Broseph E Lee
- Date: 3/30/2017
- Time: 9:00 PM
There is no doubt that this six-piece band from the Midwest are making a name for themselves in country music. Opening shows for Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Old Dominion, A Thousand Horses, and many more, Broseph E. Lee is setting a high standard for excellence through their hard work and fierce “never slow down” attitude.
With a total of seven members in the crew (including Tour Manager – Mike Shoults), you can find these guys working hard seven days a week. They will be the first to tell you that the last two years have been all about building their touring business, perfecting their show and creating new music. As a group, Broseph E. Lee takes a huge amount of pride in being able to reach new fans by traveling the nation in their band-funded sprinter van properly named “Van Morrison”! Though the open road seems to be their home, the guys love being able to call Nashville, Tennessee their second home where they are honored to be one of the very few house bands to frequently play the World Famous Wildhorse Saloon.
“Every one of us has come a long way since the beginning,” explains Brock Jones, lead vocals. “I started Broseph E. Lee back in 2011, basically just as a platform for me and my buddy to write songs and play for free beer in our hometown bar. Since then, it has really grown into a bigger operation. The line-up we have now has been together for about two and a half years. We started writing and jamming as a group in college and we haven’t really stopped since.” When asked about the meaning of the name Broseph E. Lee, Jones says: “We get asked about that ALOT. The truth is…Broseph is just another word for a brother or a best friend. We are all best friends on a never ending tour together, so we figure, why not just call ourselves Brosephs!”
The guys in Broseph E. Lee bring a high energy, rockin’ country party every time they take the stage. Their live show is a product of the melting pot of music that influenced them as youngsters- from country to rock to pop. Legends like The Beatles, Johnny Cash, and Garth Brooks quickly get brought up when these guys discuss developing their own original sound.