Brett Kissel

About Brett Kissel:
Signed to Warner Music Canada, Kissel is one of the top touring acts on the Canadian Country music scene. Most recently, the young entertainer opened for Garth Brooks on 16 dates and he is getting ready to head out on a 3-month, 50+ dates, and Canadian headlining tour beginning in January. Brett Kissel is the youngest artist ever to be nominated for a CCMA Award, and has won 10 CCMAs to date, including Fans’ Choice Entertainer and Male Artist of the Year. Kissel was the first Country artist in 17 years to win a Juno award (equivalent to a GRAMMY) for “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” (since Shania Twain). He has had 10 singles on Billboard’s Canadian Top 10 list (most of which he either wrote or co-wrote). In 2016, he was the recipient of the Allan Slaight Honor from Canada’s Walk of Fame (previously presented to Drake, Shawn Mendes and The Weeknd), and was recognized as the International Artist of the Year at the Worldwide Radio Summit (an honor previously bestowed upon Ed Sheeran and Adele). On Dec. 8, Kissel released his studio album, We Were That Song. The album 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.



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Music Videos

Video Link: “We Were That Song” –here

Video Link: 2017 CCMA Performance – here