A modern day Johnny & June, The Gibbonses will steal your heart with their charismatic approach to Music and Marriage…

and now you can download three of their songs for free!

Listen to what others are saying about The Gibbonses!

The Music Below (Los Angeles): “These songs inspire an open dialogue about how we can grow and be better as individuals and as a whole. Not to mention, it’s just beautiful music.”

Ben Ryan (95.9FM The Ranch):“Some of my favorite people. They’re genuine, honest and kind.  Musically; powerful, in sync and eclectic.”

Cody Starr (Galleywinter): The vocals are soulful and hypnotic with a Linda Ronstadt/Bonnie Raitt vibe.

 

As the Texas Music Pickers wrote, “We were immediately captured by the powerful energy of the vocals. The Gibbonses’ larger than life presentation and soulful delivery create a perfect foundation for their contemporary sound. The combination of rock, folk, pop, and R&B influences and polished production offer the listener a rich and powerful experience.” If you’re a fan of the iconic, soulful voices of Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks, and Susan Tedeschi coupled with authentic, honest, and captivating songwriting, The Gibbonses are a must have for your collection.

Walking a fine line between hopeful and tragic, each song from their latest record is an introspective reaction to the struggles and challenges that we as a society, are facing in today’s sociopolitical climate. With tales of failed romances, euphoric triumphs, and whirlwinds of utter confusion, “All We’ve Got” is an emotional rollercoaster with an open seat just for you!

For a limited time Jackie and Brandon are giving away 3 of their favorite songs from “All We’ve Got”, absolutely free. Just enter your name and email address in the form on the right hand side of this page, and you’ll immediately be sent the download link to your free songs.

So enter your name and email address, download your 3 FREE songs, and get ready to embark on a journey of honest introspection, because not only do “these songs inspire an open dialogue about how we can grow and be better…” as the Los Angeles based publication The Music Below wrote regarding The Gibbonses’ latest release, “It’s just beautiful music.”