Chanteur Country US né le 6 Mars 1973 à Amarillo (Texas).
singer/songwriter Trent Willmon was born March 6, 1973, in Amarillo, TX, the son
of Dean Willmon, a schoolteacher and cattle rancher, and Billie Willmon. He was
raised on a ranch near the tiny West Texas town of Afton. His mother gave him a
guitar when he was 16, and he learned to play, but he was also interested in
other activities, and he won blue ribbons from the 4-H Club and the FFA (Future
Farmers of America) for livestock judging, cooking skills, and speech-making,
which earned him a scholarship to South Plains College in Levelland, TX, where
he initially majored in animal science toward earning a degree in agriculture.
By his second year, however, he had switched to the music department, and then he dropped out to play bass in a bluegrass band. In 1995, he moved to Nashville, where he found work caring for horses while trying to get his songs heard. He signed a song-publishing contract in 1998, then organized a band and began playing in honky tonks. Finally, he was signed to a contract by Columbia Records, leading to the release of his first single, "Beer Man," in 2004, followed by "Dixie Rose Deluxe's Honky Tonk, Feed Store, Gun Shop, Used Car, Beer, Bait, BBQ, Barber Shop, Laundromat." His self-titled debut album appeared in October 2004. After the success of his first full-length album, Willmon headed to The Castle Recording Studios (onetime home of infamous gangster Al Capone) in Franklin, TN, to record his sophomore effort, A Little More Livin', which was released in 2006.
Talents : Singer, Guitar, Songwriter
Style musical : Contemporary Country
Years in activity :
|09/2004||CD SONY 77568 (US)||Dixie Rose Deluxe's Honky Tonk, Feed Store, Gun Shop, Used Car, Beer, Bait, BBQ, Barber Shop, Laundromat / Beer Man|
|10/2004||CD COLUMBIA / SONY CK 91257 (US)||TRENT WILLMON - Beer Man / Dixie Rose Deluxe's Honky Tonk, Feed Store, Gun Shop, Used Car, Beer, Bait, BBQ, Barber Shop, Laundromat / Home Sweet Holiday Inn / She Don't Love Me / The Good Life / Population 81 / Medina Daydreaming / The Wishing Well / All Day Long / Every Now And Then / Here|
|06/2006||CD COLUMBIA / SONY 82876 74938 2 (US)||A LITTLE MORE LIVIN' - Good One Comin' On / So Am I / On Again Tonight / Sometimes I Miss Ya / Love Don't Have To Be So Hard / Surprise / Island / Ropin' Pen / A Night In The Ground / Louisiana Rain / Good Horses To Ride|
|02/2008||CD Compadre 788581014974 (US)||
Broken In - Broken In / Dry County / Doesn't Mean I Don't Love You / Cold Beer And A Fishin' Pole / The Way I Remember It / The Good Ol' Days Are Gone (with Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager) / How A Cowboy Lives / The Truth / Little Set Of Horns / Tumbleweed Town / I'll Love You Anyway / There Is God
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