Jun 25, 2019
A life beyond just music, an ALS warrior, father, and husband Bryan Wayne shares some of his biggest cuts and biggest moments from his life. Recorded from Big Kenny's (Big & Rich) private studio, Bryan also shares the story behind his latest record While You Wait and how you can really help those that are diagnosed with ALS at www.hark-als.org.
Bryan Wayne's "What If She's An Angel", recorded by Tommy Shane Steiner was a #2 hit in 2002 and hit it big as BMI's Millon Air award hitting 1 million spins. Bryan has also had top 25 single success with Chris Cagle's "Country By The Grace of God" and Big and Rich's "Kick My Ass". The MuzikMafia was a collection of country artists and songwriters that changed and shaped the sounds of the early 2000's that we still hear today. Bryan, being a part of that transition of country music also shared cuts with Clay Walker, Emerson Drive, Rodney Carrington, Jason Blaine, and others during his 20 plus year career as a songwriter.
In 2017, Bryan was diagnosed with ALS-Lou Gehrig's disease. Knowing the disease was going to rob him of his voice, he recorded and re-recorded some of his big hits using his singing voice. While You Wait is available where music can be downloaded and streamed as well as www.bryanwaynemusic.com.
ALS is a terrible disease. It robs you of what you've always known and used in your body. Currently, Bryan and his family (wife and two sons) are adjusting to this ever-evolving disease. Two of their biggest needs is a wheel-chair accessible van and bathroom renovations. I want you to give something to someone that could really use it, and remember that your time may be next when you need a little help. To give to these needs, visit this link. You can also visit www.bryanwaynemusic.com/about-als where you'll find great resources on how you can help those battling ALS.