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|Born||June 19, 1974|
|Origin||Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Genres||Americana, Indie Country rock|
|Labels||Reds Basement Records |
Authentica RecordsMCA Records
|Associated acts||King Straggler|
Brentley Gore (born June 19, 1974) is an American singer/songwriter and actor. He is best known for his role as Matt Garrison on NBC’s California Dreams.
Following the show, Gore co-founded, recorded and toured with the LA favorite indie band King Straggler, a band that he formed with John Hawkes and Rodney Eastman. King Straggler had many songs featured in film and television including the Jeff Bridges film The Amateurs and Men of a Certain Age. The song "Wasted Love" was featured in the film .45 starring Milla Jovovich. In 2011, Gore released his first solo album Up Until Now, which premiered at #4 on the Reverb Nation Hot New Artist Chart.
Gore also founded the non-profit Los Angeles Performing Arts Foundation in 2009.
- Up Until Now (July 17, 2011)
- King Straggler (Authentica Records) - 2005
- California Dreams MCA Records- 1992
- Denny Seiwell - Drums on "Baby" and "So Much Better" and "I'll Get By" Up Until Now
- David Immerglück - Guitar on "Baby" and "So Much Better" and "I'll Get By" Up Until Now
- Davey Faragher - Bass on "Baby" and "So Much Better" and "I'll Get By" Up Until Now
- Craig Gore and Masa - Guitars on "Dear God" Up Until Now
- Josh Freeze - Drums on "Dear God" Up Until Now
- Dan Rothchild - Bass on "Dear God" Up Until Now