Brandon Jenkins

Brandon Jenkins
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Power, sincerity and conviction are hallmarks of Brandon Jenkins the songwriter and Brandon Jenkins the singer.  He has made a name for himself as a songwriter able to tackle all slices of life with equal vigor.  As a vocalist, Jenkins possesses a country twang that crushes the metaphorical crutch of not judging a book by its cover that many folks would use to describe his appearance. It is unwise to simply dismiss Brandon Jenkins as a tattooed guitar wielding giant, although that is certainly part of his personality.  To truly understand Brandon Jenkins you must realize that he is a thoughtful and soul baring artist sharing his craft with audiences nightly and on each of his records. 


Brandon Jenkins has been breaking musical ground and stereotypes since the mid 1990’s and continues to get better with each passing year.  In addition to his success as a solo artist, he is well known for his writing and co-writing of hit songs for other artists, most notably:  Stoney LaRue, Bleu Edmondson and Cross Canadian Ragweed.  Jenkins’ talents in all areas of music have allowed him to reach legendary status among Red Dirt aficionados, all while still being in the prime of his career. 


His live shows, whether acoustic or featuring his rocking electric trio, are a spellbinding display of music mixing force and subtlety.  The diverse nature of his song catalog and the versatile dynamics of his musicianship allow him to conquer any audience he is in front of.  


With a new album set for release in April 2011, Jenkins is poised to further cement his place as one of the foundations of the entire Red Dirt music scene and the larger Americana scene.  Paired with a determined and ambitious tour schedule in support of the new album, audiences will continue to witness Brandon Jenkins break models and shed labels in his quest for musical dominance.  

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06/17/2010 - Music Highlights Weekend Festival - Read More
10/23/2009 - CD Review: Brandon Jenkins "Brothers of the Dirt” - Read More
09/23/2009 - Brandon Jenkins at home with 'Brothers of the Dirt' - Read More
09/21/2009 - Hundreds flock to Flint Hills for music, parties, friends - Read More
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Brandon Jenkins  04/17/2007            
ms tx
Can't wait to see Brandon Thurs.4/19/07 in Wichita falls.
Brandon Jenkins  02/17/2007            
I cant wait to see him in bryan texas at grahams nght club
Brandon Jenkins  02/10/2007            
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Brandon Jenkins is the s##t come back to the Horseman dud!
Brandon Jenkins  12/18/2006            
Matt Clark
I had the opportunity to see Brandon perform live in OKC from the stage of a smokey little bar. It was him and his guitar alone, his tone and the lyrics were just incredible. I'm a big fan. His sound is deep and haunting. A great addition for any Texas Country music listener out there.
Brandon Jenkins  12/13/2006            
Brandon is one of the best on the scene right now. Just give him time and he will be as big as the rest of them. We do not go to your office and tell you to do your job differently, let him do it the way he wants. Check out Keith Urban for non personal music.
Brandon Jenkins  12/13/2006            
Sarge your an idiot. It's not the F bomb, its the fact that Jenkins is a hypocrite. I heard him say its about redemption too. It's obviously not. Stupid word for such a good song.
Brandon Jenkins  12/13/2006            
Not only does Brandon cuss, he rolls joints on the Bible! He's definitely gonna burn in Hell for eternity, with not hope for redemption, but only because God loves him. LOL
Brandon Jenkins  12/10/2006            
And your right... I do like the F word. In fact a F***ING LOVE IT. But I'm not going to listen to an Eminem CD to hear it...I'm gonna listen to Finger on the Trigger.
Brandon Jenkins  12/10/2006            
Like I said, if you can't get over the profanity your gonna go through life a lot more pissed off than the rest of us, which you obviously are. And changing one's own lyrics just to keep you pissed off people happy isn't what this style of music is about. And from a religious stand point, nearly every artist involved in the current red-dirt/Texas-country movement are very religious. And nearly every one of them drink, smoke, and cuss. Don't let a word blind you from the message.
Brandon Jenkins  12/08/2006            
Red Dirt
Don't give me that b.s. about writing from "raw emotions". That doesn't mean you have to use such strong profanity. If your truly creative you can get around it. That's why I think Jenkins should use better words because he is SO creative and talented he shouldn't stoop to that level. Especially when he said on "The Front Porch Show" it was about getting right with God. Don't be a Hypocrite. And by the way Sarge, if you knew me you would know I would never buy any Keith Urban crap. But if you you like the F word in songs so much why don't you buy an Eminem CD. Or you can go to New York and listen to your Yankee lyrics there. Ohh and offended isn't spelled with an A.
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