Frederico Brothers

Frederico Brothers

The Frederico Brothers, a legendary Montana favorite, creates a unique blend of songs rooted in country, folk, and pop music with obvious rock influences. The band’s members include Bruce Carlson on rhythm guitar and vocals, Paul Kelley on bass guitar and vocals, Peter Walther on lead guitar and vocals, and Roger Moquin on drums and vocals. It features original songs and quirky covers from acts as diverse as Van Morrisson, Hank Williams, Jason Isbell, The Stones, and The Decemberists. To these songs, the band brings unique arrangements with big beautiful vocal harmonies. They have released two CDs, RAILS (2005) and FIRE CREEK (2010). The FREDERICO BROTHERS have been performing since 1988 and have opened for Bonnie Raitt, Nanci Griffith, Robert Earl Keen, and Charlie Musselwhite.

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