The Olson Bros Band at Lacey in Tune

by Christian Carvajal for OLY ARTS

The Olson brothers of Olympia, Isaac and Luke, formed a country act in 2011. They won the 2013 Capital Lakefair Battle of the Bands and a national songwriting contest with “Sunrise,” an original song they performed at the Grand Ole Opry. That song was inspired by the natural beauty of western Washington. Drummer Seth Bowman, bassist Milo Mullen and Reece Wonio on the banjo round out the band. Its debut album, Lookin’ at You, features both “Sunrise” and a successful radio single, “Dangerous.” Last year, the brothers’ summer schedule included over 50 shows, one of which was an opening gig for chart-topper Craig Morgan (“That’s What I Love About Sunday”). Catch them free on their way up.

What: The Olson Bros Band

Where: Huntamer Park,
618 Woodland Square Loop SE, Lacey

When: 7 p.m. Saturday, July 15

How much: free

Learn more: 360-357-8948 | The Olson Bros Band

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