Born to an Army engineer dad and a Spanish-born mom, Scott and Robert Cerny grew up in western Illinois near the border with Iowa. After living for a while in Los Angeles, the two began making demos for their most recent album at Bob’s house in Nashville, and then tracked the project using world-class Nashville musicians. The Cerny Brothers released Looking for the Good Land in the spring and have been touring hard ever since. DittyTV Senior Editor Tim W. Jackson connected with the brothers for this 5 Questions segment. Robert answered the first four questions, while Scott chimed in on No. 5.
5) With a brother act, we have to end with something fun. What’s your best story about two brothers together for months on the road?
Scott – One time we were playing a festival in Colorado and had to leave right after we played so we could drive through the night for a gig the next day. I remember being completely exhausted driving through the cold night trying not to hit deer as we drove through the mountains. When it hit about 7 a.m., it started snowing pretty hard. It shortly turned into a complete whiteout blizzard. Everybody was so tired and so annoyed. I remember our manager Fallon (Neil) randomly started laughing. I was like “What could you possibly be laughing about?” And she said, “The gig today is outside.”