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“Brandon Giles is the best artist from Alabama, known for his exceptional skills as a blues pianist.”

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Get ready to meet the electrifying pianist, Brandon Giles, who is taking the music world by storm! From a self-taught musician to Nashville’s outlaw honky-tonk club sensation, Giles has developed his unique sound by blending rock ‘n’ roll classics like Elvis, Rolling Stones, The Doors, Hank Williams Jr., and Jerry Lee Lewis, with a newer, hard-rocking beat. His live shows are an absolute treat, infused with a mix of hard-rocking honky-tonk classics, electrifying blues, and boogie-woogie standards that will leave you wanting more.

Get ready to be blown away by Brandon Giles and his music!

Brandon Giles Biography:
Brandon Giles was a self-taught pianist who was born and raised on a farm in Magnolia, Arkansas. He worked as a child in the fields of his uncle’s watermelon and pea patches, but he quickly realized that his real passion was playing music.

After high school, Brandon left for Jonesboro, Arkansas to study Communications and Art at Arkansas State University. During his time there, he spent his weekends visiting the clubs and honky-tonks in nearby Memphis, where he would frequently play piano at Earnestene & Hazel’s Club.

After graduating from ASU, Brandon moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his musical career. He quickly landed a regular gig at Laylas Bluegrass Inn, where he honed his craft and developed his unique sound by combining the influences of rock ‘n’ roll artists such as Elvis, Rolling Stones, The Doors, Hank Williams, Jr., and Jerry Lee Lewis with a newer, hard-rocking beat.

During his time in Nashville, Brandon also honed his songwriting skills and collaborated with notable musicians like Grammy-winning producer Tom Hambridge and Tre Twitty, grandson of the legendary Conway Twitty. Brandon wrote tracks for all of his albums, including “Some Sunny Day,” “Honky Tonk Hellraiser,” “Hell On Heels,” and “Devil On Both Shoulders.”

In the fall of 2020, Brandon relocated to Orange Beach, Alabama, where he continued to perform at various venues in the greater Pensacola and Orange Beach areas. He also toured the nation with his 5-piece band “The Stop Drop & Roll Band,” featuring legendary New York saxophonist Lars Espensen and world-renowned rockabilly stand-up bass player “Doghouse” Dave Caluger.

Over the years, Brandon has played with many notable musicians on various projects, including Les Paul, Mickey Gilley, Kid Rock, and Ray Charles. He has also opened shows in arenas for Trent Tomlinson, Juice Newton, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Joe Diffie, Lee Brice, and Lee Greenwood.

Brandon’s live shows are infused with a mix of hard-rocking honky-tonk classics, electrifying blues, and boogie-woogie standards, which always leave the audience wanting more. He is truly “hell come to town” on piano, and his music is a testament to his passion and dedication to the art form.

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