Bruce Engler- Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist
A Passion for Blues and Rock
At an early age, Bruce was fascinated by guitars and built his own guitar when he was just seven years old, and he has been playing ever since. Bruce is a blues-based singer-songwriter, and his influences are: Eric Clapton, The Allman Brothers, and Jackson Browne to name a few. Bruce has played with many well-known musicians including, Wings’ drummer Steve Holley, bassist Paul Page from the Ian Hunter Band, and DownTown Mystic guitarist/vocalist, Robert Allen, and many more. Bruce has appeared onstage playing blues-rock music at New York City, Los Angeles, and San Diego venues for over three decades. Bruce’s songs have been featured on prime time TV shows in the U.S., as well as internationally. Bruce has also had a career in the audio side of the music world as an audio technician for music videos, movies, radio, and more. His song Goodbye was used in the television show, ZOO. His publishing company is called Twincliff Music.
New album- The Landing and other work
Bruce’s new album The Landing was released November 20th, but the first single was released earlier in 3020, titled, Not You and Me. The album is Bruce’s first new album in seven years. His previous two releases are Go Back (featuring Steve Holley, Paul Page, and Robert Allen) released in 2012, and Hudson River Anthology, released in 2013. The single and video from the album, Somewhere In-Between, has received a lot of attention. The video was directed and shot by Netherlands based DP, Roeland Bentvelzen. Music features Brett Engler on Drums, Dave Hedden on Percussion, and Angus McEachern on Bass Guitar.
Jamsphere Magazine had this comment
“Bruce Engler’s vocals are captivating all the way through and the songwriting writing is just brilliant.” – Jamsphere Magazine, January, 2020
Video interview with Bruce Engler
Here are links to other things related to Bruce
Video of “Not You and Me”
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