Weston started his path towards country music as a teenager in Bowling Green, Kentucky. There were countless hours spent at home playing and singing country classics in the garage with the sound system his parents purchased for him. His singing debut began at a little Honky Tonk in Daysville, Kentucky called Libby’s.
Libby’s was a steakhouse near Bowling Green and Russellville, KY that started hosting live music and live radio broadcasts from WBVR, The Beaver, and it ended up being a starting point for some big country artists including Tracy Lawrence, Trisha Yearwood, Jo Dee Messina, and of course Garth Brooks.
Weston has been writing in Nashville over the last few years. Being able to share his music with others brings an overwhelming since of accomplishment. He hopes every song connects the listener to a place or a time in their life where they shared the same experience or emotion.
In the words of the artist, “That’s what life is all about. Sharing our experiences with each other. Music reminds us that we all share the same feelings and emotions and that we really aren’t that different after all.”
Weston is married to his wife, Larie, and together they have 3 kids (Tucker, Ansley, and Trapper). They live on the outskirts of Bowling Green, in Plano, Kentucky on a small farm where they grow Christmas trees and raise cattle and horses.