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Brian Berggoetz has been playing music in Tucson since 1989. He’s also played the 1990 SXSW festival in Austin and nightclubs in Tucson, Phoenix, Austin and Sante Fe. He also has played with local artists including recording an album with Stefan George. The music is memorable and danceable. The band is full of top tier musicians, including Billy Yates on lead guitar. Their new CD is getting great reviews and press.  

Brian Berggoetz is a self-taught guitarist and a natural-born singer and songwriter since he was eighteen years of age. He has written many songs throughout the years since, and he has played at various venues local to where he has lived, both as a solo artist and as the leader of a band.Brian is a long-time resident of Tucson, Arizona. He is currently playing with a band that he started four years ago, The Brian Berggoetz Band, the members of which together form a solid and optimal configuration that showcases his music in its intended light. Brian has opened for touring acts including Reverend Horton Heat, Charlie Sexton and Jerry Giddens. 

Brian Berggoetz

The band plays a combination of rock and blues, mostly original songs that Brian has written, along with some cover songs that he has made his own. They are currently in the process of producing an album which is soon to be released in the coming weeks, so this is a long-awaited new beginning for a “seasoned veteran” in the business. 

The writing, singing, musicianship and production of Brian’s songs are top notch.  For fans of Neil Young, Steve Earle, Bruce Springsteen and James Taylor, you may have found your next favorite artist, Brian Berggoetz.  Head over to Spotify and enjoy the work of a rising music master.  

Brian Berggoetz
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