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From the mind of Bruce Brown comes a continuous string of songs that could be used as the soundtrack for a romantic comedy jazz musical. Bruce combines his finely honed songwriter abilities with his comedic sensibilities to craft pure entertainment. He’s a singer wearing brown shoes with a back tux performing jazz songs with funny lyrics; he creates art. But wait there is more! Just when he’s got you smiling and laughing Bruce will deliver a love song with insight into the human experience that will move you to tears. This is the real deal folks, Bruce Brown; singer, songwriter, musician, comedian.

Bruce Brown, originally from LA, arrived in New Zealand in 1998 to take up the position as Senior Vocal Jazz Tutor at the Conservatorium of Music, Massey University Wellington, where he established a programme in Vocal Jazz


Death of Expertise

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: 1. Death of Expertise; 2. They’re Everywhere; 3. Find Three Things to Be Grateful for; 4. Love Makes Us Who We Are; 5. A Mind Is a Terrible Thing; 6. Back in the Day; 7. Doreen; 8. Love Always Wins; 9. To Find Things Out; 10. We Click; 11. Losers Are People Too; 12. Giving Up Is Not an Option; 13. We’re Up We’re Down; 14. The Music Plays Again.


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Vocalist/Songwriter Bruce Brown Weaves Witty Narratives Over Soulful Jazz On 'Death Of Expertise'

Vocalist/Songwriter Bruce Brown Weaves Witty Narratives Over Soulful Jazz On 'Death Of Expertise'

When Bruce Brown lived in Los Angeles, he enjoyed a whirlwind of what he calls “live furniture background gigs,” countless casuals, and hipper engagements, like singing and playing piano in the lobby of the L.A. Biltmore Hotel. While doing this, he decided to take a leap of faith and pursue his longtime dream of songwriting full ...


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