Alan O’Bryant

Alan500 Alan O’Bryant (aka OBanyon) is best known as a singer, songwriter and banjo player with The Nashville Bluegrass Band. Originally from Reidsville, NC his career in Nashville spans some forty-plus years of recording, producing, teaching and performing worldwide.

His appearances have included workshop classes on banjo technique and instrument set-up, vocal and band performance dynamics and more at venues including: Suwanee Banjo Camp, Live Oak Fl; Augusta Heritage Center Elkins, WV; American Banjo Camp, Seattle WA; Wintergrass Academy, Tacoma WA; Vancouver Folk Festival, Rocky Grass Academy, Lyons CO; Midwest Banjo Camp, Olivet MI; Disney Institute, Orlando FL; and Nashcamp in Cumberland Furnace, TN.

Along with NBB and his home project studio Alan currently enjoys pickin’ with his two sons Calan and Ian, learning old time tunes on the mandolin and five string banjo, and gives private lessons at The Musical Heritage Center of Middle Tennessee, and “The Fiddle & Pick” near his home in Pegram, TN.