Brett Scallions

Brett Scallions

Brett Allen Scallions (born on December 21, 1971 in Brownsville, Tennessee) is an American musician. He is currently the lead vocalist for current lineup of Fuel after being the vocalist for the original incarnation of the band from 1993 to 2006. During that time, the band released multiple albums including the double platinum Something Like Human. He left the band because of personal reasons and disagreements in the band, not from a torn ligament in his throat as previously reported.

After Scallions left Fuel, he joined a band called The X's playing bass. The X's released one album before going on "hiatus." He also recently joined Circus Diablo, a Los Angeles-based rock band while simultaneously playing with the X's.

In March 2007, Scallions was selected as the singer for Riders on the Storm, a project featuring former The Doors members Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek.

On March 9, 2010, the single "Something to Believe" by Hollow featuring Brett Scallions and Ken Wallace was released on iTunes via Koch Records. Scallions contributed the lead vocals.

He is currently married to Abby Gennet, guitarist and lead singer of Slunt. They have two sons together; Jagger Song Scallions (born September 7, 2007), and Sawyer Cruz Scallions (born December 9, 2010)

Read more about Brett Scallions:  2007 Discussion of Future Plans

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Brett Scallions - 2007 Discussion of Future Plans - World Fire Brigade
... Outside Re-Fueled, Scallions was busy with Sean Danielsen of Smile Empty Soul and producer Eddie Wohl, writing and recording an album under the name World Fire Brigade ... The World Fire Brigade line-up consists of Scallions (vocals), Sean Danielsen (vocals/lead guitar), and Eddie Wohl (keyboards) ... though he recorded bass tracks for the album, Scallions has stated that he will be playing rhythm guitar when the group goes on tour later this year ...
Fuel (band) - History - Reformation (2010) - Re-Fueled To Become New Fuel?
... WMMR announced that Fuel, "re-grouped with original singer Brett Scallions", will be performing at their annual MMR*B*Q concert ... On March 2, 2010, Brett Scallions announced via the Fuelies Message Board that the "Fuel" advertised will consist of the current Re-Fueled line-up Brett Scallions, Yogi, Ken Schalk, and new Re-F ... The situation was clarified further by Scallions "It won’t be the same as the original Fuel ...