Brian D. Hindman
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Brian D. Hindman

Band Christian Singer/Songwriter


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1) Sang on a short comedic film that made it on the commercial DVD release of the TV show "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" as a special feature. The film is a Nicreations production and the DVD is available for purchase through

2) Wrote/produced song "My Life Is An Empty Tomb". It was chosen to be on a CD compilation put out by Quickstar productions called "Unified By Grace". It is due out during Q109. The song also won a November 2008 "Honorable Mention" award from It garnered some record label attention and has aired worldwide on a syndicated radio show.

3) CD “Cellophan Skin” (A self-released album under band moniker Elijah’s Bones”)

4) “Breaking Ground” (A self-released album that was a collaborative effort with many other songwriters to raise money for Christian missions and relief organizations)

5) Nicreations short animated film “The Emperor’s New Clothes” (wrote/performed the music and was a foley artist)

6) Wrote/produced the song "Scared Little Boy" which is packaged with the radio station automation software "TuneTracker" (part of a sample playlist).

Streaming airplay songs:
"Blood" Former winner of the "Make A Star" talent contest (
"Scared Little Boy" (Beos Radio under the moniker Elijah's Bones)



Brian Hindman is from Lewisville, TX and has been writing songs for about 15 years. Sometimes collaborating with other songwriters/musicians, but often, Brian does everything himself (from writing the lyrics to arranging/recording the music). Brian is an unusual songwriter/performer, putting folk and/or classical instruments in a rock setting (mandolin/banjo/opera singer). He can be highly experimental, but he also pays a lot of attention to the lyrics and tries to reach a state of poetry with them.

Here's an insightful quote from Brian about his songwriting craft, "Many songs on the radio these days suffer from underdeveloped 'plot'. By plot, I mean the song builds continuously and slowly gives moments of clarity until the climax (lyrically speaking). Many songs these days just seem to be a bag of adjectives and pretty words that, well, don’t take the listener on a wonderful journey, stimulating the brain and heart (with music to match)."

Here's another quote from Brian about what sets his music apart from the crowd:
"One thing that sets my music apart is the willingness and drive to experiment and the ear to know when it works and when it doesn’t. I think most listeners want to hear something new and fresh (not relying on the same old gimmicks and styles). I’m also not afraid to tackle difficult subjects lyrically."