Brent Giddens - Taking on life with the help of some country lyrics and amazing acoustics.
Brent Giddens has always had a passion for music: instrumentally and vocally. From the age of six, Brent was singing John Denver, Kenny Rogers, to Glen Campbell. In addition to vocals, Brent has played a wide range of instruments including the guitar and harmonica. With the diversity of instrument experience, this gives Brent a wide range of styles and patterns to pull from while writing, performing, and composing songs.
Song Writing: Passion and creativity is what drives him to compose and write.
Taken from his strong Midwestern values, and life experiences, Brent has taken the good with the bad. Single father, with two daughters, he expects to be writing several songs about love, family, and a lot of emotion. Brent enjoys writing creative lyrics that have a simple cadence. Moreover, turning a negative quality or situation into a comical play on words is also a goal for Brent.
The country music listener has always accepted this notion with open arms.
Family: Two daughters. Brent grew up with a very modest life style with a blue-collar father and a mother who worked at a local business and Insurance company. The outpouring support they continue to give Brent has kept him going to pursue his musical dreams and passion.
Music Artist Influences: Garth Brooks, George Strait, Elvis Presley, Billy Joel, Randy Travis, Brad Paisley, Keith Whitley, Alabama, Eric Clapton, Eagles, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Frank Sinatra, 80’s rock.
Brent is eager to broaden his musical career into the mass market appeal and produce memorable music that embrace emotion, fun, and touches the hearts of millions of fans.
Brent is the band's front man, is a singer/songwriter from Cleveland, Oklahoma. His passion is his music and it shows in heartfelt lyrics and melodies. Brent has performed at the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival, and received numerous awards and accolades for songwriting. In addition to Brent's original songs, the band plays a wide variety of cover songs from multiple genres. Country, Southern Rock, Rockabilly, and some Blues.