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Brian Dolzani has shared the stage with The Subdudes, Frank Turner, William Elliot Whitmore, Ryan Star, and Caravan of Thieves, among many others. He is known for his unique vocal tone reminiscent of Neil Young and his deeply personal songs and engaging live performances, which often include a live looping pedal setup in which he can put out a big, layered sound, highlighting his exciting and melodic lead guitar playing. Once you see Brian perform and hear his introspective and deeply moving songs, you are not likely to forget him.
'My writing often has me pulling things out from within myself that I didn't know existed,' Brian explains. 'Feelings and ways to describe those feelings in images that are interesting and dramatic. I have a very long memory and reactions to events in my life both big and subtle.' Brian's subject matter can be insular yet not alienating. His talent as a writer lies in being able to tread that very thin line and create songs that are unique in their perspective and personality.
Brian has performed on great stages up and down the East Coast: Eddie's Attic (Decatur, GA), Ashland Coffee and Tea (Ashland, VA), The Bitter End and Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), Webster Undergound (Hartford, CT), Lizard Lounge (Cambridge, MA). He was chosen as a finalist in CT Folk's first songwriting showcase and performed at the 2010 CT Folk Festival and Green Expo.