Born in the small town of Fairhope, Alabama, singer/songwriter Brandon White began his musical journey at home with his family. His father taught him the art of songwriting while his mother taught him how to play the piano at an early age. Growing up as the son of a youth minister, he would write songs for the youth ministry with his brothers while performing in choir and local bands during his high school years. These foundations are where Brandon’s writing, soulful singing, and love of melodies first developed.
After high school Brandon made the move to Nashville to pursue a career in music. As an innovative guitar player, he performed in bands in the southeast for the next three years. While perusing Myspace ads looking for fellow musicians to play with he stumbled across Atlantic Records recording artist, Michael Warren. Soon after, the two moved to LA together and began co-writing sessions. Upon arrival in the City of Angels, Brandon landed a day job engineering with the prestigous Paramount studios. Working with artists day in and day out he realized that his passion was in co-writing and helping others create the songs that you hear on the radio. His engineering skills, musical talent and his continuation to crafting these songs landed him a publishing contract with Universal Music Group in 2010.