"Pitchforks isn't just a calling card -- it's one of those rare albums that perfectly encapsulates the inner life of the person creating it." - NoDepression.com
Asher Brown is a political folk singer/songwriter currently based out of Minneapolis, MN.
Pitchforks, Asher's debut album, is a collection of songs documenting the pivotal moments of transition in his life - coming to terms with loss, embracing uncertainty, and navigating vulnerability. In the midst of chaos, Asher clung to music - an old, faithful friend.
Armed with a degree from Berklee College of Music, Asher has been steadily making a name for himself as a songwriter sharing the stories of the unpopular and unrepresented. Fresh off his first Midwest tour by way of Boston and Chicago, Asher was the People's Choice Winner for Cedar Valley PrideFest 2017, and has been featured on Iowa Public Radio (IPR), KRUI, and FTM Magazine. In April 2017, Asher's song Brother In The Sky placed him as a featured artist on ReverbNation's homepage as a crowd reviewed favorite.