Nation songwriter and singer Matt Kennon realized in age seven when his parents took him to a Survivor concert that he wished to be considered a performer. Within times of the display he was learning how exactly to play drums and staging displays in his living space with his close friends. He also found out country music. Elevated in Georgia, he didn’t need to appear far for a few country influences, finding performers like Alan Jackson and Travis Tritt. Even more a drummer at this time than a vocalist, he used a jazz music group in senior high school, and found what gigs he could with additional musicians. Ultimately he began performing, beginning at karaoke pubs and then placing bands collectively, playing nation and Southern rock and roll addresses at Atlanta night clubs. With the assistance of maker and songwriter Chip Martin, Kennon started recording his have original material, piecing together an recording to market at his displays. When the homemade recording offered well, he made a decision to take a opportunity on Nashville, as soon as there he fulfilled Tritt’s former supervisor Gary Falcon who, after hearing the demonstration recording Kennon had completed, suggested him to maker Kyle Lehning. Lehning started dealing with Kennon, and among Kennon’s tracks, “Switch It Around,” was found by Randy Travis and documented, leading subsequently to a posting offer for Kennon. With time he was authorized by producer Wayne Stroud to BamaJam Information and started focus on an effective Nashville record. A debut one, “The Contact,” was released with the label in nov 2009. A self-titled record was issued the next May.