Brian Wilson is originally from Nashville, TN, and currently lives in NYC with his wife Kathi and son, James.

Brian has toured the US and Canada with the Broadway Musical CATS, playing the roles of Old Deuteronomy, Bustopher Jones and Gus, the Theater Cat. He has performed regionally, in South Florida, Texas and at Dollywood. Brian has toured the US and Canada in several symphonic revues, The King – The Music of Elvis and Music Of The Knights, a show highlighting the music of Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John & Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. He has performed these shows with the symphonies of Calgary, Winnipeg, St. Louis, San Diego, and Milwaukee, just to name a few.

When the world went virtual, Brian began the weekly series, Friday Nite Elvis in addition to several appearances on QPAC’s virtual music series. Live appearances in the NY area include the 2015 Molloy College scholarship benefit concert, An Afternoon of Henry Mancini. Brian was a part of Madison Theater’s 2018 concert performance of Vincent Youmans’ 1927 broadway masterpiece, Hit The Deck.

Brian has performed at 54 Below, Broadway’s Supper Club, celebrating the lives, music and careers of Cher, Tina Turner, George Michael, and Alec Wilder. In 2019, Brian premiered his new show, Legends of Brooklyn, a musical journey highlighting Brooklyn’s boundless brilliance of talented musicians and songwriters since 1960. In 2023, he will be performing with the Be Bim Bop Trio in a series of jazz performances celebrating the music of Michael Franks. Search #NotThatBrianWilson for more…