Lynn Bryant holds professional membership in several musical organizations, including the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association.
As a recording artist, Bryant chose and wrote songs for her two albums that
mirror her belief in music as a life-changing force. She says, “I love music. It has
the power to motivate, heal, inspire and some songs have the ability to forever
impact our lives. Three of Bryant’s album cuts received airplay on Sirius Satellite
Radio. Her single, “When You Get To Be You”, launched her into the Billboard
country charts while the video appeared on GAC and CMT.com. Jimmy Griffin,
former Bread vocalist joined her in a duet for her 2nd album.
John Hendricks, former director of Music Choice, NYC, writes, “Lynn Bryant is one
of the best-kept secrets in the Entertainment Industry! On-stage, she is a dynamic
and skilled performer. She's a singer and songwriter who possesses a deep
understanding of the human condition. It is with that sensitivity that she writes
songs that are both beautifully melodic and rich in content.”
Judy Rodman, singer/writer/producer and vocal coach states: “Some people climb
mountains, Lynn likes to move them. Not content with lesser heights, she is a
visionary who puts legs to her dreams. She has also been a loyal, dependable
friend; a woman of integrity and grace. Lynn also has an ability to communicate
with her voice that captures the heart of her audience.”
Bryant has been featured in numerous media, including a cover piece in Nashville
Lifestyles, as well as features in The Tennessean and The Las Vegas Sun. For more
information, see her website www.LynnBryant.net.