BEAU BRASWELL

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It's not easy to catch up with a touring Country Music Artist, but when you are also a biker and World Champion motorcycle star; it is impossible. Braswell, one of the few artists that actually was born and raised in Nashville, says his hometown had a huge impact on him and the artist that he has become. Although Braswell was heavily influenced by his surroundings, he did not start songwriting until the age of 15 and playing music until after that. No, Braswell started by pursuing a much different passion. At three months old Braswell’s dad pushed him down the hallway on a motorcycle. He was racing at age 5 and by 8 years old he was an AMA Flat Track Champion. Racing was a huge part of his life and family life – it still is today. Braswell has won two AMRA world championships and six AMA national titles. Braswell started his own label and sold the album at Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealerships across the country. Soon he was selling out across the southeast and began getting offers to bring his live music to festivals, rallies and shows. Braswell currently plays an average of over forty motorcycle rallies a year. He has racked up a number of accomplishments, not just as a champion motorcycle racer but also as a platinum selling country artist. In 2007 Braswell sold out seventeen consecutive shows and opened for David Allan Coe and Montgomery Gentry. Fast forward to the present and Braswell has headlined numerous rallies, festivals and concerts. By 2011 Braswell ‘s album “Time to Ride” had reached platinum status in sales. He’s opened for acts such as the Zac Brown Band, Easton Corbin and Hank Williams Jr. Currently Braswell is wrapping up a music video for the song, “Sunny Days,” an upbeat, summertime anthem penned by hot country songwriter, Sarah Beth Terry. His song “Sideways” has been chosen as the official theme song of the AMA FlatTrack Racing series and can be heard on NBC Sports; giving Braswell a reason to hit the track again and possibly in more ways than one. Beau signed with Suzuki Motor Of America in 2018 as the official tour sponsor of his American tour and allowing Beau to race Factory Suzuki Race bikes at selected events. Braswell is now a back to back winner of the Sturgis Moto Stampede, a motorcycle race held at the Buffalo Chip during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Recently Beau signed a contract with Sony Pictures to begin his film career with a TBA motorcycle movie. – Wes Woods, Los Angeles Times