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BRASSFIELD is a country vocal trio based in Nashville consisting of brothers Bradley and Chadley Brassfield, and Chadley’s wife, Jessie Rose Brassfield. It’s a family affair for sure that makes for airtight three-part harmonies and a stellar vocal blend. 

Musical roots run deep for all of them. The brothers were born in Tupelo, Mississippi, where music is certainly a way of life. In the Brassfield bloodline, being a great singer is commonplace and the boys are no exception to this phenomenon. Growing up, they toured the southern US playing and singing in churches, fell in love with being on stage, and knew that they wanted to continue their career together in Nashville. That’s where they met Jessie Rose. 

Born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky, Jessie has spent her whole life in a musical bubble. She’s been a happy student of music from the start and the love and curiosity spreads across all genres. She’s been singing, playing piano, and writing songs for as long as she can remember. Jessie comes from a long line of professional singers/musicians/writers, her dad being JP Pennington of the country hit-making group Exile. Following in his footsteps, she moved to Nashville to pursue country music, met the boys, the stars aligned, and two very important things happened. Jessie and Chadley fell in love, and the trio discovered that their three unique voices came together to form a killer vocal blend. 

The rest is history. This in-demand trio performs all the time, sometimes 7 days a week. They are the house band for The Opry Backstage Grill, where they host a hit songwriters night that has put them on the stage with many of country music’s most prolific songwriters. All three members of BRASSFIELD are songwriters themselves and are excited to be in the studio, recording a full length album of songs that truly represent their distinctive artistry. 

For more information, you can find BRASSFIELD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and you can listen to their first single, “Cheap Shades,” on Spotify.