Bailey Easterwood
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Bailey Easterwood


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Two full CD's are available: It's All Bueno and Easy Listening.



Bailey Easterwood - The 19 year-old singer/songwriter from Cullman, Alabama. Bailey is a chicken farmer by day and performer by night. Having grown up in a southern farming family Bailey was introduced to southern rock bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molley Hatchet, and The Allman Brothers at an early age. When asked about his childhood Bailey said, "I cut my teeth on all the old classic rock tunes. I mean, I could sing 'Sweet Home Alabama' before I could say my name."
Bailey delivers a deep message with catchy and upbeat hooks. He draws his style from such artists as Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson, and tobyMac, along with his southern rock influnces. With a mission to serve the Lord God Almighty as well as embrace the joys of love and life, Bailey has set out to play the local coffee shop scene of North Alabama, but plans to move out in the future. Having hit such hot spots as the Moxie Java and Berklee Bob's Whole Earth Store, Bailey is well on his way to a bright future. He has one CD available "It's All Bueno" and a new one set to release in July. His first CD contains songs of life and a new found love. "When I started 'Bueno', I had never been in love. I always wrote about things we go through in life. We always seem to want more from it, but in the end I discovered love fills almost every void imaginable. Hopefully, I can make enough bread with this music career to marry my love while still promoting the bliss that I want every listener to feel."
Bailey's shows are always exciting. Wheter it's a full band performance or a solo acoustic act, Bailey always brings the fun. When asked which he prefers, solo or with a band, Bailey said this, "Both have great qualities. I love the energy of a band show. I love getting the audience fired up and excited, because I've been in there seat before. The key word here is entertainment. However, I do love the intimacy of an acoustic show. Playing covers and original songs in a coffee house is always a good time. You can reach out more to individuals in that enviroment."
Bailey is more than ready to pursue and to reach out to those looking for a positive influence. "It beats picking up eggs all day," he says with a grin. Stay tuned for more updates on Bailey and the band at