Fingers bleeding, sweat dripping and the loudest music ever played in a crowded bedroom. As the song ends, four brothers open their eyes and realize they are still in a small bedroom; but for a moment, in their minds, they were performing in front of thousands. Band practice comes to an end and they pack up their dream and get washed up for dinner. But Them Morris Boys are not just another "Garage Band", they are brothers, with music as tight as their bond; and though they dream of great success, it is and always will be about the music and family for TMB
Them Morris Boys' father was a small town, guitar picking preacher and their mother, a stay at home mom. They are four of seven children who grew up in a musical family. “Being a part of such a big family, times weren't always easy. Though we never did without, you didn't always get everything you wanted”, says TMB guitar player, Micah Morris. Them Morris Boys' musical journey began with the love of their granddad who left their father with an inheritance when he passed away. Their father took that inheritance and bought each of them their first instrument for the biggest Christmas they can ever remember. As soon as the instruments were unwrapped, practice began; as soon as practice began, the flame was lit. The oldest of TMB and the drummer says, “From then on, no matter what we went through, we always had music and we always had each other”. It's hard to tell if the brotherhood is what makes the music so great, or if the music is what really solidifies their bond, but as the youngest of the group, bassist Morgan Morris, will tell you, “They work together and feed off of each other”, which creates the unstoppable and unbelievably talented force that is Them Morris Boys
Them Morris Boys have recently experienced significant success. They signed a recording contract with Phoenix Record Group, went to Nashville, and released their first album which is now available on iTunes, Amazon and other music downloading websites. Although the list of their goals is about a mile long, for Them Morris Boys, it is and always will be about the music and the bond they share.