Breaking Southwest signed with NASH Records under the Big Machine Label Group in January of 2016. Breaking Southwest has roots deeply planted in country music, but a close listen to their sound reveals a whispering of rock n’ roll, jazz, pop, punk, classical, and soul influences.

The 2015 NASH Next winning trio is made up of Texas natives Kent Bell (Vocals/Guitar), Kyle Gaston (Guitar), and Lauren Hall (Fiddle/Vocals). They’ve performed alongside Kacey Musgraves, Kellie Pickler, Billy Currington, Kansas, Rick Springfield, and more.

Their first single, “Ghost Town,” was written by the GRAMMY-nominated Jonathan Singleton and songwriter Josh Thompson, and was produced by GRAMMY-winner Julian Raymond. The group is in the studio working on their debut album.

“Ghost Town” is available on iTunes & Google Play.