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Bruce McKenzie

Bruce McKenzie is a smooth jazz guitarist and has released three smooth jazz releases. His first was released in January 2003 and was entitled, “Special Moments”. His next released was entitled, “Aesthetic Melodology”. His third release was entitled, “Destinations” and all are available onhis website. He has been associated with Norman Brown and Paul Jackson Jr. A very smooth and saucy guitarist on the scene which should be definitely included in your favorites!


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Bruce McKenzie is an outstanding guitarist and composer. An American who lives and records in Europe, he’s just released his third album, DESTINATIONS, and I promise you that Mr. McKenzie will be a top-of-mind name in Smooth Jazz moving forward from here. His musical brilliance shines on this new project. He’s a one-man band, and that includes vocal refrains, plus… all 12 of the songs are Bruce McKenzie originals, ranging from the delightful “Summer Breeze” to the energetic “One Way;” from the compelling “Why” and “Can He Love You (Like I Do)” to the lovely ballad “Try To Forget.” He’s equally adept at both classic jazz and acoustic guitars

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Album Destinations by Bruce McKenzie

Destinations

Self Produced
2007

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