Tuesday, December 20, 2016
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. Appeared in September 2014 issue of Guitar Player Magazine.
Signed to the Spectra Music Group in 2016, Brian's self titled second effort is to be released in 2017. 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. 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 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.
Look for the new Brian Grilli album in 2017. A former United States Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician and an Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom Veteran, Brian has made his music a means for him to give back to his community. He is an avid supporter of Wounded Wear, 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. Brian will be on the road in support of the new album and is well on the way to becoming a household name.
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Monday, December 19, 2016
Born in Columbus, Georgia, where he started playing guitar and drums at the age of 12, Walter "Mucho" Scott's big break came in 1988 when opening up for Guy in Columbus Georgia. As a member of The Basic Black Band, Mucho and his fellow band members were asked by Gene Griffin to travel to New York to play behind the R&B group, Today, who was on tour with Teddy Riley and Guy. Basic Black, an integral part of the New Jack Swing era, soon after recorded a single on the Sounds of New York label, and was later picked up by Motown Records, where Mucho served as a songwriter and producer, in addition to being a vocalist and musician in the band. Basic Black had hits such as "Special Kind of Fool" and "She's Mine" which garnered huge airplay in the early 1990s.
Basic Black was later dismantled, with its members pursuing various musical projects, and Mucho moved to Virginia Beach to join forces with Teddy Riley, where he produced hits for MC Lyte, Blackstreet, Guy, Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, LL Cool J, SWV, Big Bub, Gerald Levert, Amerie, and the incomparable Michael Jackson. Mucho has been called the "King of Remixes," with remixes for Patti LaBelle and Keith Sweat, in addition to the artists above.
While in Virginia, Mucho also wrote and produced songs for his new group, 911, where he served as one of the groups vocalists. Over the years, Mucho has continued to write and produce hit music in Atlanta, and is now releasing his electrifying single, "Mary" which has garnered musical acclaim in the Pop genre.
Get the new single "Mary" by Mucho Scott on Friday, January 13th, 2017 on all digital download platforms.
Pre-order "Mary" By Mucho Scott on itunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mary-single/id1184741155
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