Blackberry Brothers, as a band, was formed in the spring of 2015 and since then they have been consistently following their musical path. On the one hand they tip their hats to greatest rock and blues artists from the 60s and 70s, but on the other they successfully settle their music in contemporary American blues-rock. Blackberry Brothers convincingly refute those who ceaselessly sentence rock'n'roll to certain death. Considering their brief stint on the Polish musical stage, they have already performed at many festivals throughout the country. Their concerts evoked enthusiastic response from the audience during Rawa Blues Festival, Festiwal Muzyczna Jesień in Grodków (one of the first music competitions in Poland), Front Porch Blues in Chorzów, Wszyscy Śpiewamy na Rockowo in Ostrów Wielkopolski and Bluesroads Festival in Kraków. Blackberry Brothers have already gained studio experience while recording their first professional demo at Vintage Records. May 2018 saw release of "Old Soul" - their debut album which meets with favourable reception not only from the reviewers, but, most of all, from Polish and foreign music lovers.


Krzysiek Borodziuk - keys
Bartek Jeżyna - guitar
Kuba Jeżyna - guitar
Hubert Kot - bass
Krystian Kot - drums
Mat Polański - vokal

They create authorial and coherent repertoire excelling at their mellow sound. (...) sextet from Oleśnica consistently refine all elements of their work from album sleeve layout to booklet. Blackberry Brothers compose their music in intelligent way known only to them. It is like drinking finest wine, you sip it slowly appreciating more and more distinctive flavours.
Ryszard Gloger, Kwartalnik Twój Blues

Since their very first album Blackberry Brothers have offered stylish music which combines fresh sound and deep respect towards maestros at the same time. "Old Soul" gains in value with every sitting - the more you listen to it, the more melodies and intricacies you discover even if you might have missed them first.
Robert Filipowski, Teraz Rock

Have seen plenty of. They are a Band. A Monolith. (...) And this is MUSIC. Pervasive MUSIC you get swallowed by and get addicted to. Takes you to the place you never want to return from. Oh, it is sheer MUSIC! I easily put "Old Soul" on a par with Gov't Mule's, Little Feat's or Brother Hawk's albums.
Paweł Michaliszyn, Radio Centrum Kalisz

As Blackberry Brothers draw much of their inspiration from Gov't Mule, Allman Brothers or Derek Trucks, their compositions blend rich and heavy guitars, spare but efficient keys and first class arrangements wrapped up in vintage psychedelic accents. If you add in deep vocal which is perfectly crafted for rock music from the 70s, you get few mighty tunes like "Dusty Road", "Raise Me", "List of Needs", "One More Bird" or "Sweets for Cannibals" (...). ZICAZIC.COM France


It is within the proven magnitude of rock and roll's powers to kindle twin flames in disparate lands and acquaint spirits across time divided. And so it is that for 40 minutes Oleśnica and Jacksonville are a sonic singularity, 2018 and 1974 acoustic kin. As per the virtues of Blackberry Brothers' sweet 'n' smooth, old southern blues. Favorite track: Raise Me. Mike O'Sullivan, Ireland