“Southern Charm” newbie John Pringle isn’t a stranger to the music industry.
Pringle, 45, released three EPs inspired by his post-college life in New York City, “Strange Points of View” (2005), “Midnight Mass on the Williamsburg Bridge” (2007) and “Simple Act” (2010) per his Bravo biography.
He recently promoted his music on his Instagram, explaining the backstory to the album “Midnight Mass on the Williamsburg Bridge.”
“I loved a Swedish bartender once. Song link is in my bio. I’m 1/4 danish and a sucker for Scandinavian women,” he said.
In December, he posted a screenshot of his single, “Christmas in Bruges,” with the caption, “Recorded a little Christmas song about the World War One Christmas Eve ceasefire. My son Quinn was in mamas belly and she’s singin here. So, I guess this was a trio.”
It’s unclear if he will divulge any more details about his music career when the second part of the “Southern Charm” reunion airs on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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