Connect With Us: Facebook Twitter Instagram

HOME > Local Bands and DJs > Broseph E. Lee

Broseph E. Lee

About the Band

Category: Band
Music Genre: Country, New Country

Broseph E. Lee is a big band with even BIGGER talent!

There is no doubt that this six-piece band from the Midwest are making a name for themselves in country music. Opening shows for Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Old Dominion, A Thousand Horses, and many more, Broseph E. Lee is setting a high standard for excellence through their hard work and fierce “never slow down” attitude.

With a total of seven members in the crew (including Tour Manager - Mike Shoults), you can find these guys working hard seven days a week. They will be the first to tell you that the last two years have been all about building their touring business, perfecting their show and creating new music. As a group, Broseph E. Lee takes a huge amount of pride in being able reach new fans by traveling the nation in their band-funded sprinter van properly named “Van Morrison”! Though the open road seems to be their home, the guys love being able to call Nashville, Tennessee their second home where they are honored to be one of the very few house bands to frequent the World Famous Wildhorse Saloon.

“Every one of us has come a long way since the beginning,” explains Brock Jones, lead vocals. “I started Broseph E. Lee back in 2011, basically just as a platform for me and my buddy to write songs and play for free beer in our hometown bar. Since then, it has really grown into a bigger operation. The line-up we have now has been together for about two and a half years. We started writing and jamming as a group in college and we haven’t really stopped since." When asked about the meaning of the name Broseph E. Lee, Jones says: "We get asked about that ALOT. The truth is…Broseph is just another word for a brother or a best friend. We are all best friends on a never ending tour together, so we figure, why not just call ourselves Brosephs!”

The guys in Broseph E. Lee bring a high energy, rockin’ country party every time they take the stage. Their live show is a product of the melting pot of music that influenced them as youngsters- from country to rock to pop. Legends like The Beatles, Johnny Cash, and Garth Brooks quickly get brought up when these guys discuss developing their own original sound. With the release of their 2015 EP, Fill 'Em On Up, Broseph E. Lee's music has been well-received, landing a Music Row TOP 40 Single with "Right Where She Wants Me" (37) and a Music Row TOP 60 Single with "Fill 'Em On Up" (58).

Broseph E. Lee's loyal fan base, known as #BroNation, has continued to grow throughout their nonstop 2016 Summer tour. The group’s recent release “Night Like Tonight” is giving fans a sneak peak of what to expect later this year. "We will be recording an entire new EP during every free minute we have off in Nashville” says Jones. Expect a HUGE national release from these hustlers in 2017!

Brock Jones: Acoustic Guitar/Lead Vocals
Brooks Boyer: Electric Guitar
Sean Halbrook: Bass/Vocals
Aaron Larsen: Drums
Chris Yost: Electric Guitar/Vocals
Chace McNinch: Keys/Vocals

or call 757-460-9000

Where They Are Playing

Past Event
Weekend
Today
START DATE / TIME
VENUE
Oh Snap! We do not know of any live music events where this band is playing.

PHOTOS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
As a band, we’ve traveled together a lot. What we’ve found through traveling all across the United States is that there truly are so many differences in culture from sea to shining sea. It’s what makes us great, but it’s also what can make us easily divided. In light of what’s been on the news, as well as the hearts and minds of many of us, we wanted to explain why we went from “Broseph E. Lee” to “Broseph” 3 years ago. We went through years of people mispronouncing our name, having to repeat our name, sounding it out, spelling it out, and so on and so forth. That was never fun. We also were constantly being referred to as “Broseph” or the “Broseph boys” as people would say “Let’s go see the Broseph boys tonight!”. We liked the way the simpler version looked on pictures and banners, as well. The “E. Lee” actually came from the middle names of Brock (Edwin) and former member, Russ (Lee). After Russ had left the band to pursue other passions, we toggled back and forth on changing to the simpler name for a long time. When we moved to Nashville, we started hearing criticisms of our name having unintentional racist connotations and/or association with Robert E. Lee. Now, those of you who know us know that accusations of racism would be ridiculous (I mean, the “E. Lee” was based off of middle names!). We believe we are all created equal, without question, and so hearing these accusations surprised us a bit. Bottom line - our name was difficult to understand and it was also making people feel uneasy in a way we never expected or intended. It became a collective decision to change the name from “Broseph E. Lee” to “Broseph”. Now, you might be thinking to yourself “Here we go again, another one bites the dust to ‘cancel culture’” or “These guys are trying too hard to be ‘politically correct’”. We would argue that there’s a difference in being “PC” and just simply being culturally respectful. In Greece, West Africa, the Middle East, or parts of Russia, giving the thumbs up means “Up Yours!”. We wouldn’t just walk around those places giving the “thumbs up” because we’re “sticking to our guns” or “think it’s a bit too uptight”. We would respect their culture and adapt. Now, you might say “Well, this is America so you shouldn’t need to adapt like that”. Yes- this is America... and it’s full of so many different cultures that we are in a constant state of adaptation for respect. That’s the beauty of this great country and our diversity. When we started the band, we never thought the “E. Lee” would be offensive to anyone. Honestly, it was an example of our privilege that we were afforded the innocence in our upbringings to look past any connotations. That innocence turns to experience the more you learn, travel, and are associated with other cultures though. The realization of this brings you closer to being respectful and more aware of ALL cultures. All that being said, changing our name isn’t or wasn’t enough to make a change in the world. Now is when we have to actively speak out on racism and injustices. It’s not enough to just be passively anti-racist any more. In our presence, racism won’t be tolerated. We also understand that the word “Broseph” could be misconstrued, as well. We understand that people read it and think “bro” or “brother”. We want to make it clear that our music is for EVERYONE. To us, “Broseph” just represents our friendship and our brotherhood; one which has made us better both on stage and in real life. We hold each other accountable and it hasn’t always been easy. We’ve had difficult conversations, disagreements, yelling bouts, and even almost threw some fists in the past. But, at the end of the day, we all know each others’ intentions and love each other for them. We think everyone should have a group of friends like we have in one another. We are truly like brothers- “Broseph”. You might have read through this whole post and found yourself still disagreeing with us or our decisions in the past. That’s ok. The lyrics to our next upcoming song say “We can disagree and shake hands but in the end, we’re all All-American.” Just know that our hearts are in the right place. With love, BROSEPH
We stand with the people in our country that face opposition through racism and injustice and we are advocating for change and reform in our country and system in a peaceful way. 🙏🏻🙏🏿
Going LIVE on Facebook tonight on Degy’s page! 🔥 Starts at 6, but we’ll be on sometime between 6:20-6:30!
Degy Booking is doing something AWESOME tonight to connect college/university event coordinators with artists! 🙌🏼 Since we can’t showcase our live music to them in person, we are going LIVE on FB with all of these great performers and playing a couple songs each. The show begins at 8pm and we are performing 8th out of the 10 artists! We will share their live video this evening, so be on the lookout 👀 and tag someone who might wanna tune in!
⁣Several people have asked us how they can help out musicians/artists in this crazy weird time. Lots of people are struggling financially right now and so it’s not always feasible to be able to give monetary gifts to the artists you support, but here’s what you CAN do— Go find their artist page on Spotify (or any other streaming service) and follow them! It’s completely FREE to follow your favorite artists and stream their music while doing your “stay inside the house” stuff that you do. It helps us all more than you know because of each individual follower's influence on playlisting and streaming. So, go follow your fav artist and stream their stuff while you do your thang... cookin, cleanin, playin board games, doin yoga... Heck, hit the mute button on "Tiger King" for a bit and stream your favorite artist and watch him dance in the cages with the tigers to it! 🤔🐯 On a similar note... WE HAVE A NEW SONG COMING OUT FRIDAY! 🙌🏼 You can hit the link to presave it and have a chance at winning 1 of 2 - $250 VISA gift cards! We’ll leave it in the comment section for ya... Go get it! Anyways, signing out, THX FAM and we ❤️ you!
Load more
Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Friday June 26th, 2020

Broseph

We finally dropped “All American”! 🇺🇸 Click the link and give it a listen/save. We wrote this one with the guys from SixForty1 and Brooks Boyer/Eric Torres worked their co-producing magic on it!

ffm.to/brosephallamerican
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook 3475007062509655

Love the song! A hit for sure! When can we see the video??

Friday June 26th, 2020

All American sounds great guys! Great job! ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday June 24th, 2020

Broseph

Presave “All American” for a chance to win a signed electric guitar! 🤘🏼

ffm.to/brosephallamerican
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook 3470114056332289

All American is awesome! Great song by a great band. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Of course it's already pre saved 🥰

Love it already!! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

DONE 🙂

❤️❤️❤️

Brennan Gunville found you. 🥰

View more comments

Saturday June 20th, 2020

Broseph

Unfortunately, we have to cancel this weekend’s shows at H. Toad’s Bar & Grill. The Dave Baker Band will be taking the place of ourselves and Garrett Biggs. We’re sorry for the inconvenience to anyone who planned to see us, but this decision is necessary as Chris’ test has come back positive for COVID-19. He was feeling a bit sick for a few days, but we are happy to say he is feeling much better now. As soon as he was feeling ill, he took responsible action and has been quarantined since. Obviously, we would love to be there with you all, but everyone’s safety and health always comes first. 🙏🏼❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook 212750555402005_3457835027560192

So sorry to hear this. Hope Chris will be better soon and that none of you guys get sick. Be safe and hope to see you all soon.

Oh my. Glad your all safe and are taking the right precautions. Praying for you all!!

Oh my goodness!! I hope Chris feels better soon!! The rest of you be careful too!!

That stinks. I hope Chris makes a quick and full recovery.

So glad your feeling better Chris Yost ... hope you get even better and you all are back out there soon !!! Stay safe and enjoy your time of rest!

Get well quickly Chris. That's an order.

So sorry, glad to hear Chris Yost is feeling better! 🙏🏼💙

Chris Yost I'll pay for your speedy recovery... love you and the rest of Broseph

Hope he’s feeling much better...prayers

Sending prayers that everyone else will be ok! Hope you heal up quickly, Chris!

Chris Yost...you're in my prayers for a fast recovery. Broseph...prayers for your health as well.

Sending good vibes Chris’ way! Health is more important than any show.

Wishing Chris a speedy recovery. He is in our thoughts and prayers.

Y'alls health is obviously more important! Get well soon Yosty!

You guys are in my prayers! Sending Chris my hugs and love!

I’m doing MUCH better everybody! Thank you so much all for the well wishes 🙏🙏

Hopefully it is 1 of the mild cases and he gets better soon. Hugs to all of you.

Praying he is better soon! You all stay safe!

Prayers that Chris is feeling better soon! Thanks guys for doing the right and responsible thing!

Hope your back on your feet and feeling better soon.miss you and the band bunches..Hope you can get outside and get some sunshine. If not Vitamin D And C are good supplements to fight off this virus. Miss y’all very much😉😘

Prayers for Chris and the rest of you. Stay safe!

Prayers for Chris and all of you. That he heals quickly and no one else gets it.

Prayers for Chris for negative tests soon !!!! 👍

I sure Chris feels better soon!!

Sorry to hear about Chris. Hope he feels better soon!

View more comments

Thursday June 18th, 2020

Broseph

NEW SONG - “All American” out in 1 week! ❤️🤍💙

Wanna win this electric guitar!? Here’s how you can win:

1) Like this post
2) Tag a friend/family member in the comments and give them a compliment or tell them why you love them
3) Click the link below and presave our new song

Let’s fill the comments with LOVE! 🙌🏼

ffm.to/brosephallamerican
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook 3452605614749800

Amanda Lipton One of the best people I could have met since moving to Florida! Definetly makes my day brighter knowing that I have you to call one of my best friends ❤️❤️

Jami McCuen, your the best thing that's ever happened to me! That's why I love you!! It's be awesome to have this on my wall!

Chris Anderson, ever since I met you, you’ve always been my best friend. I love that we are the same person and share so many things in common (like my love for the Broseph boys) and being your wife makes it extra special too ❤️ 🤍💙

Will Petersen, the kids and I love you very much and are so blessed to have you in our lives 😊

Jeremy I love you so much! You brought me out of a very dark time when I didn't think I would ever find love again. You also stayed with me through everything when I almost lost my life and continue to be rock especially after losing my dad. I will forever be grateful that you are in my life! Dawson you are my little cousin but almost like a little brother that I never had. I have loved watching you grow up. But most importantly you introduced me to Broseph music! 😜 but seriously I will always love you! We need to see Broseph together now that you are finally 21! 🤘🏻

Shelbie Beaber, you are an amazing friend, aunt, mother ,sister, daughter, and wife. I am blessed you are my friend and sister by choice. Love you.

Kembra Kayly you are such a good momma to Rowan thanks for being such an awesome friend 💕💕💕

Christi Vermillion ❤️ we have been waiting for this one for a LONG time! Happy Fathers Day weekend to you!!!!

Vicky Sage thanks for being such a great friend and for introducing me to Broseph! 💜

Samantha Calef your the best little sister ever! Love all our adventures! #yellowstone #easterbars #concerts

Kathy Lutkeheus Russ Lutkeheus. Love you guys !

Joy Groseclose you are the best mom anyone could ask for love you

Patricia Finn Long because you're not afraid to be yourself just like me, plus we're going to the Ozarks next weekend to share another thing we love.....Broseph!!!!!!

Beautiful guitar

Brennan Gunville you the coolest brother in-law ever thanks for introducing me to broseph

View more comments

Tuesday June 16th, 2020

Broseph

As a band, we’ve traveled together a lot. What we’ve found through traveling all across the United States is that there truly are so many differences in culture from sea to shining sea. It’s what makes us great, but it’s also what can make us easily divided.

In light of what’s been on the news, as well as the hearts and minds of many of us, we wanted to explain why we went from “Broseph E. Lee” to “Broseph” 3 years ago. We went through years of people mispronouncing our name, having to repeat our name, sounding it out, spelling it out, and so on and so forth. That was never fun. We also were constantly being referred to as “Broseph” or the “Broseph boys” as people would say “Let’s go see the Broseph boys tonight!”. We liked the way the simpler version looked on pictures and banners, as well. The “E. Lee” actually came from the middle names of Brock (Edwin) and former member, Russ (Lee). After Russ had left the band to pursue other passions, we toggled back and forth on changing to the simpler name for a long time.

When we moved to Nashville, we started hearing criticisms of our name having unintentional racist connotations and/or association with Robert E. Lee. Now, those of you who know us know that accusations of racism would be ridiculous (I mean, the “E. Lee” was based off of middle names!). We believe we are all created equal, without question, and so hearing these accusations surprised us a bit. Bottom line - our name was difficult to understand and it was also making people feel uneasy in a way we never expected or intended. It became a collective decision to change the name from “Broseph E. Lee” to “Broseph”.

Now, you might be thinking to yourself “Here we go again, another one bites the dust to ‘cancel culture’” or “These guys are trying too hard to be ‘politically correct’”. We would argue that there’s a difference in being “PC” and just simply being culturally respectful. In Greece, West Africa, the Middle East, or parts of Russia, giving the thumbs up means “Up Yours!”. We wouldn’t just walk around those places giving the “thumbs up” because we’re “sticking to our guns” or “think it’s a bit too uptight”. We would respect their culture and adapt. Now, you might say “Well, this is America so you shouldn’t need to adapt like that”. Yes- this is America... and it’s full of so many different cultures that we are in a constant state of adaptation for respect. That’s the beauty of this great country and our diversity.

When we started the band, we never thought the “E. Lee” would be offensive to anyone. Honestly, it was an example of our privilege that we were afforded the innocence in our upbringings to look past any connotations. That innocence turns to experience the more you learn, travel, and are associated with other cultures though. The realization of this brings you closer to being respectful and more aware of ALL cultures.

All that being said, changing our name isn’t or wasn’t enough to make a change in the world. Now is when we have to actively speak out on racism and injustices. It’s not enough to just be passively anti-racist any more. In our presence, racism won’t be tolerated.

We also understand that the word “Broseph” could be misconstrued, as well. We understand that people read it and think “bro” or “brother”. We want to make it clear that our music is for EVERYONE. To us, “Broseph” just represents our friendship and our brotherhood; one which has made us better both on stage and in real life. We hold each other accountable and it hasn’t always been easy. We’ve had difficult conversations, disagreements, yelling bouts, and even almost threw some fists in the past. But, at the end of the day, we all know each others’ intentions and love each other for them. We think everyone should have a group of friends like we have in one another. We are truly like brothers- “Broseph”.

You might have read through this whole post and found yourself still disagreeing with us or our decisions in the past. That’s ok. The lyrics to our next upcoming song say “We can disagree and shake hands but in the end, we’re all All-American.” Just know that our hearts are in the right place.

With love,
BROSEPH
... See MoreSee Less

As a band, we’ve traveled together a lot. What we’ve found through traveling all across the United States is that there truly are so many differences in culture from sea to shining sea. It’s what makes us great, but it’s also what can make us easily divided. In light of what’s been on the news, as well as the hearts and minds of many of us, we wanted to explain why we went from “Broseph E. Lee” to “Broseph” 3 years ago. We went through years of people mispronouncing our name, having to repeat our name, sounding it out, spelling it out, and so on and so forth. That was never fun. We also were constantly being referred to as “Broseph” or the “Broseph boys” as people would say “Let’s go see the Broseph boys tonight!”. We liked the way the simpler version looked on pictures and banners, as well. The “E. Lee” actually came from the middle names of Brock (Edwin) and former member, Russ (Lee). After Russ had left the band to pursue other passions, we toggled back and forth on changing to the simpler name for a long time. When we moved to Nashville, we started hearing criticisms of our name having unintentional racist connotations and/or association with Robert E. Lee. Now, those of you who know us know that accusations of racism would be ridiculous (I mean, the “E. Lee” was based off of middle names!). We believe we are all created equal, without question, and so hearing these accusations surprised us a bit. Bottom line - our name was difficult to understand and it was also making people feel uneasy in a way we never expected or intended. It became a collective decision to change the name from “Broseph E. Lee” to “Broseph”. Now, you might be thinking to yourself “Here we go again, another one bites the dust to ‘cancel culture’” or “These guys are trying too hard to be ‘politically correct’”. We would argue that there’s a difference in being “PC” and just simply being culturally respectful. In Greece, West Africa, the Middle East, or parts of Russia, giving the thumbs up means “Up Yours!”. We wouldn’t just walk around those places giving the “thumbs up” because we’re “sticking to our guns” or “think it’s a bit too uptight”. We would respect their culture and adapt. Now, you might say “Well, this is America so you shouldn’t need to adapt like that”. Yes- this is America... and it’s full of so many different cultures that we are in a constant state of adaptation for respect. That’s the beauty of this great country and our diversity. When we started the band, we never thought the “E. Lee” would be offensive to anyone. Honestly, it was an example of our privilege that we were afforded the innocence in our upbringings to look past any connotations. That innocence turns to experience the more you learn, travel, and are associated with other cultures though. The realization of this brings you closer to being respectful and more aware of ALL cultures. All that being said, changing our name isn’t or wasn’t enough to make a change in the world. Now is when we have to actively speak out on racism and injustices. It’s not enough to just be passively anti-racist any more. In our presence, racism won’t be tolerated. We also understand that the word “Broseph” could be misconstrued, as well. We understand that people read it and think “bro” or “brother”. We want to make it clear that our music is for EVERYONE. To us, “Broseph” just represents our friendship and our brotherhood; one which has made us better both on stage and in real life. We hold each other accountable and it hasn’t always been easy. We’ve had difficult conversations, disagreements, yelling bouts, and even almost threw some fists in the past. But, at the end of the day, we all know each others’ intentions and love each other for them. We think everyone should have a group of friends like we have in one another. We are truly like brothers- “Broseph”. You might have read through this whole post and found yourself still disagreeing with us or our decisions in the past. That’s ok. The lyrics to our next upcoming song say “We can disagree and shake hands but in the end, we’re all All-American.” Just know that our hearts are in the right place. With love, BROSEPH

Comment on Facebook As a band, we’ve ...

Wow! Quite possibly the best thing I’ve read on here in quite awhile. Thank you for being human, being leaders and mostly proud Americans!!

wayyyy back when you were Broseph E. Lee. i’ll hold these memories forever. 🥰 although there is controversial issues , you guys were amazing then ! saw you guys a few times since and love you even without the full name. definitely not racist , you guys have some of the biggest hearts and are so welcoming. ❤️ i have so much respect for you coming out and educating all of us with your decision. not only that , but cultural respect is definitely something that should be addressed. no matter what , you guys are awesome ! sending love your way. ❤️

Well put guys!!! I know i was sad to hear the name change back then, but you gotta do what’s best for the band and your future endeavors. I will always support you guys. Now hurry up and reschedule the Indiana date lol!!!!!

Love, Love, Love this! Culturally respectful is something we all need to think about.

I'm not gonna lie, the name was always a bit of an eyebrow raiser and I never understood where it came from. Thank you for sharing this. I always wish the band the most success and looking forward to seeing you live in the future💖💖🤘🤘

For what it's worth, I was one of those who misunderstood the name and associated it with Robert E. Lee. However knowing the members of the band casually I just assumed the name had more to do with the style of music rather than any racist connotations. But thanks for the explanation and clarification. I think the change makes the statement about your values that you intend Keep up the good (great) music.

Love love love this. It made me cry. You guys are the best and true examples of how we should all love one another. Thanks for being a force for equality and peace and love. <3 <3 <3 <3 <3

So ready for some concerts and festivals! Well written blog and telling your backstory is keeping to your roots!

So well said!! Culturally respectful ! Yes!! Keep doing what you’re doing !! You guys are great!!

Anyone that knows you guys know that you aren’t anything close to racist. But I think this message is great for your audience that reaches beyond your peers. Proud of you guys and the message!

Never have I respected a message more than this one. It was so beautifully put too that it's hard not to respect it. After reading this message, it made me fall in love with you guys even more. Not just as a band, but people too ❤️❤️

Another reason why I love you guys, and have for years! This was so well spoken and really made me think. I am kind of passive/aggressive when it comes to racism myself. I am not a racist, but don't do my part to speak out. Thanks for this message! I am sharing it if you don't mind!

Did you guys write this together? Who penned this? It is very well written

I never would have made the connection either! Good for you for sticking up for your beliefs....keep make that beautiful music!

You guys are awesome no matter what you call yourselves! Looking forward to seeing you all againm

You guys are fantastic, Very proud of having guys like you from my hometown,

I’m so proud of Broseph!! I can’t wait to hear your new music... I love the message in your name — we are all friends. I think (hope) everyone feels welcome and a part of the “family” when at your concerts... That is your style...message to me... ❤️

I have your guys first CD in it with Ebby. Does this mean since the name change the CD is worth a fortune now? Lol. Seen you guys play 4 or 5 times and enjoy it everytime.

Wow. That gave me chills. I am so beyond proud of you guys!!! Thank you and keep being amazing!

The name doesn't matter as much as the music and how you treat your fans!

The Band name isn't what makes the band.. It's you all that are IN the band that makes it!! I love all your music and always will!! Keep up the awesome work all you guys!!

You guys are awesome! My daughter still has the guitar pick you gave her at the concert in Mendon, IL. She adores it 🙂

That was beautifully written from the Heart. That is just a small part of what makes you guys an your music special. Down Home an From the Heart! Forever in time someone will continue to be offended by somethin. Just keep Doin You!! ❤️Broseph

Your name was no problem with me. Just proud of you all

Keep rocking it, guys!😎

View more comments

Monday June 1st, 2020

Broseph

We stand with the people in our country that face opposition through racism and injustice and we are advocating for change and reform in our country and system in a peaceful way. 🙏🏻🙏🏿 ... See MoreSee Less

We stand with the people in our country that face opposition through racism and injustice and we are advocating for change and reform in our country and system in a peaceful way. 🙏🏻🙏🏿

Comment on Facebook We stand with the ...

Are all of your fans thinking the same thing? Rednecks!!

Behind and support this 100% gentlemen

Love this! You are the best! 💜💜💜💜💜

Monday May 25th, 2020

Broseph

Shot this one the other night with our GoPro! We are releasing it in a month and figured we’d post it for Memorial Day! 🇺🇸 This is “All-American”! ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook 3386720794671616

Love the song guys....very appropriate for what our country is going through now. Be safe and keep singing!!

Love this song guys. Great job!

Great song. You sound awesome as always! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Good song....sounds good!! Did Brooks dye his hair blue?

Sounds great guys!! 🇺🇸

Yes 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼. Keep singing them! I’ll have a whole playlist for work one day 🤣🤣🤣

Love it and you all. Happy Memorial day

Awesome as always

So good to see you guys!!!!! Love the blue hair Brooks!!!!

Love this one!!!

👏🏼🙌🏼❤️

View more comments

Friday May 22nd, 2020

Broseph

Going LIVE on Facebook tonight on Degy’s page! 🔥 Starts at 6, but we’ll be on sometime between 6:20-6:30! ... See MoreSee Less

Going LIVE on Facebook tonight on Degy’s page! 🔥 Starts at 6, but we’ll be on sometime between 6:20-6:30!

Wednesday April 22nd, 2020

Broseph

Degy Booking is doing something AWESOME tonight to connect college/university event coordinators with artists! 🙌🏼 Since we can’t showcase our live music to them in person, we are going LIVE on FB with all of these great performers and playing a couple songs each.

The show begins at 8pm and we are performing 8th out of the 10 artists! We will share their live video this evening, so be on the lookout 👀 and tag someone who might wanna tune in!
... See MoreSee Less

Degy Booking is doing something AWESOME tonight to connect college/university event coordinators with artists! 🙌🏼 Since we can’t showcase our live music to them in person, we are going LIVE on FB with all of these great performers and playing a couple songs each. The show begins at 8pm and we are performing 8th out of the 10 artists! We will share their live video this evening, so be on the lookout 👀 and tag someone who might wanna tune in!
Load more
VABEACH.COM is proud to be affiliated with GETBOOKED757.com. The areas best and only online Entertainment Booking site. If you are interested in booking a band or entertainer, please visit GETBOOKED757.com and submit your gig and start receiving offers!
Want us to book it for you?
Call 757-460-9000
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!

STAY INFORMED
Join the VABEACH.COM Monthly Newsletter

Find out what is going on in Virginia Beach! Get the latest updates on news, events, discounts/specials and many more things in Virginia Beach!