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Trent Tomlinson tickets offer the live side of one of the freshest additions to world of country music. Trent Tomlinson is a country singer/songwriter who has given a new sound and style to country. Generally, contemporary country artists make their songs fun or sensitive combined with a different edge, which appeal to audiences everywhere. Tomlinson on the other hand created an everyday song for the young country music listener. He is not sensitive or romantic ballad type material; and is rocking the country grounds. Tomlinson’s music carries heavy influences of genres like rock and outlaw. He is inspired by two big names of outlaw, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings. Their influence has helped him become the most energetic contemporary country rocker of today.
If you think that Tomlinson is more or less like Kid Rock or like Big & Rich, then you are mistaken. Tomlinson is country rocker in his own right. He juggles everything from the honky-tonk country to the raging sounds of outlaw and the sweetest sounds from Nashville. However, he blends it along modern lines of music that makes its super cool and appealing specially to the youth. Tomlinson has an appearance of a rock star with a bandana and sturdy rugged look. But this Arkansas born artist is very much a country boy deep down inside. He connects with his roots and uses his musical exposure as an inspiration. Growing up in town as small as Kennett, Tomlinson listened to everything played on his car radio and from his father’s record collection at home. In this time he absorbed a lot of country music from the seventies and eighties. It was rock music playing on alternative radio channels that got Tomlinson interested in music.
Tomlinson was in high school during the nineties, this was the time when he actually stepped forward to make an entry into the world of music. It was the talent hunt show You Can Be a Star where Trent Tomlinson outshined as the first runner-up in the finale. The show appeared to be a door that lead to Nashville, so Tomlinson relocated to Nashville once through with high school. Nashville was not very inviting and accommodating; Tomlinson found it hard to settle in. It took him good ten years to eventually become comfortable with the struggle and grind of the Nashville music circle. In his first years Tomlinson was able to introduce his songwriting and singing abilities here and there. As a result, he got a chance to showcase his talent occasionally on an album track; this too was either as a second or third string singer.
While looking for opportunity in Nashville, Trent Tomlinson was unsure about the kind of music he wanted to do. He began exploring and found rock and progressive based music suiting his moods and mindset. As trends in Nashville became progressive Tomlinson started experimenting and creating his own music and songs. In this time he became associated with acts like George Strait, Sara Evans and Emerson Drive. He co-wrote the song Missing Missouri for an album by Sara Evans called Real Fine Place; the song was very well received. George Strait’s Why Can't I Leave Her Alone was also written by Tomlinson for the album titled It Just Comes Natural.
In 2006, Tomlinson got a breakthrough in mainstream music with debut album Country Is My Rock. It was the year he released his very first song Drunker Than Me. The song went fairly well as a country hit on various charts. The next single One Wing in the Fire went to score a place in the Billboard Hot 100 as well. Just Might Have Her Radio On featured on the album went on to become a hit too. With the success of the first album, Tomlinson gained more confidence and a record deal with label Carolwood Records. His sophomore album A Guy Like Me featured a couple of songs that made him a sensation. That's How It Still Oughta Be, Henry Cartwright's Produce Stand and Angels Like Her did a great job on the charts. However, the commercial success of the album remained mediocre. For this reason the artists winded up with Carolwood to go back to the good old to Lyric Street.
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