Brady Toops

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Brady Toops
Nationality United States of America
Genres contemporary Christian music

Brady Toops
Birth nameBrady Allen Toops
Born (1981-07-31) July 31, 1981 (age 41)
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
OriginNew London
Genresfolk, soul, gospel is an American musician, songwriter and a former baseball player. His debut album, Brady Toops, was released in 2013. His second album, Tried & True, was released in 2017. He grew up in New London. He attended the New London-Spicer High School, and graduated in 2000. In 2000, Toops was among the twenty-five senior High School students who were awarded the Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year (SAMMY) award. He received a $7,500 college scholarship and was featured in USA Today.

He studied Marketing at the University of Arkansas and graduated in 2004.

Career[edit | edit source]

Baseball[edit | edit source]

Toops was recruited by Harvard, Minnesota, and Arkansas. He chose to play for the University of Arkansas. and had been named a captain of the team in 2003, until he was selected in the Major League Baseball draft of 2004 in the 10th round by the St. Louis Cardinals. His stint in the minor leagues would only last three years, when he stopped playing after the 2006 season. His first release was with the single, Can't Stop Lovin', which was released independently, in 2010. His next single, "A Little Love", came out in 2011, while the single, "Lord Have Mercy", was released the following year. The first extended play, A Little Love, was released by Underspoken Records, in 2012. His first studio album, Brady Toops, was released by Underspoken Records, on August 27, 2013.

Podcast[edit | edit source]

He hosts The Unravel with Brady Toops podcast. He also curates Soul Games a 12-week personal development program.

Personal life[edit | edit source]

In 2015, he competed in Season 11 of The Bachelorette, with Britt Nilsson and Kaitlyn Bristowe Toops lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • A Little Love (2012, Underspoken)
  • Can't Stop Lovin' (2010, Independent)

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