Laura Bryna is a recording artist, song writer, and soon to be children’s book author, who—after having a career in Nashville—is emerging with a new sound that is sure to please old fans…as well as earn her a new audience.
Bryna has teamed with legendary producer Peter Asher, and the two have developed a musical style that combines Jazz, Blues, with an Adult Contemporary Easy Listening sound. The two have recorded tracks comprised of covers and original material. Songs include, the original October Song; a new twist on, Will You Love Me Tomorrow; and Frank Sinatra’s significant anthem from 1945, The House I Live In (That’s America To Me).
Bryna also continues to work with the military, especially as spokesperson for the Air National Guard’s advertising campaigns in which she wrote the ANG’s theme song, Hometown Heros.
She has performed alongside of Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, and EmmyLou Harris, and other music icons; and she appears on her own radio talk program, That’s America To Me on Wednesdays at 3pm EST on Golf Talk America.