At the age of 9 years old, Brian joined his elementary school band and chorus and found his passion for music. 12 instruments and many years later, Brian is making more music than ever before and is always excited to be on stage, sharing his works to audiences of all ages. Playing at venues such as Dutchess Stadium, The Chance, and The Falcon, Brian has years of experience but still always loves to try new things and improve his set.
Brian’s taste in music spreads over very many different artists and genres. At a very young age he was exposed to the works of Billy Joel, Rod Stewart and The Police. Brian quickly realized that country was his home however, imitating artists like Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson and Vince Gill alike. In his current set, you will hear songs originally done by Hunter Hayes, Keith Urban and even Ronnie Milsap, all whom Brian gives credit to as strong influences on his craft. Other artists that Brian claims as influences are John Mayer, Van Morrison and Phil Collins.
Recently Brian has opened for the "Hudson Valley's premier teen band", Six Stories Told, at summer festivals in Montgomery and Florida. Brian's also opened for Jason Casterlin at the Orange County Chopper's Cafe in Newburgh, and he's shared the stage with great talent like Dan Avery, the Knox Sisters and 12 year old singing-sensation Emma Bilyou. Brian has played on 93.5 WTBQ radio, 103.1 Fox radio, and has appeared as a musical guest on “Keepin’ Country Strong” (Channel 23 Access TV) in Port Jervis.
Brian is releasing his first studio EP, Inspired, in January, 2014. "It's really just the opening chapter of this crazy ride, things that I've wanted to say and be heard for years now." It is safe to say that Brian’s already seasoned music career is just getting started. [+]
Created: March 6, 2016, 7:54 p.m.
Last Modified: June 10, 2016, 3:27 a.m.