Brett Scallions
American singer
Brett Scallions
Brett Allen Scallions is an American musician. He is currently the lead vocalist for the alternative rock band World Fire Brigade and the current lineup of Fuel after being the vocalist for the original incarnation of the band from 1993 to 2006. During that time, the band released multiple albums including the double platinum Something Like Human.
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Fuel Book 30-Plus Shows for Summer, Fall US Tour - Audio Ink Radio
Google News - over 5 years
With original vocalist Brett Scallions back on board, Fuel's musical chemistry is strong, as he croons alongside Scallions, Yogi (guitar), Kenneth Schalk (drums) and Brad Stewart (bass, formerly of Seether). Although the players have evolved from day
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'60s Rockers Resurrect Their Sound In San Francisco - KTVU San Francisco
Google News - over 5 years
... moved on to work with a reunited Cult in 2007 including Fuel singer Brett Scallions and Steelheart frontman Miljenko Matijevic as well as session players Phil Chen (Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton) and drummer Ty Dennis
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Review: Buckcherry delivers party rock to Musikfest; Fuel makes noble effort - The Express Times -
Google News - over 5 years
By Tiffany Bentley | The Express-Times Alternative rock band Fuel opened the Steel Stage show at Musikfest tonight in the first show of a new tour with a recently changed lineup that includes only lead singer Brett Scallions from the original group
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Revisiting 'L.A. Woman' with half of the Doors - OCRegister
Google News - over 5 years
Instead of onetime Fuel singer Brett Scallions handling the late Jim Morrison's vocals, as was the case four years ago (the Cult's Ian Astbury assumed that role before that, when this resurrection was called the Doors of the 21st Century),
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Fuel added to Buckcherry concert at Musikfest - The Express Times -
Google News - over 5 years
Singer Brett Scallions is the only remaining original member of the "Sunburn"-era lineup. Scallions left the band in 2006 but re-emerged with a new, revamped Fuel lineup in 2010. Fuel headlined two shows during the 2001 Musikfest celebration,
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Viva SLC, Codi Jordan Band, Ed Kowalczyk, Fuel - Deseret News
Google News - almost 6 years
Comprised of Brett Scallions, Carl Bell, Jeff Abercrombie and Kevin Miller, Fuel hammers out today's version of rock 'n' roll, borrowing a bit from Eddie Vedder and Scott Weiland's vocal styles. Though not the most original combo to hit the stage,
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THE INAUGURATION: REVIEW; A Concert to Salute Youth, But With a Limited Roster
NYTimes - about 12 years
Wild, rebellious, irresponsible youth, once the image of rock and roll, was scarce at ''America's Future Rocks Today: A Call to Service,'' a pre-inaugural pop concert for a young audience at the District of Columbia Armory. The show was the designated youth event amid the inaugural whirl, and its political message was one of unselfishness, urging
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NYTimes - about 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of noteworthy pop and jazz concerts in the New York metropolitan region this weekend. * denotes a highly recommended concert. ANTIBALAS, Makor, 35 West 67th Street, Manhattan, (212) 601-1000. Antibalas gives a New York makeover to Fela Kuti's Afro-Beat, a Nigerian funk propelled by burly saxophones,
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Brett Scallions
  • 2015
    Age 43
    In 2015, Brett embarked on his first unplugged tour.
    More Details Hide Details While not being branded as Fuel shows, Scallions still performs select Fuel tracks as well as covering some of his favourite tracks from other artists including Elvis, Stone Temple Pilots and Johnny Cash and songs that were seminal in his musical journey. He is currently married to Abby Gennet, guitarist and lead singer of Slunt. They have two sons together; Jagger Song Scallions (born September 7, 2007), and Sawyer Cruz Scallions (born December 9, 2010)
  • 2012
    Age 40
    The debut album titled Spreading My Wings was released by FrostByte Media Inc. on August 28, 2012.
    More Details Hide Details The World Fire Brigade line-up consists of Scallions (vocals/guitar), Sean Danielsen (vocals/guitar), and Eddie Wohl (keyboards). Guest musicians on the album include former Candiria drummer Ken Schalk, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Rob Caggiano (Anthrax), and Andy Andersson (Fuel, Black Robot). Brad Stewart has been announced as the groups touring bassist. Even though he recorded bass tracks for the album, Scallions has stated that he will be playing rhythm guitar when the group goes on tour. On April 3, 2013, the following message was posted on the World Fire Brigade Facebook page: "Thanks to everyone that has discovered our music and has questions about touring and new music. Right now we're all too busy with our other bands to tour, but that doesn't mean it will never happen." The post goes on to invite fans to support the bands Fuel and Smile Empty Soul "on the road all year".
  • 2010
    Age 38
    Upon the announcement of further touring, it was also revealed that Scallions had obtained the rights to tour and record with the name Fuel going forward. Thus, on April 8, 2010 Scallions' incarnation would become the "official" Fuel as co-founder and guitarist Carl Bell left by "mutual agreement".
    More Details Hide Details Outside Re-Fueled, Scallions was busy with Sean Danielsen of Smile Empty Soul and producer Eddie Wohl, writing and recording an album under the name World Fire Brigade. "It's much heavier than anything I ever did with Fuel," Scallions said of World Fire Brigade's sound in August 2009. "We've done a lot of stuff in lower tones which is a first for me also, it's very deep, heavy, and even growly at times." He also said that the World Fire Brigade album was "almost three-quarters of the way complete, and planned to be released early next spring, fingers crossed". Two new tracks "Shot Down" and "Take Me Away" have been available on MySpace since March 2011. The album is currently available for streaming through Riptide Music website (under working title Weight of the World).
    On March 2, 2010, Brett Scallions announced via the Fuelies Message Board that Re-Fueled had made plans to tour more extensively and as a result, Jeff Abercrombie would no longer be a part of the band, stating: "Jeff decided that touring was no longer anything that appealed to him.
    More Details Hide Details Originally he was going to do this with me but later decided that he'd rather stay home and watch his kids. I wish him all the best." It was announced that Brad Stewart, (formerly of Shinedown) would replace Abercrombie.
  • 2009
    Age 37
    Their debut performance was a free event that took place on August 28, 2009 at the Tempe Marketplace, playing songs from the Sunburn and Something Like Human albums exclusively.
    More Details Hide Details Still without word from the official incarnation of Fuel and with Re-Fueled increasing its tour schedule, speculation surrounding the future for Fuel began to increase including some confusion on the part of vocalist Toryn Green. Green explained he had heard nothing from other members from the then-official line-up, but expressed his support for seeing Scallions back on stage singing classic Fuel songs. In a MySpace Blog, Green stated: "I'll see you at a show, with a beer in either hand!" Finally, On April 8, 2010, it was announced that Carl Bell and Brett Scallions had come to an agreement that would allow the Scallions-fronted entity the right to record and tour under the name Fuel, thereby becoming the new official incarnation of Fuel. Several new songs worked their way into Fuel's live sets between 2010 and 2013 beginning with a track titled "Headache", and in March 2012 it was announced that Fuel intended to release a new album, which would be the first Fuel contribution to include Scallions since 2003's Natural Selection. By the end of April 2013, tracking for the new album had been completed and the band (now signed to MegaForce Records) promised that a new single was soon to come.
    After months of speculation, the rumors were confirmed by Scallions in an interview with Alternative Addiction in August 2009. "Jeff and I have remained friends, he called me up a while back and we decided – let's go out and have fun because he and I haven't played together in a while.
    More Details Hide Details It just seemed like the timing was right." Scallions has also recruited former Buckcherry guitarist Yogi, and former Candiria drummer Ken Schalk to round out the line up. The band has put together a list of tour dates for the fall where they are expected to be playing all the classic Fuel songs, from the band's first three albums. It is still unknown if they plan to record an album or not.
    Towards the beginning of 2009, rumors began circulating that Scallions and Fuel bass player Jeff Abercrombie were planning a tour under the moniker, Re-Fueled.
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  • 2007
    Age 35
    In August 2007, Scallions told to Alternative Addiction about a project he had been working on with an old Fuel bandmate. "Jonathan Mover who played drums on the first Fuel record, he and I are doing a record together where I am doing the bulk of the writing, I'll be singing it, and playing guitar, and I'll have some guest guitar players come in.
    More Details Hide Details It's very exciting for me; it's a record I've dreamed of doing for a really long time." Scallions continued, "We've got a few names in the hat right now, but I'm reluctant to say any of them right now because I wanna make sure that we have the name ready to go when it comes time to put it out." No other information on this project has since been given by Scallions or Mover and there is some speculation that this may have been a precursor to the later World Fire Brigade project. Brett Scallions contributed lead vocals to the charity single "Something to Believe", released by the band Hollow on iTunes via Koch Records on March 9, 2010.
    In March 2007, Scallions was selected as the singer for Riders on the Storm, a project featuring former The Doors members Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek.
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  • 2006
    Age 34
    His initial stint with the band ended in February 2006, with Scallions citing personal reasons, a lack of passion and internal disagreements within the band as the major contributing factors to his departure.
    More Details Hide Details Scallions has denied vocal issues and the negated vocal surgery rumors as reasons for his leaving. Scallions has been ranked in the Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists by Hit Parader (#50). After leaving Fuel, Scallions joined bands The X's and Circus Diablo playing bass. Both bands would ultimately become one-album projects and conclude shortly after subsequent tours.
  • 1993
    Age 21
    Born in Brownsville, Tennessee, Scallions gained recognition serving as the original lead vocalist for the rock band Fuel from 1993 to 2006.
    More Details Hide Details During that time, the band released three major-label albums including the double platinum Something Like Human.
  • 1971
    Born on December 21, 1971.
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