MacLellan is a rock guitarist/composer who hails from Nova Scotia, Canada. He started playing guitar at an early age and he began playing professionally in High School. He co-founded the pop/rock band 'Real World' with Recording Engineer/Musician, Jamie Foulds. Throughout the 1990's he toured nationally with 'Now Voyager', a pop/rock cover band. Living in Halifax, NS in the 90's he toured Atlantic Canada with pop/rock bands, 'Saratoga' & 'Mind over Matter'. In 2003, MacLellan released his first Instrumental Rock Guitar Album (CD), the album receives airplay in the USA/Europe/Australia & Canada. The self-titled album (CD) is distributed through Guitar Nine Records (USA) & IndiePool (Canada). Scott Ferguson (Drums/Producer/Engineer) & Bruce Jacobs (Bass) are the rhythm section, the musicianship is outstanding. His first album received great reviews from New York's '20th Century Guitar Magazine', 'Hard Rock Haven Magazine', 'Fret Net Music', 'Halifax Daily News'. MacLellan's track 'LockDown' is the theme music for 'EMS LIVE' a talk radio show for paramedics. MacLellan releases his second album titled 'Octane'. The (CD) contains nine explosive tracks. On three tracks guest vocalist Paul MacAusland appears, many would know MacAusland from 'Haywire' a pop/rock Canadian Band, with album sales reaching Platinum and Gold status. The six remaining tracks are rock guitar instrumental. Scott Ferguson returns as Drummer/Producer/Engineer & Paul Vienneau (Bass).