Bryant Del Toro is an American Born son of Venezuelan parents, living and performing in Miami, Florida. Bryant’s artistic background is formed by all of the different cultural influences Miami has to offer, recording and performing a diverse blend of genre mashing music. While spending some time in North Carolina in his teens, he taught himself how to play the guitar, and there he realized that his life was meant for music.
When he returned to Miami, Bryant started filling local coffee houses with fellow musicians, like friend Izy Volta. In addition, he began building a band and his repertoire with creative covers and original music performances. He has been actively involved with the non-profit organization Musicians on Call for over 10 years where he volunteers serenading patients in need local hospitals, in addition to proudly being involved with many other local non-profits.
With his Debut EP “Things That Used To Be”, Bryant Del Toro explored many more stages and life experiences, eagerly chasing those moments where he and his audience can share a dance with his music as well as feel some depth with his singer songwriter stories.
A few years back, Bryant became ill and ruptured a vein in his left vocal cord leaving him unable to speak let alone sing. Losing a year to recovery and rehabilitation, unable to communicate and perform he found solace in records that were introspective odysseys of self discovery and actualization, like Bob Dylan’s “Blood on the tracks”, Marvin Gaye’s “What’s going on” and John Mayer’s “Born & Raised”. With his voice back and with much to say, he set out to record his sophomore album “Higher Expectations”. At first listen it is evident that this album comes from a deep and personal place not only showing how much Bryant has grown as musician, composer, and singer/songwriter, but most importantly as a person.