About

Brinley Addington’s passion for Country music began well before the small town singer can even remember. At age three, The Kingsport, TN native began climbing on top of his parent’s coffee table pretending he was performing on the Grand Ole Opry. Brinley was influenced early on by the hymns he heard on Sunday morning and the traditional country voices of Randy Travis, Vince Gill, and Alan Jackson. As time went by, Brinley gained inspiration from modern country artists like Garth Brooks and Tim McGraw as well as his parents’ love of bluegrass music. In the fourth grade, a reluctant Brinley was encouraged to enter the school talent show where he performed in front of a crowd for the very first time. At age 12, Brinley began singing at Church where he realized God’s plan for his life: making music. Since 2007, Brinley has had the honor of opening shows for several major artists including Florida-Georgia Line, Chris Young, Thomas Rhett, Josh Turner, Justin Moore, Tyler Farr, Eli Young Band, The Band Perry,  Gavin DeGraw, Marty Stuart, Ronnie Milsap, as well as Texas favorites Jack Ingram, the Josh Abbott Band, and the Casey Donahew Band, and has served as headliner at numerous fairs, festivals, and college events in the southeast. Brinley’s first full-length album Homegrown debuted in May of 2011 and produced two music videos (“Hang on a Farm,” “As Long As You Love Me”) that have gained over 100,000 views. Addington released his second record Middle Of Nowhere in August 2014, which garnered outstanding reviews from peers and music industry professionals alike. Addington is a signed songwriter at HoriPro Entertainment and penned Tyler Farr's latest single, "I Should Go To Church Sometime."