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Marissa serves as the Convention Marketing Coordinator for Visit Indy. Although she is not an Indy-native, she now calls it her adopted home. She loves Indy for many reasons, one of which being its vibrant arts and culture scene and how ingrained it is into the community. She is thrilled to play a role in promoting her favorite local artists, musicians, actors and legacies every day to visitors. She and her family can usually be found tasting local brews, enjoying an evening in Fountain Square/Fletcher Place or strolling through Garfield Park.

OCTOBER 11, 2019

Feelin' the Love with The Brothers Footman

Indy has been the stomping ground for many visionaries who went on to do great things: Madam CJ Walker, John Green, Mari Evans, President Benjamin Harrison, Kurt Vonnegut, Maria Cantwell, David Letterman, Adam Lambert, to name a few. You never truly know who in your community will follow in those footsteps. 

Introducing The Brothers Footman...

Dikembe, G (Gerald), Sauce (Micah) and BubbyB (Joshua) Footman are four brothers who are making those strides. Hailing from Indy’s east-side, they form one of Indy’s best kept secrets - The Brothers Footman. When asked to describe their genre, the brothers say “summa music – summa this, summa that.” Much like Indy, their sound and style are unique and uplifting. They draw inspiration from artists like Indiana-native John Mellencamp, James Brown, The Jackson 5, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, The Beatles and many other standouts. 


Watching them perform is infections – you can’t help but smile and sing along to their musical creations. They’ve already inspired audiences in major cities like New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, New Orleans and of course, Indy. The brothers will be wowing more crowds in Iowa, DC, and Virginia during their current tour.

They currently have four original singles released including their hit song “Indiana” which proclaims feeling Hoosier pride no matter where you are. The Brothers Footman will surely feel that as they “travel out east, travel out west, and even travel down south” during their promising career. 

Stay in the loop with all things The Brothers Footman by visiting their website, following them on social media and Spotify, and by subscribing to their vlogs on YouTube. 

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