|Born||May 26, 1976|
|Genres||Country, cowboy, folk, popular|
|Occupation(s)||Singer / Songwriter / Musician|
|Instruments||Singer, Acoustic Guitar|
|Years active||1986 – Present|
|Labels||Red Cliffs Press, Real West Productions|
Brenn Hill (born May 26, 1976 in Ogden, Utah) is an American Western music singer-songwriter specialising in country and cowboy music.. He won the Western Music Association Crescendo Award in 2001 and was named the 2004 Academy of Western Artists Male Vocalist of the Year.
Brenn Hill self-released two albums, Rangefire in 1997 and Deeper Than Mud in 1999. In 2000 his third album, Trail Through Yesterday, was released by the Real West Productions record label. The album was produced by cowboy and Western musician Ian Tyson. 2001 saw the release of Hill's Call You Cowboy, an "authentic country" that was praised by Allmusic as "clearly can't be mistaken for another cookie-cutter, neo-traditional Nashville pretty boy."  The album won the Western Music Association's Crescendo Award, awarded to the year's biggest rising star in the genre.
Red Cliffs Press
In 2004 Hill released Endangered on his own record label, Red Cliffs Press. The album featured the top 20 Texas music chart hits "Buckaroo Tattoo" and "Pickup Truck Cafe", and was praised in American Cowboy magazine as "A collection of 14 songs with a fuller sound, more intricate arrangements, higher production values, and just a more individualistic stamp on it than Hill's previous work." Produced by Eddie Schwartz and recorded at Ocean Way studios in Nashville, Endangered won the Academy of Western Artists Male Vocalist of the Year Award, and was nominated for Album of the Year and Song of the Year for "Buckaroo Tattoo".
What A Man's Got To Do (2007)
In 2007 Hill returned to Nashville to record his sixth album, the first he produced himself, What A Man's Got To Do, at Beaird Music Group studios. American Cowboy magazine commenting that "this latest effort looks to be his best ever... What you have to like about Brenn Hill is his honesty and his devotion to the West. He is skilled as a lyricist as well as a composer."  Western Horseman magazine said that "Hill isn’t content pigeon-holing his music as cowboy or country. It’s simply his music – a blend of classic and contemporary." 
- 2016 How You Heal
- 2015 Spirit Rider
- 2013 Ode to Selway
- 2011 North Pole Rodeo
- 2011 Rodeo Heaven
- 2010 Equine
- 2007 What A Man's Got To Do
- 2004 Endangered
- 2001 Call You Cowboy
- 2000 Trail Through Yesterday
- 1999 Deeper Than Mud
- 1997 Rangefire
- Lankford Jr., Ronnie D. "Call You Cowboy" in Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r543381
- Mullins, Jesse. "Endangered By Brenn Hill" in American Cowboy. July/August2004.
- Mullins Jr., Jesse. "What A Man's Got To Do By Brenn Hill" in American Cowboy. September/October2007.
- Denison, Jenifer. "Bards & Balladeers - Old Meets New" in Western Horseman. November2007.