Dwayna Litz began working with Bruce Burch in Nashville on Music Row when she was only 19 years old and has been honored to call him her friend ever since. Dwayna Litz Music thanks Bruce Burch for this!
“Dwayna is a powerhouse singer who deserves to be heard. She sings from her heart, and I guarantee you she will reach yours. “ –Bruce Burch, songwriter, former Creative Director at EMI Publishing in Nashville, Director of University of Georgia’s Music Business program , elected by the Recording Academy as National Trustee at Kennesaw State University working with entertainment attorney Joel Katz
Friend and former co-writer, Vip Vipperman, reviews Dwayna Litz new CD “I’m the Girl I Used to Know Again”:
“Dwayna has always been a star. Her voice is so warm and expressive that you feel like you have found a dear friend as soon as you hear her sing. Her new collection is intimate and cozy, confessional and honest. Refreshingly free of over produced bombast and wonderfully easy on the ears. Dwayna and her timeless music are excellent company. Experience her delightful musical presence for yourself…” –Vip Vipperman, songwriter BMI Billionaire Award for writing “1982” recorded by Randy Travis, ASCAP award for “1982” by Randy Travis, Nominated for CMA Song of the Year; Grammy Award for Best Country Album “The Cold, Hard Truth” by George Jones for his third single “Sinners and Saints” (Discography also includes cuts with Reba McEntire, LeAnne Rimes , Trace Adkins and John Michael Montgomery)
Dwayna Litz was the last artist to work at Tony Bennett Studios before it closed, as she recorded with a full orchestra there for her “Counting Your Blessings” contemporary Jazz album. Videos can be seen of the making of the album HERE.
“What a treat to work with Dwayna on her Jazz CD! We had an instant musical connection- love at first note!”—Larry Ham, Jazz pianist