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Bryan Martin Readie’s Third Album, ‘Poets & Old Souls,’ For March

Bryan Martin. Photo: Josh Russell

Bryan Martin‘s third full-length, studio album, Poets & Old Souls, will drop March 31 via Average Joes Entertainment.

Martin honors his Native American heritage with his new single from the project, “Wolves Cry.” Written solely by Martin, the track preaches hard work and resiliency and offers a glimpse into his upbringing, conveying his pride and appreciation for where he came from.

“’Wolves Cry’ is purely about how I was raised,” Martin explains. “It’s a testament to appreciating your roots, even if you don’t come from much. I want it to serve as a reminder to people not to let your past get in the way of what you really want in life.”

Poets & Old Souls is a collection of personal songs that showcase the Louisiana native’s growth and evolution. It follows Martin’s debut album, If It Was Easy, which detailed his struggle with opiate addiction and mental health, and tells the story of growing up in an oil field family. His sophomore album, Self Inflicted Scars, expanded on his hardships and recounted his suicide attempt at 19.

With his authenticity and lyrical courage, Martin has racked up over 150 million streams. His recently released single, “We Ride,” has earned over 12 million streams across all platforms since its release on Oct. 28

Martin wants to join Warren Zeiders on his “Pretty Little Poison Tour” this spring. The 15-date tour kicks off with a sold out show on March 30 in Peoria, Illinois, with additional stops in Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Denver, Salt Lake City, Sacramento and more.

Hollabaugh, a staff writer at MusicRow magazine, has over 20 years of music business experience and has written for publications including American Profile, CMA Close Up, Nashville Arts And Entertainment, The Boot and Country Weekly. She has a Broadcast Journalism and Speech Communication degree from Texas Christian University, (go Horned Frogs), and welcomes your feedback or story ideas at [email protected] Latest posts by Lorie Hollabaugh (see all)

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