Braeden Counts is a singer/songwriter from southern Oregon. Starting in 2014 and being self taught in guitar, Braeden has earned himself some playing time at some pretty unique venues including the Umpqua Strong Music Festival and some well known venues like The Half Shell where Jana Kramer and the Dixie Chicks have played all the way to The Tin Roof San Diego where the likes of Justin Moore and Dustin Lynch have performed also. Braeden is well known for his songs Angels In The Sky which he wrote after the shooting at Umpqua Community College, a school he was attending. That song landed him a local spotlight performance on his local country radio station Best Country 103. The other song is Exit 136, a song about his hometown of Sutherlin, Oregon. Over the last 4 years, Braeden has penned a catalog of roughly 60 songs and has plans of moving to Nashville in the fall of 2020. Braeden currently has a single, One Day, out on all platforms. A song he wrote for his wife, McKenna, that he played as their first dance song at their wedding. You can expect to hear more from Braeden in 2019 with plans of releasing an EP. He is an acoustic solo act proudly sponsored by Coldcock Whiskey with other notable brands to follow.