Jacob Bryant’s video for “A Women’s Touch” is now on CMT.com as he becomes on their ‘CMT Discovery Artists’ for the month of April.
The video, directed by Chris St. Croix, follows a Bonnie and Clyde tale set to the seductive tune off Bryant’s most recent EP ‘Up In Smoke” which debuted at #10 on ITunes Country Chart upon its release.
I’m beyond excited to have a full-production video to bring to them for “A Women’s Touch” and to have CMT’s support. This is something my fans have been wanting for a while,” shares Bryant.
The 26-year-old crooner grew up in the mountains of north Georgia where he started on the indigenous stylings of his family’s Bluegrass band. It’s hard to imagine the up-and-comer with such a powerful voice once failed middle school chorus because he was too shy to sing in front of people.
After the death of his mother in 2010, he experienced a downward spiral into addiction but eventually battled his demons and used singing/songwriting to process his grief. His mother’s dream to see him succeed in music became his own and through that Bryant has continued to play and share his gift.
For more information visit the new website at www.jacobbryantmusic.com.