Myron Bell |

Myron Bell

Myron Bell

Myron commonly referred to as "Bell" has expressed a true passion for music, particularly drumming since the tender age of four. It was proven in his grandmother's home from literally using furniture as dream kits to simply sitting on the edge of sofas, swinging pencils in the air with an imagination that placed him before large audiences. At age seven, Bell cultivated his skills as he became one of the key drummers in his Grandfather's Church . There were a few influences to help broaden his concept of drumming and all it took to become established as an accomplished musician. Major influences such as, Bill Maxwell, Joel Smith, Dana Davis, Dennis Chambers and others who played an intricate part in the development of Bell's career and quest to become the musicians they were and still are today.

Immediately after completing high school (where he performed in the school jazz band),

Bell continued his voyage to success as he started traveling with gospel artist and aunt, Vanessa Bell Armstrong. Now traveling the countryside as a professional musician, Bell learned to be more show oriented and took things to another level in his career. Since, Bell has been blessed to perform with a host of accomplished artists: The Winans family, Clark Sisters, Kurt Carr Singers, Walter Hawkins, Fred Hammond, Thomas Whitfield Co., Rudolph Stanfield Jr., Deitrick Haddon, Aretha Franklin, smooth jazz artists: Alexander Zonjic, Ken Navarro, Jeff Lorber, Alex Bugnon, Tim Bowman, Doc Gibbs, r&b sensations: Angela Bofill, KeKe Wyatt, Gordon Chambers, Conya Doss and many more.

Bell is currently the musical director and drummer for Vanessa Bell Armstrong and is also exploring other facets of the music industry. Since being around great musicians, songwriters/producers all of his life, Bell has discovered a hidden talent within himself as a composer in addition to his other God given talent. As if that's not enough, he is the CEO of "SticktoIT Ent" which is a Detroit based company catering to the needs of artists not just from the seat of an instrumentalist but in song composition and music production as well. Needless to say, Bell is and has been blessed throughout his career and has only seen the beginning of greater opportunities to come.