About Brother Bagman
Brother Bagman is Kansas City’s current representative for original, feel-good, groove-driven soul rock.This latest full length release,”SCENIC ROUTE “, is the revelation of a band that clearly played and traveled many miles over the past several years. Hitting you in the gut is the gritty and deep down rythym section of drummer Cole Harvey and bassist Cliff Moore. The head swayin’ groove that was apparent in their first recordings has grown another grin with age and experience, loosening and tightening in just the right places. Strollin’ and struttin’ on top of the groove is the southern rock soul of Landon Leist’s smooth, growling voice.His heavy, rich electric guitar playing combines to lock the audience into a place of understanding and appreciation.Last but not least, the icing on the cake , Damon Parker on organ, keys, and vocals adds that sweet touch that only he can.The songs keep the listener close and involved and the tight vocal harmonies of Cole Harvey and Damon Parker help to fill the arrangements perfectly.
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