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Bridgid Brousseau
Publisher. Writer, Host



"It is during the darkest hours of the night that bringing words together to create an image and form a story brings me the greatest comfort. ~Bridgid Brousseau~



Bridgid Brousseau is the publisher, writer and host of Woodshed Jazz Magazine. Her passion for writing began in junior high school. She holds an unforgettable memory of a teacher pulling her aside and implying that she had plagiarized a creative writing assignment rather than compliment her exemplary writing abilities. That incident has never been forgotten and has remained some of the added fuel that has continued to motivate and contribute to an indescribable joy that comes with the completion of every story, article, review and interview she has ever written. It’s amazing how the failed effort of a junior high school English teacher to degrade me as a teenager only fueled my desire to write. "  


Bridgid holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Regis University where she found that writing term papers was the easiest task. “I would pull all-nighters researching, formatting, and typing  a term paper with music blasting in my ears the entire time.” She writes not only for the entertainment, enlightenment and enjoyment of others but also as an outlet for her emotions.


Over the past five years Bridgid has interviewed many of the greatest jazz musicians including  George Benson, Bob James, David Sanborn, Sheila E, Everette Harp, Nick Collionne, Gregory Porter, D'Erania  Paula Atherton, and prodigy and drum phenom Joshua Grant among others."Writing about anything, jazz music particularly, calms my spirit and soothes my soul. My vision is to one day soon, see copies of Woodshed Jazz Magazine on the store shelves and to see individuals reading the hard copy or perhaps walking to their destination with a copy tucked under their arm."  

I believe the greatest gift I can conceive of having from anyone is to be seen, heard, understood, and touched by them. The greatest gift I can give is to see, hear, understand, and touch another person.

~Virginia Satir, psychotherapist and author (26 Jun 1916-1988)~ 



Bridgid  Brousseau resides in Los Angeles, California and also hosts live events throughout the Southern California area. For booking information please leave your contact information here or contact her directly at:


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