When you score an invite to Brett Kissel‘s VIP album release party, you can’t turn it down. So on Thursday night (December 14), we went to The Basement in Nashville for the reigning CCMA Male Vocalist of the Year’s jam-packed intimate concert filled with friends, family, and music executives.
Kissel performed songs off the new record We Were That Song from start to finish. He had everything from love songs written with High Valley to party songs that you cannot help but dance to. It was absolutely amazing. If you thought the show couldn’t get any better, think again… Kissel covered Garth Brooks‘ “Callin’ Baton Rouge” too and the crowd went wild. We were so impressed by his flawless vocals and raging stage presence!
Available now, We Were That Song includes collaborations with Megadeath’s, Dave Mustaine, on the tack “Damn!,” and a duet with country music icon, Charley Pride, on the track “Burgers and Fries.” The album’s title track, “We Were That Song,” is Kissel’s tenth single to reach the top 10 at Canadian country radio.
2018 is going to be a huge year for Kissel, as he will be heading out on a three month Canadian tour beginning in January. You can learn more about it on his website.
Thanks for a fun night, Brett!