BRutherz | Black & White

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Black & White

by BRutherz

Country Music that is straight from the heart with true life lyrics.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Fallen Angel
Brutherz
3:27 $1.29
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2. Midnight Lover
Brutherz
3:02 $1.29
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3. Whisper in My Ear
Brutherz
4:00 $0.99
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4. Black & White
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3:28 $0.99
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5. Clearly in the Dark
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3:23 $1.29
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6. Teach Me How to Love
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3:28 $0.99
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7. Key to My Heart
Brutherz
3:22 $1.29
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8. Without You (Where Would I Be)
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4:26 $1.29
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9. This Ain't Santa Barbara
Brutherz
2:20 $0.99
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10. She's Got Pride
Brutherz
3:36 $1.29
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Burrel and Ross Rutherford make up the country music duo BRutherz. They currently reside in Texas near the San Antonio area, but are originally from Southwestern Kansas in the Liberal, Dodge City, Garden City area. Raised along the panhandle from Texas up to Wyoming, Burrel and Ross were raised on farms and ranches pretty much their entire life where tractors, cows and plows became a way of life.

Their music talents were inspired by their parents who had a love for country music. Even though their dad couldn’t carry a tune in a bucket he had an ear for great music and a writing talent that would carry over to the boys. Their mom had the voice of the family and sounded like a cross over between Patsy Cline and Reba McEntire. I guess when your moms third cousin turns out to be June Carter Cash, you might have a blood line that would be considered today as Country Music Royalty.

The boys really got wrapped up in music when they started high school in Liberal, Kansas and never really stopped. At the time Burrel did most of the singing while Ross played drums until they moved to Texas where they started doing demos for Tinker Villarreal who did some work for Warner Bros. They were soon developed into a duo where their next journey took them to Houston, playing several clubs in the area and quickly gained a diverse following due to their vocal sound together.

What sets BRutherz apart from other duos and makes them a bit unique is, that they broke off early during their career rather than waiting till the end, so this duo is together for the long haul. While in Houston their bond was tested as other opportunities were offered to them that caused them to split. Ross ventured off and did an album project with Ronald McCown who used to play for Mil Tillis band the Statesiders back in the 70’s, while Burrel put together another band and went on tour through most of the southern states. While both had their own success with solo careers, they never really had what they did when they were together even though they had the pleasure of sharing the stage with some of the industries greats like, Toby Keith, Lonestar, Tim McGraw, Sammy Kershaw and George Strait.

Now that they are back together, they have had time to perfect their craft. If you closed your eyes, it would be hard to tell who was singing since their vocal tones are a close match, yet each one has their own style. Both of their voices have a deep, rich feel to them, but Burrel’s vocals are pure country with a laid back style that makes you feel at home and will leave you tapping your toes with a bit of Rockabilly. Ross has a honky tonk style and can belt out the ballads and turn around and put the soul back in you. When this duo breaks into harmonies it turns into true BRutherz magic and has once again brought out the diverse fans that they have never had before. If you get a chance to catch them live, you wont be disappointed.

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