Get To Know the Singer/Songwriter Credited for Co-Writing Each Track On The Upcoming EP

Nashville, TN – March 24, 2017 – Critics ranging from Rolling Stone to People, Entertainment Weekly to Huffington Post, The Bobby Bones Show to Perez Hilton
have urgently selected singer/songwriter Bailey Bryan as an “Artist You
Need to You Need to Hear Now” and the “Next Big Thing.” On the heels of
the release of her infectious first single “Own It,” Bryan reveals
plans to share more new music with her SO FAR EP (300 Entertainment/Warner Music Nashville), available digitally April 14.

by GRAMMY award-winner Dennis Matkosky, Bryan co-wrote each of the five
songs in the collection that is not only her story so far, but also a
blueprint for who she wants to be as an artist. These are her stories,
presented in a way that allows one to make them his or hers. Followers
on Instagram are treated to pictures taken from the road and studio, as
well as unfiltered, no makeup shots. And her scar, it’s a striking,
waistline to shoulder tops zipper that came after back surgery. It’s a
symbol of Bryan’s greatest hardship but also one of the most beautiful
things about her, which led to a greater understanding of how the world
works, acceptance and honesty. 
idea, which obviously I believe so strongly in, that the hardships in
life, the things that are the hardest to come through are what kind of
form the most beautiful things about us,” Bryan says. “If you listen to
’Scars,’ it was inspired by coming to terms with this giant scar that I
have on my back and the fact that I love it now, it’s a part of me and
it came from a really hard thing.” 

Bailey Bryan. Thought-provoking tracks that allow anyone to replace her
scar with theirs and then closes with words of wisdom and inspiration.
Bryan’s formal country introduction came via a groundbreaking music
video for her self-doubt anthem “Own It.” The irresistible clip, shot
vertically, portrays her as wild but a little nerdy, awkward in
conversation but “Shakespeare when I’m texting.”  “Used To” is a
more soulful selection of the Sequim, WA native’s dynamic debut
project. Even a tear-jerking breakup song like “Hard Drive Home” finds
room for optimism or at the very least forward motion. The boy she’s
singing about is the one she left behind in Washington, but the emotions
return every time her parents leave after a visit. 

do think the reason I’m able to feel and be positive on a daily basis
is just because — especially in my writing — I prioritize honesty,” the
singer/songwriter says, pointing first to “Own It” and then the other

SO FAR Track List:

1. Own It
(Bailey Bryan, Dennis Matkosky, Casey Brown)

2. Hard Drive Home
(Bailey Bryan, Dennis Matkosky, Matt McVaney) 

3. Scars
(Bailey Bryan, Tom Douglas, Dennis Matkosk)

4. Life Goes On
(Bailey Bryn, Casey Brown, Becki Devries, Dennis Matkosky

5. Used To
(Bailey Bryan, Michael Hardy, Dennis Matkosky)

To see an in-depth look at the new music behind Bryan’s SO FAR EP click here: http://bit.ly/2mZ4arD

Bryan was recently chosen as one of only three all-genre artists for GRAMMY’s Artist of Tomorrow initiative while “Own It” has been simultaneously handpicked by Spotify
for their “Wild Country” playlist and was one of only two Country
tracks on their “New Music Friday” playlist upon release. Its innovative
new music video perfectly supplements her danceable first single that
is for anyone with self-doubt, awkward moments and imperfections. Slacker, Sounds Like Nashville and Taste of Country
have also all showered Bryan with early accolades. The 19-year-old’s
venture into the music world began in her small hometown of Sequim, WA
where she grew up singing on the street in front of her favorite taco
stand. Bryan is currently on the road as support for Kane Brown after
wrapping a recent run with Dan + Shay. For more information on upcoming
tour dates and new music, visit www.baileybryan.com.

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