Keeping It Country
Grounded firmly in country music, Brand 307 has found their voice in the wide spectrum that makes up the genre. The boys of Brand 307 are rooted in the rebel tradition of Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, of going against the grain and believing in their own brand of music. Rough, gritty, and genuine are words that have been used to describe the songs that Brand 307 brings to both their original material, as well as the selections from popular artists in their live show.
For over 5 years, Brand 307 has been rolling up and down the Rocky Mountain Front Range in support of their debut album, Justified, that features 10 original songs. Crowd favorites, Buckhorn Bar and Time For a Shot have been staples in the band’s live show. In addition to a lineup of originals, Brand 307 picks songs that are suited to their style and the type of live show they want people to experience.
Brand 307 has opened for numerous country and mainstream national acts, including: Uncle Kracker, Randy Rogers Band, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Aaron Lewis, the Casey Donahew Band, Granger Smith/Earl Dibbles Jr, Craig Morgan, the Josh Abbott Band, Aaron Watson and Cody Johnson.
Currently the band is working hard at getting their brand of country music heard and introduced to new people. They are finishing recording their next album of 12 original songs, which is slated for release in 2016 as well as extending their tour schedule to new places around the region.
Booking & Press
Drew Allen – Vocals/Guitar
Ken Guille – Drums
Bob Torguson – Guitar
Jason Berner – Bass
Keith Guille – Keyboards
Listen to Our Music
Brand 307’s New Album
Rebel Run, our first studio album and second album, has been a long time in the making. It started about a year and a half ago as a Kickstarter project that our fans graciously funded. Today, hot off the presses, it’s the culmination of a lot of blood, sweat, and Rumplemintz.
I May Be Lonely
Brand 307’s Debut Album
Justified, the debut album that started it all. All original… all heart. Once you listen, don’t feel bad if you end up crying in your beer, take a trip to the Buckhorn bar, and or just take a few more shots to make her… or him a little bit prettier.
Time for a Shot
Can't Get There from Here
What Folks Are Saying…
Now, a long way from their early days of playing covers, the band has gained a sense of identity in who they are and what they want to do… If Wyoming’s warm reception is any indication, Brand 307’s songs are most certainly resonating.Alex Stephenson
The opening act was an up-and-coming ‘Red Dirt Country’ band called Brand 307, and they are good. If you get the chance, go see them perform… Brand 307 saved the night at the Gryphon.Brian Trautwein