Brinley Addington Releases His Highly Anticipated EP, Songs From A Bar TODAY!
If you are a 90’s country fan like we are, then Brinley Addington is your guy. He just released his new EP, Songs From A Bar, today and it's giving us all the Alan Jackson feels. Each of the five songs sound like something you'd jam out to in one of Nashville's famous honky tonks or if you were throwing back a couple of brews with friends on the weekend.
Like traditional country greats, Brinley shows listeners what country music is all about - telling stories in the most descriptive manner while pushing the envelope by creating tunes that stand out against the pop-saturated genre. Prior to the release of his debut single, "No Thanks," Brinley was most known for his co-write on Tyler Farr’s single, “I Should Go To Church Sometime.” He has also opened up for numerous country artists including Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Jon Pardi and Chris Young.
This will certainly not be the last time that you will hear from Brinley Addington, so be sure to check out Songs From A Bar and follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to keep up to date with the latest announcements.