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False ME219 TOP ARTISTS selects the most talented names in music

False ME220 TOP ARTISTS I first discovered Brett playing keys at a Buchanan show in Los Angeles. As a player he’s one to add perfect parts, elevating the performance of whomever heís playing for without drawing any attention away. He’s done this for the likes of Rocco De Luca, Molly Jensen, and Deccatree to name few. Finding his solo music though is like finding enough cash in a favorite pair of jeans to buy a new, better pair of favorite jeans. His album CITY LIGHTS is a singer songwriter album that will actually keep you captivated from top to bottom. Perfectly produced ( Chris Karn), CITY LIGHTS covers a Buckley- esque journey with lyrics that will make you feel deeply without emoting all over your stereo. The title track is a perfect example of this. Uncommon chord progressions, an intricate melody, and lyrics with actual depth, all somehow blend together to create a beautiful whole that sits perfectly in the moment. Brett is what music should be: Honest without being self indulgent, beautiful but not overstated, complex without being pretentious. Basically, this is some of the best music Iíve heard in a long time. Brett Bixby by TJ Stafford