Born in Laurel, MD, multi-instrumentalist Brian Larsen became infatuated with music at an early age via MTV and a small hand-me-down keyboard from his older brother. Eventually taking formal piano lessons, Larsen alternated between the keys, guitar, and drums, which lead to penning original compositions. In 1996, Larsen formed Twilights Moon along with friend Trevor Hunter, resulting in such releases as 1998's Pi, 1999's Classics, 2000's Slope, and 2001's ClockWork (the latter of which contained a song co-written with ex-Fleetwood Mac leader Lindsey Buckingham, to whom the album is dedicated). Larsen also founded the record label Protocol.
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