Genres:Rock - Vintage Rock/Pop, World - Western European, Blues - Electric
The Brymers band is a late 1960’s rock group from California known for their classic hits of “Sacrifice” and “I Want To Tell You.” Within the last seven years the group has reunited, recorded, and released five CD’s: ‘Sacrifice” contains 24 tracks that were recorded during the 60’s; “Where Are They Now” contains 14 new original unheard tracks; “40 Year Brotherhood” contains 18 hard driving tracks; “Never Too Old to Rock-n-Roll contains 20 tracks; and (5) "The Love From Our Soul (released March 1, 2013) has 17 new original tracks with that great Brymers sound. Reviewers have described The Brymers as the Allman Brothers meeting The Kinks. The group is still performing at concerts and rocking the crowds with that driving 60’s flavored sound. The Brymers members are: Bill Brumley (bass and vocals); Dick Lee (drums and vocals); Jim Mellick (lead guitar, harp, and vocals); and Kenny Sinner (keyboards, sax, and vocals). All members of The Brymers write and co-write their songs. To date, the Brymers have over 140 recorded tracks in their catalog covering all musical genres and have had songs featured in movies and T.V. Such as: “JOBS,” Apart, Chillerama, The Bronx Bull, ABC’s “Once Upon a Time, and Up the River.