Brian Collins Band

Brian Collins Band

 Douglasville, Georgia, USA

Add equal parts Americana, Southern Rock and Pop, strain a jigger of Gospel over chilled R&B and Southern Blues, and shake thoroughly with Jaegermeister – pour into a tall glass and you have Brian Collins. Now drink it down and get ready for one hell of a show!


Brian Collins

Born in the Bi-Centennial, Brian Collins, like his music, exemplifies the best of the American Spirit – honesty, integrity, and compassion to lift up others.
A born entrepreneur, Brian wears many hats in his quest to find the American Dream – producer, engineer, and of course, singer-song writer. His music reflects that same nature- introspective, brutally truthful, but hopeful. His lyrics are uplifting without being saccharine or trite and banal. They are direct, moving and mature.

Brian's easy going yet hard working nature has led him to the stage with KISS, Angie Aparo, James Otto, Colin Hay (of Men At Work), Zac Brown, the Smithereens, Marshall Tucker Band, Georgia Satellites, Edwin McCain, Blackberry Smoke and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

"Blue Light Entertainment ", Brian’s booking and publishing company, in conjunction with "Blue Light Studio" (started by Brian in 2005) have produced/engineered albums and tracks for hard rockers Skid Row, Tony Lucca, The Luchagores, Atlanta- based rap artists T.I., Twista and Frank White, as well as acoustic rockers Nic Cowan and Tim O’Donovan. The Blue Light Studio's facilities are in great demand by producers for the clean, warm sound created in Brian’s personally designed recording rooms.

Brian Collins and his band keep an active performance schedule, traveling the country for over 180 dates a year, mostly in the South-East to the Mid-West.
Most recently they had the privilage to be the only country act to be on the bill for the first ever "KISS Kruise!"

Set List

Goodbye Man
Good Things
Oklahoma Bound
I Don't Mind
Cocktail Cove
One Of Those Days
Heart Has A Mind
Redemption Road
Your Love (Has Taken Over Me)
Back When I Was Young
Livin' The Dream
Nothing To Lose
Play For Me
Darkest Hour