Combined with talent and aspiration, Landon Michael has concentrated on strengthening his vocals and training to be a better singer. "I came to Nashville with the intent to record songs as much and as often as possible. I knew I needed to build my recording experience and hone my voice."
While he continued to cut songs, Landon noticed his time in the recording studio was beginning to pay off as he discovered his strengths. Specifically, his range had developed and increased for a more dynamic style. He became focused on finding a hit song that exhibits the distinct and expressive sound he’s known to deliver with every note. With a team of industry professionals combined with his pure determination, Landon utilizes every resource available to him to ensure his music is given a chance on radio. That determination has paid off .
In building his brand and fan base, most of Landon’s efforts have been in promotion to radio. His latest release, “Might As Well Be Me,” and his last two releases, “This Ain’t California” and “You’re Invited,” have charted on Music Row’s Country Breakout Chart. Additionally, “You’re Invited” hit number one on the New Music Weekly chart after holding the number two position for two weeks. Whereas, the video for “This Ain’t California” won Best Country Song and Best Country Music Video in the 2012 Lucerne International Film Festival and was featured on GACtv.com.
Landon Michael has evolved to become a talented and stylistic recording artist. The artistry in his music maps the journey he’s taken in finding his purpose and his vision. He set out to do things differently in a changing industry. An industry where uniqueness and individuality rule. The result is a sound that’s fresh and honest. A sound that is Landon Michael.