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Madison natives, The Beasley Brothers, plan annual Christmas concert at the Princess Theater Dec. 15

Jackson and Lawson Beasley

DECATUR – Christmas Time with The Beasley Brothers is back for a seventh consecutive year! The Nashville based country/rock duo returns to their home of North Alabama every year to put on a Christmas show like none other in town. The show is family-friendly and features Christmas classics, the Brothers’ original Christmas music, and special guests from the local music scene. They will perform this year at The Princess Theater in Decatur on Dec. 15 starting at 7:00 p.m.

The Beasley Brothers is a Americana/Rock music group originally from the Madison area, but now based in Nashville.

From the ages of 3 and 4, Jackson and Lawson Beasley spent most of their time with toy guitars singing along to anything ranging from The Beatles and Eagles, to the CMT top 20.

Showcasing their unique ability to wrap heartfelt stories in familial harmonies, catchy melodies, and tasteful guitar work, the band works tirelessly to win over fans in the southeast and beyond. Lawson and Jackson Beasley, along with their band, started carving out their place in the country/rock music scene in 2015 when they scored their first large music festival slot and opened for the iconic rock band, Kansas. They went on to sell out their first show in Huntsville later in 2015.

Since then, they have used that momentum to draw nearly 600 fans to their headlining shows, which are exclusively organized and promoted by the band themselves. Drawing from classic influences such as The Beatles and Eagles fused with the modern influences of Nashville, the group has found a sound that is signature to them. The Beasley Brothers have released three EP’s and 5 singles of their own, and are gearing up to release a new wave of music drawing from both their north Alabama soul and rock roots, as well as their country roots.

This is the seventh year for the Beasley Brothers to host their Christmas show. For more info go to www.thebeasleybrothers.com . To get tickets, go to https://ci.ovationtix.com/36147/production/1141488.

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