Simplicity is the heart of Jim Brickman’s solo piano songs. Solo as in Jim, two hands, and 88 keys. His back-to-basics musical sensibility is rooted in the core of solo piano.
Brickman’s philosophy hasn’t changed since his 1994 debut album No Words burst onto the music scene. US radio launched the single “Rocket to the Moon” into orbit, making history as the first solo instrumental ever to land on the pop charts.
With that, Jim Brickman transformed the popularity of solo piano playing his original, pop-style instrumentals and inviting star-studded vocal collaborators to join in. He has since become the most charted Adult Contemporary artist and best-selling solo pianist to date.
Brickman’s Tin Pan Alley sensibility, uncomplicated melodies and down-to-earth nature have taken him from the Grand Ole Opry to Carnegie Hall, and Disney World to the White House. You can also hear his music on Pandora, TV commercials and shows like CBS Sports, The Kardashians, Jimmy Kimmel, The Olympics and all over HGTV.
Brickman’s signature style earned him two Grammy nods, four Gold albums, 30 charted AC radio hits. He held the top three spots on Billboard’s new age chart at one time. Brickman received top honors as two-time…