Like new strings on a well-traveled guitar, Bernie Nelson is both timely and timeless. Bernie's rich country vocals and well-crafted lyrics comfortably draw you in at his sellout shows.
With his roots seated deep in the truest form of country music, Bernie attributes his selection and conviction with his songs to his closeness with Country's best like Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, Townes Van Zant and the more modern Garth Brooks and Chris Ledoux.
If he's not performing or writing, he can be found teaching his craft at his log home west of Nashville. That's right, he shares his expertise with aspiring songwriters at his infamous “Weekend At Bernie's” Songwriters Camp.
Bernie achieved 'million-airplay' status on his #1 hit, “Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind” with Confederate Railroad. Most recently he's enjoyed success with cuts on Mark Wills' “Looking For America”, Montgomery Gentry's “Damn Baby” and Tracy Lawrence's “ 'The Ride' and 'Heaven For A While'”.