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Brian Anthony Biography

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Courtesy of Sogni Records
Birthplace: San Francisco, California

Brian Anthony is taking the music world by storm with his sexy dance moves and catchy dance-pop beats. With hooks on par with Justin Timberlake and Daniel Bedingfield, Brian is poised to make it big in 2009.

Smart Songwriter

Brian also has some serious song writing chops—his self-penned ballad, Champion, was the official theme song for the 2005 Special Olympics Summer Games and the track was later licensed by Wal-Mart for a worldwide campaign. His club hit, Come and Get It was used in the 20th Century Fox movie, Garfield 2: Tail of Two Kitties and the song climbed to number 13 on Spain’s Top 20 Singles Sales chart.

Sizzling Soundtracks

Brian’s latest single, Worked Up! is going to appear in the March 2009 release of Dragon Ball, the movie adaptation of the popular anime cartoon, and this summer, Electricity will be featured in the new Ashley Tisdale movie, They Came From Upstairs.


Did You Know?

  • At 13 he worked part-time at a yogurt shop so he could pay for studio time.
  • Brian won an NBC Saturday morning contest called Name Your Adventure that gave him a chance to write a song with Boyz II Men—their collaboration, Save Me From the Pain aired across North America!
  • His dance track, WhasitgonnaB (I’m So Ready) was made into a special montage in the bonus features of the Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer DVD.
  • Brian's new album, Bionic, features a hot remix of Champion.
  • He’s remixed songs by Paula Cole and Jewel!
  • Brian has a Twitter account—read about his day-to-day schedule at http://twitter.com/b_diddy


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