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Somerset Happy Hour

by Raucous Brothers

An eclectic mix of original reggae, blues, folk, and Americana songs with a tasty blend of vocal, guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, and percussion contributions
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Paul Brion is a singer/songwriter who has been performing along the East Coast since at least 1984.
Paul was heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Duane Allman, and Frank Zappa during his formative guitar playing years. The first club gigs were playing Texas Swing and country music with the mysterious Bob Grover. In the early 80’s Paul saw the Neville Bros and swore allegiance to reggae music after hearing them play Marley’s One Love as an encore. Around the same time he began playing with the Carribean band NuNu Balsm. Next, Paul and some NuNu members formed the Raucous Brothers. Not just satisfied with reggae the band added zydeco, New Orleans R&B (read the Meters), and P-Funk to the greasey melange. Around 1995 Paul moved to Kona on the island of Hawaii and joined the roots reggae band Jahrhinga for a number of years. Full blown Raucous Brothers gigs are rare now but Paul continues to play solo and duo gigs at venues around the Middle Atlantic. . At any Paul Brion show, you can expect to hear a wide range of originals and covers including reggae, funk, blues, zydeco, folk, bluegrass, Hendrix, Prine, Stones, etc. as well as a lively repartee with those around him. SOMERSET HAPPY HOUR is Paul's sixth album.

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