Described as “The Killer Young Talent from Arkansas” by 2x Grammy Award Winning Producer/Engineer, Ross Hogarth- Brandon White is quickly making a name for himself in the Independent Music scene. In 2009 White released his acclaimed debut EP, “Streetlight Lullabies” to rave reviews from fans, podcasts and blogs from all over the world. The EP continues to receive regular airplay from Independent stations around the United States, Europe and Australia and features some of LA’s most celebrated session musicians such as Tim Pierce (Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Meat Loaf, The Goo Goo Dolls, etc.), Dorian Crozier (Shinedown, Pink, Adam Lambert, etc.) And also features the production and engineering work of Hogarth.
In the summer of 2011, Brandon released the follow up to, "Streetlight Lullabies", "A Win For Both Sides". The album saw Brandon, joined by co-producer David Dicks and guitarist Jacob Cotner, take a stylistic turn. Over the course of 6 days, Brandon and his band crafted a fierce and powerful rock album, combining elements of witty pop songwriting with the brashness of late 80's and early 90's alternative rock. The process could easily be compared to that of Neil Young & Crazy Horse, where a band enters a studio relying only on its ability to turn up and play. Upon release the album recieved excellent marks from fans and critics with Leicester Bangs (UK) proclaiming: "Where 'Streetlight Lullabies' got his foot in the door, 'A Win For Both Sides' should see him kick it down... Custom built for the world's arenas, White's brand of white-knuckle Americana-rock falls somewhere between the blue collar melodicism of Springsteen, the dustbowl riffing of Bon Jovi and The Gaslight Anthem's unerring energy."
In 2012 Brandon began work on his second full length album. An album born from the need for distraction, "In My Younger Dreams" finds White finding a comfortable middle ground between the more tender musings of "Streetlight Lullabies" and the powerful rock of "A Win For Both Sides".
After learning of his father's cancer diagnosis, Brandon immersed himself in his work, crafting his most beautiful and thoughtful album to date. From the power and emotion felt from the lead single, "I've Had Enough" to the gorgeous, Beach Boys-esque, harmonies of "A Taste of California", to the Creedence Clearwater like boogie found on "Working Boy", the album is proving that the name Brandon White is one worth remembering.