Few singers and instrumentalists can lay claim to a family heritage in Traditional American String
Music to rival that of Gary Brewer for longevity and authenticity. His roots in the music go back
Six generations to Roan Mountain in east Tennessee. The legendary Finley J. “Pap” Brewer, Gary’s
Grandfather. Performed frequently on radio in Knoxville and as a youngster appeared on several
shows with the Carter Family, playing the music that formed the foundation of Traditional Bluegrass
Music in later years.
For 34 years now, Gary has toured, with performances in nearly all 50 States and 11 foreign countries,Yeilding 48 recordings, including such notable guest as, Bill Monroe, J.D. Crowe, Doyle Lawson. Larry Sparks, Uncle Josh Graves, Art Stamper, Dave Evans and many more…
Gary has appeared in nearly every major bluegrass publication, festival or event with encore performances at The Grand Ole’ Opry and The Lincoln Center including various Television Shows and Specials over the years.
Gary has stamped his style of music as “Brewgrass” and has carried it to audiences all over the World.
Gary is indeed proud to have his Sons and Father apart of the Show, “It is such a blessing to have my Dad and Boys out here carring on the Brewer Legacy and Tradition in Music, To step on stage, show after show with Three Generations of Brewer’s is just Awesome!”
“This Boy right here, is 100% Bluegrass!, He comes from good Stock” Bill Monroe (The Father of Bluegrass).
“Gary is a great guitar picker and has a great voice, and him and his Dad have the Best Show on The Circuit!” Jimmy Martin (The King of Bluegrass).
“Gary Brewer has a great group, works hard on his act and is a excellent Bluegrass Singer” Porter Wagoner
“Gary Brewer is a Kentuckian, born to the music. He’s a “Natural” and we are proud to know him.” “Gary comes from a long line of pickers and singers. What he knows about music he learned first hand. I would guess Gary knows more songs and tunes than most any of his business” Tom T. Hall and Dixie.