By: Greg Sacidor
Brett Eldredge will take to the stage for a performance during Sunday’s (April 2) ACM Awards and the “Wanna Be That Song” artist says he has a “bag of tricks” ready for it.
The 31-year-old country artist told 92.5 XTU’s Razz on the Radio that he has some surprises ready for his ACM Awards performance, however he must keep them a secret.
What isn’t a secret though is his musical influence, who he had no problem talking about after he pulled a question from the XTU cup of questions.
Eldredge said that without a doubt the legendary Frank Sinatra is the artist he looks up to the most. No matter how many times he visits Las Vegas, the site of the ACM Awards, he still stops to take a picture of Frank Sinatra Boulevard.
When it comes to his music, Eldredge said that new music is almost done and his next album, which will feature his single “Somethin’ I’m Good At,” is getting close.
Hopefully the album will be ready when he visits Philadelphia in September as part of Luke Bryan’s Huntin’, Fishin’, and Lovin’, Everyday tour.