Brandon’s passion for music began at a very young age, when he would sing alongside his twin brother Brent. Around the age of eight, he started playing his dad’s bass guitar, but quickly switched to the electric guitar and fell in love. At ten, Brandon landed his first gig with twin brother Brent backing him on the drums during a school assembly. This ignited a fire in the two to play more live shows. Throughout the next few years, Brandon spent endless hours practicing guitar and upon his discovery of the incredibly talented Stevie Ray Vaughan, Brandon knew he wanted to pursue a career in music.
The Gibbs Brothers Band was formed and they began touring and writing and recording their own music. Their reputation for harmonies, instrumentation, and pure entertainment was earning them more opportunities than most unsigned bands ever see. They would record three albums New Breed, Brothers N Arms, and Cover Up the Mess during their ten years together, but the time came for the brothers to part ways.
In 2010, Brandon began traveling extensively as a solo act and working alongside Eric Brittingham. (Cinderella) In 2012, Cheap Thrill was formed, a band that toured nationally and internationally. Brandon continued writing during downtime, his song, This Town, was picked up by the John Force Racing Team and was eventually used for ESPN’s NHRA division for three consecutive seasons.
In June 2014, Brandon joined forces with Rikki Rockett (Poison), Tracii Guns (L. A. Guns), and Eric Brittingham (Cinderella) to form Devil City Angels. The band was soon with Century Media Music. Their first single, All My People, was used in the State Farm segment on the 2014 Monday Night Football Countdown. Devil City Angels released their self-entitled record in September of 2015 and it received raving reviews.
On April 17, 2015 in Miami, FL, Brandon kicked off the Monsters of Rock pre-party with what was announced as surprise performance by "The Special Guests" Poison fans were thrilled to find Bobby Dall, CC DeVille, and Rikki Rockett on stage and Brandon belting out the Poison songs fans have loved for years.
2018 you will see and hear something Brandon has always wanted to do. Brandon's heart and soul pour out of him when he writes a song. His style is best described as pop-rock country, his energetic stage presence and skills on the guitar continue to captivate audiences and there is more to come, " 2018 could very well be the best year yet" says Gibbs.