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Fan Reviews

Kim
February 23rd 2016
I love to hear them sing. :) 👍
Somerset, KY@
The Square Restaurant and Lounge
Pati
August 19th 2015
it was totally Aewsome
Nancy, KY@
Lee's Ford Marina
Caroline
January 3rd 2015
Awesome
Somerset, KY@
Center for Rural Development - St. Jude Cancer Benefit
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About Borrowed Blue

Young country rock outfit Borrowed Blue encompasses the homegrown distinction of the “boy next door” and the heart of “Blue Mist” pride--emphasizing their belief in God and union. A “direct connect” to the Kentucky State motto, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” and the Latin KY motto “Let us be grateful to God,” the quartet’s roots keep them patriotic to Kentucky past-times and tradition. Another trait of the Bluegrass state, trademarked by the boys of Borrowed Blue, is their passion for basketball and acquired taste for bourbon. Matt, Brandon, Jay and Jordan are all members of the same congregation as faithful UK fans who have developed a distinctive thirst for an age-old sporting event and indulgence. “Kentucky Basketball is like a church; all four of us subscribe to the same Wildcat religion. In addition to our music, it’s like no other bond.”--Brandon After hearing the deep coolness of Matt Cooper’s undiscovered vocal ability as a consequence of a casual “guys night out,” without contemplation, nor hesitation, Borrowed Blue was formed. Cooper’s vocals, likened to Darius Rucker and Scott Stapp of Creed, and his stand as a lead singer, is as surprising as the prize found in the bottom of a Cracker Jack Box. “Two short years ago, I really didn’t know I could sing, or that I even wanted to be a singer. I was hanging with the guys, watching a game; they brought out their guitars and asked me to sing along. I think we all raised our eyebrows and scratched our heads. I have a personal relationship with a fellow Kentucky boy, Eddie Montgomery, who has encouraged me. That was the boost I needed.” --Matt With young spirits unbridled and an upbringing instilling love and confidence, the guys of Borrowed Blue are free to dream big, one and all, and they have an undeniable willingness and commitment to push beyond any boundaries. The question wasn’t “Why?” But rather, “Why Not?” Sacrificing steady jobs and girl steadies, there was no alternative to forging forward. “In addition to truly being friends, our strongest link is our commitment to one another—that’s what makes this band work.” --Jordan A band of brothers (and childhood friends), reigning as self-appointed kings of the Lake Cumberland region, the four-man band is--in keeping with the saying--“something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” The “old” is an extraction from the sounds the young men grew up listening to (Metallica, Zeppelin, Skynyrd, George Thorogood, Garth Brooks and Keith Whitley), brought to life in “new” and contemporary Borrowed Blue fashion. The foursome describes their music as Animal House “Blues” country--guaranteeing a good feelin’ groove for a plain ole good time. Borrowed Blue is a well-constructed vessel. Matt Cooper (lead vocals/aka “Coop”) is the oak, Brandon Davis (drummer/nicknamed “Pretty Boy”) is the spit-polish and shine, Jordan Latham (rhythm guitar) is the mechanic, and Jay Gregory (on lead electric guitar and harmonies), the anchor. “Our unique personalities bring the group together to make it whole. Matt is unwavering—‘steady-as-she-goes,’ Brandon is the ‘igniter,’ a fined-tuned engine, Jordan has a calibrated mind—he’s deliberate—and as the oldest, I think, I help to keep us grounded.” --Jay All living in a community with the lake as their playground, Matt, Brandon, Jordan and Jay (ranging in age from 22 to 35) all have a natural affinity for life on the water and their way of life shines through in their music. As calm as the waters at sunset and as adrenaline-driven as mid-regatta, their lyrics are as “easy as a Sunday morning,” yet light the room up like a barn burning. From party-cove to a blanket-for-two on the shore, Borrowed Blue has entertainment value that will make waves for years to come. “Our goal is to create that ‘moment.’ A moment in time that the listener may recall from the past, an in-the-now moment that they’ll remember from this day forward, or a moment to move them to buy another ticket to come out and see us again. We just want to make music that’s memorable and ‘touches’ each and every listener.” --Matt Whether watching waves cresting the shore on a Friday evening or making an impression before a roaring crowd in a juke joint, Borrowed Blue takes the listener on a whimsical musical escape guaranteed to become a ‘moment’ to recall--yesterday, today and all of your tomorrows.
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Genres:
Rock, Country
Band Members:
Matt Cooper- Lead Vocals, Jordan Latham- Guitar, Jay Gregory- Guitar, Scottie Morrow- Bass, Brandon Davis- Drums
Hometown:
Hatcher, Kentucky

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Borrowed Blue to play in your city
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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Kim
February 23rd 2016
I love to hear them sing. :) 👍
Somerset, KY@
The Square Restaurant and Lounge
Pati
August 19th 2015
it was totally Aewsome
Nancy, KY@
Lee's Ford Marina
Caroline
January 3rd 2015
Awesome
Somerset, KY@
Center for Rural Development - St. Jude Cancer Benefit
View More Fan Reviews

About Borrowed Blue

Young country rock outfit Borrowed Blue encompasses the homegrown distinction of the “boy next door” and the heart of “Blue Mist” pride--emphasizing their belief in God and union. A “direct connect” to the Kentucky State motto, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” and the Latin KY motto “Let us be grateful to God,” the quartet’s roots keep them patriotic to Kentucky past-times and tradition. Another trait of the Bluegrass state, trademarked by the boys of Borrowed Blue, is their passion for basketball and acquired taste for bourbon. Matt, Brandon, Jay and Jordan are all members of the same congregation as faithful UK fans who have developed a distinctive thirst for an age-old sporting event and indulgence. “Kentucky Basketball is like a church; all four of us subscribe to the same Wildcat religion. In addition to our music, it’s like no other bond.”--Brandon After hearing the deep coolness of Matt Cooper’s undiscovered vocal ability as a consequence of a casual “guys night out,” without contemplation, nor hesitation, Borrowed Blue was formed. Cooper’s vocals, likened to Darius Rucker and Scott Stapp of Creed, and his stand as a lead singer, is as surprising as the prize found in the bottom of a Cracker Jack Box. “Two short years ago, I really didn’t know I could sing, or that I even wanted to be a singer. I was hanging with the guys, watching a game; they brought out their guitars and asked me to sing along. I think we all raised our eyebrows and scratched our heads. I have a personal relationship with a fellow Kentucky boy, Eddie Montgomery, who has encouraged me. That was the boost I needed.” --Matt With young spirits unbridled and an upbringing instilling love and confidence, the guys of Borrowed Blue are free to dream big, one and all, and they have an undeniable willingness and commitment to push beyond any boundaries. The question wasn’t “Why?” But rather, “Why Not?” Sacrificing steady jobs and girl steadies, there was no alternative to forging forward. “In addition to truly being friends, our strongest link is our commitment to one another—that’s what makes this band work.” --Jordan A band of brothers (and childhood friends), reigning as self-appointed kings of the Lake Cumberland region, the four-man band is--in keeping with the saying--“something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” The “old” is an extraction from the sounds the young men grew up listening to (Metallica, Zeppelin, Skynyrd, George Thorogood, Garth Brooks and Keith Whitley), brought to life in “new” and contemporary Borrowed Blue fashion. The foursome describes their music as Animal House “Blues” country--guaranteeing a good feelin’ groove for a plain ole good time. Borrowed Blue is a well-constructed vessel. Matt Cooper (lead vocals/aka “Coop”) is the oak, Brandon Davis (drummer/nicknamed “Pretty Boy”) is the spit-polish and shine, Jordan Latham (rhythm guitar) is the mechanic, and Jay Gregory (on lead electric guitar and harmonies), the anchor. “Our unique personalities bring the group together to make it whole. Matt is unwavering—‘steady-as-she-goes,’ Brandon is the ‘igniter,’ a fined-tuned engine, Jordan has a calibrated mind—he’s deliberate—and as the oldest, I think, I help to keep us grounded.” --Jay All living in a community with the lake as their playground, Matt, Brandon, Jordan and Jay (ranging in age from 22 to 35) all have a natural affinity for life on the water and their way of life shines through in their music. As calm as the waters at sunset and as adrenaline-driven as mid-regatta, their lyrics are as “easy as a Sunday morning,” yet light the room up like a barn burning. From party-cove to a blanket-for-two on the shore, Borrowed Blue has entertainment value that will make waves for years to come. “Our goal is to create that ‘moment.’ A moment in time that the listener may recall from the past, an in-the-now moment that they’ll remember from this day forward, or a moment to move them to buy another ticket to come out and see us again. We just want to make music that’s memorable and ‘touches’ each and every listener.” --Matt Whether watching waves cresting the shore on a Friday evening or making an impression before a roaring crowd in a juke joint, Borrowed Blue takes the listener on a whimsical musical escape guaranteed to become a ‘moment’ to recall--yesterday, today and all of your tomorrows.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Country
Band Members:
Matt Cooper- Lead Vocals, Jordan Latham- Guitar, Jay Gregory- Guitar, Scottie Morrow- Bass, Brandon Davis- Drums
Hometown:
Hatcher, Kentucky

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