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The Brotherhood “Till The Wheels Fall Off”

(Artist Bio) | March 2, 2022
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The Brotherhood make their way onto the scene with “Till The Wheels Fall Off”, an ode to life as a musician. Though this track has many guest features, we owe this country/rock blend to three musical masterminds- Michael Alexander, Scott Wilson (Saving Abel) and Rick Monroe. The three, while coming from different backgrounds within the vast world of music, join forces with years of experience under their belt.

Listeners are in for a treat when they realize The Brotherhood goes beyond their integral three with this debut track and bring in a number of fellow musicians and friends to feature on the track, such as Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan), Neal Middleton (Royal Bliss), Marshal Dutton (Hinder) and more. The Brotherhood stay true to their name by integrating their own friendships into this truly collaborative musical effort.

“When we first wrote “Till the Wheels Fall Off” I never thought of it as being a duet or multi singer song, but when my co-writer Arlis Albritton (Jamey Johnson / Luke Bryan) demoed it he had Craig Wayne Boyd (The Voice) in the studio doing another song and figured let’s try it out. So, when we were looking for our first Brotherhood song, this one seemed perfect- plus, with this group of guys we have definitely lived the lyrics of this tune!” – Rick Monroe

“When The Brotherhood were pitching song ideas back and forth, “Till The Wheels Fall Off” felt like it was written for us. When asked to produce the song, I immediately had musicians in mind to make a grinding musical arrangement. We called in Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan), Brian Bonds (Florida Georgia Line), Steve Hinson, and it was a blast working long distance aside all my friends.” – Scott Wilson

“Till the Wheels Fall Off” was produced by Scott Wilson (Saving Abel).

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