Brian Black


Brian Black is a Texas entertainer, carrying a vocal repertoire from the traditional country sound of Merle Haggard to the crooning style of Frank Sinatra, including rock and R&B. Tour Experience Performing throughout Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Wyoming, North and South Dakota, Ohio and New York, Brian also opened shows for recording artists such as: • Garth Brooks, Austin County Fair, Bellville, TX • Tracy Byrd, Alamo Dome San Antonio, TX • George Jones, John Anderson, The Oil Palace, Tyler, TX • Wade Hayes, Medina County Fair, Hondo, TX • Marshall Tucker Band, Space Center Houston, NASA • Tanya Tucker, Space Center Houston, NASA • Trisha Yearwood, Coliseum, Pueblo, CO • Terry McBride & The Ride, Auditorium, Pierre, SD • Ty England, Colorado State Fair, Pueblo, CO • Rick Trevino, Colorado State Fair, Pueblo, CO • Billy Jo Royal, Cajun Hall, Baton Rouge, LA • Joy White, Santa-Cali-Gon Days, Independence, MO • Eddie Raven, Pioneer Days, Fort Worth, TX • Michelle Wright, Pioneer Days, Fort Worth, TX • Lee Greenwood, Sam Houston Racetrack, Houston, TX • Clint Black, Reliant Stadium, Houston, TX • Clint Black, Enron Field, Houston, TX Venue • The only sold out, standing room only performance at the 63rd Annual Southwestern International Rodeo in El Paso, Texas. • Increased attendance at the North Texas State Fair in Denton, Texas three consecutive years. • Broke records at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Committeeman’s Dance, two consecutive years with more than 16,000 in attendance. Media • Wrote and produced a 30 second jingle for ABC Affiliate, KTRK, Houston, Texas promoting the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo and Channel 13. The commercial shoot featured Houston’s own Marvin Zindler and Brian Black. • While contracted as Official Spokesperson for Marco’s Mexican Restaurants (21 Houston area locations). Brian wrote, produced and was featured in six Radio Commercial Ads. • Performed with his Brother, Clint during his performance at The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo’s inaugural year at Reliant Park. • Reviewed movies for Loews/Sony Theatres on Young Country’s (95.7FM - CBS Radio) afternoon drive time show in Houston, Texas. • One of the featured performers for United Way’s “One Houston United” Flood Relief Telethon for Houston victims. Televised from Enron Field, simulcast on all Houston television stations. • Wrote and recorded radio and telemarketing ads for The Phone Center’s Houston area locations. Also featured in Television Commercial Ads. Press • “Brian Black’s promotional t-shirts read “Almost Famous”, but his singing stands up to comparisons with Clint, and most any other new Traditionalist Country Artist you could name...His voice is slightly deeper than Clint’s and he has that natural, relaxed phrasing so essential to real country.” Rick Mitchell, The Houston Chronicle • “It’s been a long time since I’ve seen someone melt so many hearts with just a smile and a handshake. We have never seen the crowd react this way to a non-label act before.” The Oil Palace, Tyler, TX • “For those of us from Texas, the name Brian Black isn’t new. He’s been wowing audiences from El Paso to Nacogdoches and Abilene to Beeville for the past three years. There’s only one reason for his success, Brian Black is a dynamic entertainer with a distinctive pure country voice that attracts listeners and keeps them wanting more. He has definitely earned his popularity based on his ability to deliver what people want, and that’s good country music.” Linda Bowley, Texas Country Magazine A room full of Skybox Committeemen for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo went silent from Brian’s vocal delivery of “Today I Started Loving You Again”. A committeeman present stated; “This was the first time that anyone has ever silenced this room.”

Land of 1,000 Dances
Honky Tonk Women

Brown Sugar

Thank God for the Radio

Who's Cheatin' Who

Hello Heartache
Straight Shooter

Best I Ever Had
King of Fools

All My Exes
Cowboy Rides Away

Blue Clear Sky
Amarillo By Morning

The Chair
Sidewalk Ends

One Night at a Time
Be My Baby Tonight

Folsom Prison Blues
On the Road

Take These Chains
Heart of the Matter

Lonesome Fugitive
Momma Tried

Working Man Blues
Always Wanting You

When a Man Loves a Woman


We Are Family
Twist and Shout