Curtis Braly

Braly Collaborates with American Idol Alum Kimberly Caldwell for Soulful Duet

Country newcomer and Texas native Curtis Braly’s video for “Sooner or Later” premiered Monday, October 26 on The Boot.


Braly and duet partner Kimberly Caldwell, who placed seventh in Season 2 of “American Idol,” capture the emotion of falling for someone new throughout the video. While Caldwell and Braly are duet partners, she is obviously in love with another man in the video – but neither of them make the first move, as portrayed in the confessional lyrics:

“Sooner or later I’ll hold you in my arms / Never gonna let you go,”Braly and Caldwell sing. “Sooner or later / I’ll find the strength to let you know the way I’ve been feeling for so long.”

Both Texas-born artists, Braly and Caldwell were raised in the Houston metro and are now pursuing their passion in the music business.

“Kimberly dabbles in hair and make-up so she asked if she could do mine that day. I figured, ‘Why not?” Braly said. “The entire cast and crew were a bunch of jokesters so we all had a great time shooting.”

The “Sooner or Later” video was produced by Terry Corso and directed by Clint Gregory of Let ‘Em Have It! Productions in Los Angeles.

Braly is wrapping up a radio tour across nine states before he begins several dates in Texas promoting his new EP, All About the Ride. The album features six tracks and also includes “Living on Sunshine,” the project’s first single.

For more information or to preview All About the Ride, visit Follow Curtis Braly on Facebook and Twitter.

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About Curtis Braly:
Curtis Braly was born into a family where the love of music was a key ingredient in his life from the moment he could walk. His first exposure to performing was singing with his mother in the church choir which led to his first solo performance. He continued to take every opportunity to perform which led him to opening for country-powerhouse Daryle Singletary at the dedication to the new Humble Civis Arena in Humble, TX. Braly was soon playing for more than 5,000 country music fans a night opening for Johnny Rodriguez. In 2000 Braly returned to Humble, TX where he was honored by Humble’s Mayor when he declared Oct. 14 will be recognized as “Curtis Braly Day”. Curtis has revamped his entire image, recorded brand new music and couldn’t be happier the path his career is taking.