Producer, Engineer, Musician--Bryan Nesbitt had the vision to "open doors" that were once "closed" for Independent Artists. He created a company called Indie Music Management, or for short, IM2. The company's main goal is to help revenue flow methodically back to the artist by allowing them to tour, build brand awareness and name recognition. At IM2, individuals learn through team concepts and have direct management access. This allows more time to create and expand their brand.
In 1985, Bryan became the bassist for a popular local Memphis band, called The Press. The Press was one of the top Memphis cover bands. From there, Bryan became Studio Engineer and Session Musician, for Reverend Al Green. This was where his career got underway. Under the direction of Cato Walker, Bryan co-produced the 48 Hours. Album along with The Bar-Kays on The Basix Music Label. Later that year, Bryan became Musical Director for the group as they toured the U.S. and Japan from 1994 to 2002.
Since then, Bryan has performed with such artists as; Regina Belle, Glenn Jones, Howard Hewitt, Phil Perry, Michael Phillips, The Dazz Band, The Ohio Players, Con-Funk-Shun, George Clinton, Waymond Tisdale, and many moreis