"REAL... GREAT ...MUSIC
Steven F. Adams-SoundWave One
As I have said before in my last music review of Brauninger she has a bluesy jazzy twist to her style. As I have followed her music journey I've noticed that she has a remarkable vocal range, one that I hadn't noticed before. She has that deep soulful voice that turns ears and allows one to really take notice. With her performing a lot of places it's really difficult to keep tabs on her. She brings on a sound all her own and I really love it a lot. I have said in my past that Brauninger is one to be reckoned with. Well her she is. With her last EP release called "Louisana Girl" where, she fuses her music between blues and Jazz. And now she's added another element to the mix, just solid music. It's not a particular genre or style it's just solid sounding music. Braninger brings to her music the tremendous gift of simplicity and that's probably her secret to her unique but beautiful sound. As I have spoken with her on several occasions Brauninger is the real deal, she has the element of humility and a really good person. With this she will go far, For more click the link below
"Bronze Blues: Hendersonville Vocalist Brauninger Offers a Distinctive Hybrid Approach"
Ron Wynn-Nashville Scene Magazine
IHendersonville via Louisiana up-and-comer’s countrified jazz-blues synthesis deserves Nashville’s attention.
While it’s the goal of many vocalists to fuse diverse influences into their own distinctive sound, achieving this can be quite difficult. In the case of Louisiana-born singer Brauninger, her synthesis of blues, jazz and country is not only refreshing and compelling — it has an instantly identifiable edge and compelling ethos that have proven quite popular during her engagements at such Music City locales as B.B. King’s Blues Club and the Hard Rock Cafe. Now set for a series of area engagements that brings her back to the region where she lives, Brauninger (last name McDaniel) looks forward to expanding her Music City fan base.
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Ron Wynn- Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society
Louisiana native Brauninger McDaniel is quickly building an audience and developed a fan base in Nashville through a create blend of multiple musical influences. She is at home with jazz, blues, pop or country, and you can clearly hear elements of each style interspersed through her current single “But You Do,” which is now available on iTunes and Spotify among other places. She’s done a number of area gigs, particularly at Shugga Hi Bakery & Café, as she tackles the tough task of surviving as an independent artist. Have met and interviewed her a couple of times and she clearly has the determination and resolve needed for the task ahead. We did this interview a few weeks ago via e-mail.
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