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by Bryan Russo and the Tragic Figures

An Award-winning journalist fronts this modern blues quartet. Massive vocals, stompin' blues grooves, and thought provoking lyrics that bite. Think Tom Waits meets Jack White.
Genre: Blues: Dirty Blues
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Bryan Russo is an acclaimed songwriter composer, and an award-winning
journalist, whose big bluesy voice wallops audiences with soulful lyrics that bite.

He’s an old soul with a sound to match and he writes like he overheard Tom Waits and Randy Newman talking about life in a diner. His prose will make you think and the tunes will make you shake it.

He and the Tragic Figures (Brett Conaway, John Sybert, and Mike Noyes) call Ocean City, Maryland home and have shared the stage with such acts as: John Mayall, The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, G Love and Special Sauce, Donavon Frankenreiter, Rusted Root, Shooter Jennings, Lukas Nelson and POTR, J Roddy Walston and the Business, Corb Lund, Low Cut Connie and many others

“that was bloody brilliant”–blues legend John Mayall (after BR opened for him 2013)

“You guys’ sound is somewhere between Tom Waits and Jack White…I don’t know what to call it, but it totally rocks.—”Actor Luke Wilson (to BR) after a show with Shooter Jennings



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