Texas Homegrown Songs: Bri Bagwell

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Our next artist being featured on Texas Homegrown Songs is Bri Bagwell. Watch her performance of “If You Were A Cowboy” above.

Want more performances? Scroll down to watch her official video for “As Soon As You.”

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Photo Courtesy: Bri Bagwell

Here are some fun facts about Bri Bagwell:

  • She is originally from New Braunfels, Texas.
  • Singer/Songwriter, Bri Bagwell, started writing poems as a child and taught herself how to play a dusty old piano and guitar.  She started performing shows at age 14.
  • She now has seven #1 Texas number one singles, multiple Female Vocalist of the Year Awards, including this year, and four albums, to her credit.
  • Bri averages performing around 150 shows per year.
  • She has performed  with a long list of artists including Willie Nelson, Miranda Lambert, Robert Earl Keen, Kacey Musgraves and Dwight Yoakam.
  • Bri realized she loved being on stage when she started performing as a teenager in her twin brother’s band.
  • While attending The University of Texas at Austin, she told her cousin (Bleu Mortenson, who played steel guitar for years for artists like Trent Willmon and Kenny Chesney), that she wanted to play guitar, so he mailed her one to her dorm.
  • One of Bri’s admirers, Travis Tritt, predicts, “This girl is the next big thing to come out of the state of Texas.  She is what the future of country music should be.”

Other performances:

“As Soon As You” (Official Video)

If you want to keep up with Bri Bagwell, there are plenty of ways. Click to follow her on Facebook and Instagram. And check out her music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Play and YouTube.

Click here to visit her website.

Performances from all featured artists on Texas Homegrown Songs are made possible each week through Stephanie Stacey.

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Here’s last week’s Texas Homegrown Songs feature:

Texas Homegrown Songs: Kenneth Waters