The Abrams Brothers Northern Redemption Continues
Submitted by Cashbox Canada
With the release of their latest album Northern Redemption, this talented trio marked a transition to their own distinct sound combining roots with contemporary elements of
country and rock.
The new single, ‘Northern Redemption’ has been remixed for radio by award nominated Jason Barry.
The Abrams Brothers are fourth-generation musicians with musical roots reaching back to their great-grandparents. And despite their age, veteran is certainly not a word out of reach given their credits. They’ve been touring together for almost a decade – and in the past few years, have become Canadian festival favorites. In 2005, the Ontario-based group became the youngest Canadians to appear on Nashville’s iconic Grand Ole Opry. They’ve toured Europe, and several times have performed for the Jacob’s Ladder Folk Festival in Israel. In 2006, the band received the Daniel Pearl Memorial violin, given to especially gifted young musicians.
“Northern Redemption” is an album of love gained and lost and one about getting out and moving on. Yes, The Abrams Brothers have grown up and truly shine as young men on this one – young men with a taste of life whose insecurities fall second to a passion to make their own destiny.
In September, CCMA members will get to experience The Abrams Brothers as they have been chosen to perform at this year’s CCMA New Artist Showcase in Saskatoon. The New Artist Showcase recognizes the best of Canada’s emerging country talent, and this ‘band of brothers’ deserves to be there to show Canada what they got!