The Bryan Bros Band Featuring David Baron to Release Debut Album Let It Rip on Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day

For Immediate Release
August 10, 2009

#1 ATP World Tour Doubles Team Bob & Mike Bryan to Release Debut Album Let It Rip by the Bryan Bros Band Featuring David Baron on Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day

August 10, 2009, LOS ANGELES, CA – After capturing their 54th ATP World Tour Doubles Career Title, and record 5th LA Tennis Open Championship, #1 ATP World Tour Doubles Team Bob & Mike Bryan announced today that they also plan to conquer the music world with the help of close friend and accomplished singer/songwriter David Baron. The group, The Bryan Brothers Band Featuring David Baron, will perform three new songs on Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day at the 2009 US Open from their debut album Let It Rip which will be released September 1, 2009.

Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day will be held on August 29th, 2009 starting at 9:30 a.m. at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York, with the Bryan Brothers Band Featuring David Baron scheduled to play on the Festival Stage between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day will be filmed by CBS and will air on Sunday, August 30th. Also on Sunday, the Bryan Brother’s will join Baron for a special set at The Mercury Lounge in New York City where they are scheduled to take the stage at 7:00 p.m.

The album, Let It Rip, is currently being produced in Los Angeles by producer Ralph Churchwell, and will contain five songs that feature Bob Bryan playing the bass and keyboards, Mike Bryan on the drums, and David Baron as the lead vocalist also playing piano and guitar.

“Music has always been a big part of our lives. We’ve spent countless hours jamming in hotel rooms all over the world and it’s been our dream to do a real record. We’ve had a blast making this album and we hope to share our passion for music with our fans,” said Bob Bryan.

The Bryan Brothers, who are the 2008 US Open Doubles Champions, are the owners of 7 Grand Slam Championships, the 2007 Davis Cup title, the 2008 Men’s Doubles Olympic Bronze Medal and have been ranked #1 in the world the past five of six years. They have been playing musical instruments since their youth, and they recently teamed up with lead vocalist David Baron in 2008 after he performed at their Bryan Brothers Charity Dinner Gala. Since then, the three of them have become fast friends and have been co-writing songs together. In 2009, they have performed at four different ATP World Tour events including San Jose, Delray Beach, Houston and most recently Wimbledon.

The Bryan Brothers Band Featuring David Baron will release their first album with several special packaging options for fans including digital downloads, hard copies, autographed memorabilia, special VIP show tickets and backstage passes amongst other limited edition items. The Band will also launch a new website – www.bryanbrosband.com – to showcase their music to fans, and expect to have it live before their debut at Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day. For more information on Bob & Mike Bryan, along with The Bryan Brothers Band featuring David Baron, contact Natalie Mikolich at nmikolich@experiencebest.com.

Bryan Bros Band Featuring David Baron (Photo Credit Tim Cadiente)

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David Baron in L.A. Daily News and Ventura County Star

While recording in LA for their upcoming EP “Let It Rip,” David Baron and the Bryan Bros were featured in the L.A. Daily News and the Ventura County Star.

Click the links below to read the articles, and be sure to view the Photo Gallery in the L.A. Daily News to see pics of David and the Bryans in the studio.

L.A. Daily News, “Band of Brothers: Bryans let it rip on the court, and the recording studio”:

Ventura County Star, “Bryans set a record before making one”:

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David Baron to Record with Bryan Bros

David Baron and #1-ranked Men’s Doubles Tennis Team the Bryan Brothers will head into the studio with producer Ralph Churchwell to record their first EP as The Bryan Bros Band Feat. David Baron this July in Los Angeles.

Baron first met the Bryans at their All-Star Tennis Smash in LA, where he won a coveted spot opening for Brandi Carlile and Evan and Jaron at the Bryans’ charity gala to raise money for the Bryan Brothers Foundation.  Baron and the twins became fast friends, and after jamming together in their home studio, the three of them hit the road to play shows at tennis tournaments in San Jose, Delray Beach, Houston, and finally, Wimbledon in 2009.

Baron and the Bryans began co-writing songs while traveling on the road together, writing approximately one song at each of their tour stops.  The shows featured Baron on lead vocals, piano and guitar, Bob Bryan on bass and keyboards, and Mike Bryan on drums.

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New York Times and Tennis Channel Feature David Baron and Bryan Bros at Wimbledon

When David Baron performed at Wimbledon with the Bryan Bros this June, journalists from the New York Times and the Tennis Channel were on hand to document the live concert event.

The concert was on Saturday night after the first week of matches at Wimbledon, and took place at the Hand in Hand pub in Wimbledon Village just down the street from the All England Tennis Club.  A blogger for the New York Times took photos of the show and wrote an article entitled “Bryans Play (Music) at the Pubs” in the Straight Sets: Tennis Blog of the New York Times. The article can be viewed by clicking the link below.

The Tennis Channel was also present to film the show, which aired as part of their Wimbledon Village Feature with Justin Gimelstob. Click on the link below to watch Gimelstob introducing The Bryan Bros Band Feat. David Baron just before the band kicks off with the single from their forthcoming EP, “Let It Rip.”

Tennis Channel, “Wimbledon Village Feature”:

New York Times, “Bryans Play (Music) at the Pubs”:

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David Baron to Headline Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, Friday July 3rd

After 4 sold out shows in a row across California, piano pop rock singer-songwriter David Baron will headline San Francisco’s famed Great American Music Hall on Friday, July 3rd. Doors open at 7PM, with Baron scheduled to perform at 10PM.

This marks the first time that Baron takes the stage at the 5,000-square-foot concert hall, which opened in 1907 and has hosted such legendary acts as Duke Ellington, Van Morrison, the Grateful Dead and Bobby McFerrin.  With a capacity of 650, the Great American Music Hall continues to book top touring artists from around the globe, and was voted “Best Place To See Live Music” in 2007 & 2008 by San Francisco Weekly.

Don’t miss:

David Baron

Live @ Great American Music Hall – Headlining show!

Friday, July 3rd
10PM, $12, 21+
859 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco

Tickets available online at webookbands.com
or by Phone at 323-782-0401

“Best Place To See Live Music” 2007 & 2008 Winner – SF Weekly

“Uplifting, powerful…If you’re a fan of Billy Joel, Ryan Adams, and Elton John, David Baron’s refreshing piano pop rock will not disappoint.”
yodigit.com, Featured Review

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ASCAP Recommends: David Baron @ Hotel Cafe

A passionate singer, gifted pianist, and insightful songwriter, David Baron has caught the ear of audiences across the globe with his soaring vocals, confessional lyrics and powerful piano pop/rock sound.

Now for the first time since he SOLD OUT his last 4 shows in a row in California, David and his band return to LA to play this “ASCAP Recommends:…” show at Hotel Cafe.

Don’t miss:

ASCAP Recommends: David Baron

Hotel Cafe

Saturday, June 13
10PM, $10, 21+
1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles

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German Music Site Posts Glowing Review of David Baron EP

Since David Baron released his self-titled debut in Fall 2008, his songs have been reaching international audiences on TV, radio, in stadiums at sports events, and in stores across the globe.

Now, David has begun receiving international critical acclaim, as the German music site Roland’s World of Prog Music (prog-rock.info) makes an exception to its usual genre to post a glowing review of David’s self-titled EP.

In the review, Roland Leicht, editor of Roland’s World of Prog Music writes,

“Though it’s not Prog Rock, here is a CD that I just had to write about.  I got the tip to listen to David Baron from a girlfriend who met the California singer-songwriter during her holidays in the States and talked to him. The self-titled EP “David Baron” contains 6 songs in 24 minutes and the all the songs have won me over. If there would be any song to launch David Baron to the masses it would be the opener, “Love Is Just A Lie”. I am absolutely sure that this first single will be played again and again on the radio. Great, catchy melodies and Baron’s voice is beautiful. Goodbye to James Blunt and those other boys! The second song “Standing Still” also has potential to become a great hit. “Kids” and “Shadows On The Inside” are absolutely beautiful ballads. “Nothing To Fear” is the most rocking song on the album. And finally we hear “Say You”, again a song with a lot of feeling. It is amazing to me what talents are hidden in the music business just waiting to be discovered. I hope David Baron will make his breakthrough soon because it’s a shame to hear so much bullshit on the radio when there are great, undiscovered musicians out there. You can hear David Baron’s music on his website at www.DavidBaronMusic.com and on his Myspace page at www.myspace.com/DavidBaron. You have to listen to his music!”

To read the full review in its original German, visit http://prog-rock.info/neuerhauptframe.htm.

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Over $1700 Raised at PKD Benefit Concert

Last Saturday, May 2, David Baron performed at a benefit concert for polycystic kidney disease with fellow San Francisco artists Jesse Brewster (jessbrew.com) and Cally Scullin, as well as LA pop-songstress Jes Hudak (jeshudak.com).

The concert, which took place at the Red Devil Lounge in San Francisco, managed to raise over $1700 for the PKD Foundation (pkdcure.org).

The PKD Foundation is the only organization, worldwide, dedicated to fighting polycystic kidney disease (PKD). The mission of the PKD Foundation is to: “Promote programs of research, advocacy, education, support and awareness in order to discover treatments and a cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease and improve the lives of all it affects.”

Like David’s last two sold out concerts in San Francisco, the crowd at Red Devil was over-capacity, with more than 220 people coming out in support of the cause.

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