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Shawn Gerhard  a tribute to  Garth Brooks
Band Bio

Shawn's band delivers an authentic, polished Garth sound. For almost a decade, fellow members Steve Purcell (Lead Guitar, Mandolin) Richard Barzee (Steel Guitar, Acoustic Guitar) Ronnie Lutrick (Bass & Vocals) Kermit Tarver ( Drums, Percussion, Vocals) John Kunz (Fiddle) Ray Whitlock (Keyboards). The band members that were chosen, were hand picked by their incredible talent. They are a perfect fit."I'm nothing without my band", Shawn said. "I'm truly blessed to work with such gifted, dedicated musicians". How many Garth Brooks Tribute acts can say they have some of the real artists players in their band? I CAN!! I have Garths keyboard player Dave Gant doing some Touring with me!! What an Honor!!

Shawn has performed in venues all across the United States, and continues to make fans wherever he goes. Shawn has an addicting personality about his persona, that makes him who he is. Above all else, is a huge passion for music. That being said, Garth Brooks was his biggest influence in music growing up. What better performer to immulate. His music continues to inspire!!

" Not only is Shawn a great entertainer but... he is radio friendly"
- Sam Calle We're Talking Music Group

" Finally a new country artist that is a real entertainer, not just standing there singing one song after another"
- Duane Hitchings Composer/Musician

"He's got the look, he's got the sound, and he's got the charisma. He's got what it takes to make major waves and the world is about to experience that first hand"
- Rob Fairless "The 25th Hour Radio Show"

"Once or twice in ones Career do you come across a real Voice... Shawn has that voice"
- Benjamin Schultz Legends and Legacies Magazine / Producer/Musician

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Friends in Low Places
The Thunder Rolls
The Dance
Standing Outside the Fire
Unanswered Prayers
Papa Loved Momma
2 of a Kind
If Tomorrow Never Comes
Callin' Baton Rouge
Beaches of Cheyenne
We Shall Be Free
American Honky-tonk Bar Assoc.
Much Too young
The River
The Fever
Tearin it Up and Burn It Down
That Summer
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