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Brett Kissel: Canadian country music star, new Nashville resident

by Luke Maness in Entertainment

Canadian country star Brett Kissell. Photo Courtesy of Adam Gonshor at Warner Music Canada From the western province of Alberta, Canadian native Brett Kissel has been working on his music skills since before he was in his teens. Kissel released his first album, “Keepin’ It Country” at the age of twelve, an album produced by Freddie Pelletier. Before signing with Warner Music Canada, he released three more independent albums, Tried and True, A Canadian Tribute, and My Roots Run Deep. Nominated for the Chevy Trucks Rising Star Award at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards at the age of sixteen, he is the youngest CCMA nominee in the history of the awards show. Co-managed by Major Bob’s Nashville, Brett Kissel is securing his place in Nashville, and he hopes, in the USA. So let’s take a look at up and coming Country Music Artist Brett Kissel. Except for the United States, Canada has the largest country music fan and artist base in the world, which [...]