Brian Lord (born 1965) is a country music artist located in Echuca, Australia. He has been a vocalist and guitarist for Bendigo-formed bands Total Kaos (1987), No Mercy (1987–1992, relocated to Melbourne), BJ & the Fatties (1992–1993, relocated to Echuca). In Echuca, he formed the Brian Lord Party Band in 1996, also called The Party Band.
By 2006, he had released three singles into the Australian Country Music Charts - "My Bare Hands" (written by Greg Macainish - Aus), "Love Had The Last Word" (A duet with Kayleen Newton and written by Alan Wagstaff - NZ) and "Finders Keepers" (written by Paul Miller and Teena Eaton - USA). His first singles received many accolades in Australia in 2001 in the Victorian Country Music Awards.
Brian Lord is also following another of his passions, becoming a well known marketer both on and offline. Brian is married to Kim, (née Stockton) who was an undefeated professional boxer and Australian Amateur boxing champion and they have 3 children.
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