• Interview and CD Release Party!

    Posted in Blog by Brooke Trout

    Check out this new interview with Brooke Trout for Showsotros.com! http://showsotros.com/interviews-brooke-trout Brooke’s song Compartmentalized Life from her second album Networth was previously featured on the Showsotros web series.

    Brooke’s latest live concert review for Jaway is now live in the July edition of Music Connection (page 56). Check out the reviews online here: http://musicconnection.com/magazine/current-digital.

    Special thanks to Monday Blogs and TheNeeds.com for their continued support of Brooke’s Tumblr page! You can check out Brooke’s poems and art there: http://brooketroutblog.tumblr.com/

    Brooke is an official part of The Soupy Gato Family so wants to spread the word that if you are a band that fits any of the following requirements: Liechtenstein Traditional of any country Folk Pagan Metal Meditate cool-crazy-weird (just have good sound) Make submissions to: For Mp3’s : soupygato [at] gmail [dot] com For CD’s send via snail mail to: Daniel J Harris Kesselloop 25 4813NS Breda The Netherlands

    We’re so excited for our summer show at Adams’ Pack Station in the San Gabriel mountains on August 2nd. We’re excited to be sharing the stage with our ole buddies, Americana band Grit for their Barnyard Jamboree. More details TBA. Web site: http://adamspackstation.com We also now have a save the date for our CD Release BBQ Pool Party. On August 15th from 6 to 10 p.m. we’ll be joined by Jeannie and Bill Willets for a full band and performance by Jeannie and Brill as well as a songwriter-in-the-round so bring your foods and instruments and PM Brooke on FB for more details for this house concert! Yes, you read right – Brill will be joined by a full band for this very special night of performances!

    Renowned for her memorable melodies, alluring vocals and mesmerizing guitar work, critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Jeannie Willets has been captivating audiences for more than two decades and has shared a stage with the likes of Suzanne Vega and Shawn Colvin. Songwriter Warren Pash (“Private Eyes”) says, “Jeannie plays her guitar like it’s a piano and, with all those walking bass things she does, I have to say that she’s, also, a damn good bass-player!” Fun fact: Dave was a member of the Jeannie Willets Band from 2000 – 2002, and a member of Brooke Trout and The Anchormen from 2008 – 2010. (Brill is the current collaboration between Brooke Trout and Dave Strauss, an acoustic harmonizing duo.)

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