Hill is the perfect fit to perform while the Reno Rodeo is going on. Of Brenn Hill, Allmusic.com says, “…through writing and singing the songs that keep alive the traditions and heart of the American cowboy, he’s made a unique commitment to maintain the legend of the West.”
Newcomers to the world of Brenn Hill will celebrate the introduction. Born into a 6th generation of a family anchored to the West and raised in Utah, Hill and his music revisit the many stories that come from the land with a fresh, contemporary and personal twist. Home for the Hill’s is Hooper, a rural community in Northern Utah where he resides with his wife, three children and a herd of horses.
“Overall, I want a listener to know that my music isn’t about me,” explains Hill. “It’s how I make my living and not a vehicle for stardom. My goal is to present a valid story about people, places, and events that are song-worthy.
“If I can challenge someone’s perspective, or offer a new one on a classic theme or issue, I’ve achieved my goal. I feel a deep sense of purpose with my music and am honored to have the opportunity that I have. I deeply appreciate my listeners. The greatest compliments I receive come directly from those that listen to my music. When a song touches them so profoundly that they tell me, “that song changed my life,” or, “that song got me through a hard time,” or, “that song’s about me,” then I know I got it right. No amount of money or recognition could mean more than that.”
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