Meet Eddie B of The Kid Brothers
The Kid Brothers was originally created with my baby brother, Sean Andrew Bleu and myself. We had taken a few guitar lessons given to us by our cousin Jose Luis, whom we will always credit for the spark of our passion & of our career. When we moved to Texas, we met David and Alex, who are also brothers, at school. They had never played an instrument before joining the band and are also self taught. Chris our drummer has played drums since he was a very young boy. It’s funny how we met Chris actually. We used to always go hang out at Guitar Center and he happened to be there one day jamming out on the drums. Almost immediately we became friends which now is more like family and he’s been with us ever since. 4 years later here we are.
By no means has it been a smooth road. Not being able to afford professional lessons has been the biggest struggle this far. All of us are also self taught using YouTube tutorials daily to learn from. Our family also downsized our home to be able to afford better instruments which most of them had been purchased at yard sales or passed on to us. Now being in the home that we’re at, we practice in the (Hot) garage 3 times a week for 2 hours. We’re under stress now because the HOA is trying to make us stop having practices due to the HOA rules for noise. Anyways, We have had some positives along the way the most recent being that we connected with Liberty Music Academy and they have graciously offered us some tutoring to help the band advance. We are so grateful for them.
We, The Kid Brothers are an upcoming pop boy band. What sets us apart from others is that we all play instruments, which is uniquely different from your typical boy bands. What we are most proud of as a band is that we are able to stick together and tough it out no matter what. Also, we just released our 1st original song, “You Were Wrong” , which was written & recorded here at home under Covid circumstances. It’s available on all streaming platforms.
Define success..that’s a good question. How I define success is being able to impact people’s lives at an unimaginable level. Once you can make someone’s life better and once you’re set for your own life that is what I call success. Markers I look out for is future sold out shows, Charity Work, Grammys, things of that nature.