Ends of the Earth
ACM Award-winning singer/songwriter, Brandon Ray, has established his career over the past decade in Nashville, TN releasing top 40 singles, performing over 150 shows a year opening for artists like Dan + Shay, Willie Nelson, Chase Rice, and more.
As a songwriter, he has landed top placements with many major brands for TV and film.
Growing up in west Texas, Brandon started playing guitar at age 13. Upon graduation from high school, the rock band, which he fronted, joined the Vans Warped Tour and traveled throughout the U.S. After moving to Nashville, Ray was hired as a guitarist/background singer for artists Brett Eldredge and Florida Georgia Line. In the spring of 2018, he signed a production deal with Keith Urban and Ross Copperman. Under their production, he released singles “Ends of the Earth” and “Small Talkin,” as well as a 6-song EP titled “Body Language.” He was awarded the ACM Lifting Lives Award in 2019. He then shifted his focus by starting a new band called Badland Sons whose sound is influenced by Eagles, Old Dominion, & The Band CAMINO. Their debut single “Crowded House” featuring Lucie Silvas was “Spotlight of the Week” on Bobby Bones iHeart Top 30 Countdown.
Most recently, his songs have been placed with NFL Network, Norwegian Cruise Line, and other major brands. His song “In This Together” was chosen as the theme song for Fox Presents iHeart Living Room Concert for America hosted by Elton John. His latest single "We Can Get Through This" releases Friday!