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Bailey Bryan Takes Perspective On The Road In November

Bailey Bryan

300 Entertainment’s Bailey Bryan has announced her headlining PERSPECTIVE TOUR. The intimate six-date stint that will carry through November follows the news that Bryan will drop her “unapologetic modern-pop project that captures an artist indulging her undiluted instincts” (Rolling Stone) PERSPECTIVE EP, this Friday, October 11. The singer/songwriter is set to launch at The High Watt in Nashville, TN on November 10 and will go on to hit major cities across the eastern U.S.. The upcoming shows will see Bryan offer fans the first live-look at her new music as she showcases each razor-sharp track from her new EP. Tickets for the limited tour run go on sale on this Friday, October 11 at

“With new music literally right around the corner, I could not be more excited to get to share it in real life with my fans too,” shared Bryan. “I’m so ready to be out on the road and to start playing this new music live, because it’s a reflection of who I am and how I’ve grown.”

11/10 Nashville, TN – The High Watt
11/12 Chicago, IL – Schubas
11/13 Milwaukee, WI – Back Room at Colectivo
11/15 Detroit, MI – The Croofoot Pike Room
11/16 Ann Arbor, MI – The Ark
11/20 Decatur, GA – Eddie’s Attic

A Washington State native, Bailey Bryan burst onto the scene with her instantaneous 2017 debut So Far. The four-song collection heralded immediate critical acclaim and landed her on Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly’s “Artist You Need To Know” lists, as the Billboard “Chartbreaker” turned heads for her “rich songwriting” (New York Times) and infectious sound. She has played for live audiences across The U.S and Europe, as well as slots on some of the country’s biggest festivals and more. To follow updates on new music and from the road, visit

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  1. Love the fact that my fave Bailey Bryan is hitting the road with this new music but to call it pop, come on people I’ve listened to this ep and it’s far from pop, it’s more like country-pop, believe me i know the difference between the two genres, I’ve been exposed to them, so i know what they sound like, and i know they can blended together and that’s just what this music is, country-pop not pop, and to call her first headlining tour pop, it should be called country-pop.

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