Outlaw Country music artist!
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background in the music industry.
I'm a Singer songwriter, recording artist from Wetumpka, Al, and I have played all my life and I have been trying to take it to the next level. I have quite a list of accomplishments and I'm trying to keep country music alive.
What influenced you to want to get into music?
My father was my biggest influence, he let me sing kowliga at the Bergton fair when I was five and when the people went wild, I knew I wanted to play all my life.
What is your creative process like when writing a song?
I just let it happen, it bleeds out of my soul.
How has your music evolved since you started your career?
I've went from being a honky tonk picker, to being on the radio and on all streaming networks.
Who are some of your musical influences?
Merle George Jones Waylon Jennings Paycheck Hank Williams.
Do you ever collaborate with other artists?
I have once.
What has been the most rewarding part of your music career so far?
Being invited to be a guest of John Conlee, on the Grand Ole Opry the night my daddy died.
Do you perform live often?
Yes, I play every chance I get, I've got five shows this week.
Are you working on any new projects lately?
I have a live album we're working on while I'm working on my Bottle of Survival CD promotion.
What can we expect from you in the future?
You will see me on tour all across the US, singing and picking somewhere, anywhere that they will let me play. Check out my song, Late Night Rodeo and my song Goodbye, my tribute to my father. Also, look for me on the music inside or magazine canvas, Rebel Magazine and Voyage Magazine, I believe that will be out on October the 17th.