Bruce Scism | Speed of Lonely  (feat. Jackie Lawson)

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Speed of Lonely (feat. Jackie Lawson)

by Bruce Scism

Mandolins and pedal steel create the vibe to support an emotion packed vocal performance, leaving the listener spellbound and wanting to hear it again. Lyrics that tell the story of dreams that falter.
Genre: Country: Americana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bruce Scism is an emerging writer in Country, Americana, Folk, and Bluegrass genres whose lyrics paint portraits and snapshots of real life; a writer who is beginning to compile a record of accomplishment. Giving a listen, it’s easy to see why he has been nominated for “Songwriter of the Year” and “Song of the Year” by the Houston Fort Bend Songwriters’ Association (2007), why several of his songs have picked as “Best of SongU”, and why his tunes have been covered/recorded by a diverse group of independent artists, and why his songs are included in music libraries that place with top networks in the U.S. and Britain.

Reviewers point to the styling and lyrical content that make his songs resonate with listeners –

“...they speak to the experiences of a person’s life and and appreciating life! These well-crafted songs really express a person's ability to love love and to hate it, to lose love and to be completely overtaken with it. A little bit country, a little bit folk, a lot of talent!" (iTunes reviewer)

"[Two Hearts is a] cool retro country two beat ... in the vein of Bob Wills meets Lyle Lovett....a classic country song...good melody over some cool chord changes on a swinging country groove.... [A] vivid picture of waiting at the train station and hoping that love has not passed you by ... very encouraging and clever ... a solid country song." (TAXI reviewer)


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