November 16, 2004 

Combining his roots style, singer/songwriter worldviews, and energetic appeal, Matt King has been performing across America with Robert Earl Keen, Burrito Deluxe and Hootie and The Blowfish, using his cross-country experiences to craft songs for his upcoming album.  With a few songs already in the can (produced by Grammy winner Ray Kennedy), Matt has also taken time to write songs for television projects, and is set to appear in an upcoming feature film.  If Steve Earle and Bob Dylan had a kid - it just might be Matt...  Hillbilly Gothic heading your way.  (Email for more on Matt King)



BME Presents: 

 Exciting musical moments here at BME!  With the culmination of successful international tours for many of our artists, it is a season of new musical endeavors.  These include new album projects by
the artists highlighted here, who look forward to sharing new music with their fans, and coordinating their music with film and television projects.

Our artists own or control their music (masters, publishing, licensing rights), so as always...

BME = Brewman Makes it Easy



Please visit our BME website where you will find information on our executives (Alan Brewer, Mason Cooper, Greg England), our complete talent roster (which can be downloaded for your files), and current news.  Coming soon will be our web licensing tool and music files.

BME Live
Our artists are always apt to be playing somewhere, possible near you...
commercial hard rock superstars
Rick Wakeman
solo and with Yes
Matt King
hitting clubs across America
Cowboy Mouth
up to 200 dates per year
The Scoldees
Northeast concerts and festivals
Chris Bennett
international jazz festivals & nightclubs
Joe Wolfe
touring with Earth Wind & Fire
Email us to find out if any of these artists are headed your way.  We'll take care of you!

Multi-Platinum hard rock band Slaughter has been selling out concerts around the world, enjoying continued success built on hits such as "Up All Night" and "Fly To The Angels."  In addition to Mark Slaughter's current composing work for sports music and jingles, the band has been busy writing for their upcoming album project.  Looking to expand on their previous success with blockbuster films and soundtracks, Slaughter will be aggressively promoting their new recordings to the Hollywood film community.   (Email for more on Slaughter)


17 year old Lindsi Weaver has crafted a new album (Produced by Robert Ellis Orrall for Infinity Cat Records) that reflects the real life of today's teens, without the corporate label sugarcoating, in a manner that conveys the honest rollercoaster of pain, joy and being a teenage girl!  In the vein of Michelle Branch and Avril Lavigne, yet unique in her maturity and vocal quality - the new release "Grounded" shows just that - a new artist grounded in life and ready for the stars.  (Email for more on Lindsi Weaver)


Somehow, in the midst of playing over 150 concerts in the past year (sharing bills with artists such as Better Than Ezra, Sister Hazel and Tonic), this New Orleans based party rock band has been readying their newest album, packed with their standard fun and energetic commercial rock.  Armed with new songs to complement their greatest hits - Cowboy Mouth will be coming to rock a standing-room-only crowd near you soon!  (Email for more on Cowboy Mouth)

BME owner and producer Alan Brewer (2nd from left above) has been in the studio co-producing (with Doug Johnson) the new Curb/Asylum Records act Cowboy Crush -- an edgy all-girl country band that adds spice and attitude to their commercial appeal. The band's lead singer Trenna Barnes is also an active songwriter, and has many songs in the BME catalogue being promoted to a variety of fellow artists.   Brewer, whose production experience includes work with such diverse artists as Pete Townshend, Ruben Blades, and Sister Sledge, is excited at the musical prowess and power of this female quintet, whose album is half-way completed and is set for completion after the new year.   (Email for more on Alan Brewer)

In the vein of Natalie Merchant, Edie Brickell and Fleetwood Mac, The Scoldees exude a Greenwich Village spirit that also has hints of heartland connections.  Personal stories set in ethereal harmonies and superb playing has brought this band's first two releases to the attention of hundreds of radio stations across America.  With uses as diverse as MTV and the Howard Stern Show, The Scoldees hit the nail on the head of today's triple-A listener, and are now in the studio working on tracks for their upcoming third album release.  (Email for more on The Scoldees)



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