Chris Brown, aka "reemus" started performing in Stuttgart, Germany at the age of 14. He soon moved to Munich and spent most of his time opening for a band called Peace Love and Guitars (PLG). The band was signed to Warner Chapel in 1990. Shortly thereafter, reemus was asked to join PLG in Seattle, WA. He became a fulltime member in the spring of 1992 Although Peace Love and Guitars disbanded in 1994, reemus continued to perform in the Northwest with former PLG members Ron Grandle and Bobby Author. The group was known as "GreenHouse Lizard". The EP "America" is one of the songs from this collaboration. After Ron moved to Germany, "GreenHouse Lizard" transformed into the "Flo Project". Late in 2001 reemus teamed up with long time friend and drummer Paul Campbell. The two created "Jasper The Cat" (JtC) with local bassist Mike Clarke. In 2007 reemus began the hip-hop/funk-rock project M.M.M. with Marc Reyes (formally of One Wise Monkey) and Mike Clarke (JtC). Currently reemus resides in Los Angeles and continues to practice the craft. His writing style incorporates his acoustic background with a mix of jazz, rock, and hip-hop.