“Country music tells stories of real people feeling real pain. I want to tell these stories and move people to see that there is always a way to move forward through the pain to the dreams of a better life ahead”. – Brian L. Wells - guitarist, vocalist and author of “Everything’
In addition to the new single, Brian L. Wells recently released a debut album - “This Is Our Great Country”, and is working on his next CD. Joining Brian on the debut CD were Ritchie Rubini (drums, keyboards, acoustic guitar and background vocals), Ray Gagliardino (bass), Dave Duncan (guitar), Shaun Dougherty (acoustic guitar – “Hold Me Close While We Dance”), John Farrell (pedal steel – “Brother, How I Miss You” and “My Best Friend”) and Olivia Rubini (vocals – “My Best Friend”). All songs were produced by Ritchie Rubini and published by Wells Dance & Music/ BMI, except “My Brothers and Me”, “Brother, How I Miss You” and “Couch Talkin” that were published by Northwest Alabama Music Publishing Co.
Brian has been singing and performing since 1988, and expanded his career into songwriting in 2006, following a turning point in his personal life that sent him on a trip to Nashville to see the heart of country music. Since then, Brian wrote "Hold Me Close While We Dance", a song that won #1 love song at a song competition at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame and was recognized for “Brother How I Miss You”, with a honorable mention award in a 2012 National Song of the Year Competition. Brian has performed his original songs and other popular tunes at local venues including the Grand Opera House in Wilmington, DE.
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