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Gifted with exceptional vocal skills and a songwriting ability that's worth mentioning, Mickey Guyton is one of America's most promising young stars. The talented country artist is heading for a major North American trek this year and the Mickey Guyton tickets have begun selling like hot cakes! The singer is sure to delight her fans with her riveting performance so don't miss the chance to catch her live when she hits the road in your city.
Childhood and Early Life
Guyton was born on 17th June 1983 in Arlington, Texas as Candace Mycale Guyton and moved a lot from town to town, due to her father's engineering job. Nevertheless, music remained a constant in Guyton's mobile life. As a child she first developed her lasting infatuation with music at the age of five when she sang with the church choir. Little did she know that this childhood obsession would land her into one of the most admirable careers in the music industry.
The Right Choice
Guyton was immediately hooked to genres like pop, country, gospel and R&B, deriving her inspiration from artists like Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, BeBe and CeCe Winans and LeAnn Rimes. The singer describes these artists as “…huge influences” and goes on to explain the special moments that completely won her over for the profession. “I was at a Texas Rangers baseball game and LeAnn Rimes was singing the National Anthem. This was right when she came out with 'Blue'. I was completely mesmerized.” she explains. Guyton immediately knew what she wanted as a career.
While her vocals were strong enough to work for any genre, country music became Guyton's forte. The artist felt at ease with the genre, labeling it as one of the most “honest” and “genuine” of the lot that spoke to her heart. Shortly after she completed her high school, the singer moved to Los Angeles to attend the Santa Monica College where she struggled to make both ends meet.
Road to Recognition
After doing a couple of odd jobs, Mickey Guyton luckily bumped into producer Julian Raymond. The singer was adamant to pursue her dreams and aspired to become a popular country artist. Fortunately for her, Raymond was impressed and introduced her to the famous Gary Borman and Steve Moir, the duo behind the success of Lady Antebellum, Faith Hill and Keith Urban.
The trio helped the talented star to move to Nashville in 2011 and snag a deal with Capitol Records Nashville. Soon Guyton appeared on national television performing at a White House special concert along with Kris Kristofferson, Dierks Bentley, Lyle Lovett, Darius Rucker and James Taylor. The show gathered publicity and Guyton's exhilarating performance of the Patsy Cline classic “Crazy” became the show's highlight.
Mickey Guyton set out to become an important member of Nashville's songwriting community, striving to establish herself among notable artists. The talented Guyton made frequent appearances at local shows, making performances alongside amateurs and industry newbies.
A Star is Born
Guyton co-wrote her debut single “Better Than You Left Me” with Jennifer Hanson, Nathan Chapman and Jenn Schott. The singer was propelled to stardom after the sound track achieved phenomenal success and public response became overwhelming. The artist was subsequently featured in numerous 'Who To Watch For' lists in 2015, namely Nashville Lifestyles, Yahoo! Music, Billboard, Mashable, NPR, Spotify, Huffington Post and Taste of Country. After the hit single became the Song of the Week at USA Today, Guyton was also featured in the Wall Street Journal.
Mickey Guyton released an acoustic four-song EP titled “Unbreakable” together with her iTunes Festival performances from Austin on 3rd March 2014. Guyton also received a standing reception at Nashville's Country Radio Seminar when she performed “Better Than You Left Me” in 2012. By January 2015, the song had topped the Billboard Country Airplay chart while Guyton was termed one of the “10 Hot Country Artists to watch in 2015”. She was also declared as “….the best female voice to come along since Carrie Underwood.”
A Brilliant Performer
The 31 year old American singer has a reputation for being an amazing live entertainer. On her Grand Ole Opry debut in January 2015, the gifted musician got the audience on its feet with her emotionally charged performance. Although the singer still hasn't given an album, it won't be long before she releases one. Don't forget to catch this charming performer at a music venue near you.