We all want to be seen. We all want to be loved. We all want to be connected. And when we don’t feel seen, we forget to see ourselves for who we are and be content with that. Yet, sometimes we need little reminders along the way, and a few good people to nudge us to see ourselves, our beautiful selves for exactly who we are in the world – perfect, divine, and whole.
Welcoming back for a second time on the podcast – singer, songwriter Brandon Stansell – we take a look at the his journey to continually see himself and reflect that in his music as well as to talk about the benefits of being exactly who you are meant to be in the world, just as you are meant to be. Plus we dive deep inside his newest song “For You,” featuring Rupaul’s Drag Race Season 10 Finalist Eureka O’Hara.
- Learn the real reason why he does the work he does in the Country Music Industry
- He’s got one witty comeback when people ask “How does it feel to be openly gay in the country music word?”
- Quote: If you want the opportunity, you’ve got to work for it.
- His motto: I’m going to choose the things that make me happy and make me, me.
- Most moving moment in the interview? “I made the decision I was going to be better for the…”
Brandon Stansell was born with Country Music in his veins, but it wasn’t until after leaving his small Tennessee town and transplanting to L.A. that he started developing his own brand of ‘California Country.’
Tapping his Tennessee roots with the fresh air sound of his West Coast home, Brandon released his first full-length album Slow Down in October 2017 and just recently released his newest single For You.
Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a new country artist you need to know,” his is a bold new voice in the genre, as comfortable making you tap your foot as you shed a tear – a singer songwriter with something to say, and a voice to remember.
Connect With Brandon
Two Options To Donate To Brandon’s Charity Of Choice – Nashville Launch Pad
Get His New Single
Attend the November 4 Benefit Concert – Analog At Hutton Hotel
Get Your Tickets Now – $20-$30
Featuring – Brandon Stansill, Ty Herndon, Cam, Harper Grae, Jefrey James, Natalie Stovall, Dylan Dunlap, Shelly Fairchild, and Brody, Ray