Bryan Abrams is an internationally recognized, two-time Grammy-nominated,
American Music Award and two-time Soul Train Award-winning, R&B/pop singer songwriter with over 12 million albums sold worldwide, three Billboard #1 Hot 100
and R&B hits and is an Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame inductee. Bryan is best known
around the world as the original lead singer, front man and founding member of the
hit 90s crossover group Color Me Badd. Abrams has cemented an indisputable
musical legacy that transcends generations. With a variety of songs placed in a
diverse portfolio of radio, TV, commercials, soundtracks and film, Abrams voice is
recognizable across virtually all genres and demographics. Abrams also has starred as
himself in an episode of Beverly Hills 90210 (1992), a reality TV series, Mission:
Manband (2007), Rock & A Hard Place (2008), appeared on an episode of Dr. Phil
(2019), and a variety of talk shows, such as Jimmy Kimmel, The View, Jay Leno and
Abrams retired in 2020 from the legacy band he created, and has since released his debut solo single, Because of You, a ballad dedicated to his wife for supporting him and helping him overcome alcoholism after a decades-long battle with addiction. Because of You is featured in the film For the Love of Money (2021). Abrams is now in his fourth year of sobriety and is an Ambassador for Give an Hour, a charity raising mental health awareness. Abrams is also a tribal citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. For more information, visit: BryanAbramsMusic.com.
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