Since 1995, Brian Cameron has been a staple of the Atlanta music scene. From performing with blues, country, rock, pop, jazz, and bluegrass artists to producing multiple artists in the studio, he has covered a lot of ground and continues to break new ground as a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and engineer.
1995 - First recording sessions as session guitarist at 14 years old
1996 - Recorded first single and b-side with his original group "the hourglass band" *out of print*
1999 - "the hourglass band" releases self titled debut CD *out of print*
2003 - Produces, engineers, and releases a single and b-side as part of "Steel Horses" *out of print*
2005 - co-writes and co-produced an album with Shaun Grove *Collective Soul, Sevendust, Matchbox 20* and played guitar for Honest to Jorden's self titled debut.
2006 - Produced and co-wrote Ratz in the Attic EP with former members of Travis Tritt and Hydra
2008 - despite a catastrophic motorcycle accident the year before, records his first solo album in Nashville
2009 - forms "The Brotherhood" with Shine White *Zac Brown Band, Levi Lowrey*
2010 - Forms Reluctant Saints, co-produces debut Album on INIO Music
February 2011 – Official release of Reluctant Saints 1st album Long Drive
GA Music Awards Best Country Band Nominee 2011, 2012, 2013
Georgia Music Best Country Band Nominee 2011, 2012, 2013
2011 - Co-produced single with Reluctant Saints, "Uncle Sam"
2014 - Produces "The Independent EP" with Reluctant Saints and releases it on his new record label, Littlefoot Digital.
Brian has served as the opening act for:
Drivin n Cryin
and many more
He has performed with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Artimus Pyle, performing the Skynyrd tunes that made him famous.
Fast Cars and Guitars 2011 at Atlanta Motor Speedway with Lynyrd Skynyrd
Atlanta Motor Speedway 2012 for Nascar race (rebook from 2011)
And some of the larger festivals in the southeast, including:
Opp Rattlesnake Rodeo (2011 & 2012)
Yellow Daisy Festival (2013)
Riverbend Festival (2015)
Brew on the Bricks, Centennial Park, Atlanta, GA (2015)