The Band

Born into a four generation touring bluegrass family, John and James have been on stage in the family business since they were 7 and 10. From this musical weaning, they have forged a sound considered to be “Abrams Brothers Music” in Canada. It’s a sound that lives somewhere between Americana, country and roots music.

Together as The Abrams Brothers for over 10 years, the band became the youngest Canadians to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. In 2005, they were named Best New Artist at the Canadian Country Music Awards. Over the past few years, The Abrams Brothers have been a constant on the Canadian festival circuit and have shared the same stage with Feist, John Hammond and Dean Brody.

Latest News

  • ALS Challenge Accepted!


    August 25, 2014
  • The Brothers Play Boots and Hearts


    August 3, 2014
  • Abrams Brothers sign with RAMP


    July 7, 2014
  • The Brothers Play Illuminaqua


    July 5, 2014

Tour dates

  • 22
    Powasson, ON
    Windsong Music Festival
    04:00 - 05:00
    Snow Road, ON
    John Thomson Hall
    02:00 - 05:00


  • Blue on Brown

    Blue on Brown

    Blue on Brown is a cover album of songs written by Arlo Guthrie and Bob Dylan.  The record was the boys’ tribute to songwriters they had always admired, and even Arlo Guthrie, the legend himself, chimed in saying they were “way too young to be playing that good.”

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  • Northern Redemption Cover Art

    Northern Redemption

    With the release of Northern Redemption, The Abrams Brothers – John and James – make a transition from the music of their roots to their own distinct sound. It’s a combination of bluegrass, country and folk-rock that’s had the Canadian festival circuit up in arms over their potential, and the rest are sure to catch on.

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