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Leon Bridges
Bridges performing at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas in 2016
Bridges performing at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas in 2016
Background information
Birth nameTodd Michael Bridges
Born (1989-07-13) July 13, 1989 (age 33)
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
OriginFort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • multi-instrumentalist
  • record producer
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active2014–present
LabelsColumbia
Night Time Stories
Websitewww.leonbridges.com

Todd Michael "Leon" Bridges (born July 13, 1989) is an American soul singer, songwriter and record producer. He is best known for his 2015 song "Coming Home", which received regular airplay and was also a Top 10 Most Viral Track on Spotify. Bridges' debut album, also titled Coming Home, was released on June 23, 2015, on Columbia Records and subsequently nominated for Best R&B Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

Early life[edit]

Todd Michael Bridges was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 13, 1989.[1][2]

Bridges learned to play the guitar by playing simple chords to accompany his lyrics.[3] While working at Del Frisco's Grille in Fort Worth, he played countless open-mics until he was signed by Columbia Records in December 2014.[4] It was his song "Lisa Sawyer", about his mother's conversion, that first defined his style.[3]

Career[edit]

2014–2015: Coming Home[edit]

Bridges began writing and performing 1950s and '60s-style soul music that was described by Austin 360 as "a transmission straight from the heart."[5] He began to attract followers, and his break into the music industry has been attributed to meeting guitarist Austin Jenkins and Joshua Block of White Denim.[3] It was Bridges' performance of "Coming Home" that caught the attention of the two.[3] Bridges worked on his first few tracks with Jenkins and Block as producers.[6] They recorded an album with vintage equipment, using local musicians affiliated with White Denim.[7] Bridges released two demo songs on Soundcloud in late 2014. "Coming Home" received airplay from local radio stations including KKXT.[7] It attracted the attention from several record labels with Bridges eventually signing with Columbia Records in December 2014.[7]

Bridges and his band at Webster Hall, Manhattan in October 2015

Bridges began his first national tour in January 2015, playing shows in Texas as well as playing support for Sharon Van Etten in New York City.[8][9] His first official single, "Coming Home", was released on Columbia Records in February 2015.[10] The song continued the success of the demo version and became a Top 10 Most Viral Track on Spotify the same month as its release.[11] Bridges toured with Jenkins and Block until they resumed work with White Denim. He also played at the Sundance Film Festival[12] and played at the SXSW festival in 2015.[13]

His debut album was released in the summer of 2015 and has been referred to as a 2015 "Album to Look Forward to From Texans" by The New York Times.[14] Bridges made the cover of Fort Worth, Texas magazine in May 2015[15] for his vocal accomplishments and his distinctive retro style. "Coming Home" is featured in an Apple iPhone 6 commercial.[16] Bridges made his first appearance in the UK as an artist in May when he sold out the London Village Underground.[17] He went on to announce four July dates,[18] ending with a gig at Shepherd's Bush Empire on September 28.[19] Coming Home was nominated for Best R&B Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

Aside from his own shows, Bridges also supported Pharrell Williams at the Apple Music Festival on September 26. While opening at the intimate Roundhouse, he was able to perform songs such as "River", "Better Man" and "Lisa Sawyer" from his debut album Coming Home. Bridges was the featured musical guest on Saturday Night Live on December 5, 2015. He performed "Smooth Sailin'" with a full backup band, and sang "River" with only backup singers and organ, accompanying himself on guitar.[20]

2016–2019: Good Thing and Texas Sun[edit]

Bridges also participated in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis's song "Kevin", which was released on the duo's second full-length album.[21]

On February 24, 2016, Bridges performed in Washington, D.C. as part of the series "In Performance at the White House" for President and Michelle Obama. He performed a song by Ray Charles as well as one of his own songs.[22]

On April 8, 2016,[23] Bridges was the live artist featured on BBC Radio London Robert Elms show. Elms interviewed Bridges briefly, and played track 8, "Pull Away", from the Coming Home album. Bridges was set up to play live with Colin O'Brien. Together they performed a live version of "River". The live track was so well received it was played again as "live track of the week" on the Elms Saturday show on April 9,[24] and again on April 11[25] during a program segment on the best-ever live performances on the Robert Elms show.

Bridges performing at Toyota Music Factory during tour for Good Thing, June 2018

In 2017 "River" received further recognition in the first season of the HBO series Big Little Lies. It was later included on the soundtrack for the show.[26][27]

In 2018, his song "Better Man" was featured in the film Pacific Rim: Uprising. He was the opening act on the South American and Mexican legs of Harry Styles' first solo tour.[28][29] Bridges' second album Good Thing was released on May 4, 2018.[30] He had a cameo appearance in Damien Chazelle's film First Man, playing singer Gil Scott-Heron. Bridges and Gary Clark Jr. appeared together on the song "Gone Away" from rapper Bun B's album Return of the Trill, with Bridges singing the hook and Clark on lead guitar. On May 18,[31] Bridges performed "Beyond" from the album Good Thing on an episode of the BBC series The Graham Norton Show.

In December 2019, Houston, Texas-based trio Khruangbin announced a collaboration and tour with Leon Bridges and released a single titled "Texas Sun" on December 6, 2019. The collaborative EP of the same name was released in February 2020.

2020–present: Gold-Diggers Sound[edit]

On June 8, 2020, Bridges and Terrace Martin released a single titled "Sweeter" in response to the murder of George Floyd on May 25.[32]

Bridges performed at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.[33]

Bridges' third studio album, Gold-Diggers Sound, was released on July 23, 2021.[34]

A second collaborative EP with Khruangbin titled Texas Moon was released on February 18, 2022.[35]

Musical style[edit]

Artistry[edit]

Bridges's style is primarily soul, but resembling 1960s rhythm and blues.[10] The Wall Street Journal described him as a "throwback to '60s-soul a la Otis Redding and Sam Cooke."[36] Bridges performs in vintage clothing; Fort Worth Weekly described him as someone whose "music sounds like he looks."[7]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[37]
AUS
[38]
BEL (FL)
[39]
FRA
[40]
GER
[41]
NL
[42]
NZ
[43]
SPA
[44]
SWI
[45]
UK
[46]
Coming Home 6 8 104 61 89 10 13 49 35 8
Good Thing
  • Released: May 4, 2018[51]
  • Label: Columbia
  • Format: Digital download, CD, vinyl
3 8 17 130 93 22 13 47 40 20
Gold-Diggers Sound
  • Released: July 23, 2021[52]
  • Label: Columbia
  • Format: Digital download, CD, vinyl
17 25 22 81 17 31 51 93
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Extended plays[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions
US
[37]
BEL (FL)
[39]
NZ
[43]
UK
[46]
Louisiana Sun
  • Released: February 5, 2016
  • Label: Columbia (AL88875146291)
  • Format: Vinyl
Texas Sun
(with Khruangbin)
  • Released: February 7, 2020
  • Label: Dead Oceans
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
57
Texas Moon
(with Khruangbin)
  • Released: February 18, 2022
  • Label: Dead Oceans
  • Format: Digital download, streaming
23 4 28
[53]
41

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[54]
US
R&B

[55]
US
Rock

[56]
BEL
(FL)

[39]
BEL (WA)
[57]
CAN
[58]
NL
[42]
NZ
Hot

[59]
UK
[46]
WW
[60]
2015 "Coming Home" [A] 19 [B] [C] [D] Coming Home
"Smooth Sailin'" [E] [F] 66
2016 "Better Man" [G] 57 75
"River"[66] 17
2018 "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand" [H] 57 Good Thing
"Bad Bad News" [I] 79
"Beyond"[68] 21 [J] [K] [L] [M]
"Liberated"[70]
(with Dej Loaf)
Non-album single
"If It Feels Good (Then It Must Be)" [N] 65 60 Good Thing
2019 "That Was Yesterday" 82 [O] Non-album single
"July"
(with Noah Cyrus)
85 [P] 63 40 [Q] 8 66 183
  • ARIA: 4× Platinum[72]
The End of Everything
"Texas Sun"
(with Khruangbin)
20 53 [R] 37 [S] Texas Sun
2020 "C-Side"
(with Khruangbin)
"Inside Friend"[75]
(featuring John Mayer)
[T] [U] 11 Non-album single
"Sweeter"[76]
(featuring Terrace Martin)
[V] [W] 64 Gold-Diggers Sound
"All About You"[77]
(with Lucky Daye)
[X] Non-album singles
2021 "Like a Ship" [78]
(with Keite Young)
"Motorbike" [Y] 33 Gold-Diggers Sound
"B-Side"
(with Khruangbin)
49 34 Texas Moon
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

As featured artist[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US
AAA

[79]
US
Dance

[80]
US
Rock

[56]
BEL (WA)
[57]
2017 "Across the Room"
(Odesza featuring Leon Bridges)
6 30 [Z] [AA] A Moment Apart
2020 "Interstellar Love"[81]
(The Avalanches featuring Leon Bridges)
We Will Always Love You
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Other charted songs[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US
R&B

[55]
US
AAA

[82]
NZ
Hot

[83]
2021 "Steam" 23 11 34 Gold-Diggers Sound
"Why Don't You Touch Me" 39
2022 "Chocolate Hills"
(with Khruangbin)
40 Texas Moon
"Mariella"
(with Khruangbin)
28
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Album
2016 "Katchi" Nick Waterhouse Never Twice
"On My Own" Lecrae The Birth of a Nation: The Inspired By Album
"Kevin" Macklemore & Ryan Lewis This Unruly Mess I've Made
"Present Without a Bow" Kacey Musgraves A Very Kacey Christmas
2018 "Gone Away" Bun B, Gary Clark Jr. Return of the Trill
2019 "God Is Love" Common Let Love

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director(s)
2015 "Coming Home"[84] Chip Tompkins
"Better Man"[85] David Nelson
"Smooth Sailin'"[86] Vern Moen[87]
"River"[88] Miles Jay
2018 "Bad Bad News" Natalie Rae
"Beyond" Josh Goleman

Awards and nominations[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result
2016 Coming Home Best R&B Album Nominated
2017 "River" Best Music Video Nominated
2019 Good Thing Best R&B Album Nominated
"Bet Ain't Worth the Hand" Best Traditional R&B Performance Won

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Coming Home" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number seven on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[61]
  2. ^ "Coming Home" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 38 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  3. ^ "Coming Home" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Flanders Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[39]
  4. ^ "Coming Home" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 58 on the UK Singles Sales Chart.[63]
  5. ^ "Smooth Sailin'" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 23 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart.[64]
  6. ^ "Smooth Sailin'" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 36 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  7. ^ "Better Man" did not enter the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, but peaked at number 16 on the Triple A Airplay chart.[65]
  8. ^ "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 17 on the Adult R&B Airplay chart.[67]
  9. ^ "Bad Bad News" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 31 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  10. ^ "Beyond" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 38 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  11. ^ "Beyond" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Flanders Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[39]
  12. ^ "Beyond" did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Wallonie Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[57]
  13. ^ "Beyond" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 89 on the UK Singles Sales Chart Top 100.[69]
  14. ^ "If It Feels Good (Then It Must Be)" did not enter the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, but peaked at number 7 on the Triple A Airplay chart.[65]
  15. ^ "That Was Yesterday" did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Wallonie Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[57]
  16. ^ "July" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 38 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  17. ^ "July" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100, but peaked at number seven on the Netherlands' Single Tip Chart.[71]
  18. ^ "Texas Sun" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100, but peaked at number 34 on the Netherlands' Airplay Chart.[73]
  19. ^ "Texas Sun" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 15 on the UK Singles Sales Chart Top 100.[74]
  20. ^ "Inside Friend" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 12 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart.[64]
  21. ^ "Inside Friend" did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Wallonie Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[57]
  22. ^ "Sweeter" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 5 on the R&B Digital Song Sales chart.[64]
  23. ^ "Sweeter" did not enter the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, but peaked at number 39 on the Triple A Airplay chart.[65]
  24. ^ "All About You" did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Wallonie Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[57]
  25. ^ "Motorbike" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 42 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  26. ^ "Across the Room" did not enter the Rock Songs chart, but peaked at number 38 on the Rock Airplay chart.[62]
  27. ^ "Across the Room" did not enter the Wallonie Ultratop Top 50, but charted as an extra tip on the Wallonie Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.[57]

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