Ohio-native Wyatt McCubbin is making a name for himself as a revered young artist and songwriter in Nashville, TN. Thinking back on his earliest memories of music he says, “as a kid I remember hearing everything from Merle Haggard and Alan Jackson to Bonnie Raitt and Joe Cocker through the speakers of my dad’s old cassette player.” After graduating high school, Wyatt started making regular trips from Ohio to Nashville, writing and gaining support from some of Nashville’s top songwriters. He signed a joint venture deal with Tape Room Music and 50 Egg Music, supported by songwriters Ashley Gorley and Jonathan Singleton. Wyatt’s country, blues, and soul influences have helped him create his very own brand of country music. His songs have been recorded by artists in the Nashville and Texas scenes, such as Dustin Lynch, Riley Green, Tracy Lawrence, Cody Johnson, Kameron Marlowe, Joshua Hedley, Drew Parker and more. Wyatt opened for Kameron through his We Were Cowboys tour, named after one of Kameron’s releases the two wrote together. He has also performed with and opened for artists such as Merle Haggard, George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Hank Williams Jr, Midland, Riley Green, and more. His latest batch of songs released, including fan favorite, “Honky Damn Tonk,” is available now, with more new music on the way.
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