He stated at that time he was scattered. He did a science degree and was also good at sports and he wasn't sure what direction his life was going to go.
"It was fun and I really enjoyed myself," he said.
When he isn't making CDs he's running a musical festival in Halifax called "In The Dead Of Winter," with a few of his friends who are also musicians.
He started playing piano when he was very young and took lessons in the valley.
"I loved growing up in the valley," he said." It was amazing and I would not trade it for the world."
Mr. Brownrigg plays guitar these days an instrument he did not learn to play until he was 23.
"It is interesting because you get to meet all the up and coming musicians," he said
"I was really shy and quiet, and was never really a singer that much," he said. "So I would go and take my keyboard and the songs I wrote and get up on stage."
Mr. Brownrigg credits the Khyber Club in Halifax for being the place where he got his first big break. That is where he sang his first song and had his first CD released.
In the beginning he played mainly played piano and accompanied other singers or musicians in bands.
Fight for Your Castle is just one of the many songs on Mr. Brownrigg's new CD to be released this fall. The title of the CD is It Takes All Kinds To Make This World I Find.
"I was around music my whole life as a child," he said. "It was just always there."
Even though he has been in Halifax for the past 12 years, he always makes a point to get back home to his roots two or three times a year.
Then he really got into sports and wasn't playing a lot of music except for what he did for his own enjoyment.
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He wanted to get over his shyness and he knew this was something that he wanted to do.
His first CD called Wander Songs was nominated for best folk recording and he was nominated for best new artist at the East Coast Music Awards.
"I was going to go into chiropractic medicine, and then I thought about law," he said.
Eventually his love of music set him in that direction and his parents have been very supportive of his career.
He said the song has special meaning for him because he wrote it about his home in the Codroy Valley.
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He started going to open mics in Halifax. He wouldn't tell any of his friends at the time what he was doing.
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Living in Halifax now, Mr. Brownrigg will be touring Newfoundland and Labrador in May. He will be on tour with Amelia Curran who recently won a Juno for best folk CD. They will be performing at Arts and Culture Centres throughout the province from Gander to Labrador.
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