Local independent talent, The Sara Brown Band, is based out of Kettle Falls, WA. They are a rhythm and blues band that plays throughout the pacific northwest. Sara also performs solo and with her husband Jesse as a duo called “Rusty and Ginger.”
Sara Brown, a small-town indie artist from Stevens County, packs each track with her signature power-house vocal style, but also displays subtle nuances as the unique mood of each song demands. The new album features screamin’ guitar solos by Dave Keeley, infectious grooves by drummer and bassist, Brendan Cesaratto, and Jesse Brown, and colorful interjections by trombonist/keyboardist, Brent Purvis.
As the festival and concert season draws near, the band is excited to welcome versatile guitarist, Mellad Abeid into their sound. Mellad has played everything from traditional Irish music, to jazz, country, and rock. When it comes time to rip on a hardcore blues, Mellad can really bring the house down. Brendan Cesaratto has a vast experience as a drummer and percussionist and has even served our Country while entertaining the troops in the Mid-East as a former member of the Air National Guard Band. Classically trained as a trombonist in college, Brent Purvis picked up the keys and transformed his musical passion into blues and jazz. Brent seamlessly switches between the two instruments giving the band a unique timbre. Elegantly dressed and always flashing her amazing shoes, Sara’s stage presence is engaging and her genuine love and care for her fans is always on display.
The FarmJam lineup includes pop, rock, reggae, Americana, and country with more rock and roll announcements on the way.
With more music to announce, the current lineup has Chase Rice headlining FarmJam and the festival will host The Wild Feathers, Hayes Carll, Red Dirt Rangers, John Fullbright, Blackfoot Gypsies, Lauren Jenkins, Hailey Whitters, Micky & The Motorcars, Casey Ryan, Emily Ann Roberts, Devon Wade, Whitney Rose, Will Porter, Bryant Lamar, The Stylees, The Last Chance Band, Dodgy Mountain Men, and international talent, Blake Noble. Bands can apply on the website for consideration in future lineup announcements, promotions, and advertising.
Tickets are available at www.FarmJamFestival.com.