Brandon Enns

Brandon Enns is a talented Niagara-based musician, songwriter and producer. He specializes in drums with a strong pop, fusion, and CCM influence, while also rounding out his skills with R&B, gospel and jazz. He comes from a musical family in St. Catharines, Ont., and his music skills have taken him across the entire Niagara region, Hamilton and the Greater Toronto Area.

Enns has had drumsticks in hand since the age of 4 and started playing in full band settings by the age of 6, amounting to more than 18 years of experience. He was professionally trained in rock, Latin and jazz by Graham Lear (drummer for Santana and Gino Vannelli) and is now studying music at Mohawk College. Enns is also a skilled, self-taught guitarist and music producer who has volunteered his skills and passions to Lakemount Worship Centre over the past eight years, honing and refining his skills in all areas of his musical talents.

Enns has written and released his debut singles Out of My Head and First Impressions, and he continues to write his own music as his career progresses. Enns’s greatest musical influences include Simon Phillips, Larnell Lewis, Jeff Porcaro, Benny Greb, Steve Lukather and Charlie Puth.

After finishing his education, Enns hopes to dive into the music industry as a touring and session musician.