Everything Happens for a Reason
Singer, songwriter, guitarist and now the front man for Calgary's 3 Shots of Therapy, Bryce has been creating addictive rock n' roll music since he picked up a guitar at age twelve. Born in Saskatoon, SK and the founder of the Saskatoon hard rock band Driven, Bryce served as lead guitarist and chief songwriter for the band. Driven toured Western Canada and released one album entitled "One Game Winning Streak" before dismantling in 2002. After the break-up of Driven, Bryce began writing songs and working on his voice for an eventual CD in which he would play all the parts. He kept busy by playing drums in the Saskatoon band Baxter Bulldog in 2004/2005 before moving to Calgary in July of 2006. Shortly after the move, Bryce began work on "Everything Happens For A Reason" with recording engineer Steve Dodd. The album, in which Bryce sings, plays guitar and plays bass was released in August 2008. The disc contains the rockers "Let It Loose" and "One Too Many Girls (Far Too Many Problems)" as well as the Top 40 hits "Meota", "Oh Lord" and "Super Human Beings".