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Bryan David Knight
Bryan David Knight
4 Top 50
38 Tracks
Singer/songwriter, recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, producer, arranger, and recording engineer. Record releases by IRL Records & Otter River Records.
El Corazon
Today #80 in General Latin subgenre
The Tangerine Rose
Peak in sub-genre #13
Dreams Of Peace
Peak in sub-genre #35
Almond Jam
Peak in sub-genre #9
I currently perform as a solo artist and singer/songwriter. All of my recordings were recorded, mixed, and produced from start to finish in my home studio. My original songs are somewhat eclectic but I would generally categorize them as a fusion of rock, blues, folk/country, funk, and jazz.
Band/artist history
BRYAN DAVID KNIGHT World Wide Entertainer Recording Artist Singer/Songwriter Bryan David Knight is a music veteren, having performed with over 100 bands thoughout his career. Born in Dallas Texas, Bryan began his formal musical training on the piano at eight years of age. He took up the trombone in school band at ten. In Jr. high School, Bryan was inspired to teach himself guitar and formed his first band, The Unexpected. As a freshman in high school, he took began playing electric bass and helped form a popular local band, Jay Mann Co, laying a foundation for his future onstage performances with multiple instruments. Bryan attended Richland Jr. College 1972-74 while playing trombone with NSA Brass Band in Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, San Diego, and Tokyo. Relocating to San Antonio in 1975, Bryan played keyboards and guitar full time in numerous local professional bands. He spent 1978-1984 performing with various road bands, including Caper, Hubcap & the Tire Tools, Chris Michaels, and Jerry Waddel while touring through over 40 states. Bryan has performed at such famous venues as the Fountain Blue Hilton in Miami Beach, as well as Maxim's, Circus World, and The Sahara in Las Vegas. He has shared the stage with over 100 bands and artists during his career, including Herb Albert, The Smothers Brothers, Donna Fargo, and The Drifters. Bryan David Knight initiated a successful solo career in 1984 by developing an innovative one-man band, Knight Flight, using only vocals, keyboards, and a drum machine. This instrument configuration provided Bryan with the means to deliver a truly versatile and electrifying live performance to delighted audiences with a repertoire of over 400 cover songs from multiple genres. Bryan's Knight Flight (one man band) became a duo in 1996 by adding female vocalist and keyboardist, Kathryn Forester. After performing across the USA from coast to coast, Bryan and Kathryn toured 23 countries and island nations including the French Riviera, Mediterranean Sea, Caribbean Sea, and Japan. The Knight Flight duo crewed and performed for 6 months on the fabulous 5-star tall masted cruise sailing ship, The Windsurf. Bryan's band also lived and worked on Okinawa, Japan at the 5-star Manza Beach Hotel - host to the 2000 G8 summit. Presently, Bryan performs occasionally at large Northwest festivals and events with recording artists/friends such at The Herbivores and Tim Pate, and has retired from performing and touring with cover bands to focus on songwriting, recording, and producing. Bryan's original song, Sunny Sunday Afternoon was showcased last year at the celebrated Cannes Midem Music Festival. Currently, Bryan resides in the mountains near Seattle Washington.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
I have performed on stages all across the USA and in 23 foreign countries. I have lived on and performed aboard the world's largest sailing yacht, the "Windsurf". I have lived in Japan and performed as front man for an international band. I have performed at the Alamo as guest lead male singer with a 150 member women's choir.
Your musical influences
Almost any 60's- 80's Rock & Roll bands, especially the Beatles and the Doors. Chicago, Byrds, Crosby Stills and Nash, Blood Sweat and Tears, Grateful Dead, Jethro Tull, Doobie Brothers, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel, Elton John, Santana, Rush, ELP, Saga, Eric Clapton, Huey Lewis, Cars, John Fogerty, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Palmer, Tubes.
What equipment do you use?
Korg keyboards, Guild acoustic guitar, Hamer electric guitar, LTD bass guitar, and Roland electric drumkit. Cakewalk Studio.
Anything else?
Modern-day en-slavers are working hard to own your mind, your body, and your soul. If you haven't already, please wake the hell up! Question everything and get informed. Then EDUCATE OTHERS about the insidious threat to humanity by banksters, corporations, deep state entities, and filthy rich power mongers pulling their puppet strings! Listen folks, we're never going to vote our way outta this broken and corrupt system. And the entrenched political class that broke the system certainly can't be relied upon to fix it. Only WE the people have the power to change it all - but only IF we band together (united we stand) before it's too late (divided we fall). Hopefully, maybe... it isn't already too late. Okay, rant over.
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