1997 Performer – 7th annual LA Music Awards
1997 Nominee – Male Vocalist of the Year – 7th annual LA Music Awards
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, syndicated in over 48 countries.
Following the show, Gore co-founded, recorded and toured with the critically acclaimed LA favorite indie band King Straggler, a band in which he formed alongside Oscar nominee 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.
Brentley 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
California Dreams (1992–1995)
Breaking Vegas (2005)
Extreme Movie (2008)