Brian Lambert is the Friendly Neighborhood Rock and Roller, a musician whose music embodies the very essence of feel-good rock with substance. Residing in Denton, Texas, Brian's music captures the heart and soul of the Lone Star State with every note he plays. 

But his music is not just limited to Texas. Brian's sound is a fusion of rock from the 80's and 90's with a modern twist, making it feel both timeless and contemporary. It's the kind of music that makes you want to dance and sing along, while also making you pause and reflect on life's deeper meanings. 

One of Brian's most notable achievements is The 52 Week Music Production Challenge, in which he released a fully produced song every week for an entire year. This project showcased not only his immense talent as a songwriter and musician, but also his commitment to the craft of music-making. 

In addition to his solo work, Brian also produces other artists such as the Jr Moz Collective, a group of talented musicians who share his passion for making music that connects with people on a deeper level. 

But Brian's musical talents don't stop there. He is also the lead singer in alt rock band The Star Crumbles, a group whose sound is modern with roots in 80's new wave. With Brian's powerful vocals and the band's infectious energy, The Star Crumbles have become a force to be reckoned with in the music world. 

With his magnetic stage presence and an unwavering dedication to his craft, Brian Lambert is a musician to watch. Whether he's performing solo or with his bandmates, his music has the power to uplift and inspire, making him a true rock and roll hero for the modern age.


...big-hearted indie rock reflects an impeccably crafted blend of eclectic interests. ” - Marc Schuster


...Lambert’s taken a step back to reshape at his own style, leading him to cozy up more to the likes of Grimes and Spoon than to the classic country folk acts he’s historically been compared to. That’s not to say that Lambert doesn’t still carry the standing of songwriters like Ol’ Hank and Dylan, but this new undertaking of indie rock is undeniably refreshing to hear, especially in this year of surprises and hard left turns. ” - Jack Anderson


Immediately upon pressing play on the song, it’s clear that “Ready To Begin” represents a significant step into indie rock for the performer, reminding us of the days when Death Cab for Cutie still made memorable music, circa 2000 to 2015. But, to paraphrase an infamous line from The O.C. about Death Cab, this song is not simply one guitar and a whole lot of complaining. Pretty far from it, actually. In fact, it’s all about embarking a new start without complaining.” - Eric Grubbs

Central Track

Honing his craft Lambert - who has been compared to such artists as Tom Petty and Hank Williams - has been finding inspiration and writing songs since he was a teenager. Now, his blend of country, folk and rock has made him a fixture on the Texas music scene.” - Jessica De Leon

Denton County Magazine

With Country Music Jesus, Lambert pairs memorable melodies with relatable stories of relationships, heartache, and life experiences with which you’ll connect.”

The Daily Country

...the love child of Bob Dylan and Ryan Adams. ”

The Dentonite