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Since moving to Nashville in 2005, Bryan Edwards has become one of Music City’s most accomplished independent singer, songwriter, and producer. Bryan was nominated twice for the 2013 Grammy Awards. His album “Nothing Left to Burn” made the ballot for Country Album of the Year and his song “Still” was balloted for Country Song of the Year. The Florida native also earned his first major songwriting credit on Jason Aldean’s 2011 CMA Album of the Year, “My Kinda Party” as a co-writer on the song “If She Could See Me Now.”
While having written hundreds songs with some of the best songwriters on Music Row, Bryan’s credits as an artist are quite impressive. He has performed for thousands in opening spots for some of the biggest names in country music, including Keith Urban, Charlie Daniels, Alan Jackson, Jason Aldean, Wynonna, Neil McCoy, Love & Theft, Lonestar, and Trace Adkins. Bryan continues to perform over one hundred shows a year around the country.
A member of The Recording Academy, in 2013 Bryan also became a founding member of 4 Music, a music production company. Teamed with music industry veterans with over 40 years of combined experience, 4 Music has already started producing some of Nashville’s best up and coming talent. One of the first projects 4 Music produced was Bryan’s first full length studio album, “Taillights & Dust” which was released in December of 2013.
Combining a strong work ethic, a proven songwriting background, keen business sense, and a top-notch performance history, it is easy to see why Bryan Edwards is on the path to major success in country music.
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