Meet Nathan, Morgan, Jordon, Nic, and Quinn – together they are Spencer’s Own.
Spencer’s Own, with their new generation approach to harmony, combined with a multi-influenced modern country sound, are one of the most exciting groups to appear on the country music scene in years. The group comprised of five brothers, deliver a rare one-of-a-kind family harmony, mixed with edgy vocals that are sure to inspire a whole new generation of music fans. The quintet began their musical journey growing up in a small farm town in Twin Falls, Idaho. Just like most small towns they were raised with the core values that family and friends are essential to life. They echoed these messages as a young band of playing anywhere from schools to festivals just for a chance to share their music. Today the band enjoy loyal fan base, challenging many of the accepted rules by crossing genre lines and stigmas. The group has quickly gained praise for their pure modern approach, steering away from trends, but most importantly cutting a pathway with their own sound.
Join Spencer’s Own on Country Music’s #CMchat for an hour long Twitterview starting at 6pPT/9pET on Monday November 16th as we celebrate the release of their self-titled EP on November 13.
You can submit questions that you might want us to feature below. This doesn’t mean you still can’t ask questions the night of the Twitterview. These are just featured by our host Jessica Northey (me) and I will give you credit like this:
Q @SpencersOwn What do you love most about Country Music? via @YOU #CMchat.
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Spencer’s Own – Livin’ In The Moment
MORE ABOUT SPENCER’S OWN
Together each member of the band brings their very own unique set of skills and style to the group. Combined with a stellar blend of multi-lead and harmony vocals mixed with the rock inspired high tenor voice of Jordon; low bass of Nic with his amazing cutting-edge beats; soulful voice and blazing infectious harmonica of Morgan; smooth warm tenor of Quinn; and the edgy pop influenced baritone lead of Nathan serves as the foundation of this next generation band. The name “Spencer’s Own” carries a special meaning to the five brothers that originates from their father Spencer who has been such an inspiration in their lives and they being his own –Spencer’s Own.
The evolution of Spencer’s Own began as the group broke ranks leaving behind the spotlight of local stardom and moved to Nashville to pursue the next chapter of their career. A brave move for five brothers who refused to be molded by popular music trends, but a necessary one for this country ensemble as they began to tap into the heart of whomthey areas artists. While performing original songs with messages of everyday life experiences, love, friendship, heartache, hope, and pain they quickly found their audience.The bands current single “Livin’ in the Moment” evolved from a few lines in a bathroom during a break off writing session between members Nate and Quinn to making it’s way on stage as a jam for fans;eventually becoming the groups first country single to radio. “We feel like that we have been writing our life story, experiences, and most important pouring our heart and soul into our songs for this new album,” says Nate. “Can’t wait to share our music with the world.”The band of brothers is set to release their debut single “ ” to radio October 2015 from the forthcoming self-titled EP release Spencer’s Own on November 13.