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BRYAN WHITE PLAYS THE LISTENING ROOM!



It was a nice evening for sitting back, relaxing, and enjoying some good country music and stories at the Listening Room on Sunday night. Bryan White performed many of his hits from the 90s, such as "Rebecca Lynn", "Someone Else's Star", and "So Much For Pretending". A clear crowd favorite was "Not Supposed To Love You Anymore". Personally, I loved hearing "Sitting On Go", and "Get It Together" as well.






  "What happened to the 90's?" Bryan jokes, as we're transported back in time with stories from the good ole days.

Kicking it back all the way, Look At Me Now was the first song ever written by Bryan and songwriter friend Derek George.

Before performing Rebecca Lynn he shares the story of how he found the song. "So glad I got to record this song." Bryan says, adding that he found it in his first batch of songs, after hearing what a big deal it is to find that one hit song. And for many remembering Bryan White, that is the song they most associate with him.



"I was just a kid wanting to be in the middle of things somewhere." Bryan shares about entering the music industry at the age of 19. White recalls the first time he was on the talk show Regis & Kelly. They had wanted him to be an auctioneer and he was so nervous, he called up his dad. But the show had to go on. "I can't say no to Regis." Bryan recalls.

Talking about his songs brings back memories for Bryan, but in a different way. While the fans remember when they first heard the song, and the people and occasion it reminds them of, Bryan remembers the songwriter associated with the song and the studio recording experience.



It was a casual, laid back setting at the Listening Room. So much show Bryan shared the spotlight with others. His two buddies onstage each performed, one a Bryan White song, the other an old rock classic. He also called nine year old Ella onstage to perform one of her songs. It was totally adorable, and she melted everyone's hearts as she played piano and sang.

At some point talk turned to a rough patch in Bryan's career. "I lost my voice for awhile, and I'm still on that climb." Bryan confides. He got mixed in with some negative influences, started listening to them and doubting himself. As fans I'm sure noticed, there wasn't much going on musically with Bryan.

"Music is a big deal. It saved my life." Bryan confides. As someone who has enjoyed his music for the past two decades I am happy to see him getting back to his roots, and growing, both as a musician and a human being.


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