Ted Bruner

Ted Bruner

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Ted Bruner

Ted Bruner is an American musician, songwriter, and producer, originally from St. Louis, Missouri. Bruner began his professional music career when his band Colony was signed to MCA Records in 1998.[1][2] In 2002, he relocated to Los Angeles and began writing and producing for Rondor Music/Universal.[1][2] He left Universal in 2009 and signed with Warner Chappell,[1] and then signed with Kobalt Music in 2012. He's written with and/or produced songs for Katy Perry,[3] Miley Cyrus,[3] Kesha, Selena Gomez,[1] Plain White T's,[2] Hinder, My Darkest Days, Cavo, Pete Wentz, Black Cards, Chad Kroeger, Ludacris, Joey Moi, Amy Meredith, Delta Goodrem, Bowling For Soup,[2] Mitchel Musso, Jason Castro, Marie Digby, Jenna Andrews, Jessie James, Lit (band), Semi Precious Weapons, Cisco Adler, Bijou Phillips, Natalie Walker, Tiffany Page, Bonnie Mckee, Traci Lords, Dash & Will, and Action Design, among others, as well as songs in film and television.

Selected discography

  • "Lost" (Katy Perry) Bruner, Perry
  • "I Think I'm Ready" (Katy Perry) Bruner, Perry
  • "Casual Sex" (My Darkest Days) Bruner, Walst, Moi (First Single)
  • "F*cked Up Situation" (My Darkest Days) Bruner, Walst, Moi, Kroeger
  • "Pornstar Dancin" (My Darkest Days featuring Ludacris & Zakk Wylde) Bruner, Walst, Moi, Kroeger (#1 US Rock Single)
  • "Set It On Fire" (My Darkest Days) Bruner, Walst, Moi
  • "Sick and Twisted Affair" (My Darkest Days) Bruner, Walst, Moi (Second Single)
  • "Thick As Thieves" (Cavo) Bruner, Walker, Hobbs (First Single)
  • "California" (Cavo) Bruner, Walker, Hobbs
  • "Ohio" (Bowling For Soup) Bruner, Maloy, Reddick (Third Single)
  • "Breakout" (Miley Cyrus) Bruner, Schock, Vittetoe (Title Track)[3]
  • "Crush" (Selena Gomez & the Scene) Bruner, Schock, Vittetoe
  • "Falling Down" (Selena Gomez & the Scene) Bruner, Schock, Vittetoe (First Single)
  • "Kiss & Tell" (Selena Gomez & the Scene) Bruner, Schock, Vittetoe (Title Track)
  • "Stop and Erase" (Selena Gomez & the Scene) Bruner, Schock, Vittetoe
  • "Good Life" (Hinder) Bruner, Winkler, Hanson
  • "Cool Kids" (Natalie Walker) Bruner, Walker
  • "Korewa" (Marie Digby) Bruner, Digby
  • "Spell" (Marie Digby) Bruner, Digby
  • "Last Time Again" (Building Rome) Bruner, Heisserer
  • "Bullet" (Jessie James) Bruner, Perry, Vittetoe, James
  • "Girl Next Door" (Jessie James) Bruner, Perry, Vittetoe
  • "What Am I Here For" (Jessie James) Bruner, James
  • "Thunder" (Bonnie Mckee) Bruner, Mckee


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Zaleski, Annie (2009) "Interview: Ted Bruner, Ex-Colony, Now Pop Songwriter, Part 1", Riverfront Times, June 1, 2009. Retrieved October 6, 2013
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Grierson, Don & Kimpel, Dan (2009) It All Begins With The Music, Delmar, ISBN 978-1598638639, pp. 90-92
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Ted Bruner Breaking Out", ASCAP, September 1, 2008. Retrieved October 6, 2013

External links

  • Ted Bruner Website
  • Ted Bruner credits, Allmusic
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