Dillon Carmichael

Hailing from Burgin, Kentucky, American country singer Dillon Carmichael was born on November 8, 1993 and grew up in a musical family with notable relatives, including singers John Michael Montgomery and Eddie Montgomery. At the age of twelve, Carmichael began playing the guitar and participated in talent shows with his friends, moving to Nashville, Tennessee, upon graduation from high school. In 2017, he signed with Riser House Entertainment and released his debut single, "Dancing Away With My Heart" and in 2018, Carmichael's debut album Hell on an Angel was produced by Dave Cobb, reaching number 37 on the US Indie charts. Described by Rolling Stone Country as having "signature booming baritone vocals" and a blend of Outlaw country and Southern rock, the album gained considerable recognition with Carmichael attracting a growing fanbase. In 2020, he appeared on the Country Airplay charts with the single "I Do for You," followed by the release of sophomore album Son of A in October 2021, seeing the title track reach number 30 on the US Country Airplay charts. Continuing on with his success in 2023, Carmichael returned with the single "Drinkin' Problems," which landed at number 58.

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