“He has a most unique soaring falsetto and a wild eyes rolled in the back of his head fierce guitar style. He writes original songs, including a fantastic song about Freedom (the gas station). Jaik’s sound is somewhere between Anti-Folk and The Band and it is unlike anything I’ve heard from anyone else. His energy is fierce, his vocal range is inhuman, his beard is long.
You’ve gotta check this guy out.”- ( Independent Music Center )
Brother Oliver is a South Carolina-based musical project formed by two brothers, Andrew & Stephen Oliver. The brothers deliver high-energy performances through the lens of a folk-rock / psych-rock aesthetic—a genre they’ve officially coined as “psychedelic folk-rock.” The band’s explorative approach to music strikes a chord with any audience and has rapidly gained recognition in the Southeast and abroad.
Joe has been playing the guitar since 1993. Joe played drums with Scott in a high-school band called “Mondo Melons” before Scott moved to Lansing, MI for the next ten years. After that, he played with a couple other groups doing classic rock tunes. Joe continued to play guitar, slowly making the change from nineties rock to the sweet Chicago and Texas blues styles. Heavily influenced by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert Collins, Albert King, Johnny Lang and probably more than any other Mr. Buddy Guy, Joe decided to start an all-blues based band in late 2007. Joe enjoys tackling new, out of the box blues songs that challenge the skill of the group.