through Murray, where Austin and I met,” says member Brooks Hoffman. “It’s a road that brings a lot of people
together, which is what we try to do with our music,” adds fellow member Austin Gee. Their early success proves
the duo has done just that. With hit song “Plane Crazy” surpassing 1M streams, a recent booking deal, and hundreds of hometown fans behind them, there’s little doubt the boys of
SixForty1 have found their footing and are quickly paving their way to a place amongst the genre’s top artists.
With the help of a fan-funded campaign, SixForty1 recorded ‘Plane Crazy’ - and gained enough momentum to make
the move to Music City.
The track sparked interest from Morris Higham Management’s Aaron Keiser, who’s also
responsible for Brantley Gilbert’s day-to-day management. “We’d had interest from a few different managers, but
Aaron immediately jumped in and began working for us before we even had a contract signed. It was clear he
believed in us - he was the missing piece.”
With a management and a booking deal in place, SixForty1 is currently back in the studio recording new music.
“We love people, and we love showing
people a good time. That’s what SixForty1 is all about - bringing people together."