Marcus King is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and guitarist who was born on March 11, 1998. He is best known as the frontman, lead singer, and guitarist of The Marcus King Band. His 2020 album El Dorado was nominated for Best Americana Album at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
King’s second album, Young Blood, came out on August 26, 2022. It was again produced by Dan Auerbach. Billboard’s Melinda Newman called it “a staggeringly confident work.” It appeared on the Billboard Top Blues Albums Chart at number one.
Marcus’s career has been quite fruitful, and he has gained a great deal of recognition and acclaim. Many of his followers are now curious in his private life. In case you didn’t know, Marcus King is already engaged to his lady love. The information you need to know about Marcus King’s personal life, his fiance and more will be cover in this post.
Marcus King Is Engaged To Briley Hussey
Marcus King is happily engaged to his girlfriend Briley Hussey.
When King and his future wife Briley met for the first time in July 2021, the musician knew right away that he was going to marry her. He told her he was going to marry her that night. After seven months, Hussey finally said yes, and the couple got engaged.
One of Marcus’s Instagram captions says that he thinks Briley made him whole again after she came into his life because he was broken.
At the Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina, he proposed his girlfriend to marry him. She wrote in the caption, “Mrs. King sure has a nice ring to it” on February 27, 2022, the first time she posted about their engagement and proposal.
The relationship between the two seems solid and passionate at the present time.
Know About Briley Hussey, Marcus King Girlfriend
Briley was born in Kinston, North Carolina. She works at Bank of America as a Project Manager. She is well-known in the media for singing the National Anthem at a Trump rally in 2015, when he was campaigning for the presidency.
Briley got her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Communications from East Carolina University in 2013. She was in Sigma Sigma Sigma and the CommCrew at East Carolina University.
She grew up singing the anthem for the Durham Bulls and the Kinston Indians, as well as at several East Carolina University and North Carolina State University college sporting events.
Hussey began taking voice lessons from Max Blizzard after the song they sang before baseball games inspired her to learn it. At the age of seven, she sang it for the first time at an Indians game.
Briley puts online several songs that she has covered by artists like Vance Joy and Kacey Musgraves.
Briley Hussey is quite active on Instagram. You may find her under the handle @brileyhussey, where she has more than 14,000 followers, who follow her. She keeps posting pictures of her outings with her boyfriend and friends.