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Jacob Bryant’s Practice What I Preach Available Now

Jacob Bryant’s new album PRACTICE WHAT I PREACH charged out of the gates last Friday rising to #1 on the iTunes Top Country Albums chart. The album is available now at digital retailers and streaming platforms.
“I’d like to thank God, my team and my amazing fans for all the support and help pushing this to #1 at iTunes. We couldn’t have done it without y’all!” shares Bryant.

Taste Of Country also highlighted Bryant as one of its “Top 5 Artists To Watch” this month, calling him one of “Country music’s most powerful voices this year.”

was co-produced by Collective Soul lead guitarist, Jesse Triplett, Bryant and his manager, Jeff Catton.  Bryant had a hand in the creative process from start to finish. In addition to co-producing the album, he co-wrote four tracks on the album. Bryant also leaned on a few close friends and hit songwriters to help fill out the album and tell the rest of his story.
The 12-track album takes listeners on a journey of Bryant’s own life experiences – including the heartache he suffered from the loss of his mother in 2010. The tragedy sent Bryant on a downward spiral of alcohol and drug use – but it was his passion for music and the love of his fiancé that quite literally saved his soul.
“Jacob Bryant’s Practice What I Preach is everything Country music needs.” 
~ Stage Right Secrets
“…Bryant’s intoxicating rock-country sound is in the lane of Luke Combs and Brantley Gilbert…”
~ Taste Of Country

“Jacob Bryant may not be a household name yet, but if he continues to release country music as exciting and consistent as Practice What I Preach, then he will be one of the greats of his generation.
~ Parcbench

If you like your country music trustworthy, then Jacob Bryant is the voice you seek.
~ Parcbench

1. “More Than One Year”  (Eric Lee Beddingfield, Randy Barber)
2. “25 in Jail” – (Jacob Bryant, Daniel Lee)
3. “Best Part of Me is You” (Jacob Bryant, Taylor Phillips, Drew Baldridge, Chris Rogers)
4. “Bring You Back” (Carson Chamberlain, Wyatt McCubbin)
5. “Pain Pain”  (Carson Chamberlain, Wyatt McCubbin, Jimmy Yeary)
6. “Pour Whiskey On My Grave” (Jami Grooms, Marty Brown)
7. “Sometimes I Pray” (Jacob Bryant, Josh Phillips)
8. “Wrong Way Home” (Taylor Phillips, Sam Grow, Brock Berryhill)
9. “Hot Mess” (Bridgett Tatum, Kimberly Kelly)
10. “Practice What I Preach” (Jacob Bryant, Jami Grooms)
11. “When I Get On A Roll”  (Tony Stampley, Trent Tomlinson, Ashe Underwood)
12. “One More Night With You” (Jesse Triplett, Alex Hall)

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