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Braydon Zink at Brass Hall

Date: Feb 10, 2018
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Brass Hall - (888) 503-8842
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(888) 503-8842
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Based in Austin, Braydon Zink hails from the small town of Iliff Colorado. While attending college in Grand Junction to become a 3rd generation lineman, Zink set free a different long brewing craft. At age ten he was introduced to the organ by his grandmother and began learning gospel songs. While attending elementary school he played trumpet and learned how to read music. In sixth grade, with $30 saved, Zink bought his first guitar from Walmart and taught himself to play by listening to his grandparents’ Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash records. Throughout high school he was more involved with sports but continued to play guitar during any little free time. As fate would have it, Zink suffered from severe concussions keeping him from pursuing his dream of playing college sports. Instead he turned to playing his guitar, singing and writing his own songs while performing all over northeastern Colorado. Confident by his loyal following, Zink set his sights on Austin — known as the "Live Music Capital of the World." Zink's music is considered Texas Country, Red Dirt with Outlaw Country and Southern Rock influences. He has been living in Austin for about three years now and has been an opening act for Turnpike Troubadours, Johnny Rodriguez, and Hal Ketchum, just to name a few.

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*Tickets Can Be Picked Up at Brass Hall the Day of Show.
*Tickets are Non-Refundable.
*21 and up ONLY!

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