Brother Oliver is a South Carolina psychic-folk band formed by two brothers, Andrew and Stephen Oliver. Their high-energy performances and explorative approach to music strikes a chord with any audience and has rapidly gained recognition in the Southeast and abroad.
The project began in 2011 in the small town of Greenville, Michigan — where the brothers were born and raised. Just two years later, they moved to Greenville, South Carolina as a result of 20-year-old angst and longings for change. Upon arrival, Andrew (the eldest of the two) opened a small recording studio where they would write and record their first record, Stubborn Fool, in 2013.
Brother Oliver released their sophomore LP, the self-titled Brother Oliver, in the fall of 2017 — an ageless journey marked by wondrous electric mandolin tones and haunting vocal melodies. Self produced in the band's Appalachian studio and mastered by John Baldwin (Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, The White Stripes), the record was applauded by Huffington Post, Impose, Atwood Magazine and more.