Brandon Prinzing has had an uncommon journey when it comes to music.  With early roots in punk and rock and roll, a traumatic life event at 21 turned him from musician to full time live in nurse for the next 6 years.  Effectively ending his time in the music scene for the foreseeable future.

But what seemed like the end of a musical career and a deep dark hole wound up being the driving force for what became Brandon Prinzing & The Old Revival.  Nothing inspires honest, true songwriting like honest, true devastation and heartache. With more than enough defeat, loss, and struggle to draw from, he found his voice as a songwriter that later became his signature defiant style. Driven by brutally honest, personal, yet relatable lyrics, he drew attention from Aaron Gillespie of Underoath and The Almost.  With his support as a producer and studio musician the debut album “Hear This” was made.

As the full sound came into focus, the heartfelt songwriting was backed up by a band of equal passion, and The Old Revival was born.  Longtime friend and previous band mate Jesse Martinez took his place on bass, with the new addition of Gus Hulstein on drums and Jared Britton on lead guitar.  This created a high energy, no holds barred live show that matched the passion and intensity of the lyrical content.

Brandon Prinzing & The Old Revival has a simple concept.  They believe music makes us feel alive, and the few hours you spend at their show should be a revival.  No matter what believe, what you look like or where come from, music saved Brandon Prinzing’s life, and he wants it to save yours too.