Photo by Jeff Reeder Photography.

Bryce Milano is a multi-mandolinstrumentalist and songwriter from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He picked up the mandolin at the age of 9 after progressive bluegrass bands like Alison Krauss & Union Station, Newgrass Revival and Nickel Creek piqued his interest in the instrument. His appetite for learning led him to explore bluegrass, jazz, classical, and traditional folk music from around the world and he was soon recognized as a rising talent of the mandolin. After attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston he moved back to his hometown of Philadelphia and began his foray into the realm of singing and songwriting. While he focuses on honing and recording his songwriting material Bryce maintains a busy schedule as a instrumental performer and a private instructor.


*Bryce plays and wholeheartedly endorses Fletcher Brock & Michael Heiden Stringed Instruments.