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Bruce Sudano

Musician
Male
Born Sep 26, 1948
Age 67
Hometown Brooklyn

Bruce Charles Sudano is a singer/songwriter/producer best known for his collaboration with and marriage to singer Donna Summer, and the group he co-founded, Brooklyn Dreams. Sudano was originally a member of the band Alive N Kickin', who had a big hit in 1970 called "Tighter, Tighter". Sudano left the band to return to his hometown and found the group Brooklyn Dreams. Brooklyn Dreams is best-known for collaborating with Donna Summer.… Read More

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Timeline

Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Bruce Sudano.

CHILDHOOD

1948 Birth Born on September 26, 1948.

TEENAGE

1968 19 Years Old In 1968 Sudano became the keyboard player in the pop rock band Alive N Kickin', which he co-founded with Pepe Cardona. … Read More

TWENTIES

1972 23 Years Old Alive N Kickin' did a promotional tour of the United States as the opening act for Chicago and Frank Zappa. However, Sudano left Alive 'N Kickin' in 1972 and moved to Los Angeles, California where wrote and performed folk songs as a solo singer.
1973 24 Years Old In 1973, Sudano returned to Brooklyn where he continued performing but also began rehearsing with Joe “Bean” Esposito, Eddie Hokenson and Louis Hokenson.
1977 28 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1977, Sudano, Esposito and Eddie Hokenson moved to Los Angeles, formed the band Brooklyn Dreams and signed a recording deal with Millennium Records. … Read More

THIRTIES

1980 31 Years Old 1 More Event
Brooklyn Dreams amicably disbanded in 1980 when Hokensen returned to New York after his mother passed away. … Read More
1981 32 Years Old Sudano was signed as a solo artist by RCA and released his first record "The Fugitive Kind" in 1981. … Read More
1984 35 Years Old In 1984, Sudano wrote "Tell Me I'm Not Dreamin' (Too Good to Be True)" with Michael Omartian. Jermaine Jackson and Michael Jackson recorded the song as a duet for the album Jermaine Jackson. The song was nominated at the 1985 Grammy Awards for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. … Read More

FIFTIES

2004 55 Years Old In 2004, Sudano released a second solo record called "Rainy Day Soul" and scored three top ten Adult Contemporary hits and earned him the New Music Weekly 2004 Adult Contemporary Artist of the Year award.

LATE ADULTHOOD

2009 60 Years Old Sudano's third solo record "Life and the Romantic" was released in 2009 and won the New Music Weekly Adult Contemporary Song of the Year award for the track "It's Her Wedding Day" which Sudano wrote about his daughter Amanda's marriage to her Johnnyswim bandmate Abner Ramirez. … Read More
2012 63 Years Old On May 17, 2012, Donna Summer Sudano died from lung cancer. … Read More
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