America’s New Romantic Piano Sensation himself… and the highly-opinionated, semi-neurotic host of The Jim Brickman Show!
The self-described multitalented slacker and eighties pop culture aficionado, Bob!
Where Jim takes your non-romantic piano ballad request and Jim Brickmanizes that pop/rock/country/folk/heavy metal song into a romantic piano ballad. This week our clocks spring forward with us asking the question: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? The Chicago classic is in the Brickmanizer!
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Jim caught up with the soft rock legends AIR SUPPLY (though don’t call em soft rock, because trust us, we saw them live…they ROCK!). They talked about the classic song, and how they’ve managed to work together argument free since 1975!
“i’m realizing how similar (acting and singing) are. Its all using the same tools and skill set and vulnerability is the biggest thing”
“I want to create something that I love, that I think accurately conveys the emotions that form the songs and touches as many people as possible.” – Pete Muller talking about his new album “Dissolve” – Listen to “San Diego (When You Coming Home)”
It’s amazing to come back to such an incredible movie that’s full of power and meaning, and that meaning holds the test of time: staying true to yourself, being who you are, and teaching how to be fearless. – Christina Aguilera on returning to Disney’s Mulan
Grammy Award Nominee Paul Psarras brings his diverse musical palette to the Artist Spotlight with “Quicksand”
“It was very exciting to…collaborate with the incomparable Diane Warren on the song “Free,” I can’t wait for everyone to hear what we created together for this special film.” – Charlie Puth
“It’s me up there. It’s my pain, my happiness. It’s all out there and it’s very vulnerable.” – Ryan Chernin. Check out the new song “Facetime”