Bryan, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, started playing bass as a teenager. He was influenced by many bass players of different genres. Bryan's first steady gig was playing for his church in the mid-1980's. He recorded a gospel album, The Time Is Now, with members of his church in 1991.
In 1992, Bryan moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and began working on various projects. In 1996, he started playing with Drawing Lines, a pop/rock band with a touch of blues and funk. He also performed around Atlanta with the popular jazz quartet, The Will Culbreath Project. Between gigs and rehearsals, Bryan recorded three solo CDs, Without The Words, Playtime and Spice.
Bryan's music is a blend of funk, Latin, reggae, as well as many other influences. Bryan calls it "Groove." If you feel like dancing or just relaxing, there is a groove for you. Now living in San Diego, Bryan recently completed two new projects, Beaufort Avenue & Slow Your Roll.