The grit in his voice instantly draws you in. It’s raw, unique, and brings you back to the purest form of country music. Bransen Ireland is an artist who goes against the grain. Not settling on the latest trends in country music, but instead pushing the boundaries. His authenticity and devotion to making “true country” sets him apart and has helped him to gain a loyal fanbase.
Bransen hails from Missouri. A fan of country music from an early age, cutting his teeth on high energy bands or anyone who made “honest music.” You can feel the Midwestern Influence in his style of songwriting. It’s soulful to the core.
A natural born singer, Bransen picked up a guitar in college and decided to try his hand at songwriting. Audiences throughout Kansas City were captivated when he took his talents to local venues. Eventually grabbing enough attention to open shows for John Rich, Rodney Atkins, The Band Perry, Lee Brice, Chris Young, Gary Allan and Justin Moore. In 2018 Bransen was on NBCs hit show “The Voice.” Where He teamed up with Blake Shelton after performing the Don Williams classic Tulsa Time. The September issue of Country Weekly Magazine quotes country star Lee Brice, who describes Bransen as, “a natural.”
You can bet that if you’re a songwriter, you won’t find anyone as dedicated or devoted to the craft as Bransen. It’s become evident as he now sets his sights on a new Single, slated to be released by Spring of 2020.
Keep your ears and eyes open for what’s to come out of this artist. It won’t be long before he makes a permanent mark in modern era country music for decades to come. Bransen’s debut single “Hell On Me” is available today on all streaming platforms.