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Stories to Tell/ Sweet Salvation

Christy Bruneau

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Christy Bruneau's third release brings us home to ourselves with good ol' heart felt songs about the spirit in us all. Known for her pleasantly sweet voice Christy gets her message across with melodies that sing to your heart and stay with you. Produced by Jeff Berkley of Berkley Sound San Diego & accompanied by veteran bluegrass player Dennis Caplinger on banjo, mandolin, dobro and fiddle, Jeff Berkley on guitars and drums, bluegrass and jazz bassist Doug Walker, and the talented backing vocals from Mary Dolan and Anna Warner these timeless songs get stuck right into your bones. Photo by Chelsea Kent

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Time

Christy Bruneau

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Upon first hearing singer/songwriter Christy Bruneau, she sounds like a cross between Natalie Merchant and Jewel. After spending just over 23 minutes listening to her debut CD however, the listener realizes that her style and playing are very much her own.

Bruneau grew up listening to the music her father played around the house. Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, The Beatles, Dusty Springfield, Janis Joplin, Cream, Elton John and Charlie Rich all got regular rotation on the home record player. Being a self-described \"rebel at heart,\" Bruneau says she wore out Elton John\'s Yellow Brick Road album, \"Mostly because my Mom thought it inappropriate for a girl my age to listen to Elton John.\"

Throughout the album, Andy Lohr on guitars and mandolin, Nathan Moon Swift on drums, and Tommy Andrews on bass and guitars lay down very nice accompaniment to Bruneau\'s highly enjoyable singing. The guitars on \"Time,\" the bonus track recorded live in the studio, are especially well matched to Bruneau\'s ethereal song styling. Also, \"Time\" seems to be the most autobiographical of the whole set. Growing up in Phoenix, AZ, Bruneau saw all of her girlfriends starting families and knew that she couldn\'t sail on that boat, at least not yet; \"And all the girls are gettin\' married and havin\' babies/So you packed your bags and left and said, \'This life ain\'t for me.\'\" But perhaps Bruneau feels she abandoned her past when she left Arizona in 1995 and relocated to San Diego. As she repeats upon her return home, \"So you hope they\'re right, time heals and time mends.\"

We certainly hope that Bruneau\'s wounds heal, but not quite all the way. There seems to be more angst wanting to manifest itself in a song, and I, for one, would like to hear more.

Reviewed by David Strickler at Nowontour

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Somewhere in the Middle

Christy Bruneau

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Edgy, distinctive, yet familiar sound with attention on raw, honest introspection, and pure playing. Nominated in the 2010 San Diego Music Awards for Best Local Recording. Produced by Tom Andrews Photo by Chelsea Kent

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Angels of Mercy

The Unknown Poets

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Christy Bruneau vocals, acoustic guitar- Robert Edwards backing vocals, guitar, bass, electronic music- Charlie Ruse-guitar Two songs from the Album, Angels of Mercy and Heart of a Woman, are featured in indie film L.A. Twister

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Come on Now Get on Up-Hip Hop Single

"Come On Now Get On Up" Hip Hop Performance SD Women's March 2018