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Power and Riff style of Led Zeppelin mixed with the jimi hendrix style guitar
The Brew have played every major Rock/Blues and Rhythm and Blues festival in the UK and continue to clock up success after success everywhere they perform.
Voted ‘Best Band 2006/07’ by ‘It’s Only Rock n’ Roll' magazine and to be found regularly making the top ten for Top Artists on myspace, Currently ranked at no4 in the Classic Rock, Top Artists on Myspace in the UK 12/08/07 no 64 in the Top Artists Category for Rock Bands,
BBC Radio1 has said of them, “Already tipped for the big time this is a great chance to see a couple of musicians that have a very promising future”
BBC Radio 2, "The power of this Trio has to be seen to be believed”.
The Brew play their own self-penned material with a flavour of Hendrix, Zeppelin and Kula Shaker along with their own interpretations of some classics by the afore mentioned masters.
The Brew are a trio, consisting of guitarist Jason Barwick (18), who shows all the makings of being a fusion of the talents of Hendrix, Page and Stevie Ray Vaughan and is tipped to be one of the UK top ten guitarists. His talent has to be seen to be believed, he plays with the maturity, fluidity and clarity of those three times his age. With Jason all you need to know is that when Hendrix first appeared his entire fellow guitarists had up their playing to compete, Jason does the same with another generation.
Kurtis Smith (19), the band’s drummer, nicked-named already the ‘The Bruce Lee Of The Drum Kit’ and is a worthy successor to the thrones of Bonham and Moon and again tipped to be one of the UK’s top drummers. Not only the band’s power-house but his solo performance on Led Zeppelin’s ‘Moby Dick’, is a master class demonstration of drumming technique and is truly mesmerising!
Last but not least is Tim Smith, vocalist and bass guitarist with the band. Tim not only provides top class vocals but through his bass playing and mentoring, bonds this sensational band into a very tight unit.