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Brooks Hubbard Band w/Biggins

Brooks Hubbard Band return to Raleigh! 18+ ($5 surcharge on 18-20 year olds)

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Brooks Hubbard Band has been a tight knit unit since their inception in Nashville, TN in 2015. Their music consists of an exciting mix of folk/americana, pop, funk, rock, blues, and soul. While touring the country the past two years they have captured audiences with their unique sound and exhilarating balance of structure and improvisation through a focus on musicianship and love of songwriting. They released their first music as Brooks Hubbard Band late December called 'Kansas', and more recently 'It Was Us'. They will be releasing more throughout the rest of 2019, with a full album planned for 2020. You can listen to their music on all platforms where music can be heard. This Raleigh show kicks off the ‘Sorry For Partying Tour’, which lasts through the summer months and will take them to cities in Colorado, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Wyoming, Michigan, New England, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, D.C., and New Jersey. Check out their website, www.brookshubbardmusic.com, to keep up with when they will be releasing new music, when they’re playing near you, and stories of their travels.


Biggins is a raw, gritty country rock group from the mountains of North Carolina. Biggins started when cousins Daniel and Nolan Biggins decided to take a break from their solo careers and join forces. Their decision proved auspicious the moment the duo entered the studio to record their debut album, “Compass,” in the winter of 2018—now available on all major platforms.

The album garnered positive critical reception, while Biggins’ ability to meld classic country twang with all the cornerstones of a modern rock performance quickly made them a hit among talent buyers across the southeast. Touring spots with outlaw country royalty such as David Allan Coe, Blackberry Smoke, Cory Smith, Old Heavy Hands and others further launched Biggins into a new sphere of audience and reach. From local dive bars to major music festivals, Biggins continues to bend the boundaries of the genre and prove themselves a worthy match for stages of all size.