From performing at Game #1 of the 2019 MLB World Series in Houston to the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, The Powell Brothers are featured entertainers at the largest and most exciting events in the country. The group returns to Colorado to play the "Bands In The Backyard" music festival in Pueblo on July 9th & 10th with Brothers Osborne, Flo Rida, Carly Pearce, Fetty Wap & more! And they will be the opening act for Fort Sill's free Armed Forces Concert featuring Trace Adkins!

The Powell Brothers is a duo fronted by brothers Taylor Powell (Lead Vocals, guitar, and bass) and Blake Powell (vocals, bass, guitar).  They kicked off 2021 with a new 5 song EP Twenty, Twenty. What you will find on this EP, is lots of attitude, lots of guitar, and a blend of country and rock.

The Powell Brothers have a high energy show and that really comes to life on stage.  They are featured in some major festivals in the US, including, Bands in Backyard Music Festival in Colorado, Way out West Fest in Texas, and Sweet Pea Music Festival in Montana.

They have supported major artists like Jon Pardi, Lee Brice, Brothers Osborne, Josh Turner, Billy Currington, Cody Johnson, and finally for our Armed Forces Day Free Concert Headliner, Trace Adkins.

The brothers have interests in things outside of music as well.  Both are avid sports fans, and combine their love of music and sports by performing at major sporting events life NFL Playoffs, the NHL Draft, MLB World Series, and the National Finals Rodeo to name a few.

The 77th Army Band will take the stage first on Saturday, May 15th, followed by The Powell Brothers, then Trace Adkins will finish off the night.  The concert is free and open to the public, but there are some things that you will need to know before you go.  You can find that information here!

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