Indie pop/rocker Landon Pigg received his informal music education via his father’s record collection. His 1st CD ever possessed was by well-known novelty designer Ray Stevens. Created in Nashville on August 6, 1983, Pigg was the child of a studio room musician dad and a mom who was keen on poetry. The family members relocated to Chicago briefly when Pigg was a kid, though he came back to Nashville as an adolescent. Soon, Pigg began to delve deeper into music, finding the performers who eventually influenced his personal music. He credits David Mead and Rufus Wainwright for instilling in him an gratitude for a lovely melody, Radiohead for motivating him to expel his feelings into his songwriting; and rock and roll music symbols the Beatles and Led Zeppelin for exhibiting to him the need for catchy licks and hooks. Says Pigg: “Probably there’s a naïveterinariané in my own approach. I never really had a acoustic guitar lesson once i began. I’ve always experienced that when you do not learn all of the guidelines you’re a lot more willing to break them with a smile.” For his self-titled debut, released in 2006, Pigg was led by companies Dan Brodbeck, Paul Ebersold, and Clif Magness, who caused such popular performers as 3 Doorways Down and Avril Lavigne. In 2008, Pigg shipped the ep RESTAURANT. The sophomore full-length Boy Who Hardly ever followed in ’09 2009.