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JEFF The Brotherhood In Concert

JEFF The Brotherhood In Concert

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It got loud when NPR Music live webcast a full concert by one of the grittiest rock duos of the past decade, JEFF The Brotherhood. The band, formed in Nashville in 2001 by real-life brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall, has an outsize sound, fueled by deafening guitar noise and trashy rhythms, and is known for its feverish but often playful live performances.

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