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DeBraun Thomas grew up surrounded by many different musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area. At the age of 15 he began playing in music clubs around the area with his father’s different bands. In 2009 Thomas moved to Lexington, Kentucky to attend the University of Kentucky. He graduated in 2012 and has been focusing on music in addition to working at the local NPR affiliate WUKY. Since 2013, Thomas has been performing his original music as the DeBraun Thomas Trio featuring Lexington veterans Smith Donaldson on bass and Daniel Mohler on drums. His influences range from artists like Jimi Hendrix to Otis Redding and he describes his music as Rock N Soul. Thomas released his first solo album, All My Colors Are Blind in 2015. The album was recorded at Shangri-La Productions in Lexington by Duane Lundy. In addition to playing in different groups in Lexington, he also performs regionally.


Smith Donaldson has played Bass in a lot of bands for the better part of 25 years. Major influences include James Jamerson, Carl Radle, “Duck” Dunn, John Paul Jones, Billy “Bass” Nelson. He hopes to die somewhere warm where they serve cold drinks with umbrellas in them.


A Shelbyville, KY native, Daniel Mohler has been playing drums professionally for 16 years. Stylistically treading the lines between rock, jazz, country, funk, and soul, he has performed extensively throughout the United States and China. He enjoys moonlit walks on the beach with his wife, analytical chemistry and Star Trek the Next Generation. He also hopes to die in a warm tropical place where they serve those drinks with little umbrellas in them.

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