Kelly Bryarly | All Aboard That Square Dance Train

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All Aboard That Square Dance Train

by Kelly Bryarly

"All Aboard That Square Dance Train" was written and produced as a flips-side single for a tribute to modern western square dance.
Genre: Country: Square Dance
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Kelly Bryarly currently lives in Colorado Springs, CO. He has written and produced successful soundtrack music for many types of projects- from feature film to spots. He is a two-time recipient of the "Joey Award" for 'Best Original Music Score'. Recent projects include scores for "Cloud:Challenge of the Stallions"; "The Life Penalty"; "The Firefly and the Stars"; "Gibsonburg". He has also produced over 500 square dance records for the PMDO labels.

Clients: ABC; CBS; NBC; Sony; American Idol Rewind; WNET; Food Network; Chevron: PBS; Maury Pauvich; Heineken; Taurus Productions; Wells Fargo Bank; Omnimusic; ScoreKeepers Music
He studied classical music formally (played the cello in the symphony) and also performed on stage (guitar, 5-string banjo, mandolin) in various bands (rock, cover, and country) in a four-state region around Colorado.
After several years of scoring work in the San Francisco film community, he returned home to Colorado.


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