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Brother Smith is a young six piece band, native to the Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky area. Led by Brothers Wes and Aaron Smith, the group has created a unique blend mixing the heart of Country, the creativity of Funk, and the passion of Soul. 


Brother Smith’s humble beginning as two brothers with a passion for music quickly grew into a family with desire and ability to convey that same emotion through a larger sound. This organic and soulful approach breathes life into sounds of the yesteryear.


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Trippin Roots, founded by Evan Curran and Zac Day, seamlessly blends folk, rock and americana into a uniquely original sound.


During winter 2015, the band began as an acoustic duo with Evan on Vocals and guitar, and Zac on the cajon. Local bars and restaurants started to take notice and they quickly found themselves performing all around Lexington. With the growth of the sound and the shows, the band had to grow as well. Long-time friends, brothers Andy and Aaron White, would join and the entire dynamic of the band would become the sound of Trippin Roots.


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