BAThe single is called “No Thanks“, but we believe country music fans are going to be saying ‘much thanks’ to Brinley Addington, for this new song with a traditional country sound.  If the thought of country music makes you think of a beer, a bar, a little toe tapping, a good time, and a lyric that makes you want to sing along, then you are waiting for “No Thanks”.

The single has only been out a few days, and country music websites are already talking about it.  The Daily Country included a great interview with Brinley, which you can ready by clicking here.  Whiskey Riff premiered the audio video for the new single the day before its release.  Country Music Pride also included a great interview with Brinley.   Dirt Road Anthems opened their article with this:  “Looking to add a little classic country sound to your playlist this weekend?  Well, look no farther than new artist Brinley Addington.  We think that by April 20, when the EP, “Songs From A Bar” is released, you are going to be reading a lot more gret things about this up-and-coming country artist.

Country’s Chatter is in its 11th year.  For nine of those 11 years, we have been telling you about Brinley Addington.  During that time, we have posted nearly four dozen articles either about Brinley, or that mentioned him somewhere in the content.  He has not only performed at many local events, both before and after his move to Nashville, but he has also hosted fundraising events for our local Children’s Miracle Network.  To say we think a lot of him would be an understatement.  Our local CMN is in Kingsport, Tenn., Brinley’s hometown.

BAThis young man has always wanted to sing, to write, and to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.  The ‘about‘ section on his website tells us that at age three, he “began climbing on top of his parent’s coffee table pretending he was performing on the Grand Ole Opry”.  We can only imagine that 3-year-old coffee table rehearsal will actually happen before too long.  He has already opened for Florida-Georgia Line, Chris Young, Thomas Rhett, Josh Turner, Jon Pardi, Justin Moore, Tyler Farr, Gavin DeGraw, Marty Stuart, Ronnie Milsap, and has served as headliner at numerous fairs, festivals, and college events in the southeast.

While the new single was written by friends, Ryan Beaver, Brett Tyler and Will Weatherly, Brinley is an accomplished writer, who co-wrote several of the songs on his albums “Middle of Nowhere” and “Homegrown”, but, more recently co-wrote Tyler Farr’s single, “I Should Go To Church Sometime”.

In addition to his website, visit his Facebook page, and please remember to ‘Like” it while you are there.  Check out his Instagram, too.  He has a lot of pictures and videos for you there.  If you like artists who know how to use social media, you are going to love Brinley.  He also has some videos up on his YouTube channel for you,  And, do not forget about Twitter, you will find Brinley there, too, at @brinley_.

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The single is called 'No Thanks', but we believe country music fans are going to be saying 'much thanks' to Brinley Addington, for this new song with a traditional country sound.  If the thought of country music makes you think of a beer, a bar, a little toe tapping,...