The Olson Bros Band burst onto the country music scene in 2013 winning a national songwriting contest the Texaco Country Showdown with their Pacific Northwest inspired song "Sunrise". The contest won them a trip to Nashville where they were introduced at the Grand Ole Opry. The band originated in Olympia, WA and is lead by singer/songwriters and brothers Luke and Isaac Olson. After nonstop gigging, putting out new music, and developing a strong following in the Northwest for the past 7 years, the band is coming off their hottest year yet in 2019 where they finished out the year with opening gigs for Dwight Yoakam at the Yakima Valley SunDome, Dylan Scott, Lonestar, and Phil Vassar. They also put out their 3rd studio album in 2019 called "Dancin' In Headlights" that had multiple tracks receive radio airplay including the title track and other songs on the record such as "If I Find You", the country rocker and fan favorite "60 Cent Pocket Man", and "Time To Let Go", which shows off the brothers harmonies and lyric writing. They also had a song "By and By" gain traction in Europe after line dancing videos popped up all over Youtube in Germany, France, and Spain. Recently they have released some new singles (that will be leading up to an EP) including "I Bleed Evergreen", which shows the brothers love for the beautiful area they grew up in, and their song "Ain't No Rush", shows off the bands songwriting and humor (check the music video) and has a chorus you can't help but want to sing along to. The band has big plans for 2020 with tour dates in the Pacific Northwest as well as plans for releasing new music! Stay on the lookout!