Bryant Del Toro is a half Venezuelan and half Spaniard, American born artist, living and performing in Miami, Florida. At a young age Bryant’s passion for theater, music, and writing was very evident in his personality. Growing up in so many culturally enriched backgrounds plays very heavily on his creativity, personality, style, and sound. Bryant has formed his artistic background, listening and performing songs from all types of artist and genres, spanning from Jose Feliciano; Frank Sinatra; Stevie wonder; Michael Jackson to even Eminem. For a short period of time while living in Greensboro, North Carolina, Bryant taught himself how to play the guitar, which was the defining moment where he began his professional musical career. When he returned to Miami, Bryant studied vocal training at the SOBE Institute of Music in Miami Beach, and graduated from Miami Dade College with a degree in Business Entertainment. He then started filling up local coffee houses with fellow musician and Close Friend Izy Volta in addition to building up a band and performing a repertoire of diverse original material. He continued on to perform at South Florida’s finest and iconic venues. In Another Serendipitous twist of fate, Bryant was introduced to the non-profit organization Musicians on Call at a networking event, and a week later became a proud member and still active volunteer performing music for patients in local hospitals. To this point Bryant’s artistic Career has flourished exponentially, and continues to do so with the release of his debut album “ Things That Used To Be”.