Blending elements from a variety of genres and decades, Brian Fitzy falls somewhere between Daryl Hall and Jamiroquai by way of A Tribe Called Quest. His genre-bending work has been described by Paste Magazine as "a breath of fresh air for anyone tired of generic Top 40 radio singles."

Brian's post-college career began with a bang when he performed with the Foo Fighters at the 50th Grammy Awards as a Top 3 finalist in the "My Grammy Moment" competition. That performance garnered him support and features from TV stations such as 6ABC, NBC10, and CBS3 in Philadelphia, as well as prime regional radio coverage. Since then, Brian's career has blossomed as both an internationally-performing solo artist and a sideman for acts across the musical spectrum such as The Bacon Brothers, Ceann, and members of the Roots crew. He's opened for artists and bands including Vampire Weekend, Rusted Root, Jacob Collier, AJR, Sponge, Snoop Dogg, and Jake Clemons, and performed everywhere from dives to Madison Square Garden and brings the same high-energy show and passion to every stage he walks on.