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09 May 2009 @ 10:38 pm
hey, can anyone do me a huge favor and upload bryan's song "lonely world" for me? thanks so much in advance. :)
19 December 2008 @ 07:24 am

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - HBO did some serious holiday shopping the past two days.

On Thursday, the pay cable network picked up to series a pair of male-centered comedies: "How to Make It in America" and "Bored to Death." They follow the Wednesday series order for "Hung," a comedy starring Thomas Jane as a well-endowed high school basketball coach.

"How to Make It in America" revolves a pair of enterprising twentysomethings (played by Bryan Greenberg, Victor Rasuk) who hustle their way through New York determined to achieve the American dream. Shannyn Sossamon and Scott "Kid" Mescudi co-starred in the pilot.

"Bored to Death" stars Jason Schwartzman as a struggling thirtysomething Brooklyn writer with a drinking problem who, after a painful breakup with his girlfriend, decides to emulate his heroes from the novels of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett. He takes out an ad pretending to be a private detective and starts taking cases, solving some and making others worse. Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis co-starred in the pilot.

HBO has not yet made a decision on several other pilots, including the comedies "Washingtonienne" and "Suburban Shootout" and the drama "Treme."

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter

08 December 2008 @ 05:47 pm
You can watch some clips and interviews of the Nobel Son Cast/Movie HERE
04 December 2008 @ 08:46 pm

Sunday night I was playing a show in Austin Texas. Tuesday night I was in LA walking the red carpet for my new movie Nobel Son and tomorrow I'm back on tour with Graham Colton and Michael Tolcher to hit up the east coast.

The tour has been amazing. We’re really having a great time every night. You’ve never seen guys rock so hard on acoustic guitars while singing love songs!!! After the shows it's been fun meeting all of the fans. So come and see us if we're coming to your city!

Don’t forget to check out my new movie NOBEL SON in theaters tomorrow, December 5th! This independent movie is like the little movie that could. We shot it 3 years ago and now it's opening up in 900 theaters around the nation. If you want to see a complex movie with Alan Rickman, kidnapping, cannibals, love scenes, car chases, twists, Nobel prizes, and my bare ass, check out Nobel Son!
22 November 2008 @ 06:42 pm
Bryan is just popping up everywhere! He now has his own Youtube page here. Check out the video he posted yesterday on the way to last night's show!

17 November 2008 @ 05:31 pm
Hi Everyone! I was lucky enough to catch Bryan's acoustic show with Tim Brantley, Michael Tolcher, and Graham Colton on Friday night. It was excellent! I was even luckier because I actually got to meet Bryan (briefly) after the show! Under the cut are some pictures as well as a 2 min. video of him singing "Waiting for Now." I apologize for the the fact the video is sideways and if the picture & sound quality is a little crappy - I need a new camera!

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Due to additional scheduling conflicts and the recent announcement of Bryan’s tour with Graham Colton and Michael Tolcher, we are unfortunately postponing Bryan’s Vienna, VA- Jammin Java concert again.

Great news is that fans that have purchased tickets to Bryan’s previously scheduled Jammin Java shows will be treated to a special performance from Bryan, Graham Colton and Michael Tolcher on December 10th.

Bryan sends his apologies out to all fans affected by this unexpected change and he looks forward to seeing you with Graham and Michael Tolcher.

Thank you for your understanding!

- Team BG

Bryan's Facebook

And here's the info for the Graham Colton/Bryan/Michael Tolcher date.
Friday, November 14, 2008
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Majestic Theatre
115 King Street
Madison, WI
19 October 2008 @ 05:40 pm
my friend went to see bryan perform in philly last night.
I live in Ohio and was unable to go, so she made a sign for me,
because she knows how much I love Bryan and his music.
She said that he told her that he'd never had one of those [a fansign],
and to tell me that "I was his first!" idk, I thought it was cute.

and here is the end result:
08 October 2008 @ 05:44 pm

Sorry, Hilarie ─ it looks like a certain "big lug" won't be returning to One Tree Hill.

Bryan Greenberg, who also and most recently fronted ABC's October Road, has landed one of the two leads in How to Make It in America, a comedy pilot for HBO. Victor Rasuk (Stop-Loss) fills the other spot, says the Hollywood Reporter.

Coproduced by Mark Wahlberg, How to Make It in America concerns a pair of industrious pals who live in New York while striving to achieve the American dream. Of course, here in the Big Apple that dream is "buying a lunch for less than $10."