Contact: Mark Logsdon
Phone: (615) 739-4916
The Country Network is set to premiere the music video for Brandon Collins latest single Blame It On Nashville on Monday, September 28 at 9 AM. The debut single was recently released in August and immediately garnered praise from fans and the industry including a spot on the coveted Academy of Country Music's ACM New Music Friday Playlist on Spotify. Blame It On Nashville is an emotive tune about falling in love and breaking up among the magic of  Music City. Brandon dives deep into the difficulty of getting over an ex when everything around him serves as a constant reminder.
The video was directed by Quinton Cook (Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Blake Shelton and Dustin Lynch) and was captured during the pandemic, which created a unique opportunity and hurdle for Brandon.
"When we scheduled the shoot for Blame It on Nashville, it certainly posed challenges as we were faced with managing a video crew while doing our best to ensure social distancing and safety," recalls Brandon. "On the other hand, because of the quarantine orders, it allowed us to film a nearly barren downtown further capturing the emptiness and downfall of the lyrics."
Brandon's video will air at the following times, in each viewer’s time zone, on the network this week.  Please note, the website live stream and the app are streamed in the Eastern Time Zone.
Date: Monday, September 28
Air Times: 9 AM and 3:26 PM
Date: Tuesday, September 29
Air Times: 8:35 AM and 2:37 PM
Date: Wednesday, September 30
Air Times: 6:07 AM and 1:39 PM
Date: Thursday, October 1
Time: 7:36 AM and 5:07 PM
Date: Friday, October 2
Air Times: 1:06 PM and 11:25 PM
To find your local affiliate, click here.
In addition to the video premiere, Brandon recently shared his music and helped lift spirits with a virtual visit to the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt via the Ryan Seacrest Foundation's Seacrest Studios.
Fans in the Middle Tennessee area can also tune in on Tuesday, September 29 to WSMV's NBC Channel 4 show "Today in Nashville" and catch an acoustic performance of Blame It on Nashville on "Today in Nashville" at 11 AM CT. 
To purchase or stream Blame it on Nashville, visit: Brandon debuted the single with The Boot in August and has been spotlighted in outlets like the Billboard, Country Music Chat,  Digital Journal, Music Row, The Country Note, Stars and Guitars and Vents Magazine. While this release marked his debut push to the country music industry, fans have probably already seen him in ad campaigns for Marvel, Nike, Samsung and SONY or in his numerous TV appearances. Before making the move to Nashville, Brandon spent time in L.A. where he simultaneously pursued acting and modeling alongside his music securing spots in hit TV series like "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit," "McFarland, USA," and an ION holiday film "A Husband for Christmas."
Influenced by the sounds of Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, as their hits dominated the airwaves during his childhood on his family's alfalfa and cattle farm in Oklahoma, Brandon's music has acquired a grassroots fan base playing clubs across the Midwest, California and the Southeast. Fans can keep up with Brandon at the following links:
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About Brandon Collins
Reared on a cattle and alfalfa farm just outside of Oklahoma City, Brandon grew up on a radio dial that was filled with the hits of Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw.  Throughout his childhood and into his college years, he would traverse through a variety of sports from baseball to racing motocross and even served as a linebacker for the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.  Those years as an athlete laid the groundwork for his focus on fitness and a healthy outdoor lifestyle.  While he was excelling on the gridiron, he also picked up the guitar and began to hone his songwriting and performance craft. After college, Brandon made the move to the entertainment mecca of L.A. to pursue acting, modeling and music.  He would land campaigns for brands like Marvel, Nike, Samsung and SONY.  In addition, he secured roles on an ION holiday film “A Husband for Christmas” and on hit series like “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” and “McFarland, USA.” Brandon made the move to Nashville, Tenn. in 2019 and released his industry debut, Blame It on Nashville, under the production of Steve Freeman (Keith Urban, John Mayer, Taylor Swift & Tim McGraw) in August 2020. 
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