The Cure For The Working Class Blues

Bruce Guynn & Big Rain, the definitive workingman’s band with sweet vocal harmonies, brings its  award-winning brand of “Rock ‘n’ Country Blues”, and so much more to the stage. With the release of several number one, and six top 30 songs, from five albums, on both the USA and International Charts, these boys dish up a full-bodied musical fare. The breadth of their musical repertoire leaves no one untouched and brings screaming audiences to their feet.

Some of the Bands Achievements

  • National and International Tours
  • Tours for the Troops
  • Iraq, Kuwait, Egypt, American
  • Embassy, Cairo
  • Tour in China
  • Australia, Europe
  • 17 Years Performing & Touring
  • Over 1,300 Performances
  • Successful Recording Artist

Chart Topping Songs & Awards

  • Three # 1 Radio Charting Songs
  • Six Songs in the Top 10 & 30
  • Radio Music Charts Nationally Europe, Japan, and Australia
  • Industry Honors for Vocal Group of the Year
  • Nominated Crossover Artist of the Year For New Music Awards
  • Working with Our Communities
  • Sharing the Stage with the Biggest Names in the Business
  • Performed at 100’s of Festivals
  • Fairs and Community Concerts
  • Concerts to Raise Money for Veterans
  • Children and Other Non- Profits…
  • 20 Years of Live Performances

    The trials and tribulations Bruce Guynn & Big Rain have faced would have stopped most dead in their track. But, they stayed true to the artistic vision and the music. Celebrating another year of touring, and thrilling audiences around the world, the band continues to evolve, creating new music. They have been credited by many for bringing their own fresh and inspirational crossover sound into the mainstream.

    Big Rain Returns to China

    Big Rain recently returned to China for a second time. The first tour in 2008 was a non stop marathon as was 2011. But this tour was different because the performances took place in Hanjiajie, South China’s Hunan Province, possibly the most beautiful place in the world. This rain forest area was the inspiration for James Cameron’s floating mountains in the movie Avatar. “We are so appreciative of the people and fans in Shanghia, and Zhanjiajie, who have been so wonderful and incredibly enthusiastic about our music and performances over the years.