Gary Brown (Guitar/Vocals) is a DC area native (Palmer Park) with 30+ years playing experience. After picking up his first guitar (an old Guild acoustic) at age 14, the 45 year old Brown quickly progressed to electric and after stints with various local bands, most notably The Spoilers, and sitting in around DC area clubs he decided to take the plunge and form his own group in 1992.
Bushmaster - Revolution Rhapsody aka: Uprising Music (2012)
Drawing on several current political and social topics in the news recently, Brown's songwriting on this disc evokes both hope and angst. Garnering reviews, interviews, and radio airplay from around the world including Croatia, Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Australia, The UK, Canada, as well as in the States, Revolution Rhapsody provides a musical outlet for such causes as the Occupy movement, civil rights, environmental awareness, immigration controversies, and overall equality and fairness issues. Read the reviews (http://bushmasterblues.myshopify.com/pages/revolution-rhapsody-reviews), and listen to a few of the tunes to determine which songs mirror your causes, then share your favorites with your friends to get a conversation started.
Bushmaster - Drowning on Dry LandWritten, Produced, and Performed by Gary D. Brown of the band Bushmaster: featuring Jay Turner and Anthony Setola on Bass; Greg Phillips, El Toro Gamble, and Nick Bertling on drums/percussion; and Henry "Rusty" Morton, Lori Rudolph, Allie and Megan Bannigan, Trudi Brown, Max Muller, and Charlene Brown on guest/backup vocals