Beni Brosh is an Americana singer-songwriter based out of Fort Collins, Colorado. His songs are honest and heartfelt, cleverly crafted and musically rich. Utilizing his guitar case as a kick drum, Beni's one-man-band set up showcases his original songs rooted in rock and roll, folk, blues, and outlaw country music. His influences range from Neil Young, the Rolling Stones, John Prine, Willie Nelson and Townes Van Zandt to more modern folk/Americana music like Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, and The Lumineers.
After five years of touring with the folk rock trio The Coteries, Beni decided to part ways with the band to pursue a solo career at the end of 2017. The band performed at venues and festivals in 46 states, and shared stages with musical acts such as Whippoorwill, A.J. Fullerton, WoodBelly, Sierra Hull, The Ghost of Paul Revere, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, The Black Lillies, The War and Treaty and many more. He now calls the Front Range of northern Colorado his home and is currently buttoning up his first full length album, "Hole Hearted," which is set for release in May of 2019.