Brandon Charles Boyd Biography
Birthday: February 15, 1976 (Aquarius)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Brandon Charles Boyd is an American singer, songwriter, author, and visual artist. He is most popular as the lead vocalist of the American rock band ‘Incubus.’ With the encouragement of his parents, Boyd was able to nurture his artistic side since childhood. As a visual artist, Boyd designed some of the early concert flyers for ‘Incubus.’ He is also known for introducing some interesting instruments, such as the didgeridoo and the djembe, to his songs. After the limited success of the band’s initial albums ‘Enjoy Incubus’ and ‘S.C.I.E.N.C.E,’ Boyd was able to lead his band through later commercial successes such as ‘Make Yourself,’ ‘Morning View,’ ‘A Crow Left of the Murder,’ and ‘Monuments and Melodies.’ Boyd is the author of two books that mostly consist of his experiences as an artist. More recently, Boyd has begun focusing on fine arts, mainly painting. He is the founder of a non-profit organization named ‘The Make Yourself Foundation,’ which aims at raising money for various philanthropic causes. Boyd’s androgynous beauty and warm demeanor sets him apart from other testosterone-drunk rock artists.