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About Brett Scallions

Brett Scallions is the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for post-grunge rock band Fuel. He has been a responsible for unforgettable hit songs such as 'Hemorrhage', 'Bad Day' and 'Shimmer'.

Brett Allen Scallions is an American musician from Brownsville, Tennessee. He is currently the lead singer and rhythm guitar player for the current lineup of multi platinum rock band Fuel, after being the vocalist for the original incarnation of the band from 1993 to 2005. Fuel burst onto the scene in mid-1998 with the release of "Shimmer" and slowly but surely built a following of fans. The band has released multiple albums including the double platinum Something Like Human. After Scallions left Fuel, he joined a band called The X's playing bass. The X's released one album before going on "hiatus." He also recently joined Circus Diablo, a Los Angeles-based rock band while simultaneously playing with the X's. 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. On March 9, 2010, the single "Something to Believe" by Hollow featuring Brett Scallions and Ken Wallace was released. In 2011 Fuel is re-formed again with vocalist Brett Scallions and it soon was made official that Brett and the members of Re-Fueled had become the new incarnation of Fuel. Outside Re-Fueled, Scallions has been busy with Sean Danielsen of Smile Empty Soul and producer Eddie Wall, writing and recording an album under the name World Fire Brigade – a much heavier act than Fuel, very deep and even growly at times. At NAMM 2011, Scallions stated that the World Fire Brigade album is due out this year. He also stated that World Fire Brigade would tour and play select shows.

When TC Electronic approached him to create his own unique TonePrints, Scallions was immediately onboard. He says, "I have always loved TC Electronic stuff. They always make great stuff. Great pedals, great racks. I wanted to check these new pedals out as I was told you can save your settings and I was very intrigued by that." Scallions went on to create two of his own TonePrints called the Onion Delay and the Spring Onion.

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