- For Brennan, a life in music started with a tiny band in a tiny barn in Arkansas at age 10, spawning a passion for live performance and the connection within. A multi-instrumentalist, Brennan's primary instrument is guitar, but he has played live and recorded bass, harmonica, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, saxophone and piano at multiple studios in Boston, New York, Nashville and Los Angeles. He's written and recorded on music row in Nashville with artists and producers like four time Grammy Winner Michael Omartian (Christopher Cross, Steely Dan, Donna Summer) and two time Grammy winner David Hall (Frank Sinatra, Kenny Chesney) at Blackbird Studios.
As the artist ever morphing, his projects have led him from classic rock, to punk, through folk & psychedelia and back again.
After being accepted to Berklee College of Music in Boston at age 16, Brennan fell in love with Michigan and decided to attend Interlochen Arts Academy beforehand. In 2012, he became the first student accepted into the brand new singer-songwriter program at Interlochen under the instruction of Courtney Kaiser-Sandler.
Brennan has also been involved in three nationwide tours this year with The House on Cliff, a new, high energy Boston-based rock band who has a fresh EP coming out this summer produced by Dan Whittemore in Los Angeles at Madden Studios (Good Charlotte). During the tour Brennan has played historic venues such as The Troubadour and the Mint in Los Angeles, The Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, the Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia and, just recently, opened for Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers at Meadowbrook Amphitheater in New Hampshire on June 29th.
You can find Brennan's music at the following sites: www.ghostcoaster.com, www.blueeyedsunmusic.com, www.brynmarcon.com, and www.thehouseoncliff.com. [+]
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