Nashville, TN – (January 7, 2011) – Atlantic Records’ Brett Eldredge was always meant to be seen and heard with his country boy charm and the “owner of a sturdy, heartland voice” (Billboard). Eldredge, whose longtime dream is to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry, will showcase just that as he makes his third Grand Ole Opry appearance this Saturday, January 8 at 8:15 PM at the Opry at the Ryman. Fans and peers alike are falling for the country crooner, who was recently named as one of the artists to watch for in 2011 by Country Music is Love, Country Weekly and Roughstock.
Nashville, TN – (November 19th, 2010) – After recently being named CMT’s “Next Big Thing,” Atlantic Recording artist Brett Eldredge is living up to the prestigious title making career highlights with his Opry debut, performing at Maria Shriver’s “March on Alzheimer’s” in Los Angeles, CA and the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s “For the Love of George” charity event in Nashville, TN and having his emotionally powerful single “Raymond” continues to climb the Country charts, just seven weeks since his debut to country radio.
Nashville, TN – (October 28, 2010) – Atlantic Records’ rising star Brett Eldredge, who was recently named by CMT as their “Next Big Thing,” will make his Grand Ole Opry debut this Friday, October 29. Eldredge will be introduced to the Opry stage by renowned country music singer and songwriter, Bill Anderson.
Nashville, TN – (October 25, 2010) – Yesterday (Oct. 24), Atlantic Recording artist Brett Eldredge performed his emotionally powerful single, “Raymond” at Maria Shriver’s star-studded “March on Alzheimer’s” event. The country newcomer played to a packed-out crowd at the event which was located in Southern California and included attendees such as Jane Fonda, Peter Gallagher (“The OC”) and Jane Lynch (“Glee”).
Warner Music Nashville was created in 2009 to expand the presence of WMG and its family of labels in Nashville. The division is home to Atlantic Records, Warner Bros. Records, Elektra Nashville and Word Entertainment.