The Southgate House Revival - Sanctuary
Fri April 7, 2023 9:00 pm (8:00 pm DOORS)

Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays, Brother Smith

$20 adv/ $25 dos

Nicholas Jamerson is a Eastern Kentucky native wordsmith, singer and top notch song craftsman.  Jamerson’s songs are known for their attention to the natural world, warm hearted characters and the plight and triumphs of the modern day hillbilly. Mixed with word and indelible melody, Jamerson has put together a catalog that reaches across broad spectrums in both substance and style.  The frontman and one half of Kentucky legends Sundy Best, Nicholas has developed a large national following over the course of the past decade. He has already released an extensive, highly praised catalog of music under his own name and will be releasing new music on the first Friday of every month leading up to his new album release in May 2023.  He has heavy support from Whiskey Riff and has recently been added to the Indigo playlist on Spotify with his new single “Lexington.”   An extremely versatile guitar picker and singer, Nicholas is able to play in multiple configurations including solo, trio, or with his full band The Morning Jays depending on what the event calls for. 

Shared the stage with: Steve Miller, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Charlie Daniels, Clint Black, Randy Rogers Band, Chris Stapleton, Tyler Childers, Cody Canada and The Departed, Joe Diffie, Elizabeth Cook, 49 Winchester, Brother Smith, Chelsea Nolan

Nicholas Jamerson & The Morning Jays
Brother Smith

Brother Smith is a young six piece band, native to the Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky area. Led by Brothers Wes and Aaron Smith, the group has created a unique blend mixing the heart of Country, the creativity of Funk, and the passion of Soul. 

Brother Smith’s humble beginning as two brothers with a passion for music quickly grew into a family with desire and ability to convey that same emotion through a larger sound. This organic and soulful approach breathes life into sounds of the yesteryear. 

Brother Smith’s influences range from The Eagles, Boston and Steve Miller Band, to James Brown, Stevie Wonder and Kirk Franklin. Brother Smith has also had opportunities to share stages with Sundy Best, Moon Taxi and many more.