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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country rocker Jacob Bryant debuted at the Grand Ole Opry tonight, just one month after the release of his Bar Stool Preacher album. Bryant was announced by Grand Ole Opry member and No. 1 Billboard charting artist, Mark Wills. His powerful performance of “Heartbeat” and “Sometimes I Pray” received a standing ovation from the audience. Read more here.


Jacob Bryant, debuted at the Grand Ole Opry on Friday, February 18, just one month after the release of his Bar Stool Preacher album. Bryant was announced by Grand Ole Opry member and No. 1 Billboard charting artist, Mark Wills.

Naturally, he was a little overwhelmed and went straight to singing his swoon-worthy, powerful romantic ballad “Heartbeat.”

In between his two-song debut, Bryant admitted, “God knows how to make a grown man cry, don’t he? I had a long conversation with (Opry members) Mark Wills and Ricky Skaggs, which is absolutely insane. It was about understanding why God put me right here, right now. And this song right here is for God. It’s called ‘Sometimes I Pray.’” Read more here.

CMT PREMIERE: Jacob Bryant Nods at Addiction Struggle in New Video ‘Devil & an Old Six String’ Here!

Two lovers dream the day away in the music video for Jacob Bryant's new song "Heartbeat," premiering exclusively on Taste of Country and The Boot. Read the article here!


Jacob Bryant Toasts Hard-Working Country Folks With 'The Bottom (Raise 'Em Up)' Music Video. Read the article here!


"Jacob Bryant Says Creating Music Is His 'Therapy' as He Releases 'Devil & an Old Six String'" - Read People Magazine's Article here!


Jacob Bryant Teams Up With Thirty Tigers And American Roots Records

Jacob Bryant comments on the Thirty Tigers news: “David Macias is a titan in this industry and I’m stoked to have him and his team behind this project. This album means the world to me and I can’t wait to get it out to the masses!” 
Macias also has some enthusiastic things to say about Bryant:

“The first time I heard Jacob’s music, I couldn’t believe how great it was. I was immediately taken with his strong vocals and incredible songwriting. It’s not often that I hear something where the song is stuck in my head after one listen, and that happened with several of his songs. I think Jacob has it in him to be a major star, and I’m proud that he and his team picked us to help him realize his promise.”

Read more of the article here!


“I call it ‘Country done my way,’” Jacob Bryant tells American Songwriter, describing his sound. Read The Full Article Here!


TBK Magazine "When it comes to male voices in country music, it doesn’t get much better than Jacob Bryant." Review of new single "Tell Me"

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Jacob Bryant Tugs On the Heartstrings in Powerful ‘Bring You Back’ Video: Exclusive – Billboard

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Jacob Bryant’s New Video Tells An Emotional Story – Bayou Country Music - 

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Bar Stool Preacher Album Review: "If you like the Outlaw end of country, if you love the way the Allman Brothers Band could just kick back and rock for a 25 minute jam without leaving third gear, if you get your rocks off on The Outlaws kicking out Green Grass And High Tides – if you tick any or all of these boxes, this album is waiting on the jukebox for you in your favorite bar with a cold one and a whiskey chaser…" Read the full review here.


When all said and done, though, this is a feelgood record, “Wash It Down” (my money was on whiskey, it turns out it was Beer and a country song) makes that clear, but its also one that sees Bryant talk about his beliefs. There are two “gospel” songs, if you will, and while they will never be my “thing”, you have to acknowledge the passion with which “Baptized By The River” (as he bargains with the lord to be safe in a storm) and the even better “Amen” are delivered. That last one – also the last on the record – sees Bryant caught up in the music machine and end in a police cell.

I am going to assume there’s a truth to this, and if there is, then let me just say, that we should thank whatever brought him back to music to make this. “Bar Stool Preacher” is – whatever your beliefs – a sensational record. Read more here. - Maximum Volume

"Bryant’s latest single is autobiographical and depicts a battle between good and evil. He described the notion of living an outlaw/wild lifestyle, but also having an angel on your shoulder." Read Country Evolutions article here!


"Whenever an artist has a real-life story that they live out through their music, there is automatically an instant raw honesty that gets injected into it." Read Today's Country Magazine review here!


"DEVIL & AN OLD SIX STRING". Read the press release here.


Edgy, rock-driven rising country artist Jacob Bryant releases the emotionally impactful music video to go along with his introspective single, “Devil & an Old Six String,” today. exclusively premiered the “moody and brooding” video for the song that “combines his bluegrass, classic country and southern rock influences (Cindy Watts).” Read the full article here.


North Georgia country rocker releases Deluxe Edition of debut ‘Practice What I Preach’ album on 5 February 2021 via Snakefarm Records in the UK; a previous No 1. on the US iTunes Country Chart

This Edition is exclusive to the UK, with bonus tracks & unreleased material


Jacob Bryant Interview: We chat ahead of the U.K release of Practice What I Preach

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