Here’s more about Bryce.
* He’s front man for the Bryce Leatherwood Band, which formed in October 2021 and has been playing regular gigs in the area, including at MadLife Stage & Studios in Woodstock.
* In fact, that venue hosted the band’s first ticketed concert back in May. It was a success. Wrote Bryce on Instagram: “Our first ticketed concert, our first sellout and set a record for Madlife Wednesday night ticket sales.”
*Bryce says the band “combines traditional, outlaw and the best of today’s country, sprinkled with a little southern rock and a few originals.”
* Prior to the band forming, Bryce says he played solo shows at local venues for three years while attending Georgia Southern University in Statesboro.
* He graduated from college in May.
* Bryce auditioned for Season 18 of American Idol when the show stopped in Savannah, Ga., looking for talent and promoted the show’s 2020 premiere on social media.
* While he doesn’t appear to have released original music, Bryce posted a song he wrote — “Little Old Bar” — to YouTube. You can check it out below.
* While he’s been influenced by a variety of artists, Bryce said his musical roots “were formed in traditional country music.” His YouTube includes covers of Conway Twitty and Travis Tritt.
Bryce on social media:
I followed show right from the start to see if Bryce would win. I was pleased of the outcome. Congratulations Bryce. Would like to be at one of his shows some day.