Performing live at Jack’s upstairs.
Country’s most enduring artists have always balanced a strong sense of self with broad appeal, even - maybe especially - those from Texas. Odessa’s own Brian Milson is no exception. In fact, he’s modeled his career on many of them. Possessed of a supple baritone somewhere between Toby Keith and Chris Young, driven by a West Texas work ethic and recently aligned with several Nashville’s savviest star makers, Milson is nine years into the well-traveled path of the 10-year overnight success. Most of those miles were accumulated between the south west’s beer halls and honky tonks.