Each Saturday morning from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., you can tune in to hear Jim Brickman.   He is bringing his 'Love Tour' downtown in February.

Jim Brickman jumped into the world of music at the tender age of five.   He began his professional piano composition and performance while attending college in Cleveland. By 1996, he was working with Martina McBride on this little ditty:

He has since collaborated with several other artists such as:  Michael W. Smith, Lady Antebellum, David Cassidy, Wayne Brady, and has even wrote and performed commercials for McDonalds.

Over the years, Jim has enjoyed a great amount of success in the music business, as a writer, composer, duet partner, and with his four hour radio show, which can be heard here on Y105.  He has performed on television several times, and even took part in PBS Specials and the Disney Songbook.

Wednesday, February 12th at 7:30 p.m.  he will be on the stage of the Mayo Civic Center.  Tickets for the performance range from $ 30 to $ 65.

I went to see Jim Brickman a few years ago.   It was really a fascinating experience.   Jim sounded fantastic.   He brought with him several other very talented musicians to incorporate into his show, such as Tracy Silverman.   I just adored Silverman's electric violin.   He is tagging along for this 'Love Tour' also.  Watch Tracy Silverman play his electric violin. Prepare to be dazzled and to enjoy some delicious ear candy if you attend this concert in Rochester.