Country music star HARDY to perform hometown show at Brandon Amphitheater this fall

Country music star HARDY to perform hometown show at Brandon Amphitheater this fall

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This fall, the Brandon Amphitheater is set to host a live performance by HARDY, a multi-award winning country music singer and songwriter from Philadelphia, Mississippi.

ARDY’s songwriting credits span across various notable country music artists including Florida Georgia Line, Chris Lane, Blake Shelton, Dallas Smith, Thomas Rhett, and Morgan Wallen. In addition to penning hits for others, he also has an accomplished solo career. He released his first album, “A Rock” under the Big Loud Records label, as well as the popular mixtape “Hixtape, Vol. 1”. Some of his most successful singles include “Rednecker”, “One Beer” and his feature on “Some Things Never Change”.

In 2019, HARDY earned his initial nomination for the Country Music Association awards, where he was in the running for Song of the Year with “God’s Country,” a track co-written by Devin Dawson and Jordan Schmidt for Blake Shelton. Despite the nomination, he missed out on the award that year.

The following year, HARDY was once again nominated for two categories in the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards, including Song of the Year for “God’s Country” and Songwriter of the Year. He went on to receive three nominations in 2021, including New Male Artist, Songwriter of the Year, and Music Event of the Year for “One Beer,” a song he co-wrote with Devin Dawson and Lauren Alaina. However, he was unable to secure a win that year.

At the 2022 Academy of Country Music Awards, HARDY received two nominations but didn’t win the award for New Male Artist, which went to Parker McCollum. Nevertheless, he did receive the Academy of Country Music’s Songwriter of the Year award that year, marking his first ACM win.

HARDY is set to take the stage in Brandon on Oct. 7. Tickets go on sale May 12.