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Gyth Rigdon to perform April 14

Gyth Rigdon, a native of Singer, will perform Saturday, Apr. 14, at the 2018 Railroad Days Festival at 6:30 p.m.

Rigdon started singing and playing music at the age of three. By the time he was eight he was singing in church, private parties, and talent shows. Throughout Gyth's school years there was never any rest; it was work by day and music by night. He graduated from high school in May 2012, and by November, he moved to Nashville with his guitar and a dream.

He began playing shows throughout Tennessee, writing songs, and performing as the opening act for artists such as the legendary Texas Hall Of Fame country music star Johnny Lee, Wayne Toups, Jake Owen, Gary Allan, Andy Griggs, Jamie O'Neal, Chris Cagle, and Neal McCoy (last year's headliner act).

His song "Where Do We Go From Here?" was featured in the movie "How To Love A Geek" in 2013. Rigdon's debut album, "Where I Began", was released in August 2016. The title track "Body Language" has had over 350,000 downloads/spins. He has also released a music video of "Body Language".

Rigdon was a Top 10 finalist in the Nash Next 2017 contest. He was selected by panel of country radio professionals to compete.

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