Bruce Nowlin has had two songs break into the Top 50.
“John 3:16” reached #43
“You’re The One” hit #36
If you like the music of Yanni, Jan Hammer, Harold Faltermeyer, Herbie Hancock, Vangelis or Kebu then you will love the music of Bruce Nowlin. The reviews of Bruce’s work says it all: Soundscape Magazine called his music “a breath of fresh air”, Artist Rise calls his a “musical wizard” and MSNBC called him “inspiring.”
Bruce Nowlin’s love for music started at an early age. So, it should come as no surprise that his music drew inspiration from a plethora of sources. Growing up in the ’80s, when bands like AC/DC and Def Leppard were rising to fame, Bruce started taking guitar lessons to nurture his appetite for music. He didn’t stick to it and didn’t become the next David Gilmore as he envisioned it in his early teens, but this was a great introduction to the realm of synthesizers, percussion instruments, and bass guitar.