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Meet Bransen Ireland of The Voice Season 14


Bransen Ireland of The Voice Season 14

Bransen Ireland of The Voice Season 14

Contestants rumored to have successfully auditioned for Season 14 of The Voice include country singer Bransen Ireland.

The Voice returns Monday, Feb. 26, with Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson as coaches and a new blind audition twist.

Check back then and throughout Season 14 for complete coverage on Voice Views. Meanwhile, here’s a bit about Bransen.

* Bransen is from Blue Springs, Missouri, and says on his website that he became a fan of country music at an early age.

* He picked up guitar in college and began songwriting and performing around the Kansas City area.

* Rather than follow the latest trends in country music, Bransen says in that bio that he’s committed to delivering “true country” music.

* Over the years, he has opened for The Band Perry, Chris Young, Lee Brice, John Rich and many others.

* He released a single called “Don’t Go There” in 2011 and a four-track EP called “Hat” later the same year.

* Brensen moved his family from Missouri to Nashville in order to better pursue a career in country music.

* Early last year, he launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new EP, but it failed to reach its fund-raising goal.

* At the time, he said his new music “is inspired by hard-working, middle-class families.” You can check out three originals on his YouTube channel and a more recent post of a song called “From the Ground Up” on his Facebook page. Below, you can check out Bransen singing “A Little Lot.”

Twitter: @BransenIreland

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