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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Brei Carter ecently formed a global music distribution partnership with Brown Lee Entertainment and The Orchard, and will release new music in 2023.
For The Good Times
Carter puts a marginally steamy, yet refined southern touch on a Kris Kristofferson classic tune, “For The Good Times,” cutting the melody with laid out Nashville maker and writer Curt Ryle (Taylor Swift, Pam Tillis, Brooks and Dunn) from his private studio. Carter is also working on a new music video for the song that Bill Nash first released in 1968, which will be released in April. However, it was Al Green and Wayne Newton’s popularized recordings that helped Ray Price make it a #1 country hit in 1970.
Brei Carter said that the song’s message was the reason she wanted to record it, that we shouldn’t take anyone or anything for granted. Love can come and go quickly, and sometimes people just break up. It suggests that we ought to make the most of each moment because life continues regardless of what. That is an idea that she considers in all that she does.
Straight Up Country Crazy
The up-and-coming Nashville-based singer, who was recently featured by WSMV-TV about how her music career is growing, is also working on her next original song project. That project is the upbeat pop-country anthemic “Straight Up Country Crazy.” Carter is working on the music video, which will be recorded, created and coordinated by Karl Weidmann of Southern Lodge Movies.
Carter wanted to make sure that there was no doubt that she is completely country. Country roots are ingrained in her, and she can’t get enough of it. She likes to think of herself as straight up country crazy.
Brand New Country
In 2022, Carter independently released her first full-length album, the critically acclaimed Brand New Country. The album is an eclectic collection of songs that explore Carter’s various country, soul, and R&B musical roots. It was recorded with a number of prominent musical producers, such as Curt Ryle, Jason Wyatt, William Washington WLPWR, Bridgetown, and others.
Brei Carter, an upcoming crossover country and southern pop recording artist, is an example of how faith, patience, and time can sometimes pay off. Brei’s family fed her a variety of authentic southern staples while she was growing up in Monroe, Louisiana, where she received a solid southern education: the Bible, the choir of the Lone Star Missionary Baptist Church, Charley Pride, Loretta Lynn, and Aretha Franklin, and a lot of love and devotion from family members.
Before she turned into the dynamic and fiery country vocalist she is today, Brei was caught up with procuring an Bachelors in Business from College of Louisiana in Monroe, a Masters in International Relations from Webster College, and a Doctorate in Religious philosophy from New Foundation Philosophical Theological Seminary. She is likewise a glad Veteran of the U.S. Army, where she served as an enlisted soldier and as an officer.
After moving to Nashville, Brei has rapidly established herself with the musicians in he local area as a smooth and some of the time tense songstress who merges nation, soul and southern jump into one melded style. Her most memorable single at country radio “Gave Him A Girl” was quickly described as “charming and infectious” by blue grass music columnist and student of history Robert K. Oermann in his week by week DISClaimer audit segment for Music Line Magazine.
In 2022, Brei performed on WoodSongs Old Time Radio Hour, making her CMA Fest debut. Her debut album, Brand New Country, was released in the fall of 2022, and she plans to release new music in April and June of 2023. Carter is rapidly impressing be an invited expansion to the arising recent trends of blue grass music in the present different melodic scene.
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