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With his sleek tenor and sunny personality, Brett Altman is making one powerful introduction.
— Atwood Magazine
[Brett Altman] has honed-in on a midsummer’s sound between the blues and folk-pop stylings of John Mayer and Jason Mraz.
— PopMatters
Brett Altman is a breath of fresh air. His music is inspiring, filled with passion, and carries a positive message.
— IndieNation
Brett Altman is making waves with the recent release of his first single, Come Find Me.
— Hoboken Girl
With the help of Sony Music, self-defined “late-bloomer” Brett Altman’s dream of inspiring others through his music is quickly becoming a reality.
— TAP INTO LIVINGSTON
 

BIO (short form)

A self-described late bloomer, Brett Altman didn’t sing publicly until the age of 20. Just 21 months later, he performed in front of a crowd of 17,000 at Penn State University for a talent competition, which he won. He has since won Indie Nation’s Viral Music Competition, and released his first single, “Come Find Me”, through Sony Music’s The Orchard. His follow up single, “Vacancy Signs”, described by PopMatters as a “smooth and summery slice of pop,” highlights Altman’s “sweet, soulful croon”.

Since moving to Hoboken in 2015, Altman has established himself in the Tri-State area music scene through gigs at The Bitter End NYC, PIANOS, The Bowery Electric, and other local venues. His upbeat music is a fusion of pop, rock, and soul, with songwriting that illuminates moments of everyday life. His biggest musical influences are John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran, and Dave Matthews Band.

With his duo partner, Max Perkins, Altman is set to release a series of singles leading up to his first EP.

 

 

BIO (long form)

A self-described late bloomer, Brett Altman didn’t sing publicly until the age of 20. Just 21 months later, he performed in front of a crowd of 17,000 at Penn State University for a talent competition, which he won. He has since won Indie Nation’s Viral Music Competition, and released his first single, “Come Find Me”, through Sony Music’s The Orchard. His follow up single, “Vacancy Signs”, described by PopMatters as a “smooth and summery slice of pop,” highlights Altman’s “sweet, soulful croon”.

The 27-year-old always had a passion for music—watching “American Idol” religiously as a child and envying his musical father’s confidence on stage—but was too shy to explore his own talents, and focused his energy instead on a dream of becoming a professional basketball player. It wasn’t until his roommates at Penn State heard Altman singing in his room and encouraged him to audition for Penn State Idol that he mustered up the courage to perform publicly. Shortly thereafter, he taught himself guitar to begin his development as an artist.

Since moving to Hoboken in 2015, Altman has established himself in the Tri-State area music scene through performances at venues such as The Bitter End NYC, PIANOS, and The Bowery Electric. By day, Altman helps companies obtain loans and manage their cash, and by night, he enjoys bringing people together through his music. His upbeat music is a fusion of pop, rock, and soul, with songwriting that illuminates moments of everyday life. His biggest musical influences are John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran, and Dave Matthews Band.

Altman’s current project is a collaboration with friend and bandmate, Max Perkins. Max and Altman were first introduced during a roommate interview process in the summer of 2017. While Altman’s cat allergies prevented the two from becoming roommates, the duo’s songwriting chemistry quickly united them as partners. With Max, Altman is set to release a series of singles leading up to Altman’s first EP.

 

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