From the four corners of Seattle comes the band known as the BMB.

 

One part rock, one part alternative and born of the

singer-songwriter tradition, the BMB holds its own

with bands that bring the thunder

while never forgetting that

the song is what matters most.

 

 

 

 

 

Diversity in tempo and intensity is a hallmark

of Brian's writing, resulting in driving rock tunes,

moody grooves and lyrics that linger

long after the song ends.

From the four corners of Seattle comes the band known as the BMB.

 

One part rock, one part alternative and born of the

singer-songwriter tradition, the BMB holds its own

with bands that bring the thunder

while never forgetting that

the song is what matters most.

 

 

 

 

 

Diversity in tempo and intensity is a hallmark

of Brian's writing, resulting in driving rock tunes,

moody grooves and lyrics that linger

long after the song ends.

 

On their new EP, “Worth the Chase,” the BMB injects raw emotion and vibe in a way that feels like new territory. Asked about it, Brian had this to say:

 

“The goal wasn't to get it perfect... we wanted it to be perfectly imperfect. When we all felt good about the take, we stopped in favor of not killing the wrinkles and quirks that make a performance memorable. Albums are like time capsules or snapshots in a band's evolution.

 

"This EP represents a turning point and infusion of new creative energy thanks to Jesse and Ian. I'm excited to share it with fans and continue making more music now that we're firing on all cylinders again”

 

Take a listen on our Music page.

 

ANOTHER YEAR, ANOTHER MILESTONE

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 AT THE BENBOW ROOM

 

It's been a big year for the BMB -- from surviving a bombed-out Cadillac to releasing the band's latest CD, Worth The Chase.

 

Now it's time for a big show.

 

The Brian Marshall Band's celebrate's Brian's birthday on September 5 with special guests Mandolin Hooper & The Shadowland Rats, and James Germain.

 

The show starts at 9pm.  Tickets will be available at the venue, which is a 21-and-over room.

 

For more details, visit our News page.