Brinley Addington – Middle Of Nowhere

Hailing from Kingsport, Tennessee, Brinley Addington’s strong passion for country music has paved a clear path for him in Nashville. In addition to developing his career under the guidance of Chris Young, he’s shared the stage with the likes of Florida-Georgia Line, Justin Moore, The Band Perry, Eli Young Band, Josh Turner, and many more. Performances include appearances at well-known stages across the country including The Bluebird Café and Chicago’s Joe’s Bar. Addington is now gearing up for the highly anticipated release of his sophomore project, Middle of Nowhere. With veteran producer Phil O’Donnell and up-and-coming producer, Aaron Eshuis, this project has been a labor of love for the Tennessee native.

“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities I’ve been blessed with. So many cool things are happening, it’s just unreal,” says Addington. “I get to live in Nashville, TN, write with some of my songwriting heroes, and get to travel to so many cool places to play shows with artists I’ve looked up to for a long time. It’s awesome. I just want to keep writing and recording good, relatable, country music that honors tradition and still speaks to my generation. So far, I’m having a blast and can’t wait for everyone to hear this new music.”

Addington’s passion for Country music began well before the dynamic performer can even remember. At age three, Brinley began emulating his favorite legends from the Grand Ole Opry stage on top of his parent’s coffee table. Brinley was influenced early on by the hymns he heard on Sunday morning and the traditional country voices of Randy Travis, Vince Gill, and Alan Jackson. As time went by, Brinley gained inspiration from modern Country artists like Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw. Those early hymns and newly found love of modern day country inspired Brinley to begin performing at his Church in his early teens. It was at that time he realized God’s plan for his life: making music… and he never turned back…

Brinley introduced himself first to country music with the release of his debut full-length album Homegrown in 2011. This project garnered outstanding reviews from peers and music industry professionals alike. The album peaked at #53 on the iTunes country album charts independently. Homegrown produced two music videos (“Hang on a Farm,” “As Long As You Love Me”) that have already gained over 100,000 views. Booked by William Morris Endeavor, Addington has served as headliner and supporting act at numerous fairs, festivals, and college events across the country and has participated in unique country events such as the Blake Shelton & Friends Cruise.
Addington’s sophomore album Middle of Nowhere is slated for an August 5th release. The title track and lead single will be shipped to Country radio on July 21st.

Twitter: @Brinley_


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