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Bree Jaxson on new single “Country Heart City Roots”: Who What Where When Why

A native of Baltimore, Maryland, singer-songwriter Bree Jaxson uses the hip-hop, pop, and rock influences of her youth to shape her unique country sound. After graduating from a local performing arts high school, she joined the Air Force in 2010. The Afghanistan combat war veteran now holds the rank of Deputy Commander for Cyberspace Operations in the U.S. Air National Guard.

Throughout her professional career, Bree has traveled the world, seeing different cultures and meeting different people. She tries to express this in her music through honest, open, and relatable lyrics and life stories. Inspirations of hers include Maren Morris, Lauren Alaina, Adele, and Lindsay Ell. Jaxson’s first career single, “Kryptonite,” was released in December 2018. Two years later, she signed a distribution deal with Heart Songs Records. On February 5, 2021, Bree dropped her single “Make Me Hate You” which debuted on Apple Music Country “Best New Song Playlist” and the ACM (Academy of Country Music) New Music Playlist, and her latest single, “Country Heart City Roots” also landed the ACM playlist.

Who:     My name is Bree Jaxson, and I’m a pop-country singer-songwriter from Baltimore, Maryland.

What:    I just released my newest single “Country Heart City Roots”

Where: My new song is available everywhere! Spotify, Itunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, etc.

When:   May 14, 2021

Why:     I always felt I grew up in the wrong place. We had the clubs and restaurants and the crowds of the city, but I knew in my heart that the country life is where I belonged. I wanted to get muddy and drink beer around the bonfires with my friends. I know that the city life has made me who I am and will always be a part of my roots, but the country is where I belong.

Connect with Bree Jaxson – @breejaxsonmusicofficial

GGM Staff


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