Elonzo is a family band that hails from South Carolina. They consist of singer/songwriter Jeremy Davis and his sister Maggie Bourdeaux, along with her husband Dan Bourdeaux and friends Stephen Narron and Dennis Contreras.
The band was named after Jeremy and Maggie’s father, Elonzo, who passed away from cancer back in 1992. These Southern natives have released A Letter to a Friend, their sophomore album. According to the band, the album was developed organically live before ever being recorded, and the idea for the album stems from the title: Davis penned songs to, for and about the people that have meant or will mean something to him. [read more]- This Coast Magazine
Culminating in the Carolinas in the summer of 2009, Brave Baby has emerged to establish a new standard for indie-rock music. As a result of the collaboration of singer/lyricist Keon Masters, guitarist Christian Chidester, and drummer/producer Ryan Zimmerman, Brave Baby’s untitled debut album takes listeners back to previously felt universal emotions through their use of powerful lyrics, catchy guitar, supportive percussion and harmonies. Citing Fleetwood Mac, Bruce Springsteen, and The Band as a few of their influences, Brave Baby’s sound is nostalgic fun, while also being musically mature.
The band originated in Charlotte, NC, but has since made way down to Charleston, SC. Since 2009, they have been searching for their identity as a band, continuing to develop and change, transforming into the cohesive musicality that is found in their songs. Masters uses his life experiences in love, heartache, family, and religion to write lyrics for the musical accompaniment provided by Chidester and Zimmerman, the latter being an established producer in his own right. Brave Baby has also commissioned Adam Eddy (percussion, keyboard) to complete their line up and help further develop their sound.
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