Brother Cane‘s long-awaited return is over, as the band will be heading out on a US tour to commemorate their 30th Anniversary. The tour will kick off on October 26th in Woodstock, GA, and continue through December 2nd in Memphis, TN.
In addition to the tour, on October 20, 2023, their 1993 self-titled debut album will be reissued on vinyl and CD. The band will include two new songs, “Blinded By the Sun” and “Are You In There Anymore,” as 7-inch singles with longtime collaborator and multi-platinum producer Marti Frederiksen. These songs fit perfectly into Brother Cane‘s vast catalog, with the band delivering vibrant, melodic music with an edgy Southern hard rock bite. Brother Cane are paving the way to recreate powerful classic rock.
The band – Damon Johnson [vocals/guitar], Glenn Maxey [bass], Jarred Pope [drums], Buck Johnson [keyboards], and Tony Higbee [guitar]– have an undeniable chemistry and are destined to please on tour. Visit HERE for tickets and more information.
Correspondent Robert Cavuoto spoke to Damon about the impetus for reforming the band, how they recaptured the energy and enthusiasm of the band’s legacy on the two new songs, his guitar approach for making music with Brother Cane, and what fans can expect to hear during their live shows. Listen to their conversation below, and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, make sure to follow Sonic Perspectives on Facebook, Flipboard and Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.