"AP Brothers Records brings us back to a time, before the internet, when friends could just hang out, listen to music, and have a good time".
It was the Summer of 76, when Thorp and Chuck first met in Little Rock, Arkansas at a friends house for a Jam session. Back then, there were weekly jam sessions with loud music, girls, and fun. We’re not sure if the music they were playing was that great but the band thought they were the Beatles.
Everyone wanted to be a Rockstar. At 20, the thought of getting paid to play in front of a crowd with friends and pick up girls was intoxicating. So Thorp and Chuck formed a band with their friends Mark and Linc and played sets that included ZZ Top, Led Zeppelin, Hendrix, and the Beatles.
Starving artists, The AP Brothers (Thorp and Chuck), started recording their own original comedy songs and recordings and would use them at breaks and after events. Admittedly, most of the material was funnier after a few drinks.
AP Brothers Records brings us back to a time, before the internet, when friends could just hang out, listen to music, and have a good time. The number one goal was to enjoy each other's company and the music. Vinyl records represents a love of music and the live music events at Pammie's Sammies brings us back to a time where we can hang out with friends and enjoy a good jam session.
AP Brothers Records and Pammie's Sammies are committed to providing live entertainment on a regular basis. Due to the continued impact of COVID-19, we have temporarily stopped live performances for the safety of our performers and audience. We continue to monitor the progress on vaccinations and CDC guidelines. As soon as it is safe, we will resume the live performances again.
There is a host of talent in the local area and we plan to showcase as much of it as we can. Thanks to everyone who turned out to hear these great performers over the past several months. Keep monitoring our website for updates.