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Brian currently has five cds in print and it took him a while to
record them. The first was released in 1983, with two in 1998 and the
most recent in 2004. Most of the songs are original, written by
Brian and his brother, Steve.
Music by Brian and the band is recorded and distributed by
Sourdough Recordings of Sandy, Utah. Sourdough Recordings - Cowgrass®
Land of the Midday Moon
Recorded in 1984, this album is still
Brian's personal favorite. It features twelve original songs and
includes the Fur Rendezvous Song, which almost made Brian
famous and is arguably the most popular song in Alaskan history after North
to Alaska and Happy Birthday. This album also features When
the Snow Flies in the Mountains
Recorded in 2004 Cowboy Classics is
Brian's collaboration with veteran musicians Dave Hunt and Tim
Morrison. The cd includes twelve of their favorite cowboy songs,
with three part harmonies and ripping fiddle, banjo and guitar parts.
High Sierra Sky
High Sierra Sky is a cowboy
classic, with 12 original cowboy tunes by Brian and his brother, Steve.
Released in 1998, High Sierra Sky was a long time in the making
but worth the wait. It includes such favorites as High Lonesome
and Mama Was a Rodeo Queen - A true story. Brian is really
proud of this one.
Released in November, 1999, Nevada
combines Brian's newest Nevada songs like Eureka and Friendly
in Fernley with Life is a Thrill in McGill and the Winnemucca
Boogie with Leroy and Me. The result is a compact disc of 12
original songs that captures the heart of the silver state. Lots of
folks say this is his best.
Creepin' Along is Uinta Serenade's first
cd. The recording brings you some of America's favorite train songs,
familiar fiddle tunes and, of course, Brian's newest original songs,
including: Creepin' Along, I've Been Working on the Heber Valley
Railroad, A Family Oriented Cocktail Lounge in Utah, and Sing Me an Old
Cowboy Song. This recording captures all of the excitement and
elegance of Uinta Serenade.
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