Based in Nashville, Bronson Herrmuth has worked in music publishing and production for more than 40 years. He is president of Iowa HomeGrown Music,
Al Jolson Black & White Music, Jolie House of Music and Catfish Dancin' Records. He's produced or co produced more than 40 artists.
Signed as a recording Artist with RCA Mexico from 1981-1985 with Iowa band The Ozone Ramblers, he is a songwriter, band leader, a
multi-instrumentalist, and he has toured 42 states and 18 countries as a performer. Bronson has traveled the USA speaking at Music
Conferences as a Panelist, a Mentor and Workshop Instructor and he's author of the book, "100 Miles To A Record Deal" which published in 2003.
An associate writer for MusicDish.com and 5 Star Productions, a contributing author to the Indie Bible,
a former columnist for the Nashville Music Guide and MusesMuse.com. He's a founding member of acoustic trio Crowding 50 and
a member of the Nashville Association of Talent Directors (NATD). He's hosted radio programs for Creative and Dreams Music Network and is a former Editor in Chief of the Direct Buzz online magazine.
Bronson also teaches how to play harmonica for Music for Seniors in conjunction with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) for Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.
Bronson signed his book on July 20th at Borders Books & Music on West End Ave. in Nashville, TN. He also performed with The Mickey's on August 18th at the Sutler for Americana Tonight. He traveled to Denver, C0 to speak about songwriting to the Colorado Music Association on January 18, 2004. On November 16, 2003, Bronson signed his book at the Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Lexington, KY. November 21st he performed for the USA Songwriting Showcase at Borders Books & Music in Woodbury, MN. On November 23rd he was a guest on the "live" radio program Homegrown in Minneapolis, MN on 92 KQRS FM Radio.
The Ozone Ramblers
Why Not Band
David Alan Loy.
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Bronson as a Songwriter
Bronson as a Performer
Bronson & The Ozone Ramblers