SPOTLIGHT: CMT Discovery Artist Brian Collins Releases ‘Shine A Little Love’ (W21 Music)

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Our good friends at W21 Music have teamed up with CMT Discovery artist Brian Collins, for the UK release of his feel-good single, ‘Shine A Little Love’! Taken from Brian’s forthcoming EP, which features the likes of Clay Cook, John Driskell Hopkins and Daniel De Los Reyes from the Zac Brown Band, ‘Shine A Little Love’ is an uplifting shot of joy and optimism, timed perfectly in this challenging period for us all.

A talented singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with endorsements from Taylor Guitars and Lee Oskar Harmonicas, Brian has shared stages with Zac Brown Band, Kip Moore, Billy Dean, Blackberry Smoke, Matt Stillwell, Marshall Tucker, KISS and Lynyrd Skynyrd, among others. His music blurs the lines between country, americana, southern rock and soul, with a voice steeped in soul and blues.

With music running through Brian’s veins and a genuine love for community spirit, the West Georgia artist is the driving force behind many projects such as his own music festival ‘SALLFest’ which has just celebrated its fifth year. In the US, Brian’s music has celebrated national media recognition including 7 weeks at number one on CMT’s Pure Pack and participating in the 49th and 50th annual CMA Awards.

Check out ‘Shine A Little Love’ below…

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