To all those who serve this country and to their families. My new song, "That Place I Call My Home", is dedicated to those who sacrifice time with their loved ones to protect the country they love.
Brian L. Wells has spent his life mixing music with lyrics to create rich storytelling songs. He was born and raised in North East MD during the 60s and began his musical journey in 1988, when he studied voice to prepare for a theatre performance. Brian expanded his career into singing and 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. While sitting on a bar stool in Tootsies bar, he heard a singer playing "For the Good Times" by Kris Kristofferson, a song that showed him the magnitude of lost love that many share and he knew then that he too wanted to write songs to move people.
Brian has been singing and performing in live concerts and theater productions on the East Coast since 1988. He has delighted Mid-Atlantic audiences as an accomplished vocalist and guitarist, performing his own music and other popular tunes at local venues including the Grand Opera House in Wilmington DE and the Candlelight Theatre in Arden DE. In 2014, the Northwest Alabama Music Publishing International recognized Brian as the Recording Artist of the Decade.
Whether it’s the soulful wish of parental love in “My Best Friend”, the soothing balm of “Everything’s Going to Be Alright” or the flirty promises of “Couch Talkin,’” "Hold Me Close While We Dance" and “GPS Directions to My Heart”, there is consistent link to unfailing Hope – in God, true love, kindness, overcoming loss and success in romance. Brian’s songs, “I'll Follow His Light", "This is Our Great Country” and "If I Could Die a Hero" further show his admiration and respect for God and for all who have fought, and continue to fight for freedom for the United States.