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Brandon Richard Flowers (born June 21, 1981 in Henderson, Nevada, United States) is the vocalist and keyboardist in the American indie rock band The Killers. His older brother Shane, got him into music like The Smiths and Morrissey, The Beatles, The Cure and Queen. Brandon has played with U2, New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Bruce Springsteen and other bands of which he is a fan. While listening to the radio in his car after his very first college class, Flowers heard the song "Changes" by David Bowie. He fell in love with the piece and realized immediately that he wanted...
Brandon Sanderson was born in December of 1975 in Lincoln, Nebraska. As a child Brandon enjoyed reading, but he lost interest in the types of titles often suggested for him, and by junior high he never cracked a book if he could help it. This all changed in 8th grade when an astute teacher, Mrs. Reader, gave Brandon Dragonsbane by Barbara Hambly. Brandon thoroughly enjoyed this book, and went in search of anything similar. He discovered such authors as David Eddings, Melanie Rawn, Robert Jordan, Anne McCaffrey, and Orson Scott Card. Brandon continued to be an avid reader through junior...
Brandon Rogers grew up in Altadena, CA, a quiet suburb just outside Los Angeles. Though his first group, Sounds Of Harmony, failed to be his ticket to superstardom, he has embarked on a unique journey that few could dream of. He has toured the world and shared the stage alongside iconic pop superstars including Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera and Anastacia. He was a a crowd favorite and emerged as one of the TOP 12 Finalists in American Idol’s Season Six Finale seen by over 35 million viewers. Brandon is excited to share his new music with all of his adoring...
New York-based multi-instrumentalist /composer Brandon Evans was born in San Francisco in 1972. He began playing music as a teenager while a student at the San Francisco Art Institute, and later began studying and performing with jazz saxophonist Sonny Simmons. Eventually, Evans relocated to Connecticut to study composition with Anthony Braxton at Wesleyan University. Even after moving to New York in 1994, Evans continued to work closely with Braxton: he has appeared on over twenty of Braxton's recordings, was featured as a solo instrumentalist both on Anthony Braxton's Composition No. 173, and Braxton's opera, Trillium 'R'. Throughout the 90's, Evans'...