Bronk Bros Press Release

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Phone: 800-935-5616

BRONK BROTHERS DUO APPEARING AT SWAN LAKE RESORT 

Up-and-coming Bronk Brothers duo delivers high-energy honky-tonk to Swan Lake

March 4, 2013 - Plymouth, Indiana.  The Bronk Brothers, favorites on the Midwest music scene and a rising country act, will bring their crowd-pleasing live show to Swan Lake Resort on March 9, 2013. The concert begins at 8 p.m. in Salon One with a $10 cover charge at the door.

The Bronk Brothers duo has opened for over 80 national touring acts, including Dierks Bentley, the Charlie Daniels Band and Darius Rucker. Fronted by brothers Heath and Brian Bronk and backed up by drummer Johnny “Dutch” Fulling, bassist Woody T. Bridges and lead guitarist T. Rex Bell, the band is known for its rocking honky-tonk sound that showcases guitars, harmonica, soaring vocals, and crowd-engaging stage energy. In over a decade of live performances, the Michigan-based Bronk Brothers have gained regional and national exposure. Their live show, described as a “Rockin’ Hillbilly Extravaganza,” earned an opening slot for Kenny Chesney in the national “Next Big Star Contest” in 2008. In 2009, their release “Here for the Good Times” landed on the Music Row Country Charts.

Join us for an evening of hand-clapping, foot-stomping live music, as well as a full-stocked cash bar, for a $10 cover charge. Doors open at 8 p.m.

Swan Lake Resort is located just off State Road 30 with easy access from U.S. 31.

Swan Lake Resort. The Ultimate Experience. Resort with Golf, Conference, Restaurant, Hotel, Villas, Cabins and Cottages.

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