Just one month after releasing his hit debut single “Raymond” in 2010, country music singer-songwriter Brett Eldredge made his very first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry in front of a rapt audience. Instantly heralded as one of country's brightest rising stars, the performance earned him a spot on Taylor Swift's 2013/14 Red Tour, where his upbeat performances gained him even more fans. Eldredge's charming personality and blend of energetic tunes and poignant ballads make for a terrific live concert experience, with legions of young fans eagerly awaiting his 2014 concerts.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“Brett Eldredge puts on a GREAT show! He can definitely get the crowd going and he mixes things up with all kinds of songs. I would totally recommend going to a Brett Eldredge concert to anyone and everyone! He even took time to take pictures after the show!”
“Brett put on one heck of a show, this is the first time I have seen him but will definitely not be the last!”
“He has so much energy & really gets the crowd going. He sounds the same live as his CD. Would go to another show in a heartbeat!”
Though he grew up listening to Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin, Brett Eldredge notes that it was his exposure to Brooks & Dunn during his teen years that introduced him to the down-home magic of country music. Inspired, he began penning songs of his own, resulting in a publishing contract and record deal. His 2010 debut single “Raymond” hit No. 23 on the US Country chart, but it was 2012's “Don’t Ya" that proved his breakthrough hit, soaring to No. 1 on the US Country Airplay chart. His 2013 debut full-length Bring You Back landed at No. 1 on the Country Albums chart and No. 11 on the Billboard 200, signaling big things ahead for this rising star.