Bryant grew up in the mountains of north Georgia where at 8 years old he first started playing guitar. Growing up “I listened to Bluegrass music" he explained. As he got older, Jacob started playing in church where he served as leader of the youth group.
The singer/songwriter continued to hone his craft and took his show on the road after graduating from high school, but It was New Year’s Day 2010 when his life changed forever. I was on my way to Nashville when I got the call about my mom dying and my whole world fell apart.” Bryant began a downhill spiral in the throes of addiction. He turned to songwriting to process his grief and wrote “Sometimes I Pray” as tribute to his mother and later tracked a song that depicted his battle with demons in “This Side Of Sober.”
Look for a new "Unplugged Vol 2" release this fall and another new single in November.