Brothers Egg formed in 2015 in Wilmington, NC when brothers James and Hunter Eggleston teamed-up with Suzanna Crist to forge a vibrant, individual sound from their wide range of instruments and musical influences. Their music reflects an eclectic and driving blend of Roots Rock, Bluegrass, Country and World Music.
Who are we, and where do we go from here?” Were the questions on the minds of Kelly and Patrick Morris in late 2016. After bringing to an end a long but successful two and a half year tour, playing venues and music halls from small to large from coast to coast including festivals such as SXSW (twice), Midpoint Music Festival, Sweetwater 420 fest to name a few, and recording a live session with Daytrotter. Garnering new fans and attention from various press outlets along the way they averaged over 250 shows a year all in support of their 2014 debut release “Walking With A Different Stride.
THE PINKERTON RAID:
Singer-songwriter Jesse James DeConto grew up singing in church and with his dad & siblings. Like it is for so many people these days, Jesse’s relationship with religion is complicated. “I don’t even know what I believe from one moment to the next,” he says. “But there’s something cosmic about singing with other people. You just feel it. Beliefs divide us, politics divide us, but somehow music, even old church music, can unite us.” “Where’s the star to lead us home?” Jesse asks early on The Pinkerton Raid’s fourth full-length album, Where the Wildest Spirits Fly. And the answer, over and over again, in a repeating cycle of clear-eyed truth-telling and undeterred hope, is simply this: We sing together. Come find us on the road, and we'll sing together.