"New York's Brought Low enhance their classic and Southern rock evocations with a Queen-bred punked-out, broken-muffler rumble and roar led by frontguy Ben Smith's encyclopedic guitar licks." - BOSTON PHOENIX New York's Brought Low come on like a boogie rock "Wild Bunch," clothes sullied with the dirt of a thousand dive bars, as trubulent and unassailable as the city that birthed them. Their music is rooted in the vintage hard rock of The Stones, THe Who, and Humble Pie and deliverd with the boisterous zeal of a Big Apple street choir. Singer/guitarist Benjamin Howard Smith and drummer Nick Heller have been the nucleus of the band from the first loud, passionate shows to the universally lauded 2001 debut full-length on Tee Pee Records. Following its release, the band set off on myriad low-rent tours, making a memorable appearance at 2002's SXSW, and was featured on Small Stone's Sucking the '70s compilation. 2003 saw the addition of second guitarist Kevin Eleven and bassist Bob Russell, whose low-end rumble anchors a raucous performance style that would make the MC5 proud.