Brecken Miles was a top ten finalist in the 2018 Nash Next Competition. He has shared the stage with Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Luke Combs, Cam, Blake Shelton, Phil Vassar, Big & Rich, Justin Moore, and most recently, Chris Janson.
His far-reaching musical influences range from Garth Brooks to Johnny Cash, and even include James Taylor. He’s performed in venues ranging from the gigantic Summerfest (Lake Michigan), Wisconsin State Fair, Allstate Arena (Chicago, IL), Country Thunder (Twin Lakes, WI), and FM 106.1 New Faces Class of 2018 at Potawatomi Casino to the intimate, world-class Bluebird Café.
Music runs in the family: his father is a musician, and Miles followed that tradition, picking up his first guitar at the age of 10. He was raised in the small town of Colgate, Wisconsin where The Eagles, James Taylor, Springsteen, and AC/DC ruled the household airwaves. Brecken fell in love with Country music at a Kenny Chesney concert (2003) and never looked back.
In 2008, he became the front man/lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the popular Milwaukee-based band Bella Cain, performing over 200 shows a year until leaving the group in 2015. He has since gone solo, made Nashville his second home, signed an exclusive publishing deal with Rhyme Partners Music Publishing and released two Top 50 Music Row chart singles, “The Anchor” and “I’m Good With That” and the radio friendly “Liar Out Of Me.”
“Meghan,” Miles’ 4th single, is an honest heartfelt ballad depicting the struggles in his relationship over the past few years and is currently on country radio.
He’s a proud CMA member and a devoted spokesperson for Generations Against Bullying, a Milwaukee-based charity for which he wrote “God Loves,” the organization’s theme song.