Brett Eldredge, the artiste who has come to thrive!
His refined homeliness bestows on him the cool aura that appeals to his audience, creating masterpieces from everyday experience and normalcy. His style entrances the soul and his voice makes him an instantly recognizable artiste in Country music.
Meet Brett Eldredge, the man whose music production style captures the essence of inspiration and the glory of spontaneity. Born on 23rd March 1986 in Paris, Illinois to Robin Beth (Vonderlage) and Christopher “Chris” Eldredge, he is a singer and song writer with his own unique blend and charisma.
Currently married to his music, the most important thing to this young and sparkling star is to have people come into his shows and care about his music. And for this reason, he has devoted himself to constantly developing and improving his style to create a sustainable brand. That is why according to him, his singing and songwriting identities are constantly evolving.
Eldredge is not without inspiration. His wonderful memories growing up in the Midwest especially on the lake have stayed with him and aided him to write his songs. The support and encouragement also lavished on him by his friends and family has helped him to grow and get comfortable on stage. In fact, his parents were the first producers he ever had as they drove him to different talent shows, bought equipment and ran the sound while he held the microphone to sing to people.
Eldredge’s musical career is full of interesting heaps. He has had three No 1 singles on the US Country Airplay from his debut album “Bring You Back” which are “Don’t Ya”, “Beat of the Music” and “Mean to Me”. He co-wrote the track “I think I’ve had enough” for Gary Allan, who recorded it for his album; Get off on the Pain”.
Eldredge’s sixth single overall “Lose My Mind” was released in 2015. The lead single to his second album ; Illinois reached number one on the Country Airplay Chart in October 2015. Eldredge was one of the opening acts on Taylor Swift’s “Red Tour” and on Memorial day 2015, he sang “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the 7th Inning Stretch.
Eldredge has been nominated for several awards due to his outstanding performance. In 2011 and 2013, he was nominated at the American Country Awards for Music Video by a New Artist – “Raymond” and Single by a New Artist – “Don’t Ya” respectively. In 2014, he won ASCAP, BMI and CMA Awards. He also won the CMT Music Awards for the Best Performance of the Year – “Beat of the Music”. In 2015, he won another set of ASCAP and BMI awards.
Eldredge has toured with Thomas Rett , Danielle Bradbery, The Cadillac Three, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and others. Amidst these glossy achievements, the most memorable event of his career was when he was on stage at the Opry. Playing on the same stage the people he idolized like Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams and Elvis Presley had played was simply a dream come true. Been where they have been kindles a hope that he will also create something that will transcend time and having such a wide support base, he knows his voice will touch and torch the world.