Introducing Our June Artist In Residence: Cary Brothers!


Cary Brothers is an American indie rock singer-songwriter originally from Nashville, Tennessee. After moving to Los Angeles and becoming a regular performer at the influential Hotel Cafe venue, Brothers first gained national attention with his song "Blue Eyes" on the Platinum-selling, Grammy-winning Garden State soundtrack.  

Brothers’ last two full length records premiered at #1 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart.  He has become one of the most-licensed artists in film and television with over 100 songs featured in TV shows and movies like "Grey's Anatomy," “The Vampire Diaries,” and ”Easy A" in addition to appearances on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and "The Late Late Show." 

He is the co-creator of The Hotel Cafe Tour and has toured worldwide with artists such as Imogen Heap, Sara Bareilles, and The Fray.  In the electronic dance music world, Brothers has found success with Tiësto on the club remix of his song "Ride" and an original song for Tiesto's album Kaleidoscope, and he co-wrote and sang the title tracks for the Cosmic Gate releases Wake Your Mind and Start to Feel.  

Brothers' third full length record Bruises was just released on April 2018 and features the song "Crush" that has been a staple on ALT987fm's Close To Home since it's release.  

Please tune in on Sunday, June 17 at 9p to hear Cary Brothers join Close To Home curator and host Tobi Lynn on her show. The two are long time friends, so there will be lots of laughs, real talk and an intimate insight into the making of his latest record.


And join us for the inaugural Skyline Sound & Cinema movie and music series on DTLA’s largest rooftop! In partnership with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the four-part series kicks off June 21 featuring The Greatest Showman sing-along movie party and the musical bliss of Cary Brothers. Join us for The Bloc’s panoramic views, food from local downtown eateries and adult bevies from Alamo Drafthouse. Added bonus: The Bloc is metro accessible at the 7th street Metro Center Station. 

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Below are two videos from songs featured on the new album Bruises. The first is the lead single for the awesome song called "Crush" and the second is for the song called "Cool City" that was shot in downtown LA - which is serendipitous since you can see Cary Brothers play live in DTLA on June 21 if you join us for the Skyline Sound & Cinema series! 


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