Brandon boyd dating history
Brandon Charles Boyd (born February 15, 1976) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, author, and visual artist.
His more recent publications include, From the Murks of the Sultry Abyss, was also published by Endophasia in 2007 and "So The Echo" which was published in January 2013 and consists of his artwork from the past 5 years."So The Echo" visually weaves the last five years Boyd spent honing his craft and talents, both in his music and art. In the spring of 2011, Boyd used his creativity and artistic skills to make a large mural, at the Hurley Space Gallery, in order to raise awareness about single use plastics and their harmful effects on the world's oceans.He took part in many different group and solo art shows and he used his artwork as a means for environmental activism. A firm believer in the opportunity to “give back," Brandon is involved with many organizations and charitable causes, and in 2003 along with his Incubus bandmates, founded the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, ‘The Make Yourself Foundation’, which has raised over 1.4 million dollars for various philanthropic causes both locally and globally., which was released on July 12, 2011, followed then by a tour. On December 13, 2014 they performed their upcoming single entitled "Trust Fall" at KROQ.They announced the release of two EP's in 2015 with the first, Trust Fall, released on March 24, 2015 through Island Records.On November 12, 2015, the song he recorded with Sons of the Sea entitled "Stem to the Rose" for the documentary Becoming Bulletproof. On his forearms he carries the widely known mantra Om Mani Padme Hum, referring to the qualities of generosity, ethics, patience, diligence, renunciation and wisdom.
Underneath that is a koi fish in red ink by Lars Johansson.
On January 18, 2013 Brandon announced his new band, Sons of the Sea.
With Incubus on indefinite hiatus, Sons of the Sea will tour 20.
The band's first two releases on the label, Enjoy Incubus and S. has continued their success, nominating the band for Best Hard Rock Performance in the 2005 Grammy Awards.
On November 28, 2006, the band released Light Grenades.
Boyd is also known for bringing interesting instruments into his songs, such as the didgeridoo and djembe. Girls scream for him to take his shirt off at Incubus shows (he usually obliges), and Teen People recently voted him one of 'The Hottest Guys in Music.' His sensitive-guy appeal sets him apart from today's testosterone-drunk rock".