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Brian Milson

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Country's most enduring artists have always balanced a strong sense of self with broad 
appeal, even – maybe especially – those from Texas. Odessa's own Brian Milson is no 
exception. In fact, he's modeled his career on many of them. Possessed of a supple 
baritone somewhere between Toby Keith and Chris Young, driven by a West Texas work 
ethic and recently aligned with several of Nashville's savviest star makers. "I love music," he says. "I love playing guitar and singing into that mic. I love when the music is so loud it hurts my ears. I love watching people sip a drink while 
they're listening, hopefully nodding along and on their way to singing along the next time 
I'm in town."
Almost as vital as the music itself, a passion instilled early in Brian's life. "I was pretty 
young, sitting on my dad's shoulders and listening to Huey Lewis & The News play 
'Power Of Love' at my first concert. I decided right there I had to get that tape. From that 
point on, music was a true love. I even became an oldies freak listening to Motown, 
Sinatra, and other things going back in time. I still love that stuff today." 
Learning guitar came later and from a slightly different motivation. "A couple buddies 
were playing a gig and I noticed them getting a lot of attention from the females. I was a 
pretty shy guy and come from a very short line of musicians – me. I taught myself to 
play."
Check out Brian Milson's most recent release, his EP "I'd Have to Kiss Ya" released in October.

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