About Bruce Stephens
Raised a Military Brat, whose Father was in the United States Air Force. Bruce has two sisters and a brother and as a child has seen the Azores, England and several Air Force Bases State side. One of which was Keesler A.F.B. Biloxi MS. Where his father retired from the Air Force. He was raised in Ocean Springs MS. On the Golden Gulf Coast . After graduating from Ocean Springs High School he briefly worked at Ingals shipbuilding in Pascagoula MS. before joining the United States Air Force.His first assignment was Eglin A.F.B. FL. and during this time he realized Country Music was something he had to be a part of. His biggest influence was Harold Lloyd Jenkins or as most people know him as "The best friend a song ever had" Mr. Conway Twitty!!! The first time performing on stage was in Destin FL. at the Green Knight when Phil Calhoun, a member of the band, told Bruce it was Jam night and would he like to sing? They called him up next set and previously everyone was dancing to the band. Bruce started singing and not one person was dancing and every eye was on Bruce and not one sound from the audience. Naturally Bruce thought they hated him. He couldnt just walk off the stage, so he finished the song and said thank you and began to walk off stage when the audience exploded in applause. Before he could reach his seat Phil Calhoun yelled for Bruce to come back up and sing another one. After that night Bruce was hooked. Phil told him not to worry about just coming back on Jam night, your welcome to come back any night you want to sing
Bruce is currently living in Greeley, CO. and has signed on with the E.L.M. record Label, (Eden Langworthy Music)
Bruce recently did a Duet with Heather Cowles! A re-make of "Lovin’ What Your Lovin’ Does To Me"...Both met in Nashville to try out for CMT’s "Can You Duet"...however they were’nt voted forward...Heather told Bruce...where one door closes another one opens...this chapter has’nt ended yet!!!