Affectionately known as the piano man of romance, Jim Brickman has provided the soundtrack for Valentine's Days dates, wedding banquets, anniversary dinners for years. With chart-toppers "Valentine", "The Gift", "Love of My Life", "Simple Things" and "Peace," Brickman has re-defined romance. With four certified gold albums he's sold more than 7 million CDs. Brickman has also amassed 27 Top 40 singles on the adult contemporary charts, including 14 Top 10's. Brickman received top honors with two GRAMMY Award nominations, two SESAC "Songwriter of the Year" awards, the Canadian Country Music Award and the Dove Award presented by the Gospel Music Association.
On October 9th, Brickman releases his new Christmas album "On a Winter's Night."
1. Joy to the Night
2. All I Want for Christmas Is You
3. That Silent Night (feat. Kenny Rogers)
4. Away in a Manger/Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella
5. Bethlehem Sunrise
6. I Wish It Was Christmas All Year (feat. Anne Cochran)
7. Blue Christmas
8. Ol' Saint Nick
9. Night Before Christmas (feat. John Oates)
10. Christmas in Brazil (feat. Tracy Silverman)
11. Holly, Ivy & Mistletoe
12. A Celtic Night (Oiche Nuin) (feat. Orla Fallon & John Trones)
13. Roses in December
14. Through the Night
15. Clouds (a tribute to Zach Sobiech) (feat. Jana Kramer)
Over the years, he has also established a reputation for his collaborations with many musical artists that include: Martina McBride, Lady Antebellum, Johnny Mathis, Michael W. Smith, Kenny Loggins, Carly Simon, Collin Raye, Michael Bolton, Donny Osmond, Wayne Brady, Olivia Newton-John and Herb Alpert.
Brickman champions many charitable foundations including The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, The Starkey Hearing Foundation and Autism Speaks. He is a strong supporter of PBS, filming four TV specials for the network - An Evening with Jim Brickman (2000), Love Songs and Lullabies (2002), Live from Disney's Magic Kingdom (2005), and Beautiful World (2009). Most recently, Brickman brought together the stars of the 70's for Celebration of the 70's featuring David Cassidy, Thelma Houston, Ambrosia's David Pack, Rita Coolidge, Stephen Bishop, Yvonne Elliman, and Firefall.