Bill Brimer is a folk country singer-songwriter from Dallas, Texas. His sparse and focused sound centers on storytelling vocals accompanied by acoustic guitar, harmonica and ambient pedal steel. The songs explore themes of longing, addiction, heartbreak, love, murder and the paranormal. He sites the albums “Nebraska” (Springsteen) and "American Recordings" (Johnny Cash) as well as the novels of Cormac McCarthy and Ernest Hemingway as the works that have influenced him most.
Brimer originally cut his teeth in the Austin music scene. As a performer and songwriter in independent rock bands, he toured and played SXSW and NXNW. In January 2018, he began working as a solo artist by releasing one new song every month on his own record label. In the studio he works with Producer and Mix Engineer Garth Orr and Brian Douglas Phillips on pedal steel guitar. His songs are mastered by Pete Lyman of Infrasonic Sound. His live band consists of Erick Johnson on pedal steel guitar and Joey Lewiston on bass and backing vocals.
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