COTTAGE GROVE – Many longtime rock ’n’ roll fans – particularly here in the Pacific Northwest – would rank the Beatles and Nirvana as two of the greatest – if not the greatest – bands of all time.
They certainly represent two extremely diverse musical styles and two completely different eras of music, as their transcendent sounds helped to define those eras.
It’s that kind of diversity that helps to define Brian Bielanski, whose bio begins like this:
Imagine Nirvana and the Beatles had a kid together who became an acoustic rock singer/songwriter: that . . .