Brodie Foster Hubbard was born in 1978 and grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. He is an American Country music and Rock singer, songwriter and a guitarist. He later moved to Los Angeles, California. Brodie Foster Hubbard played alongside with Punk Rock and Hardcore Punk Rock bands for several years. In October 1999 he made a switch to playing his own compositions in Solo capacity that got Brodie recognition for his catchy hooks, personal lyrics and his Guitar playing style.
Brodie Foster Hubbard started off his career playing the Indie pop music and after his divorce he plunged into a more intense, darker materials such as Murder Ballads, something which he said was ‘Outlaw Country’ which he later dubbed it as his own version of “Outlaw Indie Rock”. Brodie’s songs and lyrics have had significant connection with domestic voilence, revenge, comparisons between love and heartbreak strangulation, stabbings etc. For example one of his songs like “No Faith” had visuals like bludgeoning of a man by shovel and desert burial of a man caught sleeping with the lover of the song's narrator. Hubbard wears a tatoo that depicts a broken heart surrounded by his initials on his right shoulder which later went on to become his logo.
Hubbard later went on to become a Music Promoter and a Political Activist back in Phoenix, Arizona. He has been involved in some political activities like working with Irish Human Rights Coalition. On Sept 11, 2002, he held a concert to raise funds for the “Revolutionary Association of Women of Afghanistan” which incidintally also marked the first anniversary of the Sept 11th attacks on World Trade Centre.
Brodie Hubbard is a fan of country icons such as Johnny Cash and Pasty Cline. He now continues to play shows in Los Angeles and of late he has been making forays into pursuing a career in film production and television. He also appeared in a role as a Drug Dealer for a movie called “The Weathered Underground”.