Brea Burns and the Boleros are a Classic Honky Tonk band out of Phoenix, Arizona
The group has been called 'Hank Williams and Wanda Jackson meeting Country Music's future'.
Founded by front woman and songwriter Brea Burns, this band has been on an upward spiral from the start. Brea's well crafted songs take the listener on a journey through cheating, heartaches, honky tonks, and everything in between. Their unique sound is steeped in all the best aspects of traditional Country and Rockabilly music, with a fresh approach that keeps the modern listener engaged. The band's dynamic live performance has found them sharing the stage with many roots music legends, including Dale Watson, Billy Joe Shaver, Wayne Hancock, Kim Lenz, Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite boys, Junior Brown, and Asleep at the Wheel, among others. They have also taken their live show on the road, having multiple US and European tours under their belt. The band also snagged a coveted spot in the 2018 Muddy Roots Music Festival lineup.
Originally hailing from Southern California, music was a part of Brea's life from the beginning. Her father is a 35 year veteran in the record label industry, and her mother a songwriter and musician, giving Brea a unique perspective of both the business and creative side of music. The family moved to Nashville, Tennessee when she was 14, and it was there that the rich history of Country Music began to shape the direction she would go with her own songwriting and performing.
Brea and her band just returned from a European tour, and will be hitting the road again in September for a West Coast tour. Be sure to keep an eye on the 'shows' section for national and international dates!