Brian Grilli and his successful debut effort “Damn Good Day” got the Independent music world and the National music scene to take notice. The title track and first single climbed fast on the charts reaching #1 on Indieworld. Brian has written songs for "Sons of Anarchy" and the Award Winning Independent Documentary "Until It Hurts". An accomplished musician and songwriter he has garnered the attention of many prominent players and was invited to play Muriel Anderson’s All Star Guitar Night at Summer NAMM ’14 w/ Brent Mason, Anders Osborne, John Corabi among others. He appeared in September 2014 issue of Guitar Player Magazine.
He released the single "My Hometown" along with accompanying video in 2016. "My Hometown" was co-written with Mitch Malloy and is a testament to his hometown of Lansing, IL. The single sparked interest from many industry professionals as well as received prominent radio play. His prolific songwriting, aggressive yet melodic guitar playing and unique voice took him to the next level.
Signed to Spectra Music Group in 2016, Brian's second effort "Deep SouthSymphony" is to be released in Summer 2018. Produced and Recorded by Andy Andersson (Fuel) at the legendary Sound Kitchen Studio in Nashville, TN. with a plethora of prominent musicians playing on the tracks. Dan Baird (The Georgia Satellites) is featured on two of the tracks. The album has Brian's most mature and personal songs to date.
Brian has had the opportunity to perform across the US, from Virginia Beach to Los Angeles. Brian has shared bigger stages with country stars Blackberry Smoke, Brantley Gilbert, Florida Georgia Line, Eli Young Band, Thomas Rhett, Tyler Farr and Stoney LaRue as well as rockers Cheap Trick, Styx, .38 Special and Lucero.
A former United States Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician and an Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom Combat Veteran, Brian has made his music a means for him to give back to his community. He is an Ambassador for the Boot Campaign and an avid supporter of Combat Wounded Coalition, Wounded EOD Warrior and Navy SEAL Foundation. He sang the National Anthem for over 10,000 people at the 75th Annual Sturgis Rally for the Buffalo Chip's Freedom Day. He is a proud voting member of the Country Music Association and the Americana Music Association.
Brian will be on the road in support of the new album and is well on the way to becoming a household name.