MP3 David Bryant - The Blues Never Ends
If you like Blues/Rock with a touch of Pop/Rock that will Rock your socks off then you need to hear this CD, it will BLOW your mind. Also one song features Ronnie Haig who is in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.
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BLUES: Blues-Rock, POP: Pop/Rock
I grew up up In Indianapolis, Indiana. As a kid I was influenced by my second cousin, Ronnie Haig who was a local musician from Fountain Square. For those of you who can remember the 50''s, Ronnie had a hit song of April of 1958 that almost made the TOP 40 called "Don''t You Hear Me Calling Baby". That same year he appeared on American Bandstand. Ronnie quotes" Here''s the man that made Ronnie Haig whatever he is; Bouncin'' Bill Baker, the first DJ to put a needle on his record at WIBC Radio, Indianapolis, Indiana."
I was heavily influenced by Ronnie''s stardom and Rockabilly style. I was also Influenced by The Beatles, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Pat Travers, KISS, Judas Priest, B.B. King, Chuck Berry and classic 70''s rock.
With my love of music I began to learn to play the acoustic guitar. I was mainly self taught but I was also able to expand on my talents and learn by forming a garage band with friends, Tony Pierle and Jim Warren. They taught me more on the acoustic and how to play the electric guitar and bass guitar. Between the both of them they took me to another level, I was loaded and came out firing. From there I mainly played acoustic gigs with Tony Pierle around Indiana. After Tony and I stopped playing I hooked up with Mark Miller, a long time friend and began playing and writing songs with him. I have played at the Blues Fest in Bean Blossom, Indiana three years in a row. I have also done guest sets around town with Mark Miller and local bands; "Johnny Rock", "Huck Finn Band", "Stone 10", "Into The Mystic", and "Blue Tear".
I am a Songwriter/Composer with BMI and my Publishing company is "David Bryant Music" BMI.I also have my own private record label,"Plez Records".
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