Born in the sunny coastal town of Nelson, New Zealand Bryce is a classically trained pianist, a guitarist and a well travelled singer/songwriter who has performed nationally & internationally.
Bryce originally trained as trade certifiied boat builder before changing track and graduating from a university in Sydney in 2003 with a visual arts/teaching degree. It all started when a street busker showed him some chords on an acoustic guitar and Bryce was captivated.
In 2010 bryce released his debut independent album 'A Perfect Day for Travel' The album gained impressive industry reviews with six songs off the album featuring alongside songs from iconic Cat Syevens in the muliti award winning New Zealand feature film 'Last Paradise.'
Bryce moved to Melbourne in 2011 and worked in the city as a musician, establishing his reputation on the indie circut. 2012 he released his much anticipated second album 'Hope Mountain' recorded in his hometown of Nelson, New Zealand. Backing tracks were recorded live and edited by award winning kiwi producer, Mike mccarthy at Manuka Studios.
In April 2003 the first single from Bryce's record deal with USA Label 'Musik & Film' called 'Dead man Walking' was released, reaching No#2 on the New Zealand's itunes country chart.
After the release of 'Dead man Walking' Bryce featured on Television New Zealands 'Seven Sharp' programme.
In September 2013 he released 'You Got Me' taking the combined global radio station pick up to latest singles to more than 28,000. He also performed on National Television
with iconic NZ based singer songwriter Paul Ubana Jones to kick off their National 'Songbook and Six String' tour.