Bowery Brothers Song

Welcome to our current offering of songs. The songs here reflect our latest recording session from 2022. Each song is registered with SOCAN and The Bowery Brothers retain all publishing rights.

Hola Mexico

Every year I go to a little beach town on the southern Pacific coast of Mexico.

Every year I can’t wait to leave the cold and rain and put my toes in the sand and get a drink in my hand. Hola Mexico.

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Sparks

Hopefully, all of, every last one of us have had the rush of first love. It’s place in our lives and hearts is undeniable. It’s power is unequaled.

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Million Little Pieces

It’s everywhere. In every school, small town, big city, workplace. It crosses all socio-economic classes. It affects young and old, black and white.

I have watched many of my closest friends try to raise kids who can’t get their feet underneath them, who have fallen into cracks and crevices where they will never return from.

I don’t have the answers, only the questions?

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My Name is Trouble

In the darkest reaches our American heart resides that Bad-ass we all fear and worship. Be it Billy the KidJohn DillingerAl Capone or the modern day mavens of mayhem. We have a fascination for trouble.

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Surrender

Sex. It’s the grease for the wheels of life. This is just one way sexual way to consider how to grease those wheels.

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Once in a While

Love is a hard thing for me. Maybe it’s a hard thing for everyone. I don’t always know.

The real mystery is how the tentacles of a love that’s ended can stay with us, re-awaken in us from time to time. Not always their, but certainly, once in a while.

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Let It Rain

It seems to me at this point in our lives, a day or a week does not go by and we lose someone. An acquaintance, a friend a loved one.

The loneliness and sadness that appears out of nowhere is unlike anything we experience anywhere else in our lives.

Here’s to those who’s hearts have been broken in this manner.

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Brother Down

I believe in the power of friendship. As a lyricist I have always found great company and inspiration from my many friends. I like to write about the vignettes of our lives.

In my group of friends there are a few key brothers who have been my lifelong friends, confidantes. One of the best was my friend Brian Whitmore. He passed too soon and left too many unspoken conversations. I am still angry.

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Better or Worse

We wrote this song in response to a situation that a friend of ours had. She was in an abusive relationship and was finding it near impossible to leave.

It amazed us as to the pull and strength that a relationship, even a broken one has over people. To all those locked into a struggle that they can not pull themselves from. This is for them.

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Blue Collar Broke

The disappearance of the American middle-class is undeniable. What was once the heart of the economy, the heart of the community and the heart of our lives is now, no more.

To read more on America’s shrinking middle-class read this. 

We Come From Small Towns

The American small town is the heart and soul of almost all Americans. As recent as the early 20th century 80% of all American’s live on farms and in small towns in every corner of the country.

In the past few years, it seems to me that we are all too ready to dismiss our own roots, our small town values. This song is an upbeat ode to our own small town roots.

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Hit the Beach

Every year I go to a little beach town on the southern Pacific coast of Mexico.

Every year I can’t wait to leave the cold and rain and put my toes in the sand and get a drink in my hand. Dive in, hit the beach.

To see the lyrics and to check out the players bio’s click here. 

Hola AeroMexico

We did a corporate version of Hola Mexico for Aeromexico as a song for consideration in the upcoming international ad campaign.

Hola Westjet

We did a corporate version of Hola Mexico for Westjet Holidays as a song for consideration in the upcoming Canadian ad campaign.