ABOUT BRANDON HALE
Brandon Hale, a Seattle native, has always been a creative soul. He was accepted into an Art and Music program in high school that was awarded to his school through a federal grant, and that's where he truly discovered his passion for painting, sculpting, writing, singing, and playing guitar.
But Brandon's artistic journey didn't stop there. He spent many summers at his grandpa's bar in the remote northwestern corner of Montana called Yaak, where he fell in love with classic outlaw country singers like Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams Jr. thanks to his grandpa's trusty jukebox.
In 2000, Brandon headed to Bozeman, MT, to study media and theatre arts at MSU. It was there, in 2006, that he formed his band "The Dirty Shame," named after one of the few untamed bars in Yaak. But Brandon's creative pursuits don't stop at music. He's also passionate about film, painting, graphic design, voice-over acting, and songwriting.
In 2013, Brandon tied the knot with his wife Stefanie, and they currently reside in Bozeman. Brandon is currently hard at work writing and producing his first solo album while still performing with his band. With his unique background and natural talent, Brandon is sure to make a name for himself in the world of art and music.