Based out of Hollywood, Florida and of Native American descent, The Osceola Brothers conjure up the likes of the rock bands who’ve come before them such as the New York Dolls and Jimi Hendrix. Established in 2012, the trio consisting of Cameron (vocals/guitar), Tyson (bass), and Sheldon Osceola (drums) “give you the nostalgic taste of classic rock and translate it into this new age of music,” according to Mack Walker, a journalist at VoxATL.
Currently, The Osceola Brothers have been writing and working on their sophomore EP which is set to be released in late 2017 with tour dates in the works. This release will include brand new material which was written before and during their Out Of Nowhere tour in the summer of 2017, which promoted their 2016 debut EP of the same name. Also in the works are a few live performance music videos, including one of their new songs “Your Life,” a single which was released on YouTube in February of 2017.
Since their formation in 2012, their music and appeal has impacted the minds of many, which have led them to open and share the stage with many great names in music including Derek Miller, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Sarah Evans, Keith Secola, Robert Randolph, Indigenous, Jonny Lang, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. In 2014 and 2015 Cameron was invited to join the Experience Hendrix Tour and shared the stage with Billy Cox (Jimi Hendrix), Chris Layton (Stevie Ray Vaughan), Mato Nanji (Indigenous), Eric Gales, Eric Johnson and more. Following the tour, The Osceola Brothers wrote and recorded their debut EP Out Of Nowhere, co-produced by award-winning musician Derek Miller and tracked at Osceola Circle Studios.
Whoever says rock and roll is dead has clearly never experienced The Osceola Brothers first hand. Take it from Destine Manson, also from VoxATL, “The energy of the show stayed at a 10 out of 10 the whole night... The allure of the purple and blue lights, along with the fog and hair-shaking rockers on stage made for an unforgettable night. Unlike other rock bands today, there was something familiar but fresh about their sound. It was classic enough to make you feel the same way you felt listening to some of the most popular bands before the 2000s, but their style and approach was something I have never seen before.
With a new EP and tour in the works, The Osceola Brothers are ready - and they don’t look like they’re going be stopped any time soon.
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