Dennis Bryan’s voice is the first thing that draws you in and makes you want to know him. He's grateful to have a voice to share, songs to write and music to inspire. His mission is to create a musical ministry that will bring love and compassion to the world, to help us know
deep down that love is really all there is. His song “Set on God” from a previous recording, Look Within, garnered an honorable mention
at the 2017 Posi Music Awards. He recently released his fourth full length album, From Where I Am, an eclectic mix of pop, jazz,
R&B and rock. He has performed all over the world including singing a solo at the Vatican and the Sydney Opera House.

Although Dennis displayed a natural singing ability early on, he studied opera in college and claims it’s the
best way to learn how to use your voice correctly; to learn about the mechanism. He sang with a choral
group and had the chance to perform solos. But something was missing. He hadn’t found his
true voice yet. His love for R&B and soul singers like Stevie Wonder and Donny Hathaway
were great vocal influences. He grew up with Elton John and Carole King.
He played the piano and wanted to sing and write songs like them.
So his love for other genres led him to move on.

Several albums later, Dennis is ready to bring his voice and his sound onto a bigger platform
one stage at time. He did the nightclub circuit and some musical theater early in his career
including the demanding role of Jesus in "Jesus Christ Superstar". His portrayal of Pirelli
in "Sweeney Todd" prompted the Orange County register to call him “a garish dandy
with a gorgeous Italian tenor!”

These days the stages he graces are in New Thought churches around Southern California.
His musical ministry includes being assistant musical director at Harmony Center
for Spiritual Living in Whittier. Positive thinking, spiritual strength, changing your
perspective, honoring yourself, letting go and trusting the source are just
some of the messages you’ll hear in his music today. His songs can stir
the soul as well as make you want to move your feet.

You can visit him at to learn more and check out his busy
schedule of weekly performances on the New Thought circuit. Be sure to follow
him on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and LinkedIn. His music and some of his
live performances are available on iTunes, YouTube,
CDBaby, and many other online music sites.