Adrian Brannan‘s latest album, “Desert Dwelling Mama,” is currently charting on two Billboard Music Charts, in the top 20 on the iTunes Country Music Charts, and has just won the New Horizon Western Heritage Award presented by the National Cowboy Museum.
“The Western Heritage Awards honors individuals who have made significant contributions to Western heritage through creative works in literature, music, television and film that share the great stories of the American West.”
“”Desert Dwelling Mama” is a heartfelt and emotional translation of life in the west through bluesy sounds and the soulful songwriting Adrian has become known for throughout the cowboy, and now outlaw music genre.”
Adrian took to Facebook to say, “I’m so excited, proud, honored and giddy to announce my album Desert Dwelling Mama has won the New Horizon Western Heritage Award.
The fact that an album which tackles topics like abuse alongside cowboying and the west, has gone from the top #10 on the Country Music Charts, to winning an award like this alongside some of the most awe-inspiring and talented folks, is the cherry on top of an incredible journey with a record that has saved me in more ways than I can count.
Words cannot describe what I’m feeling right now, so I’ll just say thank you.
All the joy. All the happy tears, all the love.”
The Western Heritage Awards Ceremony takes place Saturday, April 18, 2020 at The National Cowboy Museum. Click here for more information.