Jesse Brewster

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Travel: Internationally 

Band Composition: Solo acoustic, can bring in additional artists and instruments upon request 

about jesse brewster

Music was always a part of Jesse Brewster's life. The records Jesse’s mom played were formative: The Eagles, Willie Nelson, Bob Marley, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt, The Beatles and The Stones. His formation continued with Guns N’ Roses and the hubris of the Beastie Boys, as his rural and classic rock roots blended urban/contemporary styles and began to stew into something new.

Along the way, Jesse became an accomplished guitarist, spending a number of years supporting the work of other artists. All the while he was quietly fomenting a prodigious songwriting talent. The catalyst to move center stage was an effort to raise awareness and funds for the Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Foundation. These experiences fueled the inspiration behind Jesse’s debut album, Confessional, which featured “One Reason”. Jesse continues to organize events and perform on behalf of the foundation while maintaining a busy touring schedule on the left coast. In addition, he’s become a local staple on San Francisco’s storied KFOG radio station. His song “My Great Escape” has been in regular rotation on the station, and was featured on KFOG’s Local Scene, Vol. 6 album, which benefitted school music programs. “My Great Escape” also had the distinction of being used by CNN in their coverage of the 2012 U.S. Presidential campaign.
His last album, March of Tracks, features elements of folk, country, classic and southern rock, soul and even the occasional hint of Latin rhythms. Brewster turns up the heat on a simmering talent and has finally found his breakout moment. Whether you’re in the mood for singer/songwriter pastiche (“Accomplice”, “Chesapeake”), gritty rockers (“Can’t Keep a Good Man Down”, “Make or Break”), or ballads (“Left to Lose”, “Rest of My Life”), March Of Tracks has it all.