Brian MacLeod (U.S. musician)

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Brian MacLeod (born April 27, 1962) is an American recording drummer and songwriter. He has been a member of Group 87, Wire Train,[1] Toy Matinee, and the "Tuesday Music Club" collective along with Sheryl Crow, the genesis of her album Tuesday Night Music Club. MacLeod currently lives in Southern California.

Biography[edit]

MacLeod grew up in Sunnyvale, California and attended Fremont High School from 1976–1980.[2]

He is a member of The Scrantones, the group credited for performing the theme to the American version of the TV show The Office (set in Scranton, Pennsylvania).[3]

He has performed with many other artists, including Madonna, Leonard Cohen, Tears For Fears, Seal, Chris Isaak, Melissa Etheridge, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Kevin Gilbert, Jewel, Stevie Nicks, Ziggy Marley, Tina Turner, Roger Waters, Rosanne Cash, Sara Bareilles, The The, John Hiatt, & Grace Slick.[2]

MacLeod's songwriting credits include: "Everyday Is a Winding Road", "Strong Enough", "A Change Would Do You Good", and "Shine Over Babylon" with Sheryl Crow; "Waiting for Love" with Pink; "Under a Cloud" with The Bangles & "Supermodel" from the film Clueless; "Queen of Compromise" with Tears for Fears.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Biography: Wire Train". Allmusic. Retrieved 1 May 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "The Musicians". warningshortfilm.com. Retrieved 2017-10-02. 
  3. ^ West, Steve. "Office Convention 07: Look-Alikes And The Scrantones". TV Blend. Retrieved 24 June 2014.