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BRYAN MARTIN SHARES NEW SINGLE & VIDEO "Wolves Cry"


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Fast-rising country music artist Bryan Martin honors his Native American heritage with his stouthearted new single, “Wolves Cry,” along with a gritty visual premiered by People.com. Solo-written by Martin himself, the single offers a glimpse into his upbringing through robust guitar plucks and daring lyrics that convey his feeling of pride and appreciation for where he came from. In conjunction with the release of the single, Martin is officially announcing the release of his third full-length studio album, titled Poets & Old Souls, set to drop on March 31st, 2023 via Average Joes Entertainment.


“‘Wolves Cry’ is purely about how I was raised,” shares Martin. “It’s a testament to appreciating your roots, even if you don’t come from much. I want it to serve as a reminder to people to not let your past get in the way of what you really want in life.”

“Wolves Cry” is the second offering from his forthcoming project, Poets & Old Souls. Preaching hard work and resiliency, the single’s influential lyrics and “oil rig country” sound jolts the hearts of fans across the globe. The official video, directed by Julian Mendoza, gifts us a visual representation of the roughneck life “off in the pines” that Bryan speaks about in the track. Martin's new album is set to be released on March 31st, 2023 and promises to be a collection of deeply personal and introspective songs that showcase the Louisiana-native's growth and evolution.


Following the announcement of Bryan’s representation agreement with WME, Martin is excited to share that he will be joining country star Warren Zeiders on his Pretty Little Poison Tour this Spring as a supporting act. The 15-date string of tour kicks off with a sold out show on March 30th in Peoria, Ill., with additional stops in Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Denver, Salt Lake City, Sacramento, and more. For tickets and more information, visit HERE.


Upcoming Tour Dates:

2/10 - Denham Springs, La. @ Southern Rhythm Venue & Entertainment 3/3 - Durant, Okla. @ Gillies’s 3/4 - Austin, Texas @ BBQ Austin Festival 3/10 - Hephzibah, Ga. @ Hephzibah Agricultural Center w/ Colt Ford 3/11 - Fernandina Beach, Fla. @ Sadler Ranch 3/22 - Nashville, Tenn. @ Bus Call at Tin Roof Demonbruen 3/30 - Peoria, Ill. @ Crusens w/ Warren Zeiders - SOLD OUT 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 6/17 - Rush, Ky. @ Rush And Rowdy 7/8 - Pembroke, Va. @ Mountain Doobiez Festival 7/28 - Baltimore, Md. @ Cancun Cantina 8/12 - Humboldt, Iowa @ Humboldt County Dragway 9/2 - Colville, Wash. @ Farm Jam For more information on Bryan Martin, visit his website and follow his social media channels linked below. Listen and watch "Wolves Cry" above and stay tuned for more from Bryan Martin coming soon.




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. Martin’s 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 150 million streams worldwide and leaving people begging for more. Bryan’s recently released single, “We Ride,” has earned over 12 million streams across all platforms since its release on October 28th, 2022. Martin plans to release his third full-length studio album, Poets & Old Souls, on March 31st, 2023 via Average Joes Entertainment.

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