Some artists create an identity for themselves when they move to Nashville, others are born with one. Being a South Carolina native, with a strong background in music, I certainly bring my own. As a child, I snuck a pair of CD's from my mom’s collection -- Hank Williams Jr. and Stevie Ray Vaughn -- and the rest is history. I cut my chops as a lead guitar player in local rock bands, while also learning the back end of production as a sound engineer for a live music venue. After moving to Nashville, I began focusing on the kind of artist I wanted to be, and my self-reflection continuously comes back to those first two records I stole from my mother. Pulling inspiration from car trips with my parents, when our radio could be on any station playing any style of music, I can always count on the versatility of my history, when needed.
I've found a unique way to pull all of my influences together. I have created an identity of my own in Music City.
Now it's time to take it out on the road.
"No matter where this road leads, I guarantee if I’m going to write and put out music,
it's going to be raw, real and 100% me."
- Warren Garrett
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