Tribute and Variety
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4 to 6 names.
The audience gets to hear a variety of artists. Win Win!
heard a variety of country and pop music growing up, with
influences that went from Don Williams, George Jones, and Clint
Black to Buddy Holly, and James Taylor. He'd even turn on the
local classical station at night as he drifted off to sleep.
"I loved music, and I could sing you every song on the
radio," he says. “The pursuit itself can be constant,"
he says, "whether you're writing or making the album or
getting it ready for release, that sometimes you can lose sight of
the thrill of it. But there are moments, like when we've been in
the studio for three hours and everything's kind of getting tired
and I just stop and think, 'I'm really doing this, the thing I
dreamed about when I was a little kid,' and the fact that I've
been given this opportunity can blow my mind."
He recognizes the role of good fortune, of the good people around
him, and hard work and dedication in the mix that is his first
taste of success. "I feel like I'm very fortunate to be
here," he says, "but also like I'm supposed to be
Brian was born in Bethesda, Maryland but moved to Harrison,
Arkansas at the age of four. He grew up in the Ozark Mountains
developing his love and passion for all types of music. He
set out to pursue a career as a singer/songwriter of country music
when he moved to Nashville in the late 1990s.
While pursuing song writing, he made contacts that led to his
first publishing deal and eventually his contract with Disney’s
Lyric Street Records in late 2000. There Brian released his debut
album, which produced both a top ten, and a top 20 single on the
country music charts, ("99.9%
Sure" and "You're in My
Head") and two top fifteen videos. He tirelessly
supported the album with touring on shows such as CMT’s Most
Wanted Live arena tour, and continued in clubs, fairs, festivals
and amphitheaters across the country. Although Brian has been
considered a ‘left-of-center’ country artist, his last five
singles have been Billboard top 40 charters, finding fans both in
and out of country’s mainstream audience.