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Lexington Gets 3rd Music Radio Show with "The Other Brother's Rock & Talk Showcase"

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by Erik Rust Variety is arguably the spice of life, even regarding music radio shows on our local airwaves. Soon to join two established programs originating from Lexington: The Other Brother's Rock and Talk Radio Show, its producers and hosts hoping to add another entry of homegrown music-based radio programming to the national and international pipeline.

The idea is to produce a two-hour, live show featuring original talent including one local act and one national act per show.
The Other Brothers, a local staple of the city's music scene themselves, know firsthand the necessity and need of promoting one's sonic craft and enlisting new fans. Performing for a shade over five years now as a regular in the local music scene, they have diligently spread their rocking Gospel of roots, blues and Americana laced rock to the public.
Founded by brothers Gabe and Nate Grossman and friend Kyle Keith, they deliver their barroom southern style in the tradition of influences such as The…

The Other Brothers - 2/27/2010 - a set on Flickr

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via flickr.com The Other Brothers Live at The Green Lantern in Lexington, KY Posted via web from TurnerBurns ~ Posterous

Photos | The Other Brothers | Live | 8/29/09

Heart Hand Cuffs - Record Release Party

Live at The Fishtank - Lexington, KY
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The Other Brothers - Live at The Kentucky Theater

The Other Brothers - Live at the KY Theater

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The Other Brothers took the stage at The Kentucky Theater in Lexington, KY Thursday night 8/28/09, kicking off the 1st of this weekend's two shows promoting the release of their new album Heart Handcuffs. The 2nd of which is taking place tonight, Sat. 8/29, at The Fishtank.

As the band had previously announced, the formats of this weekend's shows would be as distinctly different as the two venues at which each would be held. Friday's show at The Kentucky Theater certainly adhered to that statement. Billed as a "live audience audio & video recording", the band performed a straight run through of the new album, with only a few extra songs thrown into the set, that clocked in at just a little over an hour. At the right price of free, there were certainly no complaints by any of the 100 or so in attendance. Not to mention, there was also the added bonus of seeing the first public performance of two songs on the record; "Last Chance Air" & "Cr…