America’s New Romantic Piano Sensation himself… and the highly-opinionated, semi-neurotic host of The Jim Brickman Show!
Co-Host and Producer of The Jim Brickman show, Bob brings his sense of humor and know-it-all sensibility. Even if he doesn’t really know it all.
Let the Brickmanizing Begin!
Imagine a world where every song can be a soothing romantic piano sensatio.! Imagine no more! Click above to challenge Jim Brickman to take your favorite pop, rock, country, soul, gospel, jazz, rap, or even heavy metal song and mystically transform it into the sweet sound of love, romance, and relaxation. What would a song like Ozzy’s “Crazy Train” sound like if it were a Jim Brickman composition? Find out each week on Jim Brickman Show!
Drew Love "Karma Chameleon"
A self-proclaimed outcast and chameleon, R&B and pop singer/songwriter Drew Love puts a fresh spin on the Culture Club classic.
Captain Kirk and the Devil Horns
“Captain” Kirk Covington’s Devil Horns project is 70’s Chicago meets Weather Report with pop sensibilities and deep grooves. Kirk talks about becoming a lyricist and his relationship with remix producer Chaka Blackmon.
Sofia Carson "Applause"
“Applause” from the feature film Tell It Like a Woman, beautifully penned by Diane Warren and passionately performed by Carson is a global anthem of female empowerment.
Sunset West "Come Kiss Me"
Raised on Michael Jackson and Rascal Flatts, Sunset West blends genres and musical stylings to create a sound that is uniquely their own.
Nya "I'll Be OK"
Nya’s creative journey might take her anywhere, but the end point is always clear: soul-baring music that sticks in your head and cuts to the bone.
for KING & COUNTRY - Love Me Like I Am
“It’s amazing that you can Love me like I am. And even when I can’t” Joel and Luke Smallbone know how to spin a cocoon of sound that envelopes the listener, lace words of truth and use their voices to lift and inspire.
Wyn Starks - "who I am"
Pop star. Soul singer. Modern-day genre-blender. Old-school R&B revivalist. Wyn Starks proudly celebrates his own diversity with “Who I Am”. Simultaneously personal and universal.