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3427261_com_bryan_whiteSuite101 interview with Bryan White, where he talks about his latest album "Dustbowl Dreams," family, and his career in the country music industry.

On September 9, 2011, Suite101 interview with country singer Bryan White about his career in country music and latest record Dustbowl Dreams. In addition to his many hits on country radio, White is known for From This Moment On, a popular duet with country-pop mega-star Shania Twain.

We regret to inform you that due to bad weather in the area, tomorrow's (9/4) Sand Mountain Disaster Relief benefit concert has been postponed.  They are already working on a new date and we'll announce as soon as possible!  We hope to see everyone at the show supporting such a worthy cause.

gacIt was the decade that gave us beginning of the internet and the end of the Soviet Union. Clinton and cloning. And some of the best country music videos ever! The 90s!  GAC counts down the Top 50 fan-voted videos of the decade. Join host Neal McCoy and a passel of famous friends, like Bryan White and John Michael Montgomery, as they salute the Top 50 Videos of the 90s in this boot-scootin' 5-part special.  It'll be more fun than a barrel of Tickle Me Elmos!  Click here to view the schedule!

Bryan White - Dustbowl Dreams
Australian Version

dustbowl_dreams_tiltBryan White burst on to the Country Music scene in the mid 90s with a voice and a sound that seemed before it’s time, racking up an astonishing 6 #1 singles, 2 platinum records, 2 gold records, and capturing the hearts of young people all over the world.

Hits like “Someone Else’s Star,” Rebecca Lynn,” I’m Not Supposed To Love You Anymore,” “So Much For Pretending,” and “Sittin’ On Go,” catapulted Bryan into superstardom. This groundbreaking artist summoned his industry to take notice of the voice and artist behind the boyish good looks. His unparalleled vocal style earned him a host of awards such as the CMA's Horizon award, the Academy of Country Music's Top New Male Vocalist award, and even a Grammy.

With his 8th studio album entitled “Dustbowl Dreams”,an emotionally power packed compilation of music that has been eagerly anticipated by millions of fans. “Dustbowl,” is a sonic sensation infused with stories about real life coupled with pocket-grooves, rootsy acoustic parts, soaring pop-country melodies, and a passionate and energetic delivery that reaches into your soul.

Released : 9th September 2011
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300720_10150300016274700_108467154699_7748560_3330163_nBe sure to stop by Bryan's photo gallery and check out the new album Australia/ New Zealand 2011 to see all the pictures from Bryan's trip Down Under!

By: Louise Risk5433942

Wiakato Times

Aug. 12, 2011

A who's who of New Zealand country music is coming to Hamilton this weekend, and they are bringing a Nashville star with them.

The 2011 National Country Music Awards will be held at Founders Theatre in Hamilton tomorrow night and United States country music powerhouse Bryan White will be there presenting one of the awards.

White, once named on People magazine's most beautiful people list, was busy packing his bag at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, earlier this week.

The American, who joined forces with Shania Twain to sing From This Moment On and has won a raft of awards, including a Grammy, was excited about his first visit Down Under, but unsure what to expect.

"I don't know much about New Zealand," White said.

"I went to the library and checked a couple of DVDs about New Zealand to watch on my way over.

"I do know you have a lot of country music lovers there."

Kiwi country music legends Gray Bartlett, Brendan Dugan and Jodi Vaughn are also expected at the awards.

White said while he was in New Zealand he would be singing at a couple of private functions as well as attending the award ceremony but he hoped he would have time for some sightseeing as well.

"I love anything to do with the ocean," he said.

"And I love fishing. I don't know if I'll have time but I'd love to go fishing."

The National Country Music Awards, staged annually since 2006, was a one-stop opportunity for international agents to find out more about New Zealand's top country singers.

White said Kiwi country singers had every chance of hitting the big time in the United States if they were energetic and tenacious.

"Nashville is always looking for something new and fresh and different."

Tomorrow's show will also feature New Zealand's biggest selling artist across all music genres this year, Dennis Marsh, and Australian Jasmine Rae.The awards begin at 7.30pm, with tickets available from Ticketek.