Living the Dream
We can barely believe the Gibson Brothers are included in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's display dedicated to the current state of country music. Next time you're in Nashville we hope you'll visit the museum and look for the display featuring Leigh's 2008 D-18 Martin, Eric's Deering Tenbrooks Legacy banjo and our IBMA 2013 Entertainer of the Year Award.
"We are so thankful to everyone who played a part in what has happened in our career: bandmates, fans, record labels, radio, our agent, new management, but most of all God and family. We are excited to keep this going and to see where it all leads. Thank you for giving us the confidence to be who we are and for making us feel that we are no fluke, that we are where we belong, in the right place and time. We will take nothing for granted and try to make better music than we’ve ever made." October 2013 Journal
Gibson Brothers Sign with Rounder Records
Gibson Brothers: Strictly Business!??!!
Gibson is their name and bluegrass is their game. Music superstars Eric and Leigh Gibson grew up on a farm in Ellenburg Depot, not far from the Canadian border, where they learned the value of hard work and perseverance. They credit rural life and the love of family with helping to keep their eyes on the ball ever since. Read Gordie Little's full article in July issue.
"In today’s bluegrass world, brother duos are a dying breed, which makes the gifted, close harmony-singing Gibson Brothers—who came up in the ‘80s, not the olden days—a rarity. And a bluegrass group with two strong singer-songwriters in it is almost unheard of, which puts prolific Leigh and Eric Gibson in a class by themselves." Jewly Hight, American Songwriter
"To follow the Gibson Brothers, it's a duo thing. @ericgibsonbros and @leighboygibson. How they tweet in close harmony is a mystery!"