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Artist/Band: Brynna Campbell
Brynna Campbell's "Rough Masters" is an acoustic-alternative album. It takes the listener on a journey of bliss and heartbreak seen through the eyes of a young singer/songwriter.
Raised by wild musicians in Los Angeles, Brynna Campbell draws inspiration from older bands including "America" and "The Beatles," as well as newer artists like Alanis Morissette and Ben Kweller. Her songs have a wide range, from the tongue-in-cheek lyrics of "Life" and "What You Get" to the earnest entreaties of "Rain" and "Sending."
Special Thanks to:
Richard Campbell for all the late hours and work put into making this CD, Glynnis Campbell for putting up with all the noise and resisting the urge to sing along, Dylan Campbell for use of the drum set and for giving me a comprehensive list of any and all parodies of these songs possible, Candice Shikai and Natasha Thomas for the lovely makeup work and photography, Madeleine St. Marie for finding a bassist and for the constant support, Daniel Konialian and Matthew Shayefar for being excellent roadies, Mr. John McCollaum for providing the first venue for showcasing these works, and to Mr. Jonathan Kenion and Mr. Jay Gehringer for a wonderful four years of music.
Also, thanks to all the people who buy this CD legitimately. Without you, I would not be able to fund the further production of such music.