In Hirtshals, 2010
|Birth name||Brian Risberg Clausen|
29 May 1978 |
Dåstrup, Roskilde, Denmark
|Labels||Boom! Records/EMI (2005–2006)
Border Breakers (2007–2009)
RecArt (2010-present) -Belgium/Luxembourg-BIP Records- 21st Century Music-Netherlands
DO IT Records (2012)
His debut single "No Promises" was a huge hit in Denmark in the Autumn of 2005/spring of 2006. The song was covered and released by British The X Factor winner Shayne Ward reaching number two in the United Kingdom.
In 2006 he released "Homeless Heart", a cover of the Amanda Stott song, which was the second single from his debut album, Confessional. The song was used as the opening theme to the Danish reality television program Paradise Hotel. Two more singles followed, "Can't Say I'm Sorry" and "Where Do You Go?". "Can't Say I'm Sorry" was later released by Erik Segerstedt, runner-up of the Swedish Idol, and peaked at number one in Sweden. "Can't Say I'm Sorry" was also released by Canadian Idol winner Theo Tams on his debut album Give It All Away.
His second studio album, Good News, was released in 2007.
Bryan received his first gold record for the sale of 20,000 copies in Denmark, and platinum for more than 13,000 downloads of "No Promises". Furthermore Bryan was nominated "Best Danish Male Singer" at the 2006 Zulu Awards.
Having been offered a wildcard as a performer, Bryan Rice once again competed in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix in 2010. His entry was the song "Breathing", which was written by Peter Bjørnskov. The song made it to the final round of voting, finishing second in a field of 10 songs.
On 25 October 2010 Bryan Rice released his third studio album, Another Piece of Me. The album features duets with Danish singer Julie Berthelsen and Swedish vocalist Emilia. It was preceded by the release of the third single, "There for You", on 28 June 2010. This song was such a success that it appeared in The Sims 3 latest add-on called 'Late Night' in Simlish version.
In 2011 Bryan signed a deal for a release in the Netherlands and for Belgium and Luxembourg. The first single for the Netherlands will be "Second Last Chance" and in Belgium it will be "Curtain Call".
|2010||Another Piece of Me||—|
|2015||Hear Me As I Am||—|
|2005||"No Promises"||Confessional||#1 on Danish Airplay Chart|
|"Can't Say I'm Sorry"|
|"Where Do You Go"|
|2007||"I Lied"||Good News|
|2008||"Here I Am"|
|2009||"Second Last Chance"||Another Piece of Me||First single to be released in the Netherlands|
||Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2010|
|"There for You"|
|Also released in Belgium and Luxembourg|
|2011||"For the Love of the Game"||Non-album single||Official UEFA U21 Championship Denmark song|
|2012||"Watch the Stars"
|2013||"These Arms"||Hear Me As I Am|
|2014||"I Choose U"||Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2014|
|"Hear Me As I Am"|
*Did not appear in the official Belgian Ultratop 50 charts, but rather in the bubbling under Ultratip charts.
- 2013: Stay Awake (Guéna LG feat. Bryan Rice)
- 2014: Take Me Home (Guéna LG & Amir Afargan feat. Bryan Rice)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bryan Rice.|
- Christina Undhjem Danmarks Radio (Danish Broadcasting)
- Christina Undhjem - dr.dk/Melodi Grand Prix
- Klier, Marcus (2010-02-06). "Denmark sends Chanée & Tomas N'evergreen to Eurovision". ESCToday.com. Retrieved 2010-02-07.
- Friberg, Lennart (28 September 2010). "Nyt album fra Bryan Rice" (in Danish). Gaffa. Retrieved 3 October 2010.
- "Bryan Rice discography". danishcharts.com. Hung Medien. Retrieved 8 February 2015.
- "Bryan Rice discography". ultratop.be/nl/. Hung Medien. Retrieved 8 February 2015.
- Hitlisten Airplay, Uge 4, 2006