Brenn’s newest album, Painkiller, now available.



Austin Triangle

I Like (What I've Got)

Not A Soldier

God And My Wife

Cambridge in the Rain


No Country for Faithless Men

Navajo Rug

Too Hurt to Heal

Two of a Kind

The Humble Son

One Last Ride

Angel Fly Away


From the open spaces of the Rocky Mountain West, Brenn Hill adds a special twist to the typical GenX… Cowboy Style. Through writing and singing the songs that keep alive the tradition and heart of the American cowboy, Brenn has made a commitment to maintain the legend of the West.

ReRides embraces cowboy life—the old and the new. Hard work, big skies, steadfastness, new love, cowboy pride… these are the values and charm that are no different for the cowboy today than the cowboy that lived a hundred years ago.

ReRides features 18 freshly recorded songs many of which are signature to the Brenn Hill sound and perspective. Songs like Call You Cowboy, an award-winning cowboy anthem that describes the coming-of-age struggle of so many young people in agriculture. Burnin’ Hair—a song that captures the true spirit of the ranch branding party and livestock production. It includes Greys River Road, Wyoming Wind, and Lady Idaho—odes to the states that have inspired Brenn throughout his life. Cowboy Cadillac and Bitter Creek are love songs for the young and old alike. There is a cover of Gary McMahon’s cowboy classic The Old Double Diamond and a new original, Long Roll the Wagon—a tribute to young buckaroos of the Great Basin.

And many more…

This collection of favorites has never been made available digitally until now. Brenn’s seasoned and passionate voice gives new meaning to fan-favorite songs. Recorded by and with some of the music industry’s finest talent, ReRides is sure to captivate listeners who love and long for the Great American West.


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Howlin’ On the Wind
Rocky Mountain Drifter
Black Joe
The Last Catch

Old Ghost

Muddy Creek

Buffalo Beard

There Goes My Son

Drivin’ Daddy’s Jeep

And The River Ran Red

Through the Lightnin’ Storm

Oklahoma Wind

My Angel Wings

Shoot Me

With Rocky Mountain Drifter, his fourteenth album, songwriter and singer Brenn Hill follows a trail far and deep into the heart and soul of the American West. His clear, powerful voice wrings every ounce of feeling from every song, interpreting compositions that reflect the West of today and recollect the West of days gone by. While retaining the roots of the tradition, the arrangements and instrumentation refresh and rejuvenate the substance of cowboy and Western music. Masterful musicians and expert production contribute to a spirited sound sure to seize listeners by the ears and energize emotions.

Brenn’s fourteen original compositions on Rocky Mountain Drifter tell tales of courage, adventure, tragedy, violence, faith, family, longing, struggle, and despair—the full spectrum of the human experience, played out under wide western skies. The title song anticipates the tender homecoming of a traveling man, while “Angel Wings” contemplates a homecoming of a different kind. “There Goes My Son” and “Drivin’ Daddy’s Jeep” address the anxieties of raising teenagers in complicated times, while “Old Ghosts” and “Shoot Me” delve into the opposite end of life. Storytelling takes a hard twist in “Black Joe” and “Buffalo Beard” as they plow a fresh new furrow through the West. The haunting “And the River Ran Red” recounts, with honest reverence, the bloodiest massacre in Western history. Other originals in the collection likewise peel away expectations to plumb new depths. Also included is a fresh rendition of the iconic “Desperados Waiting for a Train” by celebrated Texas legend Guy Clark, and a sparkling interpretation of the number-one Dan Seals rodeo hit, “Everything That Glitters.”

With its wide appeal and deep meaning, watch for Brenn Hill’s Rocky Mountain Drifter to reach new heights in Western music.

Listeners will learn of Rocky Mountain Drifter through social media, e-mail, and other online encounters and advertising. A “Making of Rocky Mountain Drifter – Part 1” and “Making of Rocky Mountain Drifter – Part 2″ videos and the official Rocky Mountain Drifter music video will excite existing fans and attract new ones. Reviews and features will appear in appropriate print media.


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How You Heal
Middle Age Cowboy
Highway to Nogales
Twenty and Cowboy
American Blue Eyes
Fair Weather Cowboy
The Mountain is My Mistress
The Dell
Cowgirl Dreams
Mama Bair
The Houndsman
She Could’ve Married A Cowboy
Knight On A White Horse
A Better Friend
Wolf Reaper

HOW YOU HEAL is the twelfth original studio album from Cowboy Singer/Songwriter Brenn Hill. Inspired by a life in and a love of the West, Hill continues to give great insight to the indomitable spirit of the Cowboy and the high and lonesome corners of the last American frontiers.

Surrounded by some of the music industry’s finest instrumentalists, Brenn’s confident performances reflect an undeniable passion for his music and the people and places that inspire him. The title track, “How You Heal”, is a poignant tribute to a Utah Ranch Family reeling in the wake of tragedy. In its haunting refrain, we learn “how you heal a cowboy’s heart”. There is “healing in the mountain’s church” and “peace for the hearts that hurt”. It is the song that Brenn calls his “greatest work yet.”

“Modern-Day, Middle-Age Cowboy” is a tribute to the forty-something cowboys that are torn between the life they long to live and the obligations of a growing family. “Twenty and Cowboy” is a look back at the wonder and optimism that a young cowboy experiences as he hires on for his first job in the saddle. “The Highway To Nogales” is the story of a brave cowboy’s desperate plea to a Mexican Drug Lord and his odyssey through the Sonoran Desert. “Mono” gives insight to the depth and strength of the kinship between a cowboy and his working partner – the horse. “Knight On a White Horse” honors fatherhood and the integrity of family, while “Wolf Reaper” and “The Houndsman” give real insight to the men who spend their winters chasing the great predators of the West.

HOW YOU HEAL is a recording that covers a broad range of themes, none more prominent than a pure love of the land. It is both a look back and forward from an artist that knows what it takes to survive, thrive, and find love in the rugged and beautiful mountains and plains of the American West. Order your CD today!

CUT-BY-CUT (The story behind the songs)

01 How You Heal
02 Middle Age Cowboy
03 Highway to Nogales
04 Twenty and Cowboy
05 American Blue Eyes
06 Fair Weather Cowboy
07 The Mountain is My Mistress
08 Mono
09 The Dell
10 Cowgirl Dreams
11 Mama Bair
12 The Houndsman
13 She Could’ve Married A Cowboy
14 Knight On A White Horse
15 A Better Friend
16 Wolf Reaper


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    Spirit Rider
    The Land of No Return
    Guns A Blazin’
    Hill Family Song
    Daddy’s And Daughters
    Ballad of Sim Weston, Jr

    Defenders Recording Company announces the release of SPIRIT RIDER, the eleventh studio recording from Singer/Songwriter Brenn Hill. Recorded at Spiral Studios of St George Utah and produced by Brenn Hill and Ryan Tilby , this Faith-Based collection of original songs and popular Hymns was released March 31st, 2015.

    Featuring one of the West’s most dynamic solo artists surrounded by some of the music industry’s finest instrumentalists, SPIRIT RIDER gives bold insight to western life, the land, and the perspective of the Christian Cowboy.

    “Spirit Rider” is a song that portrays the triumphant return of a fallen cowboy to his ranching family after a tragic and accidental death. “Guns A Blazin’” and “Daddies And Daughters” honor the deep love of a father for his children and “Land of No Return” reconnects an Angel with his family following a plane crash that left his “body in ruins ‘neath a stand of Douglas Fir.”

    Popular Hymns like “How Great Thou Art” and “The Rugged Old Cross” are Cowboy Church Classics recorded in contemporary form while Andy Wilkinson’s “Power In the Wind” and Red Steagall’s “One Empty Cot In the Bunkhouse” leave you with visions of the Texas Canyons that inspired them.

    If you love and long for the West, if the Mountain is your Church, and if Christ is your Beacon, SPIRIT RIDER will take you to high places.



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    Ode to Selway
    Breakaway Runaway
    Blacktail Butte
    Ridin' Job
    A Cowgirl's Goodbye
    The Ones That Changed Our Lives
    The Bristlecone Pine
    It Wasn't California
    Salmon River Motel
    The Rawhide Braider
    Angles in this Room
    50 Years

    Announcing the new release from singer/songwriter Brenn Hill, Red Cliffs Press is proud to present a collection of music that honors the great Selway Wilderness and beyond. Featuring twelve all-new, all-original songs and a cover of legendary Ian Tyson’s “Fifty Years Ago,”  (more…)



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    High Country
    Hey Dawson
    Courage In The Saddle
    Single Winter Rose
    Bruneau Canyon
    Purple Heart
    A Mother's Love
    Just Gettin' Started
    Rodeo Heaven
    The Buckaroo Fringe
    Horses In Heaven

    RODEO HEAVEN is the eighth recording for Hill and the sixth under the Red Cliffs Press labeland produced by Brenn and his multi-instrumentalist cohort Ryan Tilby. It features veteran guitarist Rich Dickson and legendary Spokane, Washington bluegrass percussionist Bart Olson.  Hill penned fourteen all-new songs for the album which largely commemorates the immortality of one of the world’s most iconic figures-the cowboy.  “Live” studio recordings feature Brenn playing and singing surrounded by all-star musicians and capture raw emotion and dynamic energy with no auto-tune or studio tricks in chain.