Happy Monday, readers!
Meet our new Music Monday artist this week, Chase Bryant.
Chase Bryant is a musical maverick who taught himself to play guitar upside down and backwards at the age of 3. The Orange Grove, TX native is no stranger to music — his grandfather played keys for Roy Orbison and Waylon Jennings and his uncles co-founded the chart-topping band Riochet.
The 22-year-old Red Bow recording artist released his first record, Chase Bryant EP, in September 2014. The EP featured his debut single “Take It On Back,” which was a top 10 smash and one of the fastest rising singles of 2014 by a male country artist. Chase co-wrote, co-produced and played lead guitar for each song on the EP.
Currently, Chase is direct support on Tim McGraw‘s Shotgun Rider Tour this summer. When he is not playing with Tim McGraw, the country artist is headlining his own shows around the country and working on his first full-length album, which is expected to drop later this year. His newest single “Little Bit of You,” is quickly earning critical acclaim, leading Rolling Stone to laud Bryant as one of it’s “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know Now.”
CelebSecrets4U caught up with Chase Bryant right before his performance at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum during the 2015 CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee. In our interview, Chase talks about performing at the iconic venue, his newest single “Little Bit of You,” and life on the road with Tim McGraw. He even told us some juicy secrets about himself and why YOU should check out his music! Make sure to watch the interview below.
For more information on Chase Bryant, visit his official website at www.chasebryant.com