• Biography

Brett Young is known as an American country pop singer and songwriter. He is most famous for his self-titled debut album.

Fame

Background

Brett Charles Young was born on March 23, 1981 in Anaheim, Orange County, California. He went to school at the Calvary Chapel High School in Costa Mesa, where he was involved with the school choir. He additionally helped the worship leaders in school when they were not available on campus. In his senior year, Brett joined the school baseball team and was among the squad that went for the CIF Championship.

He got a baseball scholarship to study at the University of Mississippi in the late 90's after he declined two pre-drafting recruitment attempts made by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and Minnesota Twins. He was to be sure an extraordinary baseball player while in school however his fantasies of being a pro baseball player were crushed when he was hit with elbow injuries.

Career

Influenced by Gavin DeGraw, Young started writing melodies and utilizing his rich, deep voice to make music. By 2007, he was appearing consistently at California music venues, and he released his first record, a self-titled EP. In 2011, Young released a second album, Make Believe, and On Fire followed in 2013. After Young's first decade in the business, he'd appeared at a portion of California's most esteemed music settings, including the Troubadour, the Roxy, and the Viper Room, and had opened for stars like Colbie Caillat and Katy Perry.

Brett Young left California for Nashville, Tennessee and celebrated the move with an EP titled Country in California. Young’s new sounds pulled in the consideration of the ground-breaking Nashville-based name Big Machine Label Group, which signed him to a record deal. Young’s introduction for the label, a six-melody EP titled Brett Young, was released in February 2016. His single "Rest Without You" fared well on both the nation and pop charts, achieving number 81 on the Billboard Hot 100 which marked his rise in country music.

Personal Life

Relationships

The martial status of the American country singer demonstrates that he is off the dating market. He got married to his long-lasting sweetheart Taylor Mills, the young lady he met in Arizona when she was studying at Arizona State University.

In the wake of dating for 10 years, Brett proposed to her at the Oxford Mississippi near Ole Miss and the couple got married on November 3, 2018 in Palm Desert, California.

Date modified: May 14, 2020
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