` Brian Scott Lambrecht - wait till you see me naked!


Hi, I am Brian Scott Lambrecht, the guitarist, lead singer and persona of NatureDevil. Nothing too cryptic or philosophical here.

I have played in many bands in the Chicagoland area. I like to keep myself busy. While working on NatureDevil original material, I play bass for Jason Kluss and appear on his debut record "no Fear In Me" which came out in January of 2006. I will also appear on and be produce Jason's sophmore album to be completed in the summer of 2011.

I also play bass for John Michaels and will appear on his sophmore album as well, due out in spring of 2011.

Working out is very important to me, and I do my best to keep in shape. I work very hard and so do the rest of my band. We are not the kind of people who's parents bought us all our gear and furnished our garage or basement so we could practice and play at the local school. Everything we own is something we worked for, and though it may not be much, we do what we can with what we have.

My musical influences explain a lot. I was raised off of Nirvana, "Weird Al" Yankovic, and Local H. I love anything by Beck, the first two Weezer and Silverchair albums, the Foo Fighters, the Eels, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Primus, the Offspring, Ben Folds, Metallica, Audioslave and System of A Down.

Highlights of my career include appearing on a few full length albums, meeting and working with some of the greatest musicians in and around the city of Chicago, performing live on WKQK better known as Q101.1 Chicago, and performing at great musical venues such as the Congress Theater and Double Door. I look forward to building relationships with more people through music.

This page is kind of boring, and in an age where people like to list endless things they enjoy on their MySpace and Facebook pages, I have decided to simply post that stuff here. Knock your socks off:

My favorite movie of all time is the Princess Bride, followed closely by Fight Club (Chuck Palahniuk is great), Duel (Steven Spielburg's first ever movie in 1971, and in my opinion his best), The Seven Samurai (I love Akira Kurasawa), Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock at his best), Star Trek: First Contact (my favorite of all the Treks) and Serenity (based off of the TV show Firefly). I am also a big fan of silent movies, and I am a card carrying member of the Chicago Silent Film Society.

I love the Muppets, the Ninja Turtles, Mr. T and Batman (the new Batman, the cartoons, the 90's ones, Adam West and Burt Ward, and even the old 1940's Batman serials). Any documentary on anything science, history or politically related is a must. I think some of the stuff made by James Burke and Milton Friedman in the 70's is pure gold.

I love the best of the best when it comes to directors as well, including Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Akira Kurasawa, Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles, Stanley Kubrick, Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielburg, John Ford, Cecil B. DeMille, Martin Scorsese, Carol Reed and Fritz Lang.

As for actors and actresses, I love Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, the Marx Brothers, Sean Connery, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, Lon Chaney Jr., Christopher Lee, Peter Lorre, Peter Cushing, Peter Sellers, Kurt Russell, Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, John Carradine, Jim Belushi, John Belushi, Clint Eastwood, Dennis Weaver, Stacy Keach, Alan Alda, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForrest Kelley, James Doohan, Bruce Cambell, George C. Scott, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, the Three Stooges, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Basil Rathbone, Burgess Meredith, Frank Gorshin, Ceasar Romero, Harrison Ford, Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier, Henry Fonda, John Wayne, Cary Grant, James Stewart, Katherine Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Humphrey Bogart, Charlton Heston, Gene Hackman, Christopher Lloyd, Marlon Brando, Robert Duvall, Richard Dreyfuss, Jack Nicholson, Michael Caine, Paul Newman, Leslie Nielsen, Al Pacino, Grace Kelly, Clark Gable, Kirk Douglas, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Douglas Fairbanks, Charles Bronson, Chuck Norris, Bruce Willis, Robert DeNiro, Robin Williams, Edward Norton, Scott Bakula, W. C. Fields.... I can't think of any more right now....

Douglas Adams, Shelby Foote (his Civil War series is amazing), Robert Ludlum, Shel Silverstein, Ken Kesey, Bill Bryson, Victor Davis Hanson, Milton Friedman, F. A. Hayek, Aristotle, James Burke, J.K. Rowling, Mick Foley, Dan Brown, Elizabeth Kostova, Mark Twain, Shakespeare, Sophocles, Homer, Plato, Socrates, Edgar Allen Poe, Dante, Jules Verne, Isaak Asimov, Friedrich Nietzsche, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Mary Shelley, Raymond Chandler, Bram Stoker, Abraham Lincoln, Clarence Darrow, Robert Frost, Dr. Walter E. WIlliams and anything historical pertaining specifically to the Civil or Revolutionary Wars, WWI, WWII, the Korean or the Vietnam War. I also read a lot of Libertarian publications including Reason Magazine.