Brothers Moving: From Corner To Corner

—by , January 5, 2010

Somehow Danish “acoustic, gypsy” rockers Brothers Moving made their way to the streets of the U.S. to play their passionate and energetic music for any passersby who cared to listen. The quartet consisting of brothers Esben (lead vocals/guitar), Simon (drums/keyboards), Aske (lead guitar/vocals) Knoblauch and Nils Sorensen (bass) began performing on the street in their early teens to earn money for ice cream and candy that their parents would not buy for them. Now they have some club shows coming up, the first of which is Jan. 7 at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC at 10 p.m. where they will perform songs from their upcoming album. myspace.com/brothersmoving.

Brothers MovingFrom Corner To Cornerby Andrew Magnotta Somehow Danish “acoustic, gypsy” rockers Brothers Moving made their way to the streets of the U.S. to play their passionate and energetic music for any passersby who cared to listen. The quartet consisting of brothers Esben (lead vocals/guitar), Simon (drums/keyboards), Aske (lead guitar/vocals) Knoblauch and Nils Sorensen (bass) began performing on the street in their early teens to earn money for ice cream and candy that their parents would not buy for them. Now they have some club shows coming up, the first of which is Jan. 7 at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC at 10 p.m. where they will perform songs from their upcoming album. myspace.com/brothersmoving.


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