Newsletter Signup

Link to Bruce Zimmerman on Facebook

Facebook -- http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bruce-Zimmerman-Music/351698748472

Shows

  • Nov 17

    Steel Crest Winery

    Jackson

  • Nov 22

    Ciao Ristorante &

    Cape Girardeau

  • Nov 26

    Port Cape

    Cape Girardeau

  • Nov 27

    Stooges

    Jackson

  • Nov 29

    Ciao Ristorante &

    Cape Girardeau

I'm Coming Home

by Bruce Zimmerman

B-BLUE-Z Records
B-BLUE-Z Records
All original songs covering a wide range of influences and Bruce's unique perspective. Sometimes serious and thought provoking, sometimes humorous. The veteran guitarist shows his skill on multiple instruments throughout all with a bluesy feel.
NOTES
Bruce covers acoustic, electric, slide & resonator guitar, mandolin, bass & vocals
Additional musicians. Scott Bierschwal [Keyboards], Brad "Boogie" Graham [Bass] and Danny Rees [Drums]

Guitar on the Brain

by Bruce Zimmerman

Released 2006
B-BLUE-Z Records
Released 2006
B-BLUE-Z Records
Blues infused songs of trial and triumph.
NOTES
Bruce Zimmerman is a veteran bluesman and singer/songwriter who has been captivating audiences for decades.

Since picking up a guitar at age five, Bruce’s journey has taken him from a first recording session at the famous Sun Studios, though tours that have included 6 countries and 28 states, to a 26 year stint fronting the house band at Port Cape Girardeau.

Bruce’s career has seen him share the stage with Rufus Thomas, Lee Oskar (War), …
Read more
Bruce Zimmerman
Randy Leiner

Story

"Where the Good Ones Go" is a song written by a brilliant song writer and one of the founding members of "The Melroys" the late Randy Leiner. Randy recorded the song with the Melroys on their first album. Randy was a close friend and when he died suddenly of a heart attack I wanted to pay tribute to him by recording one of his songs. He had a great library of songs to choose from but this one really stuck out to me because it is a song about musicians dieing too young. When I recorded it I wanted to stay true to the original Melroys version without being a direct knock off of the song. I achieved this by adding an almost eerie sounding slide track. I hope you enjoy it.

Help Me

06:59
Bruce Zimmerman
Sonny Boy Williamson