Meet the Brewster Guys: Scott, Jon, and Andrew


From left: Andrew Carleen, Jon Dorn, Harrison Quinn (co-founder), Scott McEwen; at the summit of Snow Mountain, New York, 2015.


Once upon a time, Brewster Productions owners Scott McEwen, Jon Dorn, and Andrew Carleen spent their afternoons running the trails of South Plymouth as members of their high school cross country team. When not in school or running in the woods, they spent their spare time making goofy movies and going to concerts at the little clubs around Boston and Providence.

Nowadays they produce the concerts themselves, befriending troubadours of all sorts as they pass through the Northeast, discovering more awesome new music than they know what to do with. And they still make the goofy movies.

The Brewster Guys:

SCOTT MCEWEN is a carpenter, carpentry teacher at the Home for Little Wanderers in Plymouth, and a dynamite candle pin bowler.

Favorite bands/artists: Brand New, The Format, The Starting Line.

Elsewhere on the Internet: Twitter | Four String Films

JON DORN is an independent filmmaker, cartoonist, teacher at Bridgewater State University and Cambridge Community Television. He plays hand percussion with his band Theodore Ruxpin, Eva Walsh, and other local artists from time to time.

Favorite bands/artists: Streetlight Manifesto, Brand New, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, Midtown, Ben Folds, Jake Hill, Rodeo Ruby Love, James Taylor, Westbound Train

Elsewhere on the Internet: | Twitter | Tumblr | Vimeo | Facebook | Four String Films | Bandcamp | Instagram


andrew-prof2013ANDREW CARLEEN is an occasional writer and blogger on the local music scene in southeastern Massachusetts. He has written and starred in several satirical and promotional web series.  Andrew spent five years in the U.S. Navy and served as a public affairs officer on a deployment to Afghanistan and during several tours in the Arabian Gulf.

Favorite bands/artists: The Pogues, Tom Waits, Streetlight Manifesto, Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution, Brand New, The Doors, Old Crow Medicine Show.

Elsewhere on the Internet: Four String Films | Sully For America