NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Bradley and Chadley Brassfield, sons of Chester and Robbie Brassfield of Houston, made the move to Nashville, Tenn., four years ago to pursue careers as recording artists in country music.
They teamed up with singer/songwriter Aly Cutter and together they formed the harmonious trio Brassfield Aly.
They’re currently produced by hit-songwriter Kenny Beard, who also produces Trace Adkins and other artists. They recently signed a record deal with Black River Entertainment (home of Craig Morgan and Kellie Pickler), and their new single “Cheap Shades” debuted on Sirius XM’s radio station “The Highway” last week.
According to group members, early response to the song has been great, and XM has promised to continue to play it based on listener support and downloads.
Listeners can show their support of these hometown boys by downloading “Cheap Shades” on iTunes, Amazon or Google Play and by requesting it on Facebook or Twitter, posting it to @SXMTheHighway and using the hashtag #OnTheHorizon.
Don’t forget to send photos to Brassfield Aly on Facebook, posing in your cheap shades!