Brian Grilli and his successful debut “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”.
Signed to Spectra Music Group, Brian Grilli's new album "Deep South Symphony" is gaining substantial radio airplay and media attention as it continues to climb the Billboard charts week after week. “Deep South Symphony” hit #25 on Billboard's Top Country Album Sales, #20 on Billboard's Top Americana/Folk Album Sales and #15 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (National), #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (South Atlantic) and #3 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (West North Central) Album Chart and his new single “California” is currently being added and played on many Radio Stations. Produced and Recorded by Andy Andersson (Fuel) at the legendary Sound Kitchen Studio in Nashville, TN. with a plethora of prominent musicians such as Peter Keys (Lynyrd Skynyrd), Jason Kott (Brent Cobb, Robert Randolph), Eddie "Cowboy" Long (Jamey Johnson, Hank Williams Jr.), Shannon Boone (Fuel), Steve Peffer (Alabama) and others 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 toured across the US, from Virginia Beach to Los Angeles, sharing some of the biggest 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 a Veteran Ambassador for the Boot Campaign and is a proud voting member of the Americana Music Association.
Brian is currently touring in support of the new album and gaining fans where he goes.