Brad Saunders is an Alberta-based Country music star that, in just a few short years, has made a name for himself in the music industry. Brad has had the opportunity to open for the likes of Aaron Pritchett, Brett Kissel and Thomas Rhett and performed at several notable country festivals including Country Thunder, Big Valley Jamboree, and the Calgary Stampede. He was a Top 10 Finalist in the Ole “On the Spot” Competition hosted at CCMA Week. He wrote the Stampede Anthem for Cowboys Calgary, which earned him an appearance on CMT Canada, and most recently won the top award in Project Wild 2017, his second year as a contestant.
Brad has spent a lot of time working in Nashville writing with many reputable songwriters such as Phil O’Donnell, Bruce Wallace, Erik Dylan, and many others.
Saunders’ natural talent is immediately apparent, though he proudly credits his father for passing on the gift of music to him as a young boy. In fact, some of Brad’s earliest memories are of his father strumming his guitar, playing him and his brothers to sleep at night. Something Brad now finds himself doing in his own home, for his daughter.
With unparalleled grit and unrivalled mastery of musical entertainment, Brad Saunders relentlessly perseveres in his pursuit of continual success in the music business, dazzling audiences with his own unique blend of bravado and his seemingly effortless, expertly crafted stage performance.
Much of Brad's time and proceeds from his music go directly to helping those in need and supporting his chosen charities. Project Wild’s artist development program has been a big component of this chapter in Brad’s career.
With his work ethic, dedication and giving nature, it comes as no surprise that people are drawn to Brad Saunders. Follow along for more exciting news, releases and tour dates in 2018.