Brian Callihan Turns Up the Fun on “All A Man Needs” [Exclusive Premiere]

In life, it can be easy to be jealous about what others have that we may not. However, there’s often a coming of age moment where we realize that what we have is more than enough.

As he prepares to release his long-awaited debut album, Brian Callihan is proving he’s perfectly content on the album’s closer, “All A Man Needs,” premiering a week before the album’s release on Pro Country!

A blend of steel, fiddle and electric guitar licks open the upbeat song that discusses enjoying the simple things in life and being thankful, something that’s refreshing in a time where there isn’t a whole lot of positivity going on in the world.

With the release of his debut, self-titled album on November 27, Callihan is taking a big, new step in his career. Having already found great success as a writer, with cuts by Cole Swindell, Dylan Scott and Trent Tomlinson, among others, Callihan is putting on his artistic hat with the album, all the while, showing that his songwriting chops are still top notch. Enlisting the help of several hit co-writers, Callihan weaves his way through his 10-song effort and is proving himself to be both an artist and writer to watch as 2020 comes to a close and 2021 begins.

Of “All a Man Needs” and his self-titled debut, Callihan says he’s excited to see how they are received and enjoyed putting them together.

“‘All A Man Needs’ is a fun little jam with good ole’ country vibes to it,” says Callihan. “I am very proud of this album. It’s been a long time coming and I am very excited to see what it does.”

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