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“Christmas Time with The Beasley Brothers” promises an enjoyable evening with a different slant on holiday music. The Beasley Brothers will perform on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. in James Clemens High School Auditorium. CONTRIBUTED

‘Christmas Time with The Beasley Brothers’ concert slated at James Clemens on Dec. 9

MADISON – “Christmas Time with The Beasley Brothers” is billed as ‘a Christmas show like nothing else in town.’ The Beasley Brothers will perform on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. in James Clemens High School Auditorium.

“We’re bringing our Christmas show back to the North Alabama area. It’s hard to believe, but this is actually our eighth year of hosting the Christmas show,” Jackson Beasley said.

The Nashville-based country/rock duo delivers a family-friendly show that features Christmas classics, original Christmas music by The Beasley Brothers and special guests from the local music scene.

The band works tirelessly to win over fans in the Southeast and beyond by showcasing their unique ability to wrap heartfelt stories in familial harmonies, catchy melodies and tasteful guitar work, Lawson and Jackson Beasley 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.

Since then, they have used that momentum to perform 200-plus shows every year. The group has found their signature sound by drawing from classic influences, such as The Beatles and Eagles but fused with the modern influences of Nashville.

Jackson and Lawson grew up in Monrovia through their high school years and graduated from Westminster Christian Academy. They lived in Madison while attending the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Lawson earned a degree in business/supply chain management. Jackson majored in physics, minored in business, for his degree.

Shortly after graduating, they moved to Nashville to pursue their music careers.

In addition to their Nashville shows, The Beasley Brothers have performed in Kentucky; Ohio, Iowa; along the Eastern Seaboard, including Boston; the Carolinas; Florida; and California. “We love being on the road because we’re always meeting new people and performing in new places,” Lawson said.

Lawson is primarily a tenor and Jackson more of a baritone. “Our ranges do vary some, and we’ve been told our voices are very different,” Jackson said. “We both sing and split the vocals pretty evenly.” Lawson fronts playing bass, while Jackson is on guitar.

“If people tell us it was a good show, that always helps, but I think we are constantly chasing the approval of ourselves and also approval of the other brother,” Jackson said.

The Beasley Brothers have released three EP’s and eight of their own singles with recent singles featured on major playlists, such as Spotify’s “Fresh Finds Country.” During 2023, they released a new wave of music by drawing from both their North Alabama soul and rock roots, along with their country vibe.

After their concert in Madison, The Beasley Brothers will return to their Nashville circuit. Their December schedule includes Luke’s 32 Bridge on Dec. 13, 20 and 27; Jason Aldean’s Kitchen & Bar, Dec. 14, 21 and 22; Tequila Cowboy, Dec. 16; and Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa, New Year’s Eve.

For the Madison show, ticket prices range from $20 to $25. Their website, thebeasleybrothers.com, has a link to tickets, or visit tickettailor.com/events/thebeasleybrothers/991070.

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