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Talented artists in Nashville, Tennessee are a dime a dozen… Hard work, dedication, and persistence, however, are all characteristics that set country artist Braden Stover apart from every other hopeful. From the young age of four, Braden has worked to hone the skills required to achieve his goals in music and performance. From ages seven to twelve, he competed in every talent competition he could enter, most of which took place in his home state of West Virginia. Though offering opportunities in experience and practice, these talent competitions yielded few results until, at age twelve, Braden entered the Mountain State Forest Festival and won first place. With this win, he decided to take a break from competing and instead work to take his music to the next level.
Braden began playing fairs and festivals in West Virginia and the surrounding areas. He also started writing his own songs, using his skills in guitar and the help of the occasional co-writer to create his signature sound – “Clean, all-American pop-country…” His gift of writing didn’t go unnoticed – it garnered him an invitation to attend the first American Idol camp in Massachusetts, where he attended writing and performance workshops. Drawing from music influences Brad Paisley, George Straight, Keith Urban and Cletus T. Judd, Braden’s music tells stories of home, love and bullying – something he’s chosen to make his platform in life.
Though music takes up much of his time, Braden continues to work hard in school, with plans to attend Belmont University as a Political Science major after graduation...for the full bio please visit the official web site.