David R Brunoehler

David R Brunoehler

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Country - Contemporary | Long Beach, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,812   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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I set sail as songwriter after winning an international songwriting contest I read about in the Wall Street Journal, in search of a theme song for Wichita, Kansas. "You'll Feel Wichita" launched a lifelong pass-time as a lyricist that has earned four ASCAP Popular Arts Awards, commissions for original songs at the National Democratic Issues Conference ("We Give Democracy It's Name") and The Indiana AiDS Memorial ("Once Again"). I've written over 20 songs with the 'Folk Princess of Pop', Melanie, and collaborated on two Off Broadway reviews
("Tomorrow's Broadway-A Look Back" and "Deep Dish Beauty")
while performing improvised musical comedy in New York with Interplay and The National Improv Theater, which I co-founded.

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In 2012,I won a Director's Award in the Nashville Int'l Love Song & Lyric Contest with "February-Fourteenth Day"; hit Broadjam's Top Ten List in Country-Religious Genre, title: "I Have Seen the Angels Singing" and I'm currently adding music to my lyrics to "When I Am Free" for the National Hospice Foundation.


Yrral Mallik posted over 30 days ago to David R Brunoehler

Ballerina ~ Fun song.Loving it right up.Your Broadjam Bro.(~;yrral Mallik of Songramp aka Larry Gordon Killam of Facebook Group Songwriters Unite over 2000 members;~)

Songbird8 posted over 30 days ago

David The lyrics to "I have seen the angels singing" are beautiful. I also listened to "I WIll" good song too. ...I have an "I Wil"l on my list to .... give it a listen. :)

Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago

Hey there friend David, so we meet again. thanks for reviewing my very vintage song, Country Christians. FYI, Aunt Glade in the song fell off her porch and broke her shoulder this past week, so if you are a praying man, say a prayer for her. She doesn't teach Sunday School anymore but she sews up a storm for Jesus and this broken shoulder has really put a crimp on her do it style. I think she is 83 now? Anyway, it was a very sweet review and I appreciate your kind thoughts. I am heading out on a big tour to Indiana and giving a songwriting seminar to boot, so big plans are in the works. Also I released my new CD, NanaTunes. All the songs are at the top of my page if you wanna take a listen. Have a great day in my home state of CA! Mrs. Kate

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