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Donna Britton Bukevicz


 Donna Britton Bukevicz  is an oscar contending vocalist (song competed against Adele’s Skyfall”), multifaceted composer, singer/songwriter, studio vocalist, who studied at Berklee School of Music (performance and songwriting) whose talent spans the realm from being a music supervisor, placing 27 songs in the film Halloween Party to recently co-writing songs for the short film “Passage”, written by Linda Palmer, Producer/Owner of Runaway Productions in Los Angeles and “Thank you” written for the documentary “From Grief to Gratitude” produced by Jason O’Brien of Fast Lane Productions.  In Nashville, she has performed at various venues including The Bluebird Cafe, The Commodore and Hotel Indigo.  

Donna’s music has been heard on HBO, Rock Band video games, Showtime, VH1, MTV and on the Green Heroes web series and has shared the stage with the likes of Al Jarreau, Don Henley, Billy Idol, Martha Reeves, The Four Seasons, The Bangles, Chris Young & The Henningsens.  She has worked with Kid Pan Alley Children’s project, along with notables like Delbert McClinton, Cracker, Kix Brooks, & Amy Grant. Donna serves on the ”Songs of Love” advisory board  and has written over 250 songs for ailing children.  When not writing or performing, Donna is a creative development children’s composer and partner with Music as Message, LLC. composing music (and script to screen content) for TV broadcast.  


*On-air Personality for 89.9 WPER Christian Radio (3 years)

* Script to Screen Producer, Voiceover  with Virtual AV, Inc.  (10 years)

* On-air TV Personality for Various Entertainment and Commercials - Rockville, MD (3 years)



Songs featured in the film PASSAGE

Dream Big Dreams written with Nashville songwriter CJ Watson & DC composer, Samir Moussa

Featured in the Play "Bouncin'

Written with Award Winning Songwriter, Paul Reisler

Live, Laugh & Love Released by Curtis Braly

Co-written with Anthony Little & Kat Korac, Represented by Jonathan Stone of Radar Music in LA

Everyday is Christmas

Written with Nashville Singer-Songwriter Dani Carroll

Waiting on the Weekend co-written with CJ Watson

Release on Rock Band Network Videogame

Bringing Love to the Party Co-Written & Produced by Bryan Steele