Rheins & Brickley|Songwriters
Since boyhood, David Rheins and Tim Brickley have been writing songs. Over the years, in fits and starts, in between loves and especially in the throws of deep dark loss, they have written songs in a variety of styles — some of which made it to their two independently-released albums : Be Apart (1995) and Everything That Ever Was (2005).
Brickley is also a jazz vocalist/bandleader. He performs regularly with his Quintet and 16-piece jazz Big Band, and leads a ten-piece party band, The Happy Millionaires. Apart from playing music, Brickley also is a producer and engineer. He owns Hit City Recording, located in Broad Ripple in Indy. He has recorded with many popular midwestern artists, including: The Zero Boys, Toxic Reasons, Rain Chorus, Rosetta Pebble and Amy Lashley.
Brickley has also produced and written music for film/television/theatre. In 1998, Mr. Brickley won an Emmy for his score for the television documentary Hoosier Hoops : The Golden Era. Jerry Springer presented him the award.
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