Brian Fellows was an amazingly gifted artist, songwriter, engineer, and record producer. He spent his life playing, writing, touring, and mastering the bass guitar. Starting at age 16 he played with bands from Massachusetts such as Justin, In The Flesh, The Thrillers, and Settie. Settie was signed by a Tower Records label, 33rd Street, in 1998; the popular rock duo toured extensively. Brian wrote over 100 songs, created all of his own music, including lyrics, and played most of the instruments on his collection of four CD's. His songs have been featured in major films, and his song "Wanna Be Somebody," won the USA Songwriting Competition, Rock Category in 2000. He produced records for other artists as well. Brian was diagnosed with a late stage cancer in 2002 and died in June of 2003. His legacy has been passed on to his brother Mark Fellows and his friend Donna Ingalls who are continuing the work of bringing his music to the public arena.