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Brian Culbertson
Another Long Night Out

Brian Culbertson - Another Long Night Out

Brian Culbertson was a 20-year-old student at DePaul University recording demos in his bedroom 'studio'. Those demos not only landed the then trombone player in DePaul's jazz ensemble a record deal, but they were released a year later - February 1994 - as part of his debut album, Long Night Out. Twenty years later, he's an award-winning hit recording artist, songwriter, and producer who is revisiting that first collection of songs in a brand-new album as Another Long Night Out, and this time he'll be accompanied by many of the contemporary jazz artists who influenced him when making the original.

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"Fullerton Ave (Featuring Chuck Loeb)"


  1. 1. City Lights (Featuring Lee Ritenour)
  2. 2. Fullerton Ave (Featuring Chuck Loeb)
  3. 3. Beyond The Frontier
  4. 4. Heroes Of The Dawn (Featuring Eric Marienthal & Rick Braun)
  5. 5. Beautiful (Featuring Steve Lukather)
  6. 6. Double Exposure (Featuring Russ Freeman)
  7. 7. Twilight (Featuring Eric Mariethal)
  8. 8. Horizon (Featuring 'Patches' Stewart)
  9. 9. Alone With You
  10. 10. Long Night Out (Featuring Candy Dulfer)
  11. 11. Changing Tides (Featuring Jonathan Butler)

Upcoming Tour Dates

  • Apr 25
    Alexandria, VA, US Brian Culbertson at Birchmere
  • Apr 26
    Durham, NC, US Brian Culbertson at Carolina Theatre Durham
  • Apr 27
    Annapolis, MD, US Brian Culbertson at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
  • May 02
    Charleston, SC, US Brian Culbertson at Charleston Music Hall
  • May 03
    Orlando, FL, US Brian Culbertson at The Plaza Live
  • May 04
    Birmingham, AL, US Brian Culbertson at The Lyric Theatre
  • May 05
    College Park, GA, US Brian Culbertson, Najee, and Norman Brown at Wolf Creek Amphitheater
  • May 08
    Evansville, IN, US Brian Culbertson at Victory Theatre
  • May 09
    Milwaukee, WI, US Brian Culbertson at Northern Lights Theater/Event Center, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
  • May 10
    Minneapolis, MN, US Brian Culbertson at Cedar Cultural Center
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