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Bryan Gibson (musician)

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Birth name  Bryan Frederick Gibson
Labels  J Records
Music group  I Nine
Years active  1994–present
Record label  J Records
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Born  December 31, 1980 (age 36) Orangeburg, South Carolina, US (1980-12-31)
Occupation(s)  Producer Composer Songwriter Musician
Instruments  Cello Guitar Piano Mandolin
Associated acts  Chris Cornell I Nine Matisyahu
Genres  Alternative rock, Rock music
Similar  Chris Cornell, I Nine, Matisyahu, Clive Davis, Temple of the Dog
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Bryan Gibson (born Bryan Frederick Gibson; December 31, 1980) is an American producer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the cellist, pianist, and mandolinist, accompanying Chris Cornell on the "Higher Truth" world tour. He is also known as the founder, songwriter, and lead guitarist for the rock band I Nine.

He has over 20 years of performance experience touring with Aslyn, Owen Beverly, Tim Brantley, Jay Clifford, Chris Cornell, and Matisyahu, and was also principal cellist of the USC Symphony while he studied at the University of South Carolina.

Songs

Same in Any LanguageElizabethtown · 2005
Seven Days of LonelyHeavy Weighs the King · 2008
If This Room Could MoveHeavy Weighs the King · 2008

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Bryan Gibson (musician) Wikipedia


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