Piano, Fender Rhodes, Electric Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Tuba, Saxophone, Trumpet, Drums, Violin
R&B, Soul, Funk, Blues, Rock, Pop, Jazz
Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Bill Withers, Billy Joel, Elton John, Bruce Hornsby, Paul Simon, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Dirty Loops, Robert Glasper, Peter Gabriel, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan
Brett Cline Solo (Various Styles) - 1995-Present (Piano/Vocal), River’s Edge FPC (Worship) - 1996-Present (Keyboards, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals), Brett Cline Trio (Jazz) - 2016-Present (Piano), Soul Sessions (R&B,Funk) - 2016-Present (Keys, Bass, Vocals), FunkLand (Funk) 2018-Present (Bass), Sunday Five (Folk/Rock) 2017-Present (Bass, Vocals), Kori Free & The Groove Hounds - 2017- Present (Bass, Background Vocals), Hipsonic (Classic Rock) - 2017-Present (Bass), Alex Meixner Band (Polka,Rock,Jazz) - 2017-Present (Keys,Bass,Tuba, Vocals), Mr. Jones Group (Soul/Rock) - 2018 (Bass/Keys/Vocals)
Improvisation, Ear Training, Jazz, Soul/R&B, Pop/Rock, Blues, Music Theory, Composition/Songwriting
Us and Them: A Tribute to Pink Floyd - (Progressive Rock) 2017 (Keys, Vocals), A Tribute to Heart (Classic Rock) - 2016 (Piano/Keys, Background Vocals), Monty Tyler Band (Blues and Soul) - 2002-2017 (Keyboards, BG Vocals), Phil Marshall (Rock) - 2012 (Piano, BG Vocals), Proteus (Progressive Rock) - 2005-2007 (Keyboards, Vocals), I Am August (Pop/Rock) - 2004-2005 (Keyboards, BG Vocals), Hypothesis (Various Styles) - 2002-2003 (Keyboards, Vocals), Brett Cline Solo (Various Styles) - 1995-Present
About Brett Cline
Over the past two decades, he has worked with dozens of musicians both in a live setting, and in the recording studio in almost every genre of music, and has privately taught music to students of all ages. Currently, he maintains a busy schedule performing and teaching, and in his spare time enjoys practicing new concepts and instruments. Brett is passionate about music and is fascinated by its many parallels to spoken language, its emotive power, and its 'endless rabbit hole' of knowledge, which he pursues through various instruments.