Brian Lenair – Underground Vol 3 : “The Cover Story”

Although Brian Lenair began his studies at the University of Maryland as an architect/interior designer, his love for music could not be contained. It wasn’t long before Brian formed his first band called 41/2 Hours. He remained with the group for four years as they established a name in the DC area. Brian eventually left and in 1990 joined a new group called Spur of the Moment. As the front man for the Washington DC-based band, they astounded audiences with their mixture of jazz and R&B sounds for over 15 years. During that time, Spur of the Moment recorded two CDs entitled Spuraddict and Out of the Shadows, which greatly features Brian’s talent as a saxophonist and composer.

For the past 25 years, Brian has built a reputation and following in the Washington DC vicinity and across the country. He has a total of six independently produced CDs to his credit. It was back in 2006 that his solo project Inspirations Volume 1 hit the streets to show off a decidedly spiritual side of his musical persona and although a seasonal offering, A Saxy Christmas, followed in 2008 with a holiday flavor that is simply Brian! Brian stepped center stage and took the jazz world storm, literally with Eye Of The Storm that unlocked his undoubted flair for R & B tinged contemporary jazz. With the success of Inspirations Volume 1 and the many fans who constantly want more, Brian has been in the studio working on Inspirations Volume 2: “Oh What a Blessing that was released in late 2013/early 2014.

His new album is Underground Vol 3 : “The Cover Story”.  This CD again focuses on the supreme talent, his spiritual gift and what he can do when he places that saxophone in his hand! CDBaby has the album on sale!

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