Here's the new Dream Trippers' video... "Drive On A Sunny Day." Starring Julius and Rachael Herrera; George Bezel's 57 Chevy; and Delores Mashuda's vintage Esso Station.
The new Dream Trippers' video is "I'm Going To Memphis" from The Sound Of Sun EP.
This is the music video for "Get On This Train" by Dream Trippers from The Sound Of Sun EP, recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee.
Pictures of Dream Trippers from The Shindy Music Festival
This is "3 Kisses Tonight" from the new EP, The Sound Of Sun, recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis.
This is the new Dream Trippers' video... Apple.
Dream Trippers live on WBOY TV. Lauren Winans interviews Dream Trippers and they play "Apple" on 304 Today.
This is the new video for "Fade To Black" by Dream Trippers.
Here is the new video for "What Were You Thinking " by Dream Trippers, starring Rachael & Julius Herrera.
This is the new video for "Open Your Mind" by Dream Trippers.
Here are some pictures from our CD Release Party at Music On Main in Bridgeport, WV, with Dream Trippers, Hannah Cottrill, Saints Of The Holler, and John Anderson Farmer.
The debut self-titled album from Dream Trippers is out today. Here's the new video for "Sleeping In A Dream"
Dream Trippers' debut single, "The Original Atom" is out now on all major streaming platforms.
Dream Trippers will release their debut single, "The Original Atom" on Jan. 13, 2023. Dream Trippers is a new band with Brian Cottrill & Bob Workman. A new album will be released on Feb. 10, 2023.
Here are more reviews of Through The Keyhole: Gashouse Radio says, “he writes great choruses... The plainspoken poetry of the song will win you over... with a super musical arrangement that is driven by dynamics” http://gashouseradio.com/2019/05/brian-cottrill-through-the-keyhole/ Indie Shark says, “[He has a] talent for writing memorable choruses... top shelf songwriting... abundance of lyrical gems is so great... something for everyone who loves honest, unadorned songwriting” https://indieshark.com/music-reviews/brian-cottrill-through-the-keyhole/ MobAngeles says, “flashes of playful wordplay, potent and unpredictable lyrical turns, and a chorus paying off big for listeners... his energetic and rhythmic guitar playing with harmonica on point... the vocals and lyrics illustrate one of the core strengths of Cottrill’s art.. The storytelling aspects... are especially strong.” https://mobangeles.com/brian-cottrill-through-the-keyhole/
There are some new reviews of Through The Keyhole: Independent Music And Arts Inc says, “Brian Cottrill has immense musical and songwriting talents, but he impresses most because he writes accessible material... Cottrill shows the singular talent for writing about adult themes without ever lapsing into melodrama or cliché... He writes vivid cinematic narratives for entire songs” https://www.imaai.org/brian-cottrill-through-the-keyhole/ Indie Pulse Music says, “I love the level of specific lyric detail... Cottrill’s songwriting skills fully flower with this intense personal reflection on longstanding connections, complicated pasts, and what we can learn when we examine those things in a healthy way.” https://indiepulsemusic.com/2019/05/20/brian-cottrill-releases-through-the-keyhole/ Sounds Of South says, “Brian Cottrill combines good rock choruses with the lyrical depth of folk music.” http://www.sounds-of-south.de/wordpress/2019/05/15/brian-cottrill-through-the-keyhole-cd-review/