A blue-collar work ethic, big dreams, and a grassroots attitude has gained the Michigan-based brother duo, The Bronk Bros., respect in the Midwest music scene. With over a decade of live performances, the act has shared the stage with more than 80 National touring country artists including Dierks Bentley, Charlie Daniels Band, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, and many more.
In 2008, the brother duo who describes their live show as a “Rockin’ Hillbilly Extravaganza,” earned a slot opening for Kenny Chesney in the national “Next Big Star Contest.” With the 2009 release of their first full album, “Here For The Good Times,” the acts hard work was rewarded by landing their original party song “Here For The Good Times on the Music Row Country Charts, the same album produced the act Midwest regional airplay with their tracks “In The Eye Of The Beerholder,” “Famous In This House,” and “Tanlines.”
The Bronk Bros are fronted by modern day honky-tonkers, Heath Bronk and Brian Bronk. Heath is known for his impressive vocal range and remarkable guitar playing ability, while Brian is known for his rocking harmonica, powerful vocals, and crowd engaging stage energy. Both brothers are actively involved in songwriting. The duo is backed by a solid experienced foundation in drummer Johnny “Dutch” Fulling, bassist Woody T. Bridges and on lead guitar T. Rex Bell.