Black & Grey hail from Membertou Nova Scotia. They are made up by members Brandon Johnson(Vocals/Guitar), Daniel Paul(Drums), Mike Mellen(Guitar), Tyler Mellen(Bass). Frontman Brandon Johnson has collobarated and worked with artists such as Gordie Sampson, Steven MacDougall, Dave Sampson. He also performed in Mi'kmaq Nation Halifax, and appeared on The Candy Show on APTN. His lyrics are not always black & white sometimes he writes about the grey area hence the name Black & Grey. They have been a group for over 4 years now, with their debut song Goodbye Misery was a close to the heart song and a voice against bullying dedicated to Amanda Todd. Goodbye Misery got heard throughout the Maritimes and on local radio stations which put them on the map as new up-and coming artists. They have performed and many big stages and events such as The Giant 101.9 Monster Ball(2012), ECMA Aboriginal Artist Showcase(2013), Stronger Than Steel(2013), Autism Society of Cape Breton's Headlining Band for their Fundraiser Autism Rocks for 2 years, ECMA Nominated Aboriginal Artist of the Year (2014-15)(2015-2016), Music Nova Scotia Nominated Aboriginal Artist (2014-15), APTN's Aboriginal Day Live 2014, Cape Breton Screaming Eagles Home Opener (2014), Mi'kmaq Summer Games Headliner 2014, Membertou Trade & Convention Center (2012-2015) frequently, Savoy Theater CBMIC Presented Cape Breton Talent Showcase(2015) and Many More.Black & Grey has had 1 self titled EP Black & Grey released in 2013, and 3 successful singles to hit radio waves, Goodbye Misery, What Makes You Who You Are, and Pretty Little Nightmare. Pretty Little Nightmare currently their most recent release started off 2016 as the #1 track for weeks of Jan 1-15 for the East Coast Countdown. It also hit #1 on the Aboriginal Music Countdown. They have over 1600 Facebook page likes, and 200 Twitter followers. They also have a combined over 150 000 Youtube views They currently are working on a new album with ECMA award winning producer Jamie Foulds for a full length LP to be released in 2017.