Nashville’s own Brother Trouble have hit the road on a multi-city promotional tour to celebrate the massive success of their debut EP Summer’s Little Angel on iTunes. Beginning in country music’s hometown, brothers Jason and Mark Sutton are taking their signature funky country music to 13 Southern cities from Chattanooga to Atlanta to Charlotte to Knoxville and everywhere in between in five days.

Brother Trouble incorporate country and rock combined with a hard-edged, honky-tonk sound best described as a blend of Hank Williams Jr. and ZZ Top. Named Kenny Chesney’s “Next Big Star,” Brother Trouble have caught the eyes of producers and songwriters in Music City U.S.A., including Rodney Crowell. Recently opening for Alan Jackson and legendary country crooner Ronnie Milsap in Texas, the Sutton brothers can’t think of anything more thrilling than getting to play on stage together and take their music to their fast-growing legion of fans nationwide.  

Brother Trouble will team up with local media on every stop when the Gibson Tour Bus pulls into town. The tour’s schedule is:

Monday, September 27
9 a.m. Chattanooga - WUSY
1 p.m. Birmingham - WZZK
5 p.m. Atlanta - WUBL

Tuesday, September 28
9 a.m. Atlanta – WKHX
1 p.m. Greenville – WESC/WSSL
5 p.m. Columbia – WCOS
Wednesday, September 29
9 a.m. Columbia – WWNU
1 p.m. Charleston – WIWF
3 p.m. Charleston – WEZL
8 p.m. Myrtle Beach – WYAK
8 p.m. Myrtle Beach – WGTR
Thursday, September 30
9 a.m. Raleigh – WQDR
1 p.m. Greensboro – WTQR
3 p.m. Greensboro – WPAW
6 p.m. Charlotte – WKKT
Friday, October 1
9 a.m. Charlotte – WSOC
1 p.m. Asheville – WKSF
5 p.m. Knoxville – WIVK

Fans of Brother Trouble can go to the band’s website and Facebook page ( daily to check out the current schedule and appearances by the band. Anyone interested in seeing Brother Trouble’s official Gibson Tour Bus or garnering an autograph is welcome to meet up with the bus while it is in town.

Fans will also have a chance to win a ride on the tour bus with the band by listening to their local radio station (as noted on the schedule above) and be among the first in the country to hear their latest single that has country music audiences talking. The band will be filming their experiences with fans at each stop which will play on the Gibson Guitar website. It’s a chance for everyone who loves country music and Brother Trouble to have a chance to star on the daily video blog.