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The Countrytown & KIX Country Centre Stage Artist is Bryce Sainty

17 April 2023 | 2:37 pm | Mallory Arbour

Countrytown in partnership with KIX Country is proud to announce Bryce Sainty as our ‘Centre Stage’ artist.

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Countrytown in partnership with KIX Country is proud to announce contemporary country singer-songwriter, Bryce Sainty as this week’s ‘Centre Stage’ artist. Every fortnight, we'll be shining a light on a single artist across all platforms including online features, airplay, and social support.

Sainty was raised in a big sporting family. Encouraged by his parents to learn something his creative, he followed his brother in learning guitar. It was his first listen to Keith Urban’s Golden Road that put him on his musical path. He later began singing and songwriting. Around 18-years-old he won a local singing competition on a local country music radio station and part of his prize was to record a single with Rod McCormack.

That single, Message In A Bottle, was picked up by radio and peaked at #8 on iTunes – and he has since never looked back. Following the success of his 2018 breakout single, Never Going Back as well as Eleven Eleven, co-written with Morgan Evans, Sainty performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival on the main stage as part of the huge 'Live and Loud' concert.

The CMAA Academy of Country Music graduate has performed at some of Nashville’s most iconic venues including The Bluebird Cafe and The Listening Room Café and with some of Australia’s biggest artists including The Wolfe Brothers, Tim Freedman (The Whitlams) and Andrew Farriss (INXS).

In 2022, he released his EP, Hometown, which accumulated over 3 million streams and features the singles Hometown Anthem, Just Chillin’, Sunday Best, Love Doesn’t Work Like That and This Summer’s The One. The latter ranked #63 on our biggest songs of the year chart, after peaking at #4 on the Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart. 

Sainty also joined Kora Naughton on the duet Last This Summer, from her 2021 album, Nineteen. He also recruited Taylor Moss for the re-recorded duet version of Sunday Best.

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Co-written with The Wolfe Brothers and produced by Rod McCormack, his latest single, Sideline is the first single in a new era of music for Sainty. With powerful lyrics, Sideline is an upbeat motivational country song about standing up and following your dreams.

Sideline is a personal message to myself, to motivate me to keep following my dreams and I hope that I can inspire others to follow their dreams when listening to the song,” Sainty says.

Sainty continues to make waves in the country music world with a massive 2023 planned full of new music and performing at festivals including Cruisin’ Country 2023.


To keep up to date with Bryce Sainty, follow him on Facebook here.