Brian MacLeod (Canadian musician)

Brian MacLeod (Canadian Musician)

Brian MacLeod (Canadian musician)

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Brian "Too Loud" MacLeod (June 25, 1952 in Halifax, Nova Scotia - April 25, 1992 in Vancouver, British Columbia) was a Canadian musician, songwriter and music producer, best known as a member of the bands Chilliwack and Headpins.

Brian appeared as a guitarist in the Canadian band Pepper Tree and was a member of Huski and Garrison Hill with best friend Denny Driscoll in St. John's, Newfoundland. In 1978, while working the Ontario bar circuit with Stingaree (which included fellow guitarist Bernie LaBarge) he was invited to join Chilliwack and first appeared on their album Lights From The Valley. In addition to guitar, Brian occasionally contributed on vocals, drums, and keyboards -- and he eventually co-produced the band's albums, notably Opus X (1982) for which he received a Best Producer Juno Award.

With bassist Ab Bryant, Brian initially formed Headpins as a side project to Chilliwack. After Opus X Brian left Chilliwack to focus his efforts on Headpins (featuring Denise McCann and eventually Darby Mills on vocals) released on Solid Gold Records in Canada and MCA Records in the United States. Also to his credit, Brian produced other albums for such artists as Kick Axe, D.O.A., Paul Dean, Holly Woods (Toronto), Tim Feehan, and Chrissy Steele and shares songwriting credits with Bryan Adams, Loverboy, Chicago and Jermaine Jackson. Brian also joined friends Denny Driscoll, Rick Livingstone and Ross Damude as the drummer for their band Montana with their co-written...
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