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Way Out West's tribute to Nokie Edwards and The Ventures

Wipeout (Mesa Art Center, March 2019) 


Honky Tonk by Duane Eddy (Mesa Art Center, March 2019) 

About Brant

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A Lifetime of Music

When Brant was a young child, 

Doc and Carolyn Hopkins relocated from California to the Phoenix, AZ area. Brant’s love of music was cultivated through his maternal Midwest relatives who enjoyed close family ties and Saturday nights in their home making music and dancing. Brant began musical instruction learning guitar at the age of 10 and was a quick study. While visiting Illinois at 18, Brant heard his maternal cousin perform and was inspired to develop his own talents as a vocalist, which has lead to his sultry and spirited voice that we hear today.

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Inspired by the love of music

Brant has performed professionally both independently and with multiple bands in the Southwest ever since. His extensive creativity has fueled his abilities in the fine arts and as a musical artist, sparking Brant’s song writing abilities as a teen that continues today. 

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Living Life in Song

  

Versatile and gifted, Brant performs a wide variety of genres ranging from Rock to Country music, including artists such as the Beatles, Elvis, the Bee Gee’s, Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Roy Orbison, the Ventures, and a multiplicity in between. He has performed professionally with Randy Meisner (Eagles), Rick Roberts (Firefall), Tommy Cash (Johnny Cash), and currently with J D Hoag (the Ventures, Marty Robbins). Brant currently performs at various venues in our beautiful “valley of the sun” with the Way Out West band, Desert Reign, the Brant and Kerry duo, and as a solo musician. 


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