Pod Casts


Recorded Saturday, February 18, 2012 (Running time 7 Min. 10 Sec.)

The Brothers & Co. Entertainers – Gery L. Deer, Jim Karns, Gary Deer Jr., and Ed Jones sit down at Freedom Farm to talk about their variety show and explain how they’re different than the average band out there today.


 A Candid Shot

Recorded Saturday, April 25, 2009 (Running time 18 Min. 4 Sec.)

The Brothers talk about how they got to be where they are and their individual thoughts on what makes the group unique.

In a candid discussion, Jim, Gary Jr., Gery and Ed talk about some of their experiences with the group and how they came to be here.


Did you know? The Brothers & Co. was originally called ‘The Brothers’ and consisted of Gary Jr., Gery and their two uncles, brothers the late Gary Sutton and William Sutton. Jess Young, a close friend of the Deer family joined the group shortly after. Sadly, Jess passed away early in 2008 after a long illness. At his family’s request, Jess wore his “Brothers” uniform to eternity.


 Giving The Brothers & Co. Variety – Whips & Wands 

Recorded Saturday, December 13, 2008

Jim and Gery do much more than just sing with the group. They also provide some

of the fun variety entertainment. In this podcast, they talk about how they fit their

variety act “Whips & Wands” into The Brothers & Co. performances giving

their audiences a peak at old-time entertainment now nearly gone from the stage.



Did you know? Jim Karns is an award-winning member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and Gery L. Deer is the executive educational consultant and founder of the Society of American Whip Artistry.




A Moment with Jim Karns

Recorded Saturday, November 29, 2008 (Running time 15 Min. 6 Sec.)

Our first pod cast!

The newest member of The Brothers & Co., bass singer and magician, Jim Karns,

talks about his experience with the group and how it has changed over the last several years!

Hear, in his own words, how Jim got into performing and music in this fun and very candid

chat with The Brothers & Co.’s ‘leader’ Gery L. Deer


Did you know? The first public performance of “The Brothers” was held in July of 1995 at the New Jasper Township Fire Station. Ironically, a few hours before the rehearsal for the show one day earlier, Gery was involved in a head-on crash between the farm grain truck he was driving and a commercial cement truck.


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