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Video: Brian Owens performs 'Open' and 'I Just Want To Feel Alright ' for Show Me Shows

Video: Brian Owens performs 'Open' and 'I Just Want To Feel Alright ' for Show Me Shows Jarred Gastreich
Written by Ryan Albritton
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Greetings from Ryan at Show Me Shows! You may know me as the audio guy for this fine video series, but today I come to you as a storyteller.

I first heard of Brian Owens through Jarred Gastreich after he put together a 24-minute, live video, of a recent performance at the Old Rock House in St. Louis. After just a few minutes into the video, it was clear that Brian is a class-A, genuine performer.

His brand of soul music, inspired by the Motown vintage, may feel comfortable and familiar, but his (and his band's) performance is what sets the experience apart.

It is with this background that I present to you two Show Me Shows recently filmed in NYC, on a trip to Sony Red Distributing.

Enjoy them, as they are a rare-glimpse of an off-stage Brian Owens. An intimate look into the "new voice of American soul."


Video: Jarred Gastreich for Show Me Shows

Sound: Ryan Albritton for R&R Music Labs

Writer: Ryan Albritton

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