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Through his biggest influences, experiences and memories, singer-songwriter Bruce Sudano, shares his stories of love, heartache, struggle and spirituality by way of song. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Bruce often found himself escaping the walls of his home to be with the music outside. At the ripe age of 13 years old, Bruce formed his first band, eventually playing clubs at a very young age. But the bands for Bruce just kept forming and forming. From The Silent Souls, to Doctors We’re Not, to The Fifth Prophecy, and eventually over time, Alive N Kickin and Brooklyn Dreams were born, with chart success to follow.

The combination of forming each band and writing the material they played, really kick started Bruce into a lifelong career and passion he never saw coming. Although Bruce really enjoyed performing in his bands, eventually he made his way as more of a songwriter than performer, writing classic hits for Donna Summer, Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, and Michael & Jermaine Jackson. However, his performance days are not up yet.

Earlier this year, in succession to his 2021 album “Ode to a Nightingale,” Bruce teamed up with hit-maker mixer/producer Ken Lewis (Taylor Swift, Drake, Kanye, BTS) to release his danceable rhythmic anthem  “Make The World Go Away.” Following this track, Bruce, again produced by Lewis along with Randy Ray Mitchell, is set to release his next single titled “Two Bleeding Hearts” from his forthcoming new album. A duet with iconic singer/songwriter Valerie Simpson, “Two Bleeding Hearts” is a song about a relationship that seems smooth sailing, until everything changes on the flip of a dime.

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"We love Bruce Sudano"


"A compelling singer-songwriter"


"Bruce has been responding to the zeitgeist with a series of critically-praised EPs"
-New Folk Initiative, John Platt


"Texture is always a component of expressiveness in Bruce Sudano's music."

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