Phoenix native Austin Burke’s musical career began at age three, when he sang the national anthem for both the Diamondbacks and the Suns. At 19, Burke left behind his dreams of playing baseball to pursue a career in country music in Nashville. He spent four years waiting tables, writing songs and saving enough money to record his debut single, “Sleepin’ Around.” The song led to a covetable contract with WME and the opportunity to open for numerous high-profile artists, including Vince Gill and Cole Swindell.
“Whole Lot in Love,” Austin’s latest single, has catapulted him to Spotify stardom. The track boasts more than 42 million streams, and his music has also been featured on Sirius XM’s The Highway. Austin recently released a new single, "One Summer," with new music slated for the near future. Austin can regularly be found touring the U.S., and in the past few months alone, he has been invited to play Watershed Music Festival, The Willamette Country Music Festival and Faster Horses Festival.
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