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Published on June 9th, 2022 | by TLV News

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Catch Country Siblings Burnham Road Two Nights at The Library in Oxford, Mississippi Friday and Saturday June 10–11, 2022

Burnham Road is a country band with a little edge based out of Brandon, Mississippi. Lead vocals are split between brother and sister duo TJ and Laura-Leigh Burnham. They have very strong harmonies while rocking the stage together.

TJ also plays rhythm guitar while he charms the crowd. Laura-Leigh stirs things up a bit when she takes the lead with some edge and attitude. Lead guitar player Rodney Canoy has his own unique tone that makes this band stand out from all the rest. Simon Williams is solid when it comes to playing the bass guitar and is a very talented musician. David Weeks, Jr. rocks out our beats on the drums and keeps the crowd energized.

Each member comes from all areas of Mississippi and have different backgrounds of music. When Burnham Road takes the stage together they create a very solid unique sound you won’t hear anywhere else. While playing their original music along with Today’s Top 40 Hits and ’90s country this group knows how to rock the stage bringing an edge to country music.

Burnham Road has opened for acts such as Little Big Town, Josh Turner, Phil Vassar, Brian Davis, JT Hodges, Steve Azar, The Lacs, The Moonshine Bandits, Outshyne, Easton Corbin, Colt Ford, Jason Michael Carroll, and Jacob Bryant.

You can find their EP titled Cheers to Goodbye now on iTunes, Spotify, Google play, and many more music apps. Check them out and spread Burnham Road around the world.

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