Bronson Herrmuth

Author of the book "100 Miles To A Record Deal"

Based in Nashville, Bronson Herrmuth has worked in music publishing and production for more than 40 years. He is president of Iowa HomeGrown Music, Al Jolson Black & White Music, Jolie House of Music and Catfish Dancin' Records. Signed as a recording Artist with RCA Mexico from 1981-1985 with Iowa band The Ozone Ramblers, he is a songwriter, band leader, a multi-instrumentalist, and he has toured 42 states and 18 countries as a performer. He's produced or co produced more than 40 artists and he's traveled the USA speaking at Music Conferences as a Panelist, a Mentor and Workshop Instructor. An associate writer for and 5 Star Productions, a contributing author to the Indie Bible, a former columnist for the Nashville Music Guide and Bronson is the author of the book, "100 Miles To A Record Deal" which published in 2003. A founding member of acoustic duo Crowding 50 and a member of the Nashville Association of Talent Directors (NATD). He's hosted radio programs for Creative and Dreams Music Network and is a former Editor in Chief of the Direct Buzz magazine. Bronson also teaches how to play harmonica for Music for Seniors in conjunction with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) for Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN., and he is a Veteran of the United States Navy.

Some of the Artists/Bands/Songwriters that Bronson has performed with include:
Billy Ray Cyrus, Suzy Bogguss, Ray Stevens, John Schneider, Ronnie McDowell, Jonell Mosser, David Frizzell, Michael Mason Bromley, Shaun Murphy, Wayne Moss, Johnny Bush, John Cowan, Marty Haggard, Johnny Lee, Joe Nolan, Leona Williams, Patrick Hazell, Rosco, The Why Not Band, Mike Holloway, Moore & Moore, Music Mafia Misfits, The Ozone Ramblers, Allen Frizzell, The Osborne Brothers, Big Al & The Heavyweights, Justin Tubb, Milan & Bibiloni, Len Doolin, Poker Flatts, The Mickeys, Billy Ray Reynolds, Southern Pride, Nikki Lunden, JW Adams, Sally Weisenburg & Don Berbaum, Lori Lee & Live Bait, Average Whites Creek Band, Chaz & the Channel Cats, Tim Gonzalez, Tom Arnold, Cindy Lu, Johnny Napp, Mike & Amy Finders, Tabby Crabb, Willi X. Evans, Jason D. Williams, Kraig Kenning, Glenn Tubb, Jimmy Payne, Hoze Fleming, Richie Owens, Donna Frost, Mandolin Jack, United Cigar Box Band, Rich Mahan, Charlsey Etheridge, Chad Elliott, Russ Roberts, Chelsea Savage, Jeremy Dean, Boo Ray, Two Ton Jack, Cory Johnson, EverAfter, Jimmy Jack Whitaker, Eric Burgett, Mark Elliott, Rachel Lipsky, Jim McBride, Bobby G. Rice, Beth Ogden, Cali Wilson, Dale Houston, Tim Atwood, Eugene Moles, Julie Keech-Harris, Lee Roy Parnell, Miranda Louise, TC McPappy, Lisa Stewart, Bernie Nelson, Melody Guy, Margie Singleton Walton, Mike Dunbar, Bobby Hayden Jr., Robby Hicks, Lauryn Peacock, John England, Russ & Becky Jeffers, Kenny Neal, Angela Spiller, Keith Burns, Gary Talley, Rex Allen Jr., Rob Ondras, DeeAnn Dominy, Krowned and Crowding 50.

Some of the Artists Bronson has opened for include:
Willie Nelson, The Charlie Daniels Band, The Kentucky Headhunters, Asleep At The Wheel, Moe Bandy, Edwin McCain, Johnny Paycheck, The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Black Oak Arkansas, David Allen Coe, Richochet, The Imperials, The Lost Gonzo Band, The Country Gazzette, Jim Ed Brown, The Jones Boys, Ronnie McDowell, Mel McDaniels, Becky Hobbs, Little Jimmy Dickens, Johnny Rodriguez, Wade Hayes, Amazing Rhythm Aces, Restless Heart, John Anderson, Joe Diffie, The Winter Brothers, Walter Egan, Jason D. Williams, Pam Tillis, The Spinners and The Mission Mountain Wood Band.

Some of the Artists and Songwriters Bronson has produced or coproduced include:
Rosco, Suzy Bogguss, Patrick Hazell, Michael Mason Bromley, Colin McCaffrey, Monty Holmes, Lisa Kolarich, Joe Nolan, Nina, Rob Barry, Netha, Southern Pride, Francesca Angiuoli, J.W. Adams, Judge Parker, Kenny Fuller, Kristin Lee Bell, Wizard, Marianne Osiel, Chelle, Southern Pride, Chris Bynum, The Ozone Ramblers, Why Not Band, Cindy Lu, Johnny Napp, Private Coach, Bob Bullock, Katrina Motter, David Alan Loy, The Barrel Jumpers, Peter Nostrand, and Crowding 50.

To contact Bronson call 615-739-2555 or by email at

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