Exclusive | Jordana Bryant Teams Up With Dawson Anderson For Electric Cover of “If I Didn’t Love You”

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Country music singer/songwriters Jordana Bryant and Dawson Anderson (Temecula Road) have come together to share a powerful cover of country superstars Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean’s recent No.1 hit, “If I Didn’t Love You.”

While covering a number No.1 hit song by two of music’s biggest names may seem like too big of shoes for a 16-year-old to fill, Jordana Bryant is familiar with covering iconic records. Rising to fame at the early age of 15, Bryant gained a following on YouTube by sharing her acoustic covers by her all-time favorite artists. Citing influences of Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts, she learned to play guitar when she was only 10 years old. Earlier this year, she released a cover of Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance,” receiving over 128,000 views on YouTube in just 2 months, and the breakout artist has garnered nearly 5 million total views.

Check out the first look at the “If I Didn’t Love You” cover below.

Through collaborating with Dawson Anderson of the rising country trio, Temecula Road, Jordana Bryant is able to reveal a new side of herself as an artist. With beautiful harmonies and undeniable talent, Jordana further identifies herself as a highly dynamic vocalist and collaborator.

This cover follows Bryant’s release of her debut EP, Last First, which consists of six tracks made up of topics that range from a love song trilogy to a feel-good anthem praising the simple moments in life. No matter the song, Bryant is sure to put a smile on your face with her country-pop sound and authentic energy. With the world at her feet, Bryant hopes her music can bring a sense of hope and positivity to everyone who listens.

Fans can follow along with Jordana Bryant for more covers and new music coming soon on Instagram and her official website at JordanaBryant.com.


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