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Jeff PLankenhorn

Brewminatti 713 6th St., Prosser, United States

Jeff began playing guitar at age 10 - and he went on to keep playing, mastering traditional acoustic guitar.  But he found his true passion in the slide or steel guitar. He studied music theory and composition, and explored jazz, funk and classical music, at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. In his 20s,…

Chris Pierce

Brewminatti 713 6th St., Prosser, United States

In 2023, Chris Pierce was handpicked to be the special guest opener for the NEIL YOUNG Coastal Tour.  He recently gained  additional worldwide prominence with “We Can Always Come Back to This”. His hit song aired on 3 episodes of the #1 NBC primetime series ‘THIS IS US,' then went on to #1 on the…

The Faux Paws

Brewminatti 713 6th St., Prosser, United States

The Faux Paws have a problem. They’re a triangle band in a land of circles. Musically impossible to describe, they don’t even fit into todays often hyphenated-genre world. No fan, industry expert, nor member of the band can seem to sum up this band’s sound in any kind of marketable way. They continue to remain…

Leslie Mendelson

Brewminatti 713 6th St., Prosser, United States

Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Leslie Mendelson is supporting her most recent studio album ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…,’ as well as a solo acoustic EP ‘In The Meantime,’ that was recorded during quarantine earlier this Spring. Described by Relix Magazine as an artist with “a loyal, cross-generational audience that hugs the hippie, hipster, coffee shop and…

Luke Bulla

Brewminatti 713 6th St., Prosser, United States

Luke Bulla has been singing and playing music most of his life. Touring with and singing in his family band from age four, Luke took up the fiddle at seven. Over the course of the next few years, he won the National Fiddle Contest (in Weiser, Idaho) six times in his respective age categories. His…

Joe Pug

Brewminatti 713 6th St., Prosser, United States

A singer-songwriter known for his lyrical acumen and plaintive harmonica style, Joe Pug dropped out of college and moved to Chicago where he worked as a carpenter before breaking into the city’s music scene. Since 2008 he has released a string of critically-acclaimed albums and toured heavily in the U.S. and abroad. Paste Magazine wrote…