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When Oklahoma native Bryan White moved to town in1997, Brentwood was a no-brainer. The bustling ’burb’s proximity to Music City made it a perfect fit for the 23-year-old singer-songwriter, whose fourth number one single “Sittin’ on Go” cruised for 16 weeks at the top of the hot country chart that same year.
A breeding ground for many dreams and demos, Brentwood seemed indeed to be “the right place” for White, circa the release of his third studio album by that name. “There’s so much respect for country music here,” White said. “I love everything about Brentwood.”
There have been a few bumps in the road since White’s wild ride through the pop-country hay day of the ’90s. “It’s a crazy industry, and it can really do a number on you,” he said. “I got overwhelmed with feeling like I always had to outdo my last project.” After his label Asylum Records folded in 1999, White took a much-needed break from the biz. “It wasn’t important enough that I needed to ruin my life trying to be great,” White said. “I needed to step away.”
Despite being so near to Nashville, which had accelerated his early career, White also found in his adopted hometown an oasis from the industry-a place to lay low and refresh. “I love how you can go just off the beaten path on Franklin Road, and you have all this amazing countryside,” he said. “Deer, fields, turkeys-all kinds of wildlife everywhere, and just five minutes ago you were on a main street.”
Bryan in the studio with drum legend Clinn Rippy.
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August 22, 2010 by adaumbelle
Bryan will be the "opening act" for the 47th World Livestock Auctioneer Championship in his hometown of Oklahoma City on Saturday, June 19th when he sings the National Anthem at the Oklahoma National Stockyards. This is quite an honor for Bryan, his "Paw Paw" - Wilford White was a fixture at the Oklahoma National Stockyards for over 29 years and was widely known as “Your Good Neighbor Wilford White," the voice of the Oklahoma National Stockyards daily market report broadcast on KFOR News Channel 4 and WKY radio throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s. It's an honor for Bryan to go home and sing on the "same stage" that "Paw Paw" did for so many years!
This will be an Oklahoma Weekend for Bryan who will also be performing a full concert at the Stockards on Friday, June 18th at 7 pm and a cd signing at the Stockyards Mercantile on Saturday 6/19 at 10 am.
Bryan and his family are headed home to Oklahoma City for a big "Okie Weekend!" This Friday, June 18th - Bryan and his band will be performing a concert at the Oklahoma Stockyards Centennial Celebration! The ONS (Oklahoma National Stockyards) is the very place that Bryan's legendary "Paw Paw" auctioneered and did the livestock report for 30 + years!
On Saturday 6/19 at 8 am, Bryan will open the celebration with the National Anthem before he goes to the Stockyards Mercantile for a special CD signing for the recently released "Dustbowl Dreams."
Bryan is looking forward to "going home," doing the show. anthem and the cd signing! Come on out and hang out with Bryan -- he would love to see you!
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ARE YOU KIDDING ME WITH VICTORIA SHAW'S RECENT UNDER THE COVERS CONCERT?
The multi-trillion selling singer/songwriter/producer once again brought a bevy of Nashville talent to our stage (left, by Stephen Sorokoff) , telling the stories behind the famous songs they’ve written, and singing spectacularly gorgeous acoustic renditions! Between Gary Burr, who wrote my all-time favorite Wynonna song, “To Be Loved By You,” Julie Gold, who performed a touching “From A Distance,” Mark Hudson, who did his best Steve Tyler on “Livin’ On The Edge,” and the extraordinary Bryan White who played and sang with great humor through an allergy attack - the show was a crazy hit. Of course, Ms. Shaw sang some new songs, along with her biggest hit, “The River.” We’re thrilled that she’s up for yet another ACM Award for her work on Lady Antebellum’s debut CD. The place was packed with music fans, including one Lance Bass, who knows a little something about selling records! (‘N Sync sold more than 56 million records worldwide!) The Under The Covers series has been one of our favorites for seven years, and you know Vic will make a return visit soon! Be there, or be all kinds of square!
On Monday, April 5, 2010, I had the distinct privilege of interviewing Award winning country music artist Bryan White after seeing him perform with Victoria Shaw and Gary Burr at New York City’s legendary jazz club Birdland as part of Jim Caruso’s Broadway at Birdland series. Right before I interviewed him, Bryan took the time to meet with fans, take pictures, and sign cds. Gracious, personable, and down to earth, Bryan White is proud of his success, but hasn’t forgotten where he came from. Since the age of 14, he has been entertaining audiences. He’s won a Grammy award, CMA Horizon Award, ACM Top Male Vocalist Award, had six #1 singles, two platinum records, two gold records and joined forces with Shania Twain for “From This Moment on” which they took to #4 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. Bryan just released his eighth studio album entitled “Dustbowl Dreams” and is currently touring the country. For tour dates and much more on Bryan, be sure to visit: http://www.bryanwhite.com.