Bruce Sudano has been honing his craft as a singer/songwriter for a few decades now.

Bruce Sudano has been honing his craft as a singer/songwriter for a few decades now. Among other things, he co-wrote Tommy James & the Shondells' "Ball of Fire," was a member of Alive and Kicking ("Tighter, Tighter") and formed Brooklyn Dreams. In addition to releasing a handful of albums on Casablanca Records, Brooklyn Dreams were featured on "Heaven Knows" by Sudano's wife of 23 years, Donna Summer. Sudano and Summer also co-penned "Starting Over Again," a country hit for Dolly Parton. On "Rainy Day Soul," the artist's second solo album, Sudano delivers a collection of sincere pop songs that is akin to hearing from an old friend. "Show Me Who You Are," "Whether or Not," "All That Matters," "Eagle in the Sky" and "No Exit" spotlight an artist who is not afraid to open up his heart. For info, visit brucesudano.com.—MP