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    Skyrocketing breakout country artist Bailey Zimmerman premiered the official music video for latest release, “Where It Ends,” today (WATCH HERE). Director Chris Ashlee brings to life the dramatic conclusion of a three-part narrative arc detailing the ultimate demise of a toxic relationship.

    “Where It Ends” ranks #4 inside the Top 10 of Billboard’s Country Streaming Songs chart this week, alongside his explosive hit “Rock And A Hard Place” (#3) and current Top 20 radio single “Fall In Love” (#9). In addition, all three tracks are inside the Top 40 of their all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart As the 11th most-streamed country song of the year, “Fall In Love” has been streamed by fans more than 230 million times worldwide AND IS CURRENTLY TOP 10 ON BILLBOARD’S HOT COUNTRY SONGS CHART AND TOP 40 ON THEIR ALL-GENRE HOT 100 CHART. “Rock and A Hard Place” BECAME THE HIGHEST NON-MORGAN WALLEN COUNTRY SONG PREMIERE OF THE YEAR UPON RELEASE, DEBUTING AT #1 ON BILLBOARD’S COUNTRY STREAMING SONGS AND COUNTRY DIGITAL SONG SALES CHARTS, #2 ON THEIR HOT COUNTRY SONGS CHART, #24 ON THEIR ALL-GENRE HOT 100 CHART. It was also the #1 most streamed country song of the week and #23 most-streamed song of the week all-genre in the US.

    Zimmerman continues to “forge new territory for a modern country crossover” (Billboard), having recently announced that every single date on his first-ever headlining trek is now completely sold out. HE HAS EARNED A CONSTANTLY RISING TOTAL OF NEARLY 500 MILLION GLOBAL STREAMS TO DATE AND CURRENTLY RANKS TOP 10 ON BILLBOARD’S COUNTRY SONGWRITERS CHART AND TOP 20 ON THEIR ALL-GENRE ARTIST 100 CHART. Before his whirlwind rise since releasing his very first song in 2021, the twenty-two-year-old was born and raised in the small town of Louisville, IL. He grew up listening to hour after hour of country radio on long hauls across state lines with his father, who owned a trucking business, while back at home his mom instilled in him a life-long appreciation for the power chords and edgy vocals of 80’s hair rock. But it was time spent at the family’s car dealership where he learned the art of telling stories, listening to Grandpa Speedy and his oldest friends would sit and tell stories capture people’s attention with their words.

    At the age of sixteen, Zimmerman got his first job at the local meat processing plant and hasn’t stopped working since. From long hours on the gas pipeline, to late nights of backbreaking roadwork, he embodies the old school American values of hard work and dependability and applies the same steadfast mentality to his music. Through his plainspoken charm, contagious enthusiasm and genuine portrayal of life on the back roads, the up-and-comer has already attracted a loyal and passionate fan base. With more new music on the horizon, featuring the grit and gravel of his unmistakably Southern drawl, Zimmerman will continue to showcase the straightforward authenticity for which he is known and loved.