Soul rocker Bryan Thomas is a punk clown fool from New York's capital city of Albany. He recently released his fifth independent CD, 1369 Lights.
The Albany Times Union named Thomas "Best Male Singer-Songwriter" shortly after he released his acoustic hip-hop debut Radio Plastic Jennifer in 1999. The follow-up soul rock epic Ones and Zeros was Metroland Magazine's "Album of the Year" in 2002.
He was recently in the studio with punk legend Tommy Ramone, making a special guest appearance on a track produced by Ramone for New York City's genre-smashing neo-punksters Collider.
Bryan's music can be heard on the opening track of the Black Rock Coalition's Bronze Buckaroo Rides Again which also includes a track by BRC founder/ Living Colour guitar wizard Vernon Reid. He has three songs on the double-live Pazfest: A New Orleans Tribute to Joni Mitchell recorded on a steamy Louisiana night at the Howlin' Wolf in the summer of 2000.