Singer-Songwriter Bruce Sudano has a storied history in the world of music.
Beginning with his 2004 CD release Rainy Day Soul and the subsequent Life & The Romantic, his work became involved with the raw expression of internal challenges central to adult lives. In a vocabulary both everyday and poetic he examines the transitions – whether personal, spiritual, or familial – there is acceptance and surrender, understanding then transcendence. His third album, With Angels On A Carousel, continued this journey further into the deep. With songs that reflected his recent experiences with crisis beyond control, exploring faith in the face of reality, hope within the conquering storm and the coming to terms with the overriding will of God.
Bruce’s latest work, 21st Century World, is an album that’s lead single “It Ain’t Cool” gets deliberately political. Bruce explains “It’s an observation on the culture at large: self serving politicians, the lack of integrity, greed destroying capitalism, where money is the justification for everything. My hope as a songwriter and artist is to provoke thought and create dialogue regarding issues that concern us all.” The 10 tracks were recording in New York City in Fall 2016, produced by Mike Montali, lead singer of local roots-rock outfit Hollis Brown.