NASHVILLE STAR BRAD COTTER ALREADY A VETERAN

Brad Cotter reveals that his upcoming Sony debut album is not really his first album. "I was born in Auburn, Alabama and I began singing gospel music when I was nine years old," explains Brad, "and recorded my first album when I was 11." "Between 11 and 17 I recorded five gospel albums as a solo artist." Brad says those albums, plus the years he spent in Nashville writing songs and singing demos, gave him all the experience he needed to be able to finish his debut country album in a matter of weeks. "I've been in the studio 23 years and that's a lot of experience for a 33 year-old," he states.

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