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Oh, hey – we are the SoBros.We have been ranked as Nashville’s greatest source of laughs, movies, Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators, SEC football, and every other engaging topic in history of all time of ever by Encyclopedia Britannica. The Associated Press labeled us as Nashville’s brightest young minds, and Tom Arnold once said we were funny (this part’s actually true).
Read your piece. U guys R actually very funny. Made me laugh. We need that. Good luck 2U. Also what I said 100%. Research it.
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) October 31, 2016
First and foremost, this is a comedy brand. We’re built for chuckles and refinement is indeed optional, folks. We just have fun, and we want you to have fun.
If you’re reading this page because you want to get to know the handsome devils who are pouring out that #CONTENT for you guys, well, come on in. We’re always happy to make a new friend, and we’re always willing to welcome y’all on in.
We’ve all been described as vulgar, inappropriate, degenerates, hilarious, beautiful, charismatic, heathens, classless, classy, nice, smoldering, voluptuous, drunks, scumbags, saints, and best of all, girthy.
We’re honestly hoping to make the world a better place through our own brand of humor. Maybe that’s sad? No one knows. Read at your own risk.
The Four Horsemen of Nashville
Stoney Keeley founded the SoBros Network in 2013 after years of toiling aimlessly through life. That’s it – seriously, there’s no greater inspiration for this site. More on that here.
He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University (Harvard of the South, heeyyyyy) class of 2008. With a degree in Psychology, Big Natural knows how to put your mind in a pretzel. It’s kind of magic. More so, he knows about the sports ball (Titan Up, Roll Tide), the WWE, and considers himself an expert in having a good time…..
If he was a comedian, all of Big Natural’s jokes would somehow come back to butt-chugging. Coincidentally, this is also why Big Natural is not a stand-up comic.
Stoney has covered the Tennessee Titans for Pro Football Spot and Titan Sized, the WWE for WrestlingNews.co, Alabama football for Bama Hammer. He’s been featured twice on Outkick The Coverage, once on Bleacher Report, and once on FOX Sports. He has been known to enjoy the smell of seasonal candles…citing “a real man does what he wants regardless of what people think.”
Brandon Vick is the SoBros resident movie critic. A student of film for nearly 20 years, Brandon graduated from MTSU with a degree in Electronic Media Production. Having minored in Film Studies, his appreciation for the art of film extends to the origin of the craft. He also began watching movies at age four, when he escaped the zoo where he was held captive throughout the early years of his life.
If Mr. Vick had put all the money he’s spent on movie tickets into a 401k, he’d likely be on a beach sipping margaritas instead of runnin’ round with this bunch. You name a movie: he can give you a review of it. But, hell, we’re happy to have him.
Known for his outlandish sense of humor, Brandon is the type of guy you have to warn your friends about before they meet him. Brandon and Stoney met in the first grade, when they were the only two kids in class left crying when their parents left.
Oh, you think that’s funny? Well, why don’t you try finding a lifelong friend that you still keep in touch with? That’s what I thought.
Need someone to survive the zombie apocalypse with? Poppa Bear may be your safest bet. A physical therapist by day, Poppa Bear is a walking, talking Swiss army knife.
He’s been known to fix doors with butter knives, build wrestling rings in backyards, and grow the finest tomatoes this side of the Mississippi! Poppa Bear is the lead SEC contributor to the SoBros Network, and is an expert in the Southern way of life.
Most of the time, Poppa Bear fills the critical role of ‘moral compass’ when the rest of the gang says things that qualify as ‘human abominations.’
Cadbury Pringlebatch is the real wild card of the bunch. He once stumbled onto the set of a Power Hour podcast thinking it was an AA meeting. The SoBros studio could not be further from an AA meeting, but we accepted him regardless. He’s kind of a savant when it comes to investing, tech, music, culture, and really everything.
We’re willing to look past his affinity for YMCA steam rooms in exchange for the great content he provides. Of course, Cadbury knows that the way to win in life (and football) is to move the chains.
If only he’d stop putting googly eyes on everything in the studio.
Rubber Rooster is, quite simply, a wealth of knowledge. I have no idea how she ended up running around with this ragtag bunch of thought-bandits, but she’s here, and hey – we’re probably all better for it. The author of our ‘History Lesson’ column, Rubber Rooster is well-versed in any kind of history ever, and she has been and will always be the steady voice of reason on this site and podcast. I dare anyone on Earth to win an argument with her – the unquestioned secret weapon of the SoBros Network.
Ralph Wiggum covers it all for The SoBros Network – breaking news, politics, technology, anything of importance going on in the world. He is also an expert turtle photographer, and only exists in the shadows.
Gorgeous Boyd went to Fashion Week once in Savannah, Georgia in 1992. After falling in love with the world of fashion, he would go on to work for 20 years at Dillard’s. Now, he’s brought his passion for fashion to The SoBros Network.
When the idea to create the SoBros Jam Session as apart of our YouTube launch, there was only one man whose shoulder’s were capable of carrying the franchise: Bob. A longtime guitar player, singer, and song writer, Bob’s music room is a veritable haven of instruments. And, this sonofagun can play ’em all.
Herbie Brooks is the Lead Nashville Predators Analyst for SoBros Network and co-hosts the Talking Preds Podcast (@TalkingPreds). He knows three things: beating Commies, winning Gold Medals, and having great hair.
Jonas Brotherly is a comic book/movie enthusiast and dedicated Denver Broncos fan who survived the Brian Griese era. An unapologetic lover of a good conspiracy theory who is willing to go out into the deep end with his thoughts and opinions.
Smokey covers the Tennessee Volunteers for the SoBros Network. He loves a good backpacking trip, but hates taking a shit in the woods.
Mama C is a mother of three, wife, lover of Bama football and sea turtles.
Dick Doyle is the Lead MLB Analyst for The SoBros Network. A former player and coach, Doyle is a firm believer in that you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.
John Mosley is the independent wrestling and TV aficionado of the SoBros Network. He graduated from ETSU with a degree in Radio, TV and Film along with a minor in Film Studies. Since graduating he’s done pretty much nothing but watch, film, edit or commentate for local wrestling promotions and is the current color commentator for Resolute Wrestling. #Preds #Titans #DefendOrVacateConor
Biffy (No Twitter)
Biffy is the whiskey and cigar fueled NBA and NCAA Basketball Analyst for SoBros Network.
Dick Flamingo is the Opinion Columnist that replaced Manny Ramirez Fan when Manny disappeared in the Fall of 2017. He refers to himself as a “champion of not givin’ a fuck.”
Joshua Huffman was born and collegiately edumacated in Middle Tennessee. That said, Huffman spent 13-plus years with the type of Northern Wisconsinites and Yoopers who turn Nashville bars into alcohol wastelands whenever NFC North teams travel to play the Tennessee Titans. This makes him the NoBro of SoBros.
He has published content for Yahoo! Sports (via Contributor Network) and Titan Sized, among other venues. At SoBros, he’ll provide Daily Fantasy Sports suggestions and broad sports coverage. Check out more of his musings at his blog, Millennial on Maple Street.
There’s a yin and a yang to all of these personalities. We just hope you find something to hold onto in here.