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Brian Lee Robinson 
The best songwriters tap into life’s ups and downs. Perhaps no one knows this better than Songwriter Brian Lee Robinson  
At the age of twenty-two Brian packed up a trailer and headed off to Music City, U.S.A. I was crazy, constantly battling my self-destructive habits.” During that time Brian landed many cuts from the likes of “Whispering Bill” Anderson, Hank Thompson, and Jack Greene.” However, Brian’s most celebrated chart success came in 1985 when a song of his entitled “You Lifted Me High Enough” - performed by The Mercey Brothers – peaked at number ten on the Canadian Country Charts.  
The stress of near-success and Brian Lee’s constant battle with addictions caused him to move back home to Texas in 1999 to regain control of his life. I needed to step away from the music business for a while. By 2013, he began working on his début album as a singer/songwriter. In 2014, he released Written With Blood, a raw and real collection of 12  
all original songs. Critic's remarked, that it's key track, "That Old Cat", stood out as a 'Johnny Cash meets Townes Van Zant' classic collision of classic country. 
His new EP, The Texas SIde of Nashville, is cut in the studio and more polished, but the songwriting and down home honesty is unmistakable. It is pure Brian Lee Robinson