Brian began dancing in Louisville, KY in early 1997. Competitive by nature, Brian entered and won every competition he entered in 1998 and went on to win the Advanced & Renegade titles at Worlds 1999. At Worlds 2000, Brian won his first of a record setting 5 SuperStars World Championship titles before retiring from line dance in 2011. Brian made a comeback to the country floor dancing with Megan Anderson in 2016. They qualified for Masters and finished 3rd at the 2017 World Championships. Always a trend setter in line dance, Brian combined training from different styles to create a technique-based style that helped pave the way for the SuperStars division we see today. Brian pushed the limits of country dance. He was the first to wear Latin style pants instead of the traditional Wranglers, and the first competitor to wear the welt-less styled dance boot seen today.
by Bryce Greene | Sep 4, 2019