“ONE OF NASHVILLE’S MOST PROMISING YOUNG SINGER-SONGWRITERS” BAILEY BRYAN RETURNS TO HOME STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR ROLLING STONE COUNTRY PICKUPS SERIES WITH NOSTALGIC PERFORMANCE OF “USED TO”
NASHVILLE, TN – October 31, 2017 – Bailey Bryan is “one of Nashville’s most promising young singer-songwriters” (Rolling Stone) hailing from the Pacific Northwest’s small town of Sequim, WA. Bryan recently returned to Leavenworth, WA, where her family often vacations, with Rolling Stone for a RS Country Pickups session to perform “Used To” off her debut EP, SO FAR. Bryan returned to the scenic town for the video, recounting the influences that shape her as an artist – from small-town life that inspired her relatable lyrics to Seattle’s grunge and underground hip hop scenes.
To check out some of Bryan’s most inspiring spots and watch her stripped-down performance of “Used To,” click here: http://www.rollingstone.com/country/news/see-bailey-bryans-stunning-tour-of-cascade-mountain-town-w510423
Since Billboard’s “Chartbreaker” Bailey Bryan first arrived on the scene with her debut single “Own It,” critics have prepared the world to “fall in love” (PEOPLE) with the singer/songwriter. Touted by Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly as an “artist you need to know,” Bryan’s debut EP SO FAR (300 Entertainment/Warner Music Nashville) has been hailed as “excellent, infectious” (New York Times). Bryan is continuing to introduce her new music to live audiences across the country and is currently on tour with Chris Lane with stops next week in Columbia, MO and Minneapolis, MN. The tour with Lane follows recent runs with Kane Brown, Dan + Shay and major summer festivals including Stagecoach, CMA Fest, LakeShake, Faster Horses, Watershed and more. For additional information and a full list of tour dates, visitwww.baileybryan.com.