Singer/songwriter Bhi Bhiman released his first solo album in 2007 and he's been a professional musician for even longer than that. His fruitful career has seen him collaborate with Chris Cornell, play the big Prince tribute at Carnegie Hall with D'Angelo, The Roots, Elvis Costello, and more, appear on Judy Collins' duets album, and make a very funny, Whiplash-inspired video with Keegan-Michael Key for his song "Moving to Brussels," as well as much, much more. "Moving to Brussels" is the opening song on his latest album, 2015's Rhythm & Reason, which is a fantastic album that's rooted in classic soul, folk, and rock, and comes with socially conscious lyrics that have gained him several comparisons to both Bob Dylan and Marvin Gaye.

Bhi has a few shows coming up, including a headlining NYC show on March 10 at Carnegie Hall. For that show, he put together a band that includes guitarist Damien Verrett (aka So Much Light), Akie Bermiss (keys), Attis Clopton (drums), and Oscar Westesson (bass). Tickets for that show are on sale.

Bhi also plays Red Baraat's Festival of Colors in San Francisco, and that won't be the first time he plays with them. All dates are listed below.

Also, watch the video for "Moving to Brussels" with Keegan-Michael Key, the video for Rhythm & Reason's "Up In Arms" (feat. Rhiannon Giddens), and a video of Bhi playing "Hunger Strike" with Chris Cornell, below.

Bhi Bhiman -- 2018 Tour Dates
3/10 Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall New York, NY
3/12 Jammin Java Vienna, VA
3/15 South On Main Little Rock, AR
3/17 SF Jazz - Red Baraat's Festival of Colors San Francisco, CA