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BRIAN ZEBEAUNE

Born 1971 Brian Zebeaune quickly discovered a special connection to music as a child. Walking past his dads small transistor radio he felt he could predict the notes in classical music, and later felt inspired by artists like Kiss, Cliff Richard, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Prince, David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, The Smiths, Depceche Mode and Nick Kershaw.


We live in a time of big revelations. Secrets are coming out. All that was hidden is being exposed, and a new sun is shining on mankind. The Good Times Are Coming.

Brian Zebeaune Darkness
"How can you claim to be a light worker if you refuse to shed light on darkness and expose the hidden?"

By age 12 Brian Zebeaune was featured in a small local paper with his band 'The Spacemen', and at 14 recorded his first studio demo "Computer Celebration" along with his cousin Lars. By age 15 he spent a year as an exchange student in a small town outside Seattle where he took part in American culture.

“Look, what people can’t understand about me is that I’m an agnostic. Show me the evidence and I’ll follow you straight to hell”
Brian Zebeaune Elevator

"I love to find out when I'm wrong, because I now understand this means I got smarter. That used to make me feel stupid". Brian Zebeaune's curiosity is always leading him through various research on a wide range of topics. "Someone once said that powerful men can coordinate their efforts from behind closed doors, but conspiracies are impossible". This form of cognitive dissonance impairs many peoples ability to figure out what is going on around them, simply because they are afraid to look at any evidence that could lead to conclusions, others might find crazy. "We must find the courage inside ourselves to search for the truth and be honest with ourselves"."

Brian Zebeaune Elevator
“If you're so clever you can't be fooled, you have fooled yourself”

Brian Zebeaune never wanted a Record Deal (are you listening big 5?), but when the digital music revolution changed the industry and made it possible for the average songwriter to suddenly release music across the planet, the time had come for Brian Zebeaune to share his music with anyone out there who might be interested.

A song is a message in a bottle, once I throw it into the waves, it's on it's own.”
Brian Zebeaune Play Bass

School was captivated Brian Zebeaune from the start, but at age 14 he realized education was not the path he wanted to pursue. When his grade started slipping from top of the class to the bottom, everyone was worried, except of course Brian Zebeaune. "I'll rather fail at pursuing my dreams, than be successful in giving them up". Let's see which way it goes. "In life you don't stand a chance, take it!". Brian Zebeaune's priorities is writing the song, recording it and then releasing it. The rest is a message in a bottle and the ocean decides where the bottle wrecks.

Brian Zebeaune
“I got fired from a cleaning job, and it gave me time to release my first single ...that'll teach 'em.”