Bransen Ireland

Bransen Ireland

 Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Energy and Passion describe Bransen Ireland as an aritst. His songs hold a truth and message that is not easy to come by in a cookie cutter day and age. Sonically Ireland has produced a sound like none other in todays market.


Bransen Ireland, a native of Blue Springs, Missouri, was a fan of country music from an early age, cutting his teeth on high energy bands or “anyone who could rock out.” His experience in Midwestern small town living provided life lessons that would inspire his future songwriting. Bransen graduated from high school in Blue Springs, Missouri, where he was star quarterback and three-time All District and All Conference golfer. He picked up a guitar for the first time as a student at Ottawa University where he began putting those early life experiences into words and chords that would eventually capture the hearts and minds of his audiences.

Ireland eventually took his songs to a local Kansas City bar where the response was overwhelming and opened many doors for him to perform his unique brand of country music. This likeable performer has played over 100 shows including opening for John Rich,Rodney Atkins, The Band Perry, Lee Brice, The JaneDear Girls, Chris Young, and Justin Moore. The September 2010 issue of Country Weekly Magazine quotes country star Lee Brice who describes Bransen as “a natural.” With drive and determination seldom seen in young men his age, Ireland wants to continue connecting with audiences on a more personal level and is committed to doing that very thing.

Bransen Ireland’s first EP, “The Hat,” released July 2011, is now available on iTunes.

Fans are excited to see his new music video, “Fly Around,” slated to be released Sept 2011
which will further showcase Bransen’s unique style.

Set List

Mohicans Intro
Fast and Wild
Before She Does
Blame It On Waylon
It Ain't Killed Me Yet
Hank It
Cuts Like A Knife
Small Town
Real Angel
Acoustic 1-3 optional
Fly Around
Tattoos On This Town
Don't Go There
Bonnie and Clyde
Lonesome Song
Cheap Beer and Three Dollar Wine
Have A Drink On Me