Brett Eldredge Has Wise Words Of Advice For Anyone Wondering 'What If'

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Brett Eldredge shared a thoughtful word of advice (and a soulful acoustic rendition) as he marked the anniversary of one of his albums. Sunday Drive debuted in July 2020, and the 12-track collection is one that served as a milestone for Eldredge. He wrote in an Instagram caption on Sunday evening (July 10):

“My album SUNDAY DRIVE was released 2 years ago today!!! This album really changed my life in a lot of ways and helped me find the confidence to go deeper in my personal and musical journey…if you are ever wondering ‘what if’ ‘what if I made the album I really wanted to make, what if I took that job I always wanted to take’ make it, take it…follow your beautiful dreaming heart, life’s short, but the stories last forever:)”

Eldredge’s latest project is Songs About You, which released last month. “I’m so grateful for my journey here. All the tough times, all the craziness, all the highs, all the lows, and I feel like in a lot of ways this record is the first time I’ve heard my full self, and I think when you hear it you’ll see what I’m talking about,” Eldredge said when his latest album debuted. “It’s something really special, and I’ve poured a lot into it.”

See his upcoming tour dates below. See his Instagram post here:

July 22 — Saratoga, CA

July 23 — Bakersfield, CA

July 24 — Las Vegas, NV

July 28 — San Diego, CA

July 29 — Costa Mesa, CA

July 30 — Indio, CA

August 4 — Youngstown, OH

August 5 — Chautauqua, NY

August 6 — Doswell, VA

August 18 — Charlotte, NC

August 19 — Roanoke, VA

August 20 — Greensboro, NC

September 2 — Portsmouth, NH

September 3 — Cohasset, MA

September 4 — Hyannis, MA

September 9 — Madison, WI

September 10 — Waite Park, MN

September 15 — Providence, RI

September 16 — Bensalem, PA

September 17 — Bethlehem, PA

September 22 — Louisville, KY

September 23 — Fort Wayne, IN

September 24 — Saginaw, MI