NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Breakout country singer/songwriter Bryan Martin has released his new self-reflective album, Poets & Old Souls, available now via Average Joes Entertainment. The project features nine self-written tracks that give fans a peek inside his troubled past, serving as a collection of deeply personal pieces of art that showcase his intricate songwriting skills. The album contains previously released hits as well as brand new singles such as “He Knows The Struggle,” a sequel to Martin’s viral hit “Beauty In The Struggle.” Poets & Old Souls is now available for download and stream on all major digital platforms.
“I’m so excited to finally get to share this project with my fans,” shares Martin. “Each track on the album means so much to me and I hope it resonates with every single listener. I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life, but I hope I can use my experiences to teach others that no matter what you’re going through, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.”
Along with gritty fan-favorite hits such as “Wolves Cry” and “We Ride,” Bryan shares multiple soothing ballads including “Another Honky Tonk” and the title track “Poets & Old Souls,” which features fellow Native American country artist Frank Foster. Martin continues to break down the doors of the country music scene with his new project, which has been spotlighted by popular outlets such as Holler, People.com, MusicRow, The Boot, Up ‘N Country, and more.
Poets & Old Souls Track Listing
1. “Never Coming Home” (Written by Bryan Martin) 2. “We Ride” (Written by Bryan Martin, Vernon Brown) 3. “Poets & Old Souls” feat. Frank Foster (Written by Bryan Martin, Scott Sean White, Helene Cronin) 4. “Things You Didn’t Make Time For” (Written by Bryan Martin) 5. “Another Honky Tonk” (Written by Bryan Martin, Johnny Clawson) 6. “He Knows The Struggle” (Written by Bryan Martin) 7. “Wolves Cry” (Written by Bryan Martin) 8. “We Ride” (Acoustic Version) (Written by Bryan Martin, Vernon Brown) 9. “Wolves Cry” (Acoustic Version) (Written by Bryan Martin) Martin has set out on his spring tour supporting country music star Warren Zeiders on his Pretty Little Poison Tour, kicking off with a sold out show in Peoria, Ill. The tour is scheduled to stop in 15 cities including Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Denver, Salt Lake City, Sacramento, and more. For tickets and more information, visit HERE.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
3/31 - Rosemont, Ill. @ Joe’s Live w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/1 - Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Rave w/ Warren Zeiders 4/6 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ Bogarts w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/7 - Rootstown, Ohio @ Dusty Armadillo w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/8 - Grand Rapids, Mich. @ The Intersection w/ Warren Zeiders 4/13 - Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly’s w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/14 - Columbia, Mo. @ Blue Note w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/15 - Lawrence, Kan. @ Granada Theatre w/ Warren Zeiders 4/21 - Denver, Colo. @ Grizzly Rose w/ Warren Zeiders 4/22 - Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Complex w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/23 - Boise, Idaho @ Knitting Factory w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/26 - Reno, Nev. @ Cargo w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 4/27 - Santa Cruz, Calif. @ Catalyst w/ Warren Zeiders 4/28 - Sacramento, Calif. @ Ace of Spades w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 6/8 - Nashville, Tenn. @ CMA Fest 2023 6/10 - Seneca, S.C. @ Rock The Ranch 6/17 - Rush, Ky. @ Rush And Rowdy 7/7 - Winchester, Va. @ The Monument 7/8 - Pembroke, Va. @ Mountain Doobies Festival 7/15 - Filer, Idaho @ Twin Falls County Fairgrounds 7/28 - Baltimore, Md. @ Cancun Cantina 8/12 - Humboldt, Iowa @ Humboldt County Dragway 9/2 - Colville, Wash. @ Farm Jam 9/8 - Rootstown, Ohio @ Dusty Armadillo For more information on Bryan Martin, visit his website and follow his social media channels linked below.
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About Bryan Martin: Hailing from the oil fields of Louisiana, Bryan Martin lives the stories he writes. The Cherokee Indigenous American country artist whose real-life emotions and experiences expressed in song unquestionably resonate with audiences because the two are one and the same. Bryan’s debut album, If It Was Easy, details his struggle with opiate addiction and mental health and tells the story of growing up in an oil field family. His sophomore album, Self Inflicted Scars, expands on his hardship and recounts his suicide attempt at the early age of 19 years old. Bryan touches the hearts of his fans with each tune he releases, resulting in over 198 million streams worldwide and leaving fans begging for more. Bryan’s recently released album, Poets & Old Souls, is an introspective and deeply personal collection of songs that showcase his growth and evolution.