Whether it’s performing to sold out arenas in the “Trans-Siberian Orchestra”, tearing it up on Broadway (recently in “Rocktopia”) or on the screen, Dustin Brayley has demonstrated what a power-house performer he is. For over a decade he has been on, virtually, a non-stop train, bringing his skills to the masses. His amazing career as a musician and actor proves that he’s one of the best at what he does. 


His ongoing career with the "Trans-Siberian Orchestra", the multi-platinum selling band who sold over 1 million tickets in 6 weeks of 2018, has launched him into a new direction of performing. The late Paul O’Neill discovered his talent in 2011 and brought him in to the studio where he sang, not only, TSO songs but everything from Aerosmith to Led Zeppelin as well. A friendship and working relationship was formed and the rest is history. His time with TSO has allowed him to share the stage with some of the best in the business and recently the Hall of Fame inductee Joan Jett. 


Speaking of Hall of Fame, in 2017 he was inducted in to the "Rock Godz Hall of Fame" along side such greats as Lita Ford and Kenny Aronoff.


After receiving his B.F.A. from Shenandoah University, he took his talents to NYC where his first audition ever as a professional actor landed him the lead role in the National Tour of "Broadway’s Saturday Night Fever" based on the hit movie starring John Travolta. This would begin his extensive touring career, where for the next 5 years he would jump from show to show including the smash hits "RENT and Miss Saigon" and more.  


During his run in "Broadway’s Rocktopia", he shared the stage with icons in the Rock world. Pat Monahan from Train, Dee Snider from Twisted Sister and another Hall of Fame Robin Zander from Cheap Trick!


Oh, and If you look closely you’ll see him performing behind Channing Tatum in the Coen Brothers hit "Hail Caesar!" 


Since 2010 he’s produced and starred in a number of Tribute acts, ranging from "The Beatles, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Journey, The Beach Boys" and many more. 


He’s a Virginia boy, turned New Yorker and now resides in sunny Southern California where he lives with his wife Meredith and 2 sons Maxwell and Billy Van. 


Be on the lookout for upcoming gigs!