“With the Good Old Days video, everyone will get a window into what it’s like touring with us, through the ups and downs, with a few bonus characters added into the mix. At its heart, this music video highlights that extra special magic that we feel whenever we travel and perform for our fans. There is truly nothing like it.”
“‘Good Old Days’ is really autobiographical. Almost every line comes from some memory we have out on the road together or hanging out just being brothers. It’s written about a couple in love, but the heart of the song is about not letting the present slip by. Someday we’re all going to look back and realize that these were the ‘good old days.’ The two of us often try and remember that in our career and family life now, both in the highs and the lows.”
Last month, the country duo released their brand new EP, “Reminder.”
“After writing over 40 songs since our last album, we had a mountain of material to experiment within the studio. We finally landed on something that feels quintessentially Abrams: it sounds nostalgic for the past, but it’s a reflection of exactly who we are right now,” John and James Abrams say. “We’re family guys who have always believed that life and love are inseparable ideas. It’s how we feel coming home after a tour. It’s how we feel when the little moments become the best memories. To take Alan Jackson’s words, country music is ‘a lot about livin’ and a little ’bout love.’ That’s what has always motivated our music.”
The Abrams turned heads during Country Music Week in September in Calgary with their memorizing performances at the CCMA Awards Fan Village and at the Sakamoto Mixer at Ranchman’s. The Abrams’ live set is one not to be missed. They will be touring throughout November in Ontario with more dates being announced soon.
As fourth-generation musicians, The Abrams have taken the “family business” to a whole new level.
The release of their debut EP with Warner Music led to a win at the CMAO Awards. The Abrams took home an award again earlier this month at this year’s ceremony held in Ottawa. Knowing what they can accomplish in the studio, and how to translate that to the stage, The Abrams have taken their place alongside Canada’s best-known country music stars.
CATCH THE ABRAMS ON TOUR:
November 1 London, ON The Aeolian Hall
November 2 Chatham, ON Chatham Capitol Theatre
November 6 Markham, ON Flato Markham Theatre
November 8 Guelph, ON River Run Centre
November 13 Ottawa, ON Overflow Brewing Company
November 14 Burlington, ON Burlington Performing Arts Centre
November 15 Mississauga, ON The Living Arts Centre
November 16 Brantford, ON Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts