Jim Brickman



In advance: $75, $45, $35, $25
Day of show: $78, $48, $38, $28 

Jim Brickman


Jim Brickman invites you to join him for a brand new concert “Brickman Across America”.

Brickman will dazzle audiences with his unique piano style, all his greatest hits, and his compelling storytelling style playing his Greatest Hits and celebrating Cleveland’s Rock and Roll roots featuring Marc Lee Shannon - Guitarist with Michael Stanley's Resonators for 25 years, Anne Cochran and electric violinist Tracy Silverman plus other surprise guests.

In this special concert event, Brickman performs his most popular songs like "Valentine", "Love of My Life", "Never Alone", and “The Gift”, along with songs that capture the sound and spirit of each region of the country.

All performances will be recorded, and audiences are invited to take part in the interactive show. "Brickman Across America" showcasing the tour will be released on a compilation album in 2023.

Special Guests

Marc Lee ShannonMarc Lee Shannon

Guitarist with Michael Stanley's Resonators for 25 years and over 20 releases, Marc Lee Shannon is a Rustbelt singer-songwriter-guitarist from Ohio's "North Coast," with years of midwest "fall down, get up, dust off, and do it again" determination. A champion of everyday heroes, his soulful, melodic music chronicles the struggles and redemption of the lost, the found, the deserted, and the delivered. 

Anne CochranAnne Cochran

Anne Cochran has established herself as a beloved and respected live performer as well as a “First Call”and in demand, studio vocalist. Through her partnership with, Jim Brickman, she has garnered national acclaim as his featured lead vocalist on tours from Carnegie Hall to Severance Hall. Together, Brickman and Cochran celebrate a Top 5 Adult Contemporary hit single “After All These Years.”

Tracy SilvermanTracy Silverman - Electric Violinist

Lauded by BBC Radio as “the greatest living exponent of the electric violin”, Tracy Silverman is the world’s foremost electric violin soloist, bringing concert hall legitimacy to this next-generation instrument.