Coming to America: Londoner Bruno Major Takes the States by Storm

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Photo credit for above image to Katie Silvester

British singer-songwriter Bruno Major is on fire right now.

After starting his career as a session musician and writing for other artists, he had an epiphany and decided to release one song per month for a year, partly in honor of the length of the moon’s cycle. What resulted was his debut full-length album A Song For Every Moon. Due to the unconventional nature of recording, the album covers many moods and genres; from the brooding, futuristic soul of “In Cold Blood” to the earnestness in the jazz-inflected “Second Time” and everything in between.

The world has taken notice of his talent. Major has already sold out shows in New York City, Seattle, Toronto, Washington, D.C., and more, and made his late-night TV debut on The Late Late Show With James Corden last week.

Fortunately, his show in Philly at Johnny Brenda’s this Saturday has not yet sold out. Talking to Rock On Philly on the phone as he drives down to LA (coming from yet another sold out show in San Francisco), Major spoke to us about his music, and how the creators behind South Park inspired him.

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