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Giving Back to WNKU Touted as a local music icon, David Rhodes Brown has used his extensive talents to write, arrange and record his music; lead, book and perform with his bands and arrange showcases and benefits for other groups and artists. The release of his new CD project has even given birth to a NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL in the Cincinnati scene! Read the Full Story
Browngrass Festival 2011 The decision to move this year's festival outdoors was made to allow for a larger attendance as well as more bands and vendors in a family friendly atmosphere. This will be the first music festival in Rabbit Hash to utilize the permanent bandstand on the banks of the Ohio River. Read the Full Story
An Extravaganza of American Roots Music Ready for some good, old-fashioned, foot-stomping fun? Cincinnati's most talented musicians in American roots music perform an extravaganza of your favorites -  western swing, country, folk, bluegrass, blues, hillbilly jazz, and honky-tonk music - all in one unforgettable show! Read the Full Story
The Man Behind the Music David Rhodes Brown started singing in public as a choir boy. He joined his first band in 1964 and has been writing, playing and singing ever since. But who is David Rhodes Brown and what has made him who he is today? Read the Full Story

Past Bands

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The Weejuns
1964
High School Soc-Hop Band
DRB- Lead Vocalist
Jim Miller - guitar
Mike Flugeman - drums

Woebegone
1971
Victor Harrison - guitar, banjo, vocals, songwriting
DRB - guitar, vocals, songwriting
broke all attendance records at Leo's Coffee House for season
old cassette recordings still cropping up and being turned into digital format

40 Fingers
1973
Bohemian Folk
originals only,
DRB – guitarist, vocals
Mark Rasmussen - auto harp
Tom Schneider - flute
Victor Harrison - guitar
played Leo's Coffee House
very popular with folk crowd, breaking attendance numbers

The Attitude
1978
punk rock, originals and punked up 60's chick songs
DRB- guitar vocals keyboards
Janice Tubis (aka Crispy Meringue) – vocals
(The Very) Curt Gary (from WEBN- drums
Mark Hoffman - bass guitar extraordinare
voted Worst New Band in Cinci by Cincy Magazine, generating huge crowds at all venues

The Wet Spots
1979
new wave/punk
all originals
DRB-guitar vocals keyboards
Janis Tubis - vocals
Punky McDonald - drums
Mark Hoffman - bass
opened up for Iggy Pop at Bogarts

Warsaw Falcons
1982 originals and covers of rockabilly, texas R & B, traditional country
played 4 nights a week to sold out crowds throughout the 80's
Dollar Bill's, Bogarts, Sudsy Malone's, The Balcony, coco's, top cats
DRB- guitar v ocals
Donna Moxness (Moxie) – vocals, keyboard
Kevin Ross - drums
Tom Schneider - saxophone
Mark Hoffman - bass
played primarily at chapter 13 in Mt adams
In 1983
Replaced drummer with Doug Wagner
Keyboard and vocals with Steve Green
recorded first 45rpm in 1983 (a. Skinny Ankle Bone, b. I Fall Apart)
David left for Texas, returning in 1985 to reform the Warsaw Falcons as:
DRB – Guitar and Vocals
Doug Wagner – drums
John Schmidt-Bass
The 3 piece version of the Warsaw Falcons was the longest running version.

Went to Nashville in 1990 with Lonnie Mac's rhythm section (Maxwell Schauff - drums, Mike Freeman on bass) and Michael (Supe) Granda of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils for Supe DuJour, delighting Nashville audiences with their “anti-Garth” approach to country music.

Back to Cincy in 1995 - playing regional shows as Warsaw Falcons w/ sax player for Rolling Stones, Bobby Keys

1995 Warsaw Falcons released “Right It on the Rock Wall” with:
DRB - guitar and vocals
Jim Casto - drums
John Schmidt - bass
George Cunningham - guitar
produced at Ultra Suede Studio w/John Curly

Soul Pocket Band
1997 – Genre: 70's soul review
DRB – guitar, steel, keyboards
(Sneaky) Pete Curliss – founder, vocals, harp
Harvey Freedman - guitar
Mark Leshner - drums
Mark Bowlin - trombone
David Buzz Trailor - trumpet
Scoot Jacobs - saxophone
Camille - vocals
Angie Pepper vocals

Big Bill Pickle and the Legendary Jerkin Gherkins
1999 - jump blues/swing originals and standards from the era
voted Best Cinci Swing Band (Cammie Award)
DRB – guitar, vocals
Mark Leshner - drums
Peter Baher - upright bass
Sadie Faircloth - piano
Scoot Jacob - Saxophone
David Trailer - Trumpet
Mark Bowlin - Trombone
Joined by Bobby Keys on “Size Doesn't Matter” released in 1999

Warsaw Falcons, 2001
DRB – vocals, guitar
Mark Leshner - drums
Peter Baher - bass
Boss Hogg - tenor sax
Ricky Howell - harmonica
tabling a deal with Boardwalk Records (a Virgin Record imprint), but towers went down and co. went out of business

Stardevils (joined in 2003)
original rockabilly
Lance Kaufman – guitar, vocals
Steve Buckels – upright bass
DRB - guitar and lap steel
Greg Schramm drums

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