I've always been involved in music, and right now because the clubs aren't open there are musicians not working, so I decided to showcase some of them.

One of the artists I am showcasing is Breanne Marie and the Front Porch Sinners. Breanne describes their music as Great Lakes Country. Breanne started as a solo artist with her debut album called "Six Strings Of Peace And Sanity". It was mainly songs that were carved out of tragedy after her father's suicide and her brother's death from a car crash.

According to her Facebook page, it was after that album that Breanne put together a band, and that's when the Front Porch Sinners were born and became a part of her EP "Timothy John" which was an album dedicated to her brother.

In 2017 the band released "Wildflowers and Tumbleweeds". This album was a little different and showed the growing style of Breanne Marie. Breanne told me it was stories of love, friendship, dating, and heartbreak. This one had songs that shook things up a little bit, more than the others.

Breanne Marie told me in the interview she was inspired by Tammy Wynette, George Jones, and Dolly Parton. The Front Porch Sinners are husband Evan Tepler on guitar, John Peterson on pedal steel, Kyle Gondik-Anderson on bass, John LaMar on drums and Kailyn Spencer on fiddle.

This past November Breanne Marie and the Front Porch Sinners released the "Salt In The Snow" EP. That is our featured video.

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