IS BACK!

Academy of Country Music award winners Brush Arbor are still on the scene with their fresh unplugged sound!


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After thousands of concerts as the Academy of Country Music Awards recipient Brush Arbor, Jim Rice and Brush Arbor are still keeping the legacy alive.
Lead singer/song writer, Jim Rice, Joe Rice, Mike Wilson and Mark Craig continue to bring their acoustic sound, great songs, harmonies, and stories that have kept audiences coming back for decades.

Their music, stories of laughter and message of hope continues to encourage and entertain those in need of some wholesome and positive reinforcement for the soul. They have entertained hundreds of thousands and still their personal appearances, music and Jim’s books continue to make a positive impact.

Whether the band Brush Arbor or Jim Rice doing a solo event, you can see them appearing at churches, banquets, fund raisers, schools , family gatherings, as well as corporate and charity events. Please contact us if you have interest in having them do an event. You’ll be glad you did.

Members of the band

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Jim Rice

Lead Singer

Jim Rice is lead singer and primary songwriter, who continues to turn out great songs year after year. He also plays guitar, five string banjo, dobro, pedal steel, and harmonica.

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Mike Wilson

Acoustic Guitar

Mike Wilson, who years ago played keyboards for the band and sang baritone, is now playing acoustic guitar and still singing great harmonies.

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Mark Craig

Bass Guitar

Mark Craig who has been the band’s recording producer for decades is now playing bass, and adding some bass vocal parts on the four-part harmony.

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Joe Rice

Mandolin

Joe Rice, Jim‘s brother is back in the band still singing great tenor harmonies and adding his flavors to everything with his mandolin.

Just Released

more-banjo-please

Many times after a concert when people come to meet us and buy our CDs, they ask which one has the most banjo and Bluegrass? So this time, I decided to play banjo on every song and record songs that people seem to like the most in a concert setting.

Some music just makes you happy. Ever tried to stay depressed while listening to mariachi music? Can’t do it. It’s upbeat and happy like banjo music, bluegrass toe tappers. My fellow pickers and singers on this recording are authentic and have raw talent so that the recording is down home grits and gravy, comfort music. Hope you enjoy it and play it every time you need a pick up to get you through the flat lines in your life.

So here ya go…’More Banjo, Please’ is just that. Fun, upbeat, and happy songs. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did recording it!

Jim Rice

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