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Evansville, Indiana
October 17, 1951

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Bruce Goldwell was born in Evansville, Indiana in 1951. At the early age of 2 he began his career as a rollerskater. By the age of 6 he won the Southern Regional Skating Championship in Nashville.

His parents moved to Florida when he was 3 years old. Bruce lived in West Palm Beach, Florida until age 18 at which time he joined the Army and was sent to Vietnam in 1970 for a one year tour. He received the Bronze Star for his service in Vietnam.

Over his lifetime Bruce has had the opportunity to work in many various fields. He taught high school for three years at Martin County High School in Stuart, Florida. He also worked two years as a computer program while he lived in Utah in 1992-1994. He also has worked privately designing homes one of which was built in the Parade of Homes in Alpine, Utah in 1996.

In 1999, Bruce performed in Venice, California and in Santa Monica on the streets as a way of sharing his music. He returned in the summer of 2000 to California to perform again. His music was appreciated by tourist from both the United States as well as those visiting from overseas.

Currently Bruce is working on putting together music for his first album as well as a single called "America I Love You" which is a Tribute to America.

Bruce is looking forward to entering the music industry in a big way as he already knows in his heart that he will one day soon win a Country Music Association Award. Having won a skating competition at the age of 6, Bruce is no stranger to being on top.