Little Bihlman is an Emmy Award-winning singer-songwriter who has worked with legendary artists such as John Fogerty, Trey Anastasio (Phish), Dug Pinnick (King's X), and legendary bluesman Son Seals. His new album, The Legend Of Hipster Billings, is an Americana influenced rock album.
The ten original songs and stories on The Legend of Hipster Billings are carved from life's struggles and triumphs inspired by motorbikes, sunshine, coffee, dust, whiskey, rain, tattoos, scars, gasoline and heartbreak. The album invites you on a musical journey through the heartland of America. From Chicago to Nashville, across the great Mississippi into the badlands of Dakota, up into the majestic mountains of Utah and down into the lights of the big city of Las Vegas. It was recorded and produced by Miles Fulwider (Wynton Marsalis, Willie Nelson, Norah Jones and Chick Corea) and Andrew Glasmacher.
Bihlman himself looks back on his own personal journey as well as collaborations with such prominent artists as John Fogerty, Trey Anastasio (Phish), Dug Pinnick (King's X) and legendary bluesman Son Seals while putting a new contemporary spin on Americana rock by using deep lyrics, dirty guitar riffs, gospel harmonies and infectious grooves that give this album a special power. Bihlman's songs embody an authentic approach to the essence of heart and soul that binds us all together.
Throughout his career Bihlman has been featured in more than 50 songs on TV and movies worldwide on such networks as FOX, ABC, and CBS, as well as Netflix. His songs have appeared on Sons of Anarchy, Days of Our Lives, and most recently, Big Sky.
Little Bihlman has blazed a trail down the American rock highway, establishing himself as a versatile musician and singer-songwriter. A touring veteran, he has played with many of the great rock and blues legends at world-famous venues, including the White House with legendary bluesman Son Seals. Over the years, Little has worked with Grammy award-winning producers such as Jim Gaines (Journey, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Huey Lewis and the News), Roy Thomas Baker (Queen, The Cars) and Bruce Robb (Cherokee Studios), to name a few.
Like a lost lover from your past, these songs whisper in your ear to live immediately and ravish life’s mystery.