Multidisciplinary artist Gary Paul Bryant has an impressive and diverse body of work. He has composed for a wide variety of multi-media projects including film, radio, podcasts, television, and web projects.
With more than fifteen million streams and downloads, Gary’s music has been licensed to thousands of YouTube videos and is also available on sites including, Amazon, CDbaby, iTunes, Spotify, Soundclick, Rhapsody, and many, many others. He’s been nominated twice for Hollywood Music-in-Media Awards and is an eight-time ASCAP Award winner. He’s an author of hundreds of songs, with 21 CD releases..
Gary is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). He is also a voting member of The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (Grammy)
True Fusion This album is a true fusion of musical styles, instruments and genres. Triatta from True Fusion has been nominated for 2013 Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Gary has produced yet another outstanding collection of symphonic rock.
Aurora Blue Gary’s 15th instrumental release jumps into uncharted fusion territory, defying genre and tradition, Aurora Blue melds the sophistication of Jazz with Rock, Classical and World elements to create a new progressive fusion.
Big World Big World is an instrumental rock fusion collection with strong hints of jazz and world music elements. Noise Behind the Door was nominated for best World Fusion song by Hollywood Music in Media. From the hot sax licks in Big Face to the cinematic qualities of Coranado, Big World is big on fusion.
Guitar Games After a decade of new-age and jazz focused work, Gary straps on a Les Paul for rock fun and Guitar Games. You can listen to each song in their entirety, download any for only 88 cents each for personal use, or get an instant non-exclusive license when you click the license link associated with each song.
Tube Music This compilation is a collection of instrumental themes, music beds and bumpers, specifically for video and film creators as well as game developers and multi-media hobbyists, anyone seeking original music for their projects.
Tough Love This is Gary’s first album with vocals and his own lyrics in a number of years. After a decade of instrumental jazz fusion, his rock ballad side is leaking out with a few new perspectives.
WildLife “Compelling right off the top, drives all the way through- reminds me in some ways of John Lurie’s stuff for the “Get Shorty” movie. The end reminded me of Gil Evans and Miles Davis in the Porgy and Bess recordings. Highest compliments. – Charlie Cheney, Fremont, Michigan
Imaginary Piano “There’s nothing imaginary about Gary Paul Bryant’s latest CD release, ‘Imaginary Piano.’ It’s crossover that’s crossed over and come back again. It’s brand-new age that lifts you up and keeps you there. “ – Solo Piano
Legacy Yet another collection of orchestral, cinematic and piano featured instrumental rock compositions.You can listen to each song and download any for only 88 cents -just click the album title.
The Phone and Other Short Stories is a collection of nine short reads that in all, creates a battleground between the likes of Hitchcock and Twain. It’s a compromise of satire and science, of time travel and tall tale, but mostly just good fun. Titles include: The Phone, A Man of Proverbs, A Bitter Climb, Stall, Gleason Snickell and the Search for Love, In the Woods Where the Widow Sings, Sweet Tooth, Awkward and The First Ride: The Real Story of Santa Claus. Get it Now!
Do you believe in Santa Claus? “If it weren’t for my grandfather Max, I might have become a non-believer as well.” So begins the tale of how Nicolas Claus came to join the family of Max Pepin for a time in this warm, nostalgic story of life on a real-life farm in the 1870s. Readers will grin at this candid peek into Max’s diary, where an undercover Santa Claus is judged as “too fat to be much good for farm work” and the Kringle children sneak into the chicken coop in the middle of the night. But where, exactly, did this strange Claus family come from? Was it Hungary? Finland? Max and his tender-hearted wife, Rose, begin to have their suspicions. Something just wasn’t adding up… What kind of children didn’t grow taller than three feet? What kind of family never seemed to sleep? None of that mattered, though, when Max discovered that his son’s life was in danger. The only question was, would Max, Nicolas, and eight fleet-footed reindeer make it to him in time? Available at Amazon.com
You won’t need a medical dictionary for this seriously funny and imaginative short story by author and songwriter Gary Paul Bryant. When a prominent Massachusetts chemist Robert Levenplatter finally succumbs to lung cancer, his adult children Nina and Luke, along with his favorite nephew RPL setup a makeshift operating room in Levenplatter’s garage.
Employing a couple of trusted friends to get the necessary medical equipment from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and before the state of Massachusetts can issue a death certificate, Luke, Nina and RPL put their considerable biomedical talents together to bring dear old dad back from the dead. His wife had other ideas. Available at Amazon.com