A friend described an early version of Brian's first album as "Jack Johnson meets the Allman Brothers."
Brian started with piano at 7, and then guitar at 11. By 20, he'd played Carnegie Hall with jazz great Gerry Mulligan (and his school jazz band), and by 25, he'd played The Mint in LA with artist/producer Dan Mackenzie. He was also part of a two-year composition seminar that included Lisa Loeb, Dan Mackenzie, Dan Seiden, and Jon Feinberg.
After 50, Brian started playing music full time, and working on his first album, "Two by Two," which should be out later this summer. Catch him at a local show, or send him a note.