I grew up in Marietta, Georgia, just north of Atlanta. I started singing at a very young age in the choir at my church, and I also loved entertaining my friends in the back of Mrs. Robinson’s class at JJ Daniel Middle School. During my high school years, I became interested in sports and decided I didn’t like singing in front of a crowd as much.
I graduated high school, went on to graduate from Oklahoma Horseshoeing School and start my own business as a farrier. I got married in 1994 to my high school sweetheart, and we have two beautiful children, a boy and a girl. We live on a small farm in North Georgia with our horses, dogs, and chickens.
My father passed away in April of 2002, and his death inspired me to live my life to the fullest and work hard to make my dreams come true. That’s when I really started working hard at my songwriting, and I also realized that I should use the gift God gave me—my singing ability.
I love being outdoors, hunting and fishing, and that has been the inspiration for some of my songs. There’s nothing like sitting in a deer stand to get your creative juices flowing. I wrote a song called “The Flyway Highway” that is the new theme song for a duck hunting television show called “Flyway Highway.” I have also written many more of my own songs and cowritten several others with Chad Gantt and Doug Turner. I'm also a proud member of the National Rifle Association and Ducks Unlimited.
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