Already making a name for themselves with a harmony blend that will send chills through you with a unique sound and stage presence that will captivate any audience. Neon Summer has appeared on the Grand Ole’ Opry during the CMA Fest week in Nashville Tennessee, with country music icon, Marty Stuart. Neon Summer partnered with Nashville Producer-Songwriter Billy Austin, who wrote many top charting songs, one being “Leave The Pieces” song by The Wreckers, sky rocketing to #1 in Pop and Country. He has produced Neon Summer’s brand new project.
"Between high school and now," she wrote, "I've just done a lot of stumbling around trying to figure out what I should be doing and how to turn my love of music into something sustainable. It's taken me several years to muster the courage to pursue writing and performing professionally. My confidence is starting to catch up."
At 22 years old, Briana’s career has just begun. She is currently writing and recording for her second studio album which she will be co-producing, and is set to release in 2016. Although new on the scene, Tyson brings with her traits that some of the most polished musicians in town still seek to acquire. “It’s hard to become successful without people trying to change who you are,” says Tyson. “But this is who I am, and I’m just going to sing until I find people who love me for it.” With her heart, humor, and determination, Briana Tyson is surely someone you will be hearing a lot about in the years to come.
Briana attended the industry Country Radio Seminar (CRS) in Nashville in February to promote her new single and talked to the media including top representatives from the UK.