Monday, April 26, 2010

Cary Brothers


About: Cary Brothers

Cary Brothers is an indie rock singer-songwriter from Los Angeles best known for his song Blue Eyes from the Grammy-winning Garden State Soundtrack. Brothers recently released his second album Under Control, which premiered at #1 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart. He has had over 60 songs featured in TV shows like Grey's Anatomy, Bones, and the recent hit teen film Easy A in addition to appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Late Late Show. He is the co-creator of The Hotel Cafe Tour and has toured worldwide with artists such as Imogen Heap, Sara Bareilles, and The Fray. In the electronic dance music world, Brothers has found success collaborating with DJ Tiesto on a club remix of his song Ride as well as original material for Tiesto's latest collection Kaleidoscope.


Management: Steve Smith / A-Squared Management /
Press: Sandee Fenton / Fresh and Clean Media /
Licensing: Secret Road Music Services /
Booking: Marty Diamond & Heather Kolker / Paradigm / click here for booking




Cary Brothers - Official Website

Cary Brothers – Soundcloud
Cary Brothers – Last FM
Cary Brothers - MySpace
Cary Brothers - Facebook
Cary Brothers - Twitter
Cary Brothers - Tumblr

Cary Brothers – YouTube - Official
Cary Brothers – YouTube - Vevo
Cary Brothers – Official Store
Cary Brothers - Itunes

Cary Brothers - eMusic
Cary Brothers – CD Baby
Cary Brothers - Amazon

Cary Brothers - Rhapsody


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