super talent

Waller, Ron
January 2002
Billboard;1/12/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p46
Trade Publication
Profiles singer, songwriter and producer Brian McKnight on the anniversary of his tenth year in the popular music industry. Biographical details, including his signing of a recording contract at the age of 19; His success in popular music, including the song 'You Gotta Go,' the soundtrack album 'When We Were Kings' and others; Comments from several colleagues about his appeal as an artist, writer and arranger; Reasons for his success, according to his manager, Herb Trawick.


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