Producer and Songwriter, Bryan Fowler, was just 17 years old when he moved from his hometown of Richmond, VA to San Antonio to join the band Abandon. Over the following years, Bryan co-wrote the band’s Christian radio hits “Hero,” “New Year’s Day,” “Safe In Your Arms,” and “Feel It In Your Heart.” After 4 years on and off the road, the band went separate ways and Bryan returned home. During that time, he began leading worship and writing songs for the church. In 2014, Bryan and his wife moved to Nashville to work alongside producer/writer Chris Stevens. Through this relationship with Stevens and Capitol CMG Publishing, Bryan began producing and writing for a wide variety of CCM’s biggest artists, including TobyMac, Mandisa, and Ryan Stevenson.
Bryan joined the Essential Music Publishing team in 2017. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the family! When he’s not writing, Bryan can be found trying new recipes or making homemade pizza with his wife Laci and playing with his son Dakota.
Bryan’s catalog includes the singles “Love Broke Thru,” “Move (Keep Walkin’),” “Backseat Driver,” “I Just Need U,” (TobyMac) “Eye Of The Storm,” “The Gospel,” (Ryan Stevensong) “Rescuer (Good News),” (Rend Collective) “Out Of The Dark,” “Bleed The Same,” (Mandisa) “Bulletproof,” (Citizen Way) “Fresh Outpouring,” (Jesus Culture/Kim Walker Smith) “Love With Your Life,” (Hollyn) “Masterpiece,” (We Are Messengers) “Nobody Like You,” (Red Rocks) “The Cause Of Christ,” (Kari Jobe) and “Turn My Eyes,” (Bonray)
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Before Your Name
recorded by: Tasha Layton
written by: Micah Kuiper*/Keith Everette Smith/Bryan Fowler*/Tasha Layton*
recorded by: Rhett Walker
written by: Rhett Walker*/Bryan Fowler*/Mitch Wong
Best Is Yet To Come
aka title: The Best Is Yet To Come
recorded by: Ryan Stevenson
written by: Bryan Fowler*/Ran Jackson*/Ryan Stevenson
recorded by: Stephen McWhirter
written by: Stephen McWhirter*/Bryan Fowler*