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Sat, Sep 11 | Downtown Cowtown at the Isis Theatre

Grammy Award Winning Bryan White Acoustic Concert With Scotty Alexander

Bryan White is a CMA, ACM and Grammy award-winning country music singer and songwriter. Here him live on our stage along side Country music artist Scotty Alexander.
Grammy Award Winning Bryan White Acoustic Concert With Scotty Alexander

Time & Location

Sep 11, 7:30 PM
Downtown Cowtown at the Isis Theatre, 2401 N Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76164, USA

About the Event

Bryan White Artist Bio

Bryan White is a CMA, ACM and Grammy award-winning country music singer and songwriter. Throughout his prolific recording career, he’s charted 19 singles, including six No. 1’s. His hits include “God Gave Me You,” “So Much for Pretending,” “Sittin’ on Go,” “I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” “Rebecca Lynn,” “Someone Else’s Star” and “From This Moment On,” which he recorded with Shania Twain. Bryan has sold more than 4.5 million albums. His list of honors include a Grammy, CMA 1996 Horizon Award from CMA, ACM 1996 New Male Vocalist, five CMT Awards, Canadian Country Music Awards. In 1998, White was voted one of People magazines “50 Most Beautiful People.” Currently, he hosts, “The Bryan White Podcast” and recently released a new single, “It Must Be Love.”

Scotty Alexander Artist Bio

Scotty Alexander...is more than just a GREAT live show, who has played everywhere from Gruene Hall to Australia, opened for Kyle Park, Cody Johnson, Cody Jinks and many others… and MORE than just a veteran singer, songwriter and recording artist…

He is also a world class studio musician on fiddle, guitar, banjo, bass and has performed since the age of 6 when he released his first vinyl record "HERE I COME WORLD". In the years that followed Scotty did a national Tide laundry commercial, appeared on Star Search and performed with his band at nightclubs and fairs all through his teenage years.  Scotty's early years also took him to Texas where he performed with Mickey Gilley several times at the original Gilley's in Pasadena, TX. In 1994 he moved to Las Vegas to co-host in an award winning production show called "Country Tonight."  In 1999 Scotty went to work for the legend Wayne Newton.  He played guitar, fiddle banjo and mandolin on stage and eventually became Mr. Newton's music director until 2007.

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