Lance Michael leazer was born in Houston, Texas and was raised in multiple different parts of the world. His father served in the military, so he traveled from a young age. His love for music started as early as he can remember, banging on pots and pans as a child. He listens to every genre of music and truly appreciates music for what it is, art. He served five years in the United States Marine Corps, where he met his brother and fellow founding member of the Bourbon Brothers, Brendan John Pugh. He now serves as the frontman for the group.
Brendan John Pugh is a passionate and dedicated music professional with the talent and mindset to succeed. Originally from Maryland, he now resides in Central Florida, where he relocated to pursue music after serving eight and a half years in the United States Marine Corps. Prior to moving to Florida, Brendan co-founded the band with Lance and set out to find like-minded professionals and dreamers, passionate about leaving a mark in the music industry. Since then, he and Lance joined forces with Logan. Brendan is currently endorsed by Hoxey Guitars and Blue Magic Strings.
Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Logan Enderle plays bass and is one of two guitarists and backup vocalists for the Orlando-based Southern Rock band The Bourbon Brothers. He recently relocated to central Florida where he joined forces with The Bourbon Brothers. Previous to The Bourbon Brothers, Logan spent time touring with various Kansas City and St. Louis regional acts across the Midwest as well as doing extensive studio work.
Influences include: Rush, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Limp Bizkit, TOOL, Foreigner, ZZ Top, Rival Sons, John Mayer, Third Eye Blind, The Night Game, Primus, Van Halen, Brett Eldredge, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Blackberry Smoke, Alice in Chains, Pantera, etc...
Logan is endorsed by and exclusively plays Hoxey Guitars, Blue Magic Strings, and Thermion Amps. He's also endorsed by ClearSonic.
You may also see Logan playing various Gibson, Fender, PRS, Enderle Custom Guitars, Supro, Godin, Taylor, and Hagstrom Guitars paired with Orange, Marshall, Friedman, BadCat, and Victory Amps.