Ahem may I interrupt a moment?: 2 wds.

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Pardon Me.

Last seen on: Daily Celebrity Crossword – 5/14/19 TV Tuesday

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Brandon Charles Boyd (born February 15, 1976) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, author, and visual artist. He is best known as the lead vocalist of the American Multi-Platinum rock band Incubus.


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Boyd graduated from Calabasas High School in 1994 and attended Moorpark College for two years before committing to Incubus. Brandon grew up in Calabasas, California with Ricky Taylor who inspired him to write music. His parents, Priscilla “Dolly” Wiseman and Charles Boyd, both of whom had experience in entertainment, had nurtured his artistic side since he was a child. Other notable family members include his younger brother, Jason Boyd, the former lead singer of the band Audiovent, his cousin Berto Boyd, an accomplished Flamenco guitarist and composer, as well as cousin Sam Boyd, a professional motocross rider. In an interview, Brandon explained that he had “yet to stumble across his best work” because he lacked the ability to read music.

Boyd designed concert fliers that advertised their early performances. At first, Boyd had copied several drawings from a sex education book that Einziger’s mother had given them, but he decided to stop using it after several prospective fans had been confused by their fliers (“What kind of band is this?”). So the band had to retreat back to using their own artwork. He is known for having some guitar parts during live performances and for bringing interesting instruments into his songs, such as the didgeridoo and djembe.

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