Brett Eldredge and artist Jim Bachor pose on Broadway, across from the main entrance of Bridgestone Arena, with one of Nashville’s three new mosaic installations
Eldredge and Edgar admire the dog’s mosaic portrait in front of 3 Crow Bar in East Nashville
Inspired by one of the songs from Eldredge’s brand new album, the final mosaic can be found between Broadway and the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge on 3rd Avenue
As the world is introduced today to Brett Eldredge’s brand new self-titled album, so are Nashville’s streets to a set of three unique mosaics inspired by the hit singer / songwriter himself. With the idea of beautifying the city he now calls home, Eldredge called on artist Jim Bachor to use his vision in filling potholes scattered throughout the city. Pulling details from the life and music of the Illinois-native, Bachor created three pieces featuring Eldredge’s logo, his song “No Stopping You” and, of course, his beloved pup, Edgar.
“I’ve got my name, my dog and my lyrics all over Nashville, and it’s there to stay,” said Eldredge. “It’s crazy. I used to wander those streets as a kid dreaming about making music, and now it has really come true.
Brett Eldredge, available now, currently sits at No. 1 on the iTunes Country and All-Genre album charts. On Monday the Platinum-selling recording artist will perform for the Citi Concert Series on TODAY and spotlight as co-host during the 9:00 a.m. hour. Eldredge will hit The Tonight Show stage next Wednesday with his song “The Long Way.”