Bryce Fox is an American musician, producer, and songwriter. He was on the hit NBC show The Voice in 2013 during season 4. His self-titled debut album became a bestseller on iTunes with over 80 songs released so far of which he has written or co-written all but one of them.
Bryce Fox is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He has released two studio albums, “The Voice” in 2014 and “Bryce Fox” in 2016. His musical style has been described as country soul.
Bryce Fox is a singer, songwriter, and producer from Indiana who now lives in Los Angeles. His soulful and groovy mix of bluesy contemporary rock and slick electro-pop has drawn comparisons to Walk the Moon, the Neighbourhood, and X Ambassadors. Fox spent his high school years creating beats and rapping, influenced by a wide range of musical styles ranging from punk and country to classic rock and hip-hop. He moved to Los Angeles after graduating from college and started carving himself a career in the extremely competitive East Coast music industry. His first song, “Burn Fast,” was released in 2016, followed by the hard-hitting “Horns” the following year. In 2017, Fox released another song, “Coldhearted,” as well as his first EP, Heaven on Hold.
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