Bruce Graml / Press

“Bruce Graml is an old soul that somehow time travels into the future. His guitar riffs would be at home on any Badfinger song and his rocking style could be the featured song on a new Grand Funk Railroad album. That being said, there are quite a few touching ballads in there also. A great new artist to be on the lookout for !”

“Loving the new retro sound that is coming through loud and clear. Bringing the best of the old and the new multi-genres and mixing it into your own rocking style."”

"I am Absolutely Lovin' what I am hearing here. Your Music has such a great SOUND and VIBE/ENERGY going on. "A Hundred Days" ..is such an awesome Song. I also really Liked "A Single Word You Said" ..and.. "If You Let Me" ..two more Fantastic Songs. Superb Vocals, Lyrics and Musicianship throughout !"

The Neal Maingot Project

"This is great rock music - damn straight !"


“Man, you've got it! Great guitar playing !”

Sandy Hamilton - American Songwriter

"Love your version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Bruce. I don't do undue flattery, so you can believe it when I say that I think it's AT LEAST the equal of the original. Bravo!"

David Layton - Reverbnation-Artist

"Loving your music ! Great feel good tracks filled with harmony and hot guitar licks ! Who could ask for more ? It was a pleasure having you on my show. All Around The World is our new favorite Christmas song !"

"I have worked with many GUITAR SLINGERS in the studios over the years and you never know what vibe they will feel as they play along with a song they've never heard before, tapes rolling, pressure on, huge expectations. You hope they will put on their super hero costume and save the day. Bruce can do that. Bruce is one of the most talented, inventive, melodic players I have ever had the pleasure of working with and the Jukebox Babies are lucky to have him on our third CD, "Tales from the Bus". Be sure and check out the other songs he appears on. We're so proud of him. Thanks Bruce ! Looking forward to working with you in the future."

"Lots to like here. Bruce's music goes down many different roads - while maintaining a strong connection to the songs that we can all identify with. Lockable melodies, searing guitar licks and all the things that a song should be...."

Tony Walker - The Dadada - Music Blog

“ALONE, like the rest of your tracks, cuts cleanly and crisply through the genre clutter with a groove that slices directly to the heart with honest power. This is music with teeth, heart, soul and big brass balls.”

David Namerow - Reverbnation

“Dang Bruce..you sure can write a hook to hang a hit on ! ! Lovin that big full rockin sound you got goin on in "What about those tears?"..real sweet bridge in there too..it's one of those timeless summer tracks that you can hear going down the big-horns-muscle-shoals route too. Diggin your skills ! !”

Mike White Presents - Reverbnation

“Pop, Rock with a hint of Country... Influenced by all the good guitar and vocal groups, Bruce maintains a sound all his own.”

John Rimes - Backstreet

"a cathartic and somewhat-sardonic look at love, chock-full of melodic guitar riffs, catchy hooks and tight vocal harmonies...

LJ MCardle - Beat Times