Since his 1994 debut, Brickman's romantic piano sound has made him the best selling solo piano artist of our time.
His 2008 album, "Faith" has earned him a Grammy nomination in the Best New Age Album category. It's Brickman's second Grammy nomination. In 2003 he received a nomination for "Peace, in the Best Instrumental category.
Brickman, on his piano accompanied by a vocalist, stopped by "The Early Show Saturday Edition"'s "Second Cup Cafe" to perform "Never Alone" with Anne Cochran, a single from his Grammy-nominated CD, as well as "Simple Things."
Best-known for his compositions "Angel Eyes" and vocal "Valentine" and "The Gift" hits, Brickman has had quite a successful run.
He has six Gold and Platinum-selling albums and has charted more adult radio hits (28) than any other artist.
As a top-selling recording artist, Brickman has sold over five million compact discs worldwide. He's taken the Adult Contemporary radio charts by storm, with four No. 1 singles, seven Top Five singles and 11 Top Ten singles.
His collaborations include tracks with Olivia Newton-John, Kenny Loggins, Michael Bolton, Donny Osmond and Herb Alpert. His latest album is "Beautiful World."
Brickman's likeability doesn't stop at music: It transcends the airwaves as a radio personality and host of the long-running, nationally syndicated program, "Your Weekend with Jim Brickman."