MP3 Brian Gale - Writ By Hand
All originals in the Classic Country style with a little comedy and bluegrass thrown in.
13 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, COUNTRY: Bluegrass
Brian began performing in church and fellowship groups about the age of sixteen. He discovered a talent for entertaining people by performing at parties and special events. Joined his first country music band when he enlisted in the U.S. Navy at age eighteen. Performed with "The Midnight Ramblers" for one year then formed his own band, "The Pipeliners."
Upon completion of his military obligation, he began performing as a soloist in northern New York State, his home area. Formed a trio that became very popular throughout the Adirondacks, but after a few years Brian moved on and once again performed as a soloist. Spent the next few years traveling and learning songs, chords, and about life in general all the while performing solo or fronting other people''s groups in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee.
When he returned to his home in the Adirondacks, his name was still popular in the area so he put together a country-pop group, "Brian Gale & The Double Eagle Express." They were accepted very well and after a while began doing radio and TV shows. When their busy schedule began to conflict with the everyday schedules of others in the group they disbanded and once again Brian was performing solo. He continued doing radio and TV shows and commercials and was one of the area''s most popular "draws" during the Winter Olympics of 1980 in lake Placid, N.Y.
Realizing that he had taken his career as far as possible in the area, Brian moved south to North Carolina. Once again as a solo performer his popularity grew and within a few months he re-formed "The Double Eagle Express." They did shows all over North Carolina from clubs to military bases and again radio and TV. And once again, when things really began to happen some people couldn''t meet their obligations and they disbanded. Brian moved on to Nashville.
Although throughout his career, Brian has been lucky enough to have been able to perform with some notables like Tom T. Hall, Bobby Bare, Johnny Russell, Johnny lee, moving to Nashville proved to be timed right. He has done many more shows with "big named" artists. He has continued to do radio and TV shows. And he has been seen in several videos. And he has traveled to many foreign countries performing country music and pleasing crowds throughout.
Through his continuing his efforts to perform and entertain, his career has recently taken on a new twist. For the past few years Brian has been enhancing vacations for cruisers on Carnival Cruise Line ships. And, through his efforts in this area, he has now become a featured entertainer at the World Famous "Red Dog Saloon" in Juneau, Alaska. During the summer months you can find him pleasing crowds here, in the rustic saloon and through out the winter months he remains a top performer on the cruise ships.
You can learn more about Brian at his web site: https://www.tradebit.com.