A folk roots glow, with alternative linings and blues vocal flare make up the sound of the independent artist, Wyatt Brewer. Based in Kansas City, and nephew to “Brewer & Shipley’s” Mike Brewer, Wyatt has been an active musician around town for ten years. Kathy Forste of KC Cafe Radio, says Wyatt, “Writes about Life and Love.”
This first release, is but a start for the artist, with opportunities for song placement in local independent films, as well as a return to the Folk Alliance International Conference in February of 2017. Live, Wyatt keeps it simple with acoustic “man and guitar” finesse, often times accompanied by his cowriter, Sarah Lynn, or his studio violinist, Andrea Johnson.
Performing covers from fifty years of well known artists, you can hear him play Elvis, The Beatles, and Bob Dylan, in the same set as Gotye, Imagine Dragons, and One Republic. Connecting with his audience, through the covers they know and love, his originals are the salt and pepper to his setlist, allowing the listener to personally connect to the songwriter.