Country Star Curtis Braly Premieres Acoustic Rendition of Brand New Single Exclusively for Stage Right Secrets
Curtis Braly has dropped an exclusive acoustic performance video of his latest single “That Should Be Me.”
The song, released on Friday, June 4 and written by Kylie Sackley (Sam Hunt, Keith Urban, Alan Jackson, Faith Hill) and Thomas Finchum, has quickly caught the attention of fans and industry pros alike with impressive moments including the official music video premiering on People Country. The LGBTQ+ singer got candid with the outlet stating, “A number of Nashville music executives looked me in the eye and said things like, ‘Country music fans will not support a gay artist’ or “I wouldn’t gamble any money on a gay male country artist. I got the urge to prove something that I already knew; that country music fans are better than that.”
Today, he continues to do just that, breaking down barriers and leading the way for countless artists sure to follow in his footsteps. We’re thrilled to share the first look at his new acoustic video which highlights his high energy performance and natural vocal ability. Check out the exclusive video below!
Originally from Texas, Curtis has achieved a plethora of impressive career milestones. From sharing the stage with country icons Dolly Parton and Tanya Tucker to recording and working with famed producer Kent Wells and Grammy nominated producer Sal Oliveri (Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Brett Eldredge, Garth Brooks). Now, with the release of “That Should Be Me,” Curtis continues to solidify his upward trajectory toward stardom.