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Bryson White is a singer/songwriter living in Atlanta, GA. He released his first EP “Four Walls” in May of 2020. It was an album that focused on his feelings of anxiety and worry during his early 20’s.

That was followed by the single “Make You Fall” an alternative love song that he wrote and recorded in his apartment in October of 2020. Following this release, Bryson had his biggest achievement thus far and received a grant from the country music superstar Brantley Gilbert. It was around this time he was playing a show at his favorite Nashville venue, When Pigue’s Fly, that fellow artist Zac Flood referred Bryson to a very talented producer and artist, Jonny Lucas.

After taking a break from releasing music and putting more focus on playing live, finding his sound, and writing music; Bryson got together with Jonny to record his newest single “Maybe I’m Wrong” Drawing inspiration from artists like The Black Keys and Allen Stone, it’s upbeat and groovy song with an edge.

A few weeks after its release, Bryson was back in the studio to record "Yellow Dress", a more dreamy and romantic song he wrote on piano (his first release written on piano). Though toned down from his previous release, "Yellow Dress" still has an alternative edge and features Bryson's melodic guitar playing. 

Now Bryson has finished recording yet another single and considers it to be his best yet. "Get The Hell Out Of This Place" is the perfect song for the last couple of months of summer. He took a different approach with this song and is excited for everyone to hear the new sound.

It is available on all streaming services!