Bryan S. Dyer is a multi-talented musician who not only sings but plays and teaches several instruments including bass guitar, percussion and piano; writes and arranges music, conducts choirs and groups, and works in television, radio and film. A veteran of some of the Bay Area’s top vocal groups including Street Sounds, SoVoSo, Slammin All Body Band, Linda
Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir and CHELLE! and Friends, He also performs with The Funk Revival Orchestra, Rankin Scroo and Ginger, Juke Joint and the percussion and dance ensemble, Crosspulse. His musical experiences have him taken around the globe including several trips throughout Europe, Japan, South Korea, Brazil and Jamaica and many legendary stages including Montreaux Jazz Festival, The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and Lincoln Center in New York. Bryan’s talents have landed him alongside such artist as Al Green, Bobby McFerrin, Michael McDonald of the Doobie Brothers, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the soundtrack for the movie “La Mission” with Benjamin Bratt, and recording and performing with Huey Lewis and The News to name a few. He is also a member of The Recording Academy and a voting member of The Grammy Awards.