SIP HAPPENS SINGLE, MUSIC VIDEO RELEASES
The Hutcheson Brothers are proud to announce their third single, Sip Happens, is set for digital/streaming release on all platforms on June 30, 2022. The song is written by JMA and TSAI award-winning songwriter Corey Lee Barker, Justin Love, and Patrick O'Connor. A music video accompanying the single will also be released on June 30. The video was produced and directed by R. Alan Ingalls of The Attention Company.
Additionally, Sip Happens will be released to country radio on July 12.
HUTCHESON BROTHERS PERFORM WITH CONFEDERATE RAILROAD
On October 21, 2022, the Hutcheson Brothers performed at the Magic Valley Music Fest at the Birdsong Drive-In in Camden, Tenn. Following their performance, Confederate Railroad frontman Danny Shirley invited the brothers help the band perform their hit, 'Trashy Women'. Shirley also took several moments to talk to the guys and even posed for a photo with one of Confederate RR's biggest fans - Jon and Brandon's dad, Tony (picture above).
CLICK HERE to watch the performance.
HUTCHESON BROTHERS APPEAR ON GARTH BROOKS'
INSIDE STUDIO G
On April 18, 2022, the Hutcheson Brothers appeared on Inside Studio G,
the weekly Facebook Live and Sirius XM Garth Channel show, featuring country music superstar Garth Brooks. Brandon and Jon ask Brooks about his upcoming Lower Broadway bar in Nashville and play part of Brooks' debut single, 'Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)'.
The clip above garnered over 3,000 views on the Hutcheson Brothers Music Facebook page
and nearly 10,000 views on their TikTok page.
HUTCHESON BROTHERS OPEN FOR COUNTRY LEGEND,
GRAND OLE OPRY MEMBER GENE WATSON
The Hutcheson Brothers recently opened for Gene Watson, country music legend
and Grand Ole Opry member, on April 23, 2022 at The Park Theater in McMinnville, TN.
Watson’s career has spanned over 60 years and has included five #1s, twenty-one top 10s, and forty-eight charting singles. The show was presented by On Fire Concerts.
“We can’t say thank you enough for the opportunity to not only play but to open for a legend
such as Gene Watson,” said the Hutcheson Brothers. “Mr. Watson and The Farewell Party Band were fantastic. The crowd was fantastic, and we appreciate them for coming out and for their support. Also, a big thank you to On Fire Concerts for including us on this show!”
The Hutcheson Brothers’ set included many of their originals as well as their
soon-to-be-released new single. They also performed cover songs from artists such as
Conway Twitty and Ricky Skaggs. Below, watch the Hutcheson Brothers perform a short version of
Ricky Skaggs’ hit, ‘Highway 40 Blues’ from the show.
REVIEW OF 7TH ANNUAL JMA PRE-PARTY & PERFORMANCE
The Hutcheson Brothers performed as part of the entertainment lineup for the 7th Annual Josie Music Awards Pre-Party, held at the Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN on Sept. 17, 2021.
The lineup also included NEDY, Matt Boone, Kathryn Shipley, Tobi Lee, Ronnie B. Elvis, and headliner, country legend T. Graham Brown. The brothers’ set included all original music, and they were announced as a finalist in the Songwriter Achievement category for their unreleased original song, Old Levee Road.
Watch the video below of Brandon and Jon performing Chillin’.
BRANDON HUTCHESON RECIEVES 2ND NSAI 'ONE TO WATCH' HONOR
The Hutcheson Brothers are proud to announce Brandon Hutcheson has been selected as 'One to Watch' by the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) organization and National Music Publishers' Association for May 2021. The honor is given based on songwriting ability. The is Brandon's second time receiving the honor, with the first occurring in Feb. 2021.
"I'm just honored and thankful," said Brandon. "I appreciate everyone's support and appreciate everyone who has given me the opportunity to write with them."