Friday June 5th, 2020
Excited to be playing for live audiences again. Looks like we’re getting back to normal. Can’t wait to see everyone.Friday June 5: Welcome to the weekend on the Grand Strand! If you have the need to #DiscoverLiveMusic - you are in the right place! Click here 👉MyrtleLive.com👈 for our website with event details and browse thru all the events for the weekend! Let's get started on some highlights for today:
#North: Sticky Too performs at LuLu's North Myrtle Beach @ 5pm; William King is on Main St @ 6pm at Duffy Street Seafood Shack; Josh Brannon Band is back on-stage at Captain Archie's @ 6:30pm; Alex Key makes an appearance at Boardwalk Billy's NMB @ 7pm, Mark McKinney & Co. debut at the new Bar 19 Twelve @ 8pm and the OD Arcade & Lounge has If Birds Could Fly performing @ 8:30pm.
#Central: Lots of awesome music! Mike O'Donnell Music is at local's favorite Backyard Sports Bar & Grill @ 7pm on the deck with waterway views; Shaun Brown is performing at the dog-friendly The Sneaky Beagle; The Boathouse has Ryan Trotti (full band!) performing at 7pm; Rory John Zak is jamming at the Tin Roof Myrtle Beach @ 8pm; and down in The Market Common 810 Bowling - Market Common has re-opened and is having their first event in months with The Tim Clark Band starting @ 8:10pm; Painted Man is at the new Oasis - Music, Dancing, Food & FUN @ 9pm; and Brad Long returns to Bourbon Street tonight @ 9:30.
#South: Enjoy an early acoustic show with Will Ness outside at the Inlet Beer Garden on The MarshWalk of Murrells Inlet @ 3:30pm; don't miss the Craig Sorrells Project playing at The Wicked Tuna Tuna Shak tonight @ 6pm; the Paul Grimshaw Band returns to the Dead Dog Saloon @ 6:30; Diversity Band always puts on a great show with lots of energy and dancing and they are at Wahoo's Fish House @ 7pm; ACME Bar & Grill has the rock band Side Effects @ 7pm; The Brian Grilli Band is at Suck Bang Blow @ 9pm and Matt Parker and the Deacons play the late slot at Hot Fish Club Gazebo @ 9pm!
If you're in town enjoy music and stay informed by tuning into our friends at Classic Rock WAVE 104.1!
Have a great weekend! 🎙🌴🎷🍻🎺🎸🤘🎶🎹🎵 ... See MoreSee Less
Wednesday June 3rd, 2020
In light of everything going on in the world...this makes me excited! I haven’t played in months so please join me TONIGHT @eaglecreekgolfclubandgrill in Moyock, NC 5:30pm for a solo acoustic show. #briangrilli #briangrillimusic #notyourbroscountry #livemusic #getoutside #eaglecreekgolfclub #moyock #northcarolina #rockstarbooking #acoustic ... See MoreSee Less
Monday May 11th, 2020
Hey, there, Brian Grilli fans. I hope everyone is doing well during this quarantine, lockdown, stay at home situation, or whatever it is you’d like to call it. I’m sure by now, everyone is going a little stir crazy. I’m no different, but the weather is getting nicer here in Virginia, and I’m spending my time with my beautiful wife and kids. We have our health and each other, so I can’t complain. I’ve laid low for the past few weeks trying to adjust to the situation, just like everyone else. I’m hoping this isn’t the “new normal” as the media and politicians are suggesting and that at some point we can get back to life as it was. I’m not a doctor, though, so I’ll go with the flow. I’m a musician and I’m here to make music. So, as I’ve watched many of my fellow artists take to the airwaves to perform, which I’ve enjoyed, I figured it was my time to do the same. So, here’s the deal. Since there won’t be any actual live in-person performances for the foreseeable future, I want to give YOU, my faithful fans, a FREE Facebook Live concert. All I ask in return is a like, a comment, and a share encouraging your friends and family to “Like and Follow” me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If we can reach 250 (a random venue sized audience amount) “Likes”, “Comments”, and “Shares”, I’ll post a date and time for a FREE Facebook Live Concert to provide you all with some quality entertainment during this pandemic.
Be well, stay safe, and I look forward to entertaining you soon. Let’s make this go viral. As always, thank you for your support!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Wednesday April 29th, 2020
Hey “My Home Town” (see what I did there?) peeps, today’s the day..........
Get your mnom, mnom, mnom on and support Lansing’s First Responders and get a great meal while doing it.
Wednesday, all day, 20% of your purchase at Mancino's of Lansing will be donated to the Lansing Paramedic Fund in order to purchase safety items to protect our First Responders and the citizenry in their care.
Mention the flyer when phoning in your order ahead, and present each flyer (digitally) when picking up your purchase.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!!! STAY HEALTHY AND SAFE, EVERYONE!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Monday April 6th, 2020
Pre-order Brian’s new retrospective album “Progression” spanning his whole music career from Rumble Fish, the Glory Hounds, to his solo work. Featuring unreleased, demos, alternative versions, and live cuts! Available today on all digital outlets! Album cover by APak Media.
#briangrilli #briangrillimusic #notyourbroscountry #progresseion #newalbum #retrospective #rumblefish #thegloryhounds #itunes #spotify #pandora #amazonmusic #preordernow ... See MoreSee Less
Is this available on a CD?
Friday April 3rd, 2020
For your quarantine listening pleasure..........
Indie Americana/Country Artist Brian Grilli is announcing the release of his newest album “Progression” on Rugby Records April 24, 2020. Progression is just that, a retrospective look at Brian and his musical journey. From his time with the bands Rumble Fish and The Glory Hounds to his venture into solo territory “Progression” showcases his growth in writing, his change in sound and vision and also his maturity as an artist. This is not a greatest hits compilation, it is music never released nationally, demo, live and alternate versions of songs from all the albums Brian has been a part of. These songs feature longtime musical partners and friends such as David Waltrip, Ross King, Billy Shearin, Mark Dunn, and special guests like Dan Baird from the Georgia Satellites and Peter Keys from Lynyrd Skynyrd.
In 2019 Brian’s album “Deep South Symphony” hit #17 on Billboard's Top Americana/Folk Albums, #11 on Billboard's Top Country Album Sales, #9 on Billboard's Top Americana/Folk Album Sales and #2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (National), #8 on Billboard's Independent Album, #22 on Billboard’s Internet Albums, #62 on Billboard's Top Current Albums and #26 on Billboard's Emerging Artists, #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (South Atlantic), #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (South Central), #1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (West North Central) and #2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers (Mid-Atlantic) Album Charts. He was also nominated for a Veer Magazine Award in three categories; Album Of The Year (“Deep South Symphony”), Music Video Of The Year (“My Hometown”), Best Country Artist.
Brian has written songs for "Sons of Anarchy" and the award winning independent documentary "Until It Hurts”. Brian blends Southern Rock, Americana, Country and Blues in his prolific songwriting, aggressive yet melodic guitar playing and unique voice to form a familiar yet genre busting sound. Brian has had the opportunity to perform across the USA. He has opened for country stars Blackberry Smoke, David Allan Coe, Brantley Gilbert, Eli Young Band, and Stoney LaRue as well as rockers Cheap Trick, Styx, .38 Special and Lucero. A former US 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.
#briangrilli #briangrillimusic #notyourbroscountry #newalbum #progression #retrospective #oldschool #rumblefish #thegloryhounds #unreleasedmusic #itunes #amazon #spotify #getit ... See MoreSee Less
Looking forward to the new release!
That’s great!!! So only 21 more days
Thursday April 2nd, 2020
Checking in on everyone. Seeing how you’re all doing during this quarantine. Hanging in there with the family. How about you? Stay healthy and safe. ... See MoreSee Less
Great weather, thankful for that! Hope you and your family are all well!
Hi Brian, it’s good to hear that you & your family are doing well & staying safe. We are doing ok here in NW Indiana. But being in the healthcare field is very scary at this time, I can be deployed to the front lines at any moment. But for now I’m taking all the precautions & doing the best to stay safe. Please stay safe my friend! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Also checking in from NC, but on the Charlotte side of the state. Hubby is out of work at least 2 weeks, and I'm losing my mind working from home. Very thankful I'm still working, but I don't have everything I need here like I do at the office, and it's a miracle if I don't lose network connectivity. But we're safe, healthy and happy for the most part. I'm going to have a quiet birthday on Tuesday...
Getting cabin fever in East TN but thankful to be healthy and praying for everyone.
Hi Brian , nice to hear you and Family are doing well . We are just fine quarantine at home . Hope to see you soon . God Bless 🙏❤️
All good down in NC. Heather's work shut down but I just started a new job with the City of Raleigh. Between that and the fire department I'm staying safe but busier than ever. You guys take care.
Locked down like everyone else hoping this ends soon. Not sure I understand couples who purposely choose to work together. 😂. Stay safe
Safe here in quarantine land!😬 Hope you are safe and sound wherever you are, as well!😊🎵🎼🎶❤
We're good here. I told mom n pops their grounded and it hurts me more then it hurts them that I have to ground them.. lol
Thanks For Checking. Doing good in Pensacola. Hope you and yours are ok...
Hanging in there. I'm considered essential personnel, so I still get to go to work
Doing well. Hope you are hanging in there
Stay safe my friend. Doing alright here just staying home.
All good in Highland, IN
Thursday March 19th, 2020
Good morning! I hope everyone is still safe and sound in their homes and practicing good social distancing if you have to run errands. For those of you home schooling your kids during this time, I hope you’re finding your rhythm (see what I did there?). Here’s a little something to get your blood pumping. So far, it’s shaping up to be a damn good day. Heyo!
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Wednesday March 18th, 2020
Like the rest of the majority of Americans, I, too, am practicing social distancing and am currently locked up in my house with my family. Never thought I’d be homeschooling my kids out of necessity, but, like the rest of our country, our schools are closed for the foreseeable future. As for me and my family, we’re full up on supplies. We’ve got food, cleaning products, and, course, toilet paper, but, most importantly, we’ve got each other. These are weird times. Even though we’re all isolated in our own little quarantined areas of the country, somehow, we’re all in this together. So, we’re alone, but, we’re not alone. This is the new normal for awhile, I guess. With it, cones many adjustments and realities. Like the rest of my fellow musicians and performers, I, too, have had gig after gig cancelled. I’m a professional musician, so, this most definitely stings a bit, as this is how I make a living. I know many of you, as well, not just musicians, but people from multiple employment backgrounds are now also adjusting to the new normal. On a positive note, I do get to work from home writing the music and lyrics to my upcoming new album that I was preparing to record in the very near future (details of that will be forthcoming once the national emergency has ended and we all go back to the old normal). I was speaking earlier with my manager and we were discussing perhaps having me do a Facebook live solo performance. Many performing artists have been doing that lately as the world has been shutting down. Let me know in the comments section below if that’s something you’d like to see me do. I recently watched Chris Martin from Coldplay do a video and it was pretty uplifting, actually. He’s tasked John Legend to do one in the near future. Maybe I’ll participate, too. Music may not cure COVID-19, but there’s definitely healing qualities to it. And, let’s face it. Eventually, everyone’s going to run out of movies and television shows to watch at some point. So, it might be a welcomed change of pace. As I mentioned in a post the other day on my personal page, I’ve closed my personal Facebook page in order to dedicate more time to my family, especially given the current situation we all seem to be finding ourselves in. However, I do realize that I’ve also got fans, too, and you’d periodically like to hear from me. This Facebook page, my professional page, will remain active, as will my Twitter page ( @BGrillsMusic ) and Instagram ( @briangrilli ) will remain active. If you’d like to follow me on those social media platforms, as well, that would be much appreciated. I’m very excited about the future and remain optimistic about what’s in store for my music career. I can’t wait to share that news with you when the time comes, but as you know, these are very uncertain times. I’m grateful to all of my loyal fans for accompanying me on this amazing journey. I hope that you and your family remain healthy and safe during this unprecedented time, and also hope that those of you that have lost your jobs and income, including me, as a result of the quarantine are able to get back to work and earn an income as soon as possible doing whatever it is we all do for a living. We will get through this. Stay positive. Later. ... See MoreSee Less
Do the FB Live videos. Keep live music alive, your music and brand out there. Plus, music is good medicine for not only you but for others who might need that prescription and dose of feel-good medicine.
Hi Brian , it was awesome to see you at Baldtop. I’m happy to hear you are at home with Wife & Children . I look forward to hearing some music from you on FB & definitely the new album. Music brings us all together. Hope you all continue to do well , stay safe . Thank you for the positive message.
Keep some home video plays coming- even if it's you on the guitar playing for/with the kiddos and wifey singing. It would be good to hear! Hope you're all doing well.
You need to post some quarantined guitar pickin videos
Stay healthy. Thank you for the check in.
THAT WOULD BE AWESOME!