Musician, producer and vocalist who founded multi-Platinum selling rock band Fuel. He penned the group's hit singles "Shimmer," "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)," and "Bad Day."
He founded Fuel in 1994.
He departed Fuel in 2010 and went to work with other artists and writers, as well as on the production of TV and movie soundtracks.
He was born Carl William Bell in Kenton, Tennessee.
He wrote the song "When You Come Around" with Chris Daughtry.