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About Bryan Rice

Danish pop star Bryan Rice was born Brian Risberg Clausen in 1978. Having logged a few years in the music industry as a backing and demo singer, Rice was a complete unknown when he was signed to Boom Records in 2005. Working as a receptionist in a local hotel, Rice submitted some of his recordings to producer and label owner Remee, a veteran of pop group S.O.A.P. Impressed with Rice's charisma, voice, and potential, Remee offered him a contract with his new Boom (EMI) label before even meeting the artist in person. His debut release, Confessional, was released in August of 2006. Album single "No Promises" was featured on the soundtrack of the popular film Nynne, giving Rice his first taste of powerful mainstream media. The track was an enormous Danish radio hit, put on heavy rotation for better than six months. Fueled by follow-up singles "Homeless Heart" and "Can't Say I'm Sorry," Confessional earned Rice his first gold record. His 2007 single "I Lied" and a busy summer touring schedule primed Danish audiences for the release of Rice's sophomore effort, Good News. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez

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Pop
BORN
1978

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