A contemporary nation artist whose refined, upbeat music embraces components of pop and R&B aswell as more traditional flavors, Drew Baldridge was created in Patoka, Illinois in 1992. From a age group, Baldridge was performing in chapel alongside his dad, so when he is at kindergarten, the youngster started acquiring piano lessons, though in his teenagers he switched to guitar. In early stages, Baldridge was a lover of both nation and pop, experiencing Brooks & Dunn and Eric Chapel aswell as Michael Jackson as well as the Backstreet Young boys, and he quickly became a fixture at skill shows around his little hometown. In senior high school, Baldridge was thinking about both music and athletics, playing for the golf ball and baseball groups aswell as performing the Country wide Anthem for the most part of their video games, and after viewing Josh Turner when he was 18, Baldridge made a decision to produce a profession out of nation music. Turning down an athletic scholarship or grant to university, Baldridge shifted to Nashville and honed his abilities like a performer and songwriter. In 2013, Baldridge authorized recording and posting handles THiS Music, liberating his first solitary, “B.Con.O.B.,” in past due 2013. Two even more singles adopted, “All Great” in November 2013 and “She’s Used” in Apr 2014, before he released his 1st EP, the four-song Crossing Nation Lines, in Dec 2014. Another EP, Crossing Nation Lines, Vol. 2, arrived in Apr 2015, and presented two tracks that quickly became lover favorites, “Dance with Ya” and “God’s Front side Porch.” “Dance with Ya” created enough traction how the track was released as an individual in-may 2015; in November 2015 Baldridge authorized a fresh record cope with Chilly River Information, and his first launch for the label was the Dance with Ya EP, which presented the title music along with four fresh amounts. In June 2016, Baldridge released his 1st full-length recording through Chilly River Information, Dirt on Us. The recording once more included “Dance with Ya” aswell as 12 additional paths, including a duet with Emily Weisband (“Rebound”) and a gospel amount sung along with his brothers Mike Baldridge and Doug Baldridge.