Paul Bryan (musician)

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Paul Bryan (born April 13, 1967) is a music producer, arranger, songwriter and bassist based in Los Angeles. He was born in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California.

Work as a music producer[edit]

He has produced three albums by singer and songwriter Aimee Mann: One More Drifter in the Snow (SuperEgo Records, 2006), @#%&*! Smilers (SuperEgo Records, 2008) and Charmer (SuperEgo Records, 2012). He has also produced Grant Lee Phillips' album Little Moon (Yep Roc Records, 2009) and Amy Correia's You Go Your Way (2010).[1]

Bryan wrote the string and woodwind arrangements for Nina Nastasia's critically acclaimed album Outlaster (Fat Cat Records, 2010).

He is a longtime member and bassist of Aimee Mann's touring band as well as having toured with Lucinda Williams in 2006, and Elvis Costello/Allen Toussaint in 2007,[2] also appearing that same year on Jimmy Kimmel Live! backing up songwriting legend Nick Lowe.[3]

Bryan is also a member of Gerry Leonard's Spooky Ghost.

Producer of the band The Both's self-titled album on Super Ego Records 2014, featuring Ted Leo and Aimee Mann.[4]

He has recorded with artists Sam Phillips, Norah Jones, Billy Preston, Ann Peebles, Irma Thomas and Mavis Staples. [5]

As a writer[edit]

Bryan also released a solo album Handcuff King (The Bats Is Happy Records, 2004).[6] He frequently writes with songwriter Aimee Mann and is said to be co-authoring a musical based on Mann's 2007 concept album The Forgotten Arm.

Personal life[edit]

Bryan has been in a relationship with actress Emily Procter since 2008. On December 8, 2010, Procter gave birth to their daughter Philippa Frances (called "Pippa").[7]

References[edit]

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