Country music fans will be mesmerized when newcomer Chase Bryant takes the stage at the 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival, which runs June 12-14 at Hunter Mountain in Hunter, N.Y.

The singer just released his catchy debut single, "Take It on Back," even though he's been signed to Red Bow Records — a division of Broken Bow Records — for a year. He's 'new,' but he's already toured with Brantley Gilbert and is set to open for Tim McGraw this summer.

For being just 22 years old, Bryant has already accomplished a lot. The Orange Grove, Texas native is making lot of noise, largely because of his guitar riffs. Bryant is an odd bird who the guitar upside down and backward, and he does it really, really well. He comes from music: the singer's grandfather played piano in two of Roy Orbison's bands, and eventually, played with Waylon Jennings. His uncles were co-founders of Ricochet, a country group in the '90s. His dad also played a part in influencing the young singer, raising him on all kinds of classic country.

Bryant — whose debut album is due out this year — will leave his mark on country fans at the fest, showing them exactly how he does country. He joins a star-studded lineup which includes Tim McGrawKeith UrbanToby KeithBilly CurringtonEli Young BandJerrod Niemann and Sara Evans among many others.

Chase Bryant Sings "Take It on Back" for Taste of Country