Bruce Gibson is a singer-songwriter in the contemporary folk style but with rock sensibility. His music and performances are personal and relevant and deliver a blend of lyric and rhythm that is both toe-tapping and thought provoking. Bruce steps up as the everyman—touching on the day-to-day struggle for balance between life’s grind and joys and family and dreams and love and hopes and a connection with your own personal god.
Listener comments include: "a definite knack for songwriting," "meaningful, personal," "sincere and important," "feels in the vein of John Denver inspiration," and "getting a Badly Drawn Boy vibe."
Bruce lives in Woodstock, Georgia (just north of Atlanta) with his wife and boys and dog and cats. You can find him in Atlanta venues playing his Taylor several nights a week. In April 2009, Bruce traveled 1,610 miles from Atlanta, Georgia, to Bozeman, Montana, to work with Producer Chris Cunningham at his BaseCamp Recording Studio. Chris Cunningham is also known as a solo artist and as half the duo Storyhill (Red House Records). Chris gathered regional artists for the studio band and featured accompaniment.
All songs by Bruce Gibson
Bruce Gibson: vocals, acoustic guitar
Chris Cunningham: additional vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, accordion, lead vocal accompaniment on "Witness"
Clay Green: drums, percussion
Parker Brown: upright bass, electric fretless bass
Chris Cundy: keys, Hammond B3, Reason parts
Jake Fleming: saxophone on "Holding On," "Breathe," and "Witness"
Jenny Eck: duet vocals on "Enter in the Years"
Produced, engineered, and mixed by Chris Cunningham
Arrangements on all songs by Chris Cunningham
Contributing arrangement on "Believe in Me" by Derek Ferwerda
Recorded at Basecamp Recording, Bozeman, Montana
Mastered by Fred Baker and Chris Cunningham at Electric Peak Studio, Gardner, Montana
Album design by George Johnson of Grendel.Fly, Pensacola, Florida