Bryan Chambers has been storming the pop and club charts for the best part of a decade. A chance meeting at an open mic club in the early 90’s put Bryan in touch with Jody Sharpe, who at the time was in the process of launching Reel II Reel in the UK. She introduced him to front man Erick Morillo and Bryan went on to sing all the backing vocals for his hugely successful dance act. This gave Bryan the platform he needed to launch his solo career.

Bryans first project was Hyper Go Go on the Positiva label, tracks included High, Never Let Go and Raise Your Hands which all went on to become top 30 chart hits and top 5 dance chart hits. Hyper Go Go also gave Bryan the chance to work with artists such as Barbara Tucker, The Pet Shop Boys, and Layo & Bushwacka. Following Hyper Go Go Bryan then became part of Umboza also with Positiva which scored him another top twenty chart hits with Sunshine and Cry India.

Together with Bobby and Steve from the Zoo Experience Bryan then scored two top-five tracks in the DJ Hype and Dance charts; Got To Be Free and Higher Love. During this time Bryan had been touring clubs up and down the country with much success.

Bryan was approached about singing the vocals on a track for Defected Records in August 2000. The track, which started out originally as a cut made up especially to play at the Miami Winter Music Conference by production team Kleptomaniacs, was a cover of the classic Stevie Wonder song All I Do.

All I Do was released in January 2001 and became a club anthem as well as positioning in the national charts at number 17. It was also number 1 in every dance chart across the country.

Bryan has been collaborating and recording with Seamus Haji and Smokin' Jo on other Defected tracks.


Bryan Chambers by Westbury Music