SOURCE: The Morrison Brothers Band

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September 05, 2013 23:53 ET

Morrison Brothers Band to Shake Up Lincoln Center and The Living Room

Southern Rockers to Appear With Jazz Legend Wynton Marsalis at Private Mid-town Event, and in Concert on the Lower East Side

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - September 05, 2013) - The Morrison Brothers Band brings Nashville to the Big Apple by-way-of-Washington this weekend. The band joins jazz legend Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center on Saturday for an invitation-only performance. But the public can check them out on Friday at 10:30 p.m. at the Living Room on the Lower East Side. It's their sixth show in Manhattan, but their soulful Southern rock sound remains the same.

It's a sound that has made a name for the band in their hometown, Washington, DC. Since brothers Willie and Truman Morrison joined forces with fellow brothers Matt and Kevin Nolan in 2008, they've released three full length albums, and conquered every premier venue in the capital city. In July, they returned to Washington's 9:30 Club, ranked #1 on Rolling Stone's list of "The Best Big Rooms in America," to premiere their latest album, "State of the Union." The album's first single "Little Miss Whiskey" is receiving extensive air play on DC's top country station, WMZQ 98.7 FM.

But the two sets of brothers aren't alone -- former Nashville Star contestant Alyson Gilbert holds her own on the microphone, and fills the room with sultry, Southern vocals. Adding multi-instrumentalist Dave Benson to the fold in 2012, the band's sound is captivating an ever-growing audience of fans.

Concertgoers can expect jamming guitar riffs and room filling rock and roll as The Morrison Brothers Band brings the Mason-Dixon Line a little closer to Manhattan.

  • Live photos from the "State of the Union" release party on July 11 2013 at the 9:30 Club:


The Living Room
154 Ludlow St
(on the Lower East Side, between Stanton and Rivington)


Friday night Sept. 6 at 10:30 p.m.

About The Morrison Brothers Band:

First formed in Los Angeles in 2007, brothers Willie and Truman Morrison quickly began composing the groundwork for their future success by performing regularly in the LA area. After relocating to their hometown of Washington, DC in 2008, they assembled a stellar lineup of musicians, including brothers Matt and Kevin Nolan and vocalist Alyson Gilbert. Their first album, "Midnight in Virginia", debut in 2008, and was followed in 2011 by "Shotgun Silhouette". 2013 welcomed the release of their third full length studio album, "State of the Union". Despite their youth, The Morrison Brothers Band has shared festival stages with country legends like Allison Kraus and Tim McGraw, and continues to grow in popularity. They play regularly at preeminent venues across the Mid-Atlantic and Southern US. 

About The Living Room:

The Living Room is one of NYC's finest listening rooms and has been featuring the best singer-songwriters for over a decade. Past performers include Norah Jones, KT Tunstall, Thile/Punch Brothers, The Lumineers, Sean Lennon, Beth Orton, Martha Wainright, and The Pierces. Recently the Living Room was fortunate to have Keane, Jimmy Webb, Nick Lowe, & Bono grace their stage as well. 

The Living Room is in its seventh year presenting "From The Living Room to The Loft" on SiriusXM, and has garnished greater recognition on a national & international scale. Radio station WFUV has housed their monthly On Your Radar series at the venue and continues to have live broadcasts featuring Indigo Girls, Zee Avi, Madeleine Peyroux, and others. The Living Room recently had the chance to present UK sensations Jake Bugg and Emeli Sande, as well as Two Door Cinema Club in a partnership with Last.FM. 

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Contact Information

  • Contact:

    Tazewell Jones
    (202) 417-6834