With years of experience performing both locally and nationally, Tyson Leamon has touched the hearts of millions of music lovers around the world. He has become a household name in the Tennessee Valley where he grew up writing and performing great music. His soulful voice coupled with heartfelt lyrics, take listeners back to the simplicity of great American values.
Tyson was born into a musically rooted family. He started singing at the young age of 3. Driven by his passion and love for anything related to music, he set his sights on making his mark on the music industry. He was raised on a silver eagle touring and singing gospel music with his dad who was a pastor. At the age of 19, Tyson joined the gospel group, Heirline and toured the southeast and south west before heading back to Cleveland, Tennessee to return to his roots.
In 2021 Tyson released his first full album titled, GUITAR AND A BIBLE. Highlights from that record include the sultry CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF YOU, and DAY AFTER WHISKEY- a reflective song about how one feels waking up after a rough night of drinking.
2022 saw Tyson team up with outlaw rocker, Jacob Bryant for the single HIGH ROAD. HIGH ROAD is one of his most requested songs from fans young and old alike. In 2023 Tyson released I FELL FOR MEMPHIS and OH MISS CAROLINA - two songs with a more southern rock feel. His next single, the University of Tennessee anthem song, VOL Y'ALL has created quite a stir among football fans in the south. He has plans to release two more singles for 2023 including TEMPTATION - a mix of gospel and southern rock and WILDFLOWERS IN WHISKEY BOTTLES - a song about a unique and special woman.
Tyson has shared the stage with The Steel Woods, Confederate Railroad, The Kentucky Headhunters, Ward Davis, Billy Droze & Gary Nichols and others. He has performed at numerous regional and nation events such as The National Quartet Convention, Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga, Tennessee Valley Fair, CMA Festival, and JeepFest.
Tyson aims to continue to write, record and perform music that reflects his life and stays true to his humble beginnings while maximizing the impact his potent lyrics have on family, love, and real life experiences. Look for him out on the road at a venue near you.
Jacob Bryant - Born in Jasper, Georgia, Jacob Bryant combines the story telling of country music with hard hitting southern rock. " Jacob Bryant may not be a household name yet, but if he continues to release country music as exciting as PRACTICE WHAT I PREACH (his last album) then he will be one of the greats of his generation" Greg Victor, Parcbench Live
Chris Weaver Band - Hailing from West Virginia, Chris Weaver Band mixes a bit of rock, soul and country blues. Chris' voice is a mixture of Joe Cocker meets Bob Seger. "Make no mistake about it. The Chris Weaver Band is an act that is one of the most musically unique that has come down the pike in quite some time." Billboard
Growing up in Rome, Georgia, Chase Baker was a late bloomer in music. His Mom and Dad split when he was barely a year old and his grandparents raised him. "My grandparents were my everything" says Chase. "I always looked forward to getting off the bus from school and see my Paw Paw. We'd watch Nascar, play baseball or just hang out." "My Grandparents taught me about life - how to treat people with respect and not to be quick to judge others....things I try to live by today"
In his teens, Chase listened to the music of Alan Jackson and George Strait, sprinkled with the rock of Motley Crue and ACDC. But it wasn't until later in highschool that he picked up a guitar and started singing. Splitting time between his love of rodeos and bull riding and learning to play guitar, Chase began writing songs about life.
Chase Baker's music today combines his rock and country influences. He's currently working on his first full album and has released three singles in advance of it.