Bryan McLellan

Bryan McLellan Bryan established himself in London in 1997 after moving from his native Canada. He studied drums at the Musicians Institute where he graduated at the top of his class. It was during this time that he started to become involved in the London session scene which lead to him recording and touring with artists like chart topper Tom McRae and indie legend David Gedge (The Wedding Present, Cinerama).

He was then asked to join mainstream radio band Vega 4 in 1999 who released two major label albums under Capitol records ('Satellites') and Sony BMG ('You and Others'). Music from 'You and Others' which Bryan co-wrote has been used in numerous Hollywood films as well as major network television shows such as Greys Anatomy, One Tree Hill and The Hills.

During this time, Bryan toured extensively around the world and shared the stage with acts like Snow Patrol, Robbie Williams, The Fray, Ben Harper, Nickelback and Bryan Adams.

Vega4 disbanded in 2008 and Bryan joined UK band Tape the Radio who released "Heartache and Fear" (HiTone Records), an album on which Bryan was also a co-writer. Music from the Heartache and Fear was used in numerous television shows in the US.

Currently, Bryan is a member of 24Pesos, one of the UK's most critically acclaimed blues bands. They have released two albums (The Boogieworm - 2008 and Busted, Broken and Blue - 2010) and are currently working on a third.

Bryan also maintains a busy private teaching schedule in London and is a member of the teaching faculty at the London Centre of Contemporary Music.


Tape The Radio / 24Pesos