Born in May, 1990, Brett Kissel is a singer and a song writer based out of Canada and is officially signed with Warner Music Canada. He was born and brought up in Flat Lake, Alberta and one of his major genres is Country Music. He started with his career in 2003 ad has been working ever since and not with just one but a lot many brands all around the world.
Brett Kissel is the son of Gordon and Brenda Kissel and he spent most of his childhood on a cattle ranch. It is his family business. the ranch has been his family business since the time of his great, great grandparents. However, Brett had different plans for his life. Brett has a lot of love for his family in his heart and that is the reason he also mentioned his family in one of his songs which is Country in my Blood. He was quite passionate to learn from music especially guitar and he did too during his time in his hometown for about a year and later at the Pelletier Guitar Camp.
Career and Achievements of Brett Kissel
Kissel recorded his debut album when he was only 12 years old and it was called Keepin’ It Country. Later he came up with two more songs Tennessee Flat Top Box and Big River. Since he had a ranching background, he became quite famous in various rodeo communities as well as agricultural communities too. With the support of his fans, he also launched a lot of independent albums like Tried and True, By Request, My Roots Run, A Canadian Tribute, and many more. His song was played more than 10,000 times and then there was no looking back.
Brett Kissel Tornado Relief Concert
Recently Brett was one of those victim of the Nashville Tornado but, his home survived this natural calamity. So, he decided to go on concert for raising fund in order to help victims of disastrous Nashville Tornado. After this announcement, just within five minutes all tickets were sold out which priced at $60. Thus, Brett asked for permission to release more tickets and just recently, more tickets have been released as well. Nashville Tornado Fund Raiser concert will take place on 20th March 2020 in Wilmington, Ohio.
Brett Kissel Biography
|Real Name||Brett Kissel|
|Birth Date||May 27, 1990|
|Birth Place||Flat Lake, Alberta, Canada|
Brett Kissel Height, Weight and Body Measurement
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 9” – in centimeters – 175 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 71 kg – in Pounds – 156 lbs|
|Chest Size||34 inches|
|Waist Size||32 inches|
|Biceps Size||15 inches|
|Shoe Size||9 (US)|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
Brett Kissel Affairs (Relationship Status)
|What is Brett Kissel marital status? (single, engaged, married, in relation or divorce)||Married|
|How many children does Brett Kissel have?||Three (Mila Elizabeth Kissel, Leo Brett Kissel)|
|Is Brett Kissel having any relationship affair?||No|
|Is he Gay?||No|
|Who is Brett Kissel wife?||Cecilia Kissel|
|Dream Holiday Destination||Not Known|
|Favorite Food||Not Known|
Brett Kissel Net Worth & Sources of Income:
Singing and song writing are two of his major sources of income. He is also a guitarist and has been on a number of tours all around the world. He has released so many independent albums and performed in so many shows as well. Brett has been honoured with so many awards during his work life including Rising Star Award, Male Artist of the Year, Song Writer of the Year, Single of the Year, Video of the Year, and so many more. His net income has been evaluated to be in 2019 is $1 million to $5 million approximately.
Trivia: Important Facts about Brett Kissel:
There are a lot of things that people don’t know about Brett Kissel. However, one of the things that tops it all is how he developed interest in the industry and who is responsible for it. well, it was his grandmother. When he was 6 years old, his grandmother gifted him a guitar and ever since he developed interest in it, learned to play it, and since then he has never left it. One other thing about him that very less people know is that he is a huge fan of Johnny Cash. When Cash’s wife died, he wrote him a letter. However, unfortunately he also died a few months later. Thought, Cash left him a letter and it said, ‘Dear Brett, Jesus First, Johnny Cash.’