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Big City Brian Wright

Big City Brian Wright - Airline Pilot & Country Music Singer/Songwriter

  Brian was born into a musical family on both sides.  Some are locally famous, others are national.  Being surrounded by that much talent and music, it eventually had to come out.  At 21, he taught himself guitar and had already been a singer since early childhood.  The first push to go live came after the tragic events of 9-11, which put his flying career into an indefinite holding pattern.  Drawn to southern music, mainly traditional country and southern rock, he crafted his first band in 2001, Dixie Highway, and began performing around the Atlanta area.  Having already spent a few years in Nashville since graduating college, circumstances took him back there in 2003, where he began to write and record in a more professional setting.  After investing several years of honing his writing and playing, everyone asked why he was not trying to sell his music, so he responded.  Brian formed a band, The Cross Country Band, which is made up of A-list pickers in Nashville and consists of a power country setup with electric guitars, pedal steel, drums, bass and rhythm, rooted with traditional country sounds of fiddle & banjo.  
   All music is co-produced by Grammy Winning #1 Hit Producer, Matt McClure (Lee Brice).  The band members have a 25+ year career of making hit records.
   Big City Records is targeting secondary reporting stations, specifically those willing to play independent artists, including those with smaller markets who place a focus on a quality, DJ-assisted music selection and NOT just following the trend or command of corporate leadership.  While creating songs with traditional ways of writing and recording, Big City Records is using cutting edge marketing and promotion in today's competitive musical landscape.
   Big City Brian Wright's first full length album, "Honkytonkitis" is scheduled for March of 2016!
  Tired of fake, repetitive, formulated country lyrics?  Wanna hear real songs about real life the way country music was intended?

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