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"The seven piece band included skilled vocalist Josh Farrell, as well as the impressive brass section of Bryan Brundige (trombone) and Jeff Nania (saxophone). The guys sufficiently warmed up the crowd delivering a style of music that was part funk, part jazz and part hip-hop.."
-Tom Miller
(Homegrown Music Network)

Bryan Brundige
(518) 956-3810

Bryan Brundige started his journey with trombone when he was ten-years-old in Albany, NY and it has taken him all over country. He has played with Igmar Thomas, Jafar Baron, Kaleta (Fela Kuti & Egypt 80), Angela Watson, the Tappan Zee Bridgemen, and others. Bryan has also had the opportunity to open for Fred Wesley and the New J.B.'s, Rich Medina, Rustic Overtones, Dumpstaphunk, Will Bernard, Charlie Hunter, Rubblebucket Orchestra and many more. During his career of studying music Bryan has attended both Schenectady County Community College and Mercy College becoming versed in many aspects of music and the industry, including recording. He owns and operates a multitrack recording facility in Waterford, NY -- Grandma's Studio ( He also privately studied trombone under Michael Meidenbauer, Nat Phipps, Andy Watts, Rick Rosoff, Cliff Brucker, and Ed Clough of the Boston Brass. Currently, Bryan is playing with The Sunny Side of the Street Band, The Chronicles, Brass-o-mania, and Los Duenos de la Salsa.