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Sonically Nashville. Soulfully Alabama. There’s an exciting new voice in musical storytelling.
Wyatt Edmondson is an American singer-songwriter from Montgomery, Alabama. The 25-year old moved to Nashville in 2017 and is currently working on his first self-titled EP while touring across the United States.
When it comes to Wyatt Edmondson, it all begins with his story. Growing up in a quiet neighborhood of Montgomery, Alabama, Wyatt Edmondson was raised in an artistic family. With a father and grandfather both active in music, Wyatt found a love for the guitar at an early age.
At fifteen, Wyatt learned of his diagnosis of Retinitis Pigmentosa, a condition that causes progressive blindness in millions of people around the world. It was at that moment that Wyatt decided to make music his life and pursue a career in performance and songwriting.
The music itself is a reflection of Wyatt’s journey into what we all know as the great road of life. The songs are written from a place of compassion and yet frustration and the burning desire to become something greater. Wyatt’s music is simply written to be an honest attempt to give us what we all need, a look in the mirror.
Wyatt Edmondson released 2 demo projects, Higher Ground and Lovers Lake while attending Troy University. This year will bring the debut of his first EP recorded in Nashville, TN. Wyatt is currently touring the United States to connect with new fans and explore America’s landscape. It’s no doubt his shows are fun, exciting, passionate, and purely Wyatt Edmondson.