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Brian Curtis plays guitar and sings all styles of music including Country, Classic Rock, Modern Rock, Blues and Jazz. He is a graduate of The Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA and has toured professionally all over the United States. He has performed as the opening act for numerous artists including Cody Johnson, Kevin Fowler, Pat Green, Rick Trevino, and Kip Moore. Brian is originally from Corinth, MS and began playing music at age 10. After playing in local bands throughout his teen years, Brian began his professional music career on a 3 year nation wide tour with “The Kids”, a popular Top 40 group from Memphis, TN which also included being the opening act for Eddie Money. Brian then moved to Los Angeles, CA where he attended The Musicians Institute and played in various Hollywood bands. Brian eventually formed and fronted his own band Bad Attitude. Bad Attitude rocked the famous Hollywood "Sunset Strip" through the 1980's - 1990's. Bad Attitude music is available on Amazon.com,   Apple Music,  and Spotify. Brian then formed the Classic Rock and Country band “Brian Curtis & Renegade”. Brian Curtis & Renegade were voted "Best 2 Step Band" at the famous “Cowboy Palace Saloon” in Los Angeles, CA which was featured in Toby Keith's video "I Love This Bar". Brian has original songs available from ForceField Studios, and Whirlwind Records that are receiving airplay worldwide. He has also had 3 top ten hits on MP3.com. Brian played the Los Angeles music scene and performed nationwide and now resides in Austin TX. Brian has already impacted the Austin music scene by winning “ Best Overall Band” at the HAAM Corporate Battle of the Bands, and has also been featured in “The Austin Statesman” news, KXAN Channel 4, and Austin Channel 8 News. He has also performed at several Austin, TX landmarks such as Antone’s, Stubbs, Coupland Dance Hall, The Oasis, and at SXSW events. Brian now plays in several different bands around the Central Texas area.