At 26, Jacob Bryant has lived through more than men twice his age. Hidden behind his blue eyes and charming smile lies a past of addiction, death, and divorce that have fueled his songwriting and pushed him to track some of his most popular biographical anthems including “Save My Soul,” “This Side of Sober,” “Too Late to Turn Around,” “Country Went to Hell,” and “Up In Flames.” The Jasper, Ga., native performs with the vigor of a seasoned road dog and delivers a show that combines the storytelling of country music with the passion of rock. “It’s Country Music done my way,” says Bryant. His new EP Up In Smoke debuted at #10 on ITunes Country Chart and his devout fan base packed Electric Cowboy in Kennesaw, Ga. to hear the singer rip through his standards and introduce the new material they had already memorized and were singing right along. It’s hard to imagine the up-and-comer with such rich vocals once failed middle school chorus being he was too shy to sin...

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