~A Fine Blend of Fairbanks' Folkabilly~

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NEWS--
Updated on December 11th, 2016:   
    NEXT SHOW: 
February 11th, Saturday, 2017:  
Steve Brown and the Bailers at the UAF PUB 
VALENTINE'S DAY SHOW
    Special event at the UAF Pub! Steve Brown and the Bailers will bring their mix of rowdy mix of tunes AND their sweet love songs to the Pub stage for those in love or simply those who love to have a good time!. 

   Tickets available at the door only. See our facebook page or Pub's page for COST. Ages 21+ only.
More details after the New Year!
~SBandtheB
   
Lonely House is available for purchase online!


Steve Brown and the Bailers : Lonely House. 
Buy one from our store and we will ship to your door.
or

OUR ALBUMS, HOW THINGS START AND THINGS CHANGE ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW!
VISIT OUR 'PURCHASE' PAGE TO LINK TO PAYPAL, iTUNES, AMAZON, and CDBABY


NEW!! CLICK HERE to view lyrics for our original songs

CLICK HERE To listen to our songs or watch our videos
CLICK HERE To view of calendar of events
CLICK HERE To purchase our music online, or to find a list of Alaskan vendors selling our music
CLICK HERE To view our photo album
CLICK HERE To read reviews of our music


We are proud to have been musical guests on National Public Radio's "Mountain Stage," 
and on Public Radio International's "Michael Feldman's 'Whad'ya Know?'"  

                  













We are the first Alaskan band to make the "Baker's Dozen" Top 13 list of albums twice!
The list is compiled by Bud Johnson--host of the KTNA radio show: Acoustic Accents
We first made the list with our 2009 album, How Things Start
Then we made the list again with 2011's Things Change
Check out Bud's show: Acoustic Accents every Friday at 9pm on KUAC 89.9 FM Fairbanks



 Seen the music video for "My Baby's Dirty"? 
It won an award at the Fairbanks Film Festival October 2011
To see Lorien Nettelton's video for our song, click on: My Baby's Dirty 
And see Lorien's acceptance speech. Click onFairbanks Film Festival 2011  







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Photo Courtesy of Sam Harrel