At 13, Brianna picked up a guitar and taught herself to play, and began writing songs. She’s made her way from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to Nashville, Tennessee. Brianna started playing Honky Tonks almost as soon as she arrived, and at 14 was one of the youngest artists to ever play the clubs on Lower Broadway. At 15 years old, Brianna continued to impress music fans with solo sets
and the introduction of her original music. She was invited to perform at Tootsie’s World Famous Orchid Lounge’s 56th anniversary on the big stage with artists Montgomery Gentry, Love and Theft, Joe Diffie, Darryl Worley and Randy Houser. As Brianna Alomar celebrates her sweet sixteen, she has now released her first EP, produced by Nashville’s own Dave Baker. She filled the house as the featured artist at HARD ROCK CAFÉ Mall of America, and opened the TREE TOWN FESTIVAL in Forest City, Iowa for Thomas Rhett, Alan Jackson, Big and Rich, High Valley, Chris Young and Jason Aldean. After Treetown, Brianna was invited by Big & Rich to open for them at DELLWOOD COUNTRY FEST. This July, Brianna opened LAKE FRONT MUSIC FEST alongside David Nail & Billy Currington. This August, Brianna charted at #2 on Billboard’s Hot Single Sales. Brianna is currently in the studio working on her next album, but can be seen at festivals throughout the summer. Connect with Brianna at briannaalomar.com, Instagram, Facebook & Twitter to see why more than 50,000 fans are anxiously awaiting her new release!