Bryan White :: Official Artist Site

bryan_concertWe were looking through our archives and stumbled onto this great video, and Bryan wanted to make the entire concert available to the fans.

On New Year’s Eve of 1998 Bryan White & LeAnn Rimes performed for a sold out crowd of 15, 000 for the opening night of their co-headline “Something To Talk About” Tour at Minneapolis’ Target Center. This is untouched audio and video from that night. Bryan has allowed it to be available to his fans for the first time. We hope you enjoy it.

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The Oklahoma Rodeo Opry presents the "Writers from the Row Series" with Bryan White & special guest Derek George on April 8 & 9, 2011.   BW, DG & selected writers will be performing original material in an acoustic setting at the Rodeo Opry Friday 4/8 from from 7:30-10pm.  On Saturday, April 9th  (10am-2pm) BW & DG will lead a songwriters workshop including writing & industry tips as well as critiques of participants' material. The weekend will close with BW & DG performing on Saturday, April 9th  on Oklahoma's official country music show, The Rodeo Opry 7:30-10pm.  Songwriters may participate in the entire weekend & attend all concerts for only $75 (Saturday lunch included). Discounts available for NSAI members and limited scholarships are available. Tickets to single events & concerts are also available for purchase. For more information, call Cindy Scarberry at the Rodeo Opry (405)297-9773 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

mzi.nzhuatqs.170x170-75Just in time for the holidays - you can download Bryan's version of "Linus and Lucy." This one will bring back some great memories!!  Click here to download!


Order Bryan's new Limited Edition Christmas CD, featuring 8 holiday favorites, with special appearances by Bryan's sons, Justin & Jack.

Enjoy Bryan's renditions of holiday classics like "I'll be Home For Christmas" and "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"

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When Oklahoma native Bryan White moved to town in1997, Brentwood was a no-brainer. The bustling ’burb’s proximity to Music City made it a perfect fit for the 23-year-old singer-songwriter, whose fourth number one single “Sittin’ on Go” cruised for 16 weeks at the top of the hot country chart that same year.

A breeding ground for many dreams and demos, Brentwood seemed indeed to be “the right place” for White, circa the release of his third studio album by that name. “There’s so much respect for country music here,” White said. “I love everything about Brentwood.”

There have been a few bumps in the road since White’s wild ride through the pop-country hay day of the ’90s. “It’s a crazy industry, and it can really do a number on you,” he said. “I got overwhelmed with feeling like I always had to outdo my last project.” After his label Asylum Records folded in 1999, White took a much-needed break from the biz. “It wasn’t important enough that I needed to ruin my life trying to be great,” White said. “I needed to step away.”

Despite being so near to Nashville, which had accelerated his early career, White also found in his adopted hometown an oasis from the industry-a place to lay low and refresh. “I love how you can go just off the beaten path on Franklin Road, and you have all this amazing countryside,” he said. “Deer, fields, turkeys-all kinds of wildlife everywhere, and just five minutes ago you were on a main street.”

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