Bryan was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, in the working-class neighborhood of Dorchester. Full of heart, Bryan brings his passionate brand of folk music directly to the people. His drenched shirt is evidence of the intensity of his performance. From show to show and state to state, he is building his audience with little help from the fading music industry. His songs are stripped down human emotion spitting blood. His songs are stories. They are scars. They are the monsters in the closet in the middle of the night. They are struggle and they are triumph. This is one man belting - at the top of his lungs - his honest, emotional impressions of the world.
In 2012 Bryan released his second full length album, the critically-acclaimed American Boy / American Girl. He then embarked on an extensive national tour, performing alongside Amanda Palmer and Michael Moore at the Occupy Oakland Encampment, Steve Earle for Litquake's Woody Guthrie Tribute Show, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, and the Dropkick Murphys. He has spent most of 2012 and 2013 on the road carving out his own niche. He has been featured in The Huffington Post, The Boston Phoenix, Dig Boston, and The San Francisco Bay Guardian. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.