Brian Winfield


Brian Winfield is a genuine Texan from Humble, Texas. His songs are as authentic as he is, with a simple honesty that transcends the cliched rhetoric of today's country music.

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Coming home is a frequent theme in the stories of life, and sometimes those stories come with a soundtrack. It’s called country music.
The best country music can transport you immediately. It can make you think of home, bring you home, and especially, celebrate you actually being home. One such celebration will be taking place in the San Augustine area on February 11, 2022.
Concert promoter Steve Fountain is bringing the talents of charting singer/songwriter Brian Winfield and exciting young vocalist Brittlyn Jackson to Sweets & Eats in the San Augustine Town Square.
Fountain is a retired Air Force recruiter and former bodybuilder who has parlayed his talent for enlisting and motivating into concert promoting. For the last 15+ years, he has been presenting live music shows in venues across Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
The upcoming February 11 Country & More show will feature hometown harmonies with hometown ties. Both Brian Winfield and Brittlyn Jackson are Texas born and bred, and they each have local connections.
“My family is originally from San Augustine,” relates Winfield, 46, “and I am excited to be the hometown boy coming back to perform for the hometown folks.”
Jackson, 15, says, “A bunch of my dad’s family is from San Augustine. I hope a lot of our family shows up and everyone has a good time.”
Winfield performs his own original material. Songs harvested from the ups and downs of his life as he travels the Texas highways.
“I want authenticity,” he says, “I want to give them a piece of my life, what I've lived through, not [just] on a surface or skin deep level, but to truly dive in and share a piece of my soul.”

 The one-time coach and teacher loves the fact that he is now playing music full time, and is proud to note that his current track, Texas Highway, is at #78 on the Texas Regional Radio Report Top 100. He is looking forward to connecting to the San Augustine audience much as he has done with his father in the past.
“Communicating on an emotional level can sometimes be tough, but through song we just bond,” Winfield says, “That’s the common denominator–country music.”
High school sophomore Brittlyn Jackson would seem to agree, saying that country music has always made her feel better, “It just lifts me up!”
The young vocalist’s musical endeavors are fomented by her parents, who early on recognized Jackson’s talent.
“My mother never sang professionally, just sang around the house,” she relates, saying she eventually started singing along too. Her parents have had her sing in church, at family events, and at area karaoke venues, to much general appreciation.
“A lot of our cousins would get me to sing when I was younger,” she recalls, “We would camp out and have little get-togethers and everyone would always want to hear me sing.”
It’s these fond childhood memories that bring an especial sense of coming home for these two country crooners.
“I loved San Augustine as a young boy,” says Winfield, “Now I’m glad to come back to get everybody to come together and celebrate life with some home-grown country music”
The Country & More show will be held on February 11, 2022, at Sweets & Eats in the San Augustine Town Square, by reservation only. For reservations and more information, call the restaurant at (936) 288-5080.

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