SPOTLIGHT: Brinley Addington Releases Debut Single ‘No Thanks’

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Brinley Addington just released his debut single, “No Thanks.” The song is off his forthcoming EP, Songs From A Bar, that drops April 20th.  While Brinley didn’t pen the single, he says he feels like it perfectly captured his sound, which is far more traditional than many pop-leaning country songs today. Brinley grew up inspired by some of Country’s greats, like Alan Jackson, which is evident in his single.

Prior to the release of “No Thanks,” Brinley was most well-known for co-writing Tyler Farr’s single, “I Should Go To Church Sometime.” Be sure to check out Brinley’s EP, Songs From A Bar, when it drops April 20th and follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest news.

 

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