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Leon Bridges

From his early days busking on the streets of Fort Worth to his meteoric rise in the music industry, these articles provide a glimpse into the life, music, and influences that have shaped this talented artist.

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How Dallas-Fort Worth’s Grammy Nominees Reacted to the Award News

Congratulations to Mickey Guyton, Leon Bridges, LilJuMadeDaBeat and the many other local artists who received nominations for the 2022 Grammys.
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At a Sold Out Fortress Festival, Leon Bridges Has the Perfect Homecoming

The Fort Worth native and rap duo Rae Sremmurd stole the show at last weekend's annual music festival.
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The New Leon Bridges

After emerging from Fort Worth to become a superstar, Bridges returns with his second album, a more diverse sound, and an updated look.
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First Stop On Leon Bridges’ Just-Announced Tour: Irving Music Factory

The Fort Worth artist will hit the road a month after Good Thing drops May 4.
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Here’s Leon Bridges on Sesame Street

The North Texas singer delivers a heartwarming musical interlude to start off this week of Thanksgiving.
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Listen to Leon Bridges’ (and Gary Clark Jr. and Jon Batiste) Stunning Take on Neil Young’s ‘Ohio’

Bridges joins forces with some big talents to remake a classic protest song in the image of the present moment.
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Meet Leon Bridges’ Favorite Dallas Barber

And find out what earned him a shout out in Vogue.  
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The President Is Listening to Leon Bridges

At the very least, some White House communications flack wants us to think Obama's listening to the Fort Worth soul singer.
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Watch Leon Bridges Talk About His Remarkable Story in the New Documentary, This Is Home

Leon Bridges talks about his incredible rise from Fort Worth dishwasher to Grammy-nominated performer in the new documentary This Is Home
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Watch Leon Bridges on the Today Show

The North Texas soul singer has already completed the late-night television circuit -- and then some. What's left? Morning shows, of course.
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