Vocalist/songwriter Butch Baker made his performing debut in his father’s cathedral when he was only 19 a few months old. He was created in Sweetwater, TN, and spent a lot of his youth singing, inspired by Ray Charles, Elvis Presley, the Everly Brothers, Don Gibson and Crimson Foley, aswell as gospel music. Pursuing his graduation from Tennessee Armed forces Institute at age group 16, he became a play major on the School of Tennessee. It had been right here that he ultimately decided to go after a music profession. He transferred to Nashville in 1979; to improve the bus fare for the trip he marketed his beloved electric guitar. Once in Music Town, he proved helpful by day being a menswear salesman. During the night he would often sit along with assorted rings and frequently performed the Nashville Palace, where he was ultimately hired for the nine-week gig. He founded SRB to become his back-up music group. His achievement led him to record demos for such premiere songwriters as Jerry Foster and Costs Rice. Therefore led him to become staff article writer for Acuff-Rose, where he became a protégé of Wesley Rose. He agreed upon to Mercury in 1984 and produced his one debut with “Torture.” His following singles “Burn off Georgia Burn off” and “CONSIDERING Departing” (both 1984) had been minor strikes, as had been 1986’s “That’s What Her Storage IS PERFECT FOR” and “Your Adoring Aspect.” He have scored three more minimal strikes by 1988. Baker produced a visitor appearance along with other up-and-coming performers on Hank Williams, Jr.’s music “Young Nation,” which made an appearance on his Given birth to to Boogie recording. Baker continued documenting, but didn’t make it to the very best 40 until 1990 when he and Daniele Alexander dueted on her behalf music “It Wasn’t You, It Wasn’t Me.” That yr, he released his Harold Shedd-produced debut recording We Will. He was later on released through the label, and continuing writing tracks and appearing frequently on TNN’s Morning hours Video show.