Singer/songwriter brothers James and John Beasley have been performing in the Midwest under the moniker, Elliot Road, since 2003. Widely known for their infectious harmonies and dynamic stage presence, the Beasley brothers have won over crowds everywhere they have performed.
The duo, comprised of close-harmony vocals, guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonica, write progressive songs rooted in old time country about everyday life and the pursuit of happiness.
Elliot Road has been featured on radio/tv programs in their hometown of Wichita, KS including KMUW’s Strange Currency (NPR) and KTPS’s Wichita Sessions (PBS) and have performed in many venues and towns throughout the Midwest including multiple performances at the historic Wichita Orpheum Theatre and Bartlett Arboretum.
In 2010, the Beasley brothers released their debut album, "The Dust Covered Man", a collection of heartfelt songs that span the duo's music career thus far. Elliot Road has continued to grow their fan base with each live performance and plans to continue sharing their passion for music with audiences far and wide. In early 2011, KMUW's Strange Currency (NPR) named "The Dust Covered Man" one of the top regional and national releases of 2010.
The Beasley brothers released their second album, "Where The Woodbine Twineth", in November 2014, which includes a song sung by their father, Jimmy Dale Beasley, who instilled a passion for music in them at an early age.