In August 1999, Brian McKnight was releasing a great single of his - Back at One.
Brian McKnight is an American artist, acting as a songwriter, singer, actor, and multi-instrumentalist.
He plays piano, keyboards, guitar and bass guitar, trumpet, trombone, tuba, and many other instruments you may have never heard of.
He started his career in 1988 and sings mostly R&B and soul music genres.
Today’s song of his is Back at One, released in August 1999, a song written, produced, and performed by McKnight.
The free Back at One piano sheet music was released as an R&B song and was included in his fifth studio album named the same as the song - Back at One.
It has a length of 4:23 minutes in its original album version and it was shortened to 3:24 minutes for the radio edit.
When released, Back at One went straight on top of the charts, becoming one of the artist’s biggest successes.
The free Back at One piano sheets reached the top ten in New Zealand, Canada, and the U.S.
The interesting fact about the song is that in 2000, Ivete Sangalo recorded and released in South America an English-Brazilian version of Back at One.
Another worth mentioning version of the song is the one by Lulu, in 2001, released in the UK. This version was a duet with the Westlife pop band.
Also, Mark Wills’ version from 2000 was a total success, peaking at number two on the Billboard country singles charts.
Francis Lawrance directed the music video made for the song.
The video was nominated for R&B video of the year in the Music Video Production Association Awards.
The music video features Brian McKnight singing the song on a stage, together with his band. He looks awesome and romantic, as the melodic line of the Back at One.
If you want to have a romantic evening, choose Back at One to play at your piano today, as it is an excellent choice.