Brian Stace has released three CDs, Country Music Ain’t Noise Pollution, Blue Eyed Bad Boy and Makin’ Changes. Stace and his band have toured through Kosovo, Iraq, Italy, Germany and most recently, Afghanistan to play shows for our troops. He’s played at some of country music’s biggest festivals throughout the country like Country Thunder, Country Fest, Cadott, Hodag, Moondance Jammin’ and more! He has opened for Junior Brown, Terry Clark, Shooter Jennings, and Darryl Worley. He is the total package of star-quality talent, drive and professionalism. His is the inspirational story of the blue-collar American dream in action and coming true.
Stace hails from the farming communities of southern Wisconsin. Since he was a teenager, this cowboy was no stranger to a hard day’s work: From milking cows, harvesting tobacco, and picking rocks in the hot summers of Wisconsin to removing asbestos & working construction.
Stace finally found comfort in his life by listening to his heart and pursuing his dream of writing and singing Country music. He experienced divine inspiration after a near death experience crash landing in a Southwest jet. Soon after, he re-evaluated his priorities in life and eventually changed everything about what he was doing and discovered his God-given talent for music. He has a voice that is beautiful and honest. He has a natural ability to write songs and work with songwriters, turning his own experiences into lyrics that are sassy, sexy and untamed. And he has a stage presence that drives audiences wild!
Stace released his first album, “Country Music Ain’t Noise Pollution,” which received international airplay. Encouraged by this initial success, he put together a team of professionals in Nashville to record another CD, “Blue Eyed Bad Boy.” The project was recorded in Nashville by Two Monkeys Productions producers Kent Wells and Tony Smith (Dolly Parton, Joe Nichols, and Keith Urban). His first single off the album, “I Don’t Wanna Wish I Had,” was well received, moving quickly up the charts and getting airplay at radio stations all over the nation. While touring in Iraq he finished shooting his music video for the single, “Honey Get Your Clothes Off (Daddy’s Comin’ Home),” with the soldiers. He has also appeared on major television stations throughout the United States, including Tennessee, Wisconsin, Texas, California, and Arkansas.
Brian Stace is the total package of star-quality talent, drive, and professionalism…an entertainer primed for success! He speaks the language of working men and women. Stace, is one of the most creative, down-to-earth, hardworking, country music talents today.