Profiled In The Tennessean’s Portfolio Cover On Sunday (1/23)
Bad Realm Records / Atlantic Records PLATINUM breakout artist BRELAND has hit the ground running this year with no signs of slowing down. According to The Tennessean, “As 2022 opens, BRELAND’s star is still on the rise,” and is gaining recognition with profiles in The Tennessean, Nashville Lifestyles, plus coveted spots on Spotify’s Hot County 2022 Artists To Watch, American Songwriter’s 12 Artists to Watch in 2022, CMT Listen Up class of 2022, and more.
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Featured as The Tennessean’s portfolio cover on Sunday (1/23), BRELAND also premiered his brand-new mini documentary on Tennessean.com. The clip depicts BRELAND’s two-week whirlwind in November earning a “hat-trick” of Nashville breakout moments— making his Grand Ole Opry debut, performing on the CMA Awards, and singing on Ryman Auditorium stage for the first time.
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“[At the Opry], I sang “My Truck” in the same three-foot by three-foot circle where Connie Smith performed,” BRELAND tells The Tennessean. “That’s an interesting juxtaposition, but it’s important to realize that there was space for both of us in the circle, metaphorically and in real life. I imagine when I perform ‘My Truck’ before some newcomer in 50 years, they’ll call that song ‘old school.’ It’s true what they say. Music, like all things, evolves.”