The Knutzen Brothers

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About The Bros

Having started in their parent’s garage, Caleb and Gabriel Knutzen have been performing a charming mix of original and cover songs in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years—making wood sound good. Their shows are interactive, eclectic, and most importantly—fun!

Each Knutzen Brothers show is comprised of a generous helping of cover songs seasoned with original tunes from their four full studio albums. Somewhat like a live jukebox, they play a century’s worth of hits, across genres, from the 1920s to the 2020s aiming to have a good time, and providing a memorable experience for fans of all ages and musical tastes. From Johnny Cash to Justin Bieber with some Elvis and Ludacris along the way, the Knutzen Brothers will, and can, play it—and play it well.

Just remember, requests for Free Bird and American Pie will cost tippers extra.

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Gabriel Knutzen

Independently, Gabriel pursues a career of performance and songwriting as a career, leading him to record his first solo album, It’s About Time.

Gabriel regularly hosts “Uncle Gabe’s Sing-a-long” at the Emerald of Siam in Richland, as well as a open DJ night called “This is Vinyl Tap,” where the audience is encouraged to participate by bringing their own records to play.

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The Knutzen Brothers – Guitar

We Make Wood
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Gabriel Knutzen – It's About Time

Michael Parker (ft. the music of the Knutzen Brothers) – Drunktank Confessional

The Golden Ponies (ft. music of the Knutzen Brothers)



The Knutzen Brothers also perform and write music with the Golden Ponies. The Golden Ponies are, by far, the best country band you’ve never heard of. Check out our videos, “I’ve Seen You Drunk” and “Song in Years” (title track off Unstabled Album). Songs are sculpted by the songwriting of Michael Parker and feature Gabriel on drums, guitar, ukulele and Caleb on guitar, bass, and keys.

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