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Portrait of Brian Jarvis

Brian Jarvis

About Brian Jarvis

manchester, CT

As Brian walked out on stage on December 28 in front a sold out room in Hartford, CT he knew this is just the blue print for all the hard work that lay ahead. It was a sense of accomplishment but only the tip of the ice berg. Brian has spent the last 2 years honing his act and his songs by playing over 200 shows in the last two calendar years. Spanning as far west as Los Angeles this Massachusetts native is still pounding the pavement to get the word out. Drawing from influences like John Mayer and Vertical Horizon Brian’s sound is familiar yet somewhat progressive. His Acoustic guitar rhythm’s drive the hook filled songs. In 2007 the culmination of hard work found Brian at the heels of his debut album “Honestly”. Produced by Alan Veniscofsky of Tides Records the Album is on its way to clearing the path for more success.

The album showcases the many different styling of Brian’s songwriting. From the rhythm inflected track “Honestly” to the stripped down “In My Head”. The album offers something for everyone. Tracks like “Dark Places” remind the listener of alternative tracks from Radio head to the forward hook filled “Waste My Time” which showcases some beautiful harmonies. The album has hints of different flavors but still falls under one roof as not stray too far from the foundation. The album has drawn great attention from college, satellite and AAA radio station 100.9 WRNX. Brian’s songs also receive heavy airplay on the AMP radio network which spans across over 200 gas stations in the Connecticut area.

In 2007 Brian was awarded Best Solo artist by the Hartford Advocate reader’s poll. Along with this Brian added the services of several well known musicians in the area. Dan Prindle ( Rane ) joined as the full time bassist along with Lee Sylvestre ( Dave Mack, Bill Carleton ) as the full time guitarist. Along with the existing talents of Anna Brewer (Piano) and Bryan Kelly (Drums) the live band is coming into its own. Harnessing such veteran talents allows the band to be versatile with traditional rock band line up showcasing three part harmonies and driving rhythms

Brian has shared the stage with such notable artists in 2007. The Last Goodnight, Stephen Kellogg , Chad Perrone and Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes

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