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Brian Nolf

The Variety Music Master, Brian Nolf. He’s been hailed by fans and peers alike as Nashville’s Michael Buble´. A fresh face singing a timeless variety of musical styles. The smooth vocal style of George Strait, the range of emotion and energy of Keith Urban, and the class of a young Tony Bennett. Now consider we’re talking about a highly-respected “singer’s singer” in the business...a vibrant musical statesman with a rich and undeniable pedigree.

If you have been watching the growth of the Nashville music scene on radio and television over the last couple of decades, you have been watching and listening to Brian Nolf. He first established his name with The Nolfs, prompting the band’s move to Nashville in 1990. Since then he has performed hundreds of times on the Grand Ole Opry. He has been on Letterman, Conan, and Ferguson. You have seen him as a member of “Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives”, where his tasty musicianship garnered him a Grammy© nomination. Brian has worked with Dolly Parton, Andy Griffith, Connie Smith, Porter Wagoner, John Anderson, Keith Urban, Travis Tritt, and the list goes on. His vocals have been featured on over 2,000 demos, CBS daytime TV, the Lifetime Network, and a movie montage on the 78th Annual Academy Awards.
Fusing traditional roots with his own progressive vision and performance style, Brian is bringing his creative talents back to Northern Michigan as he already has to the world. It’s time to experience the next evolution live performance in Michigan and elsewhere, and Brian Nolf is leading the way. He’s out there now, wowing audiences, winning fans, and shaping the future of our musical landscape.