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Levon consists of three best friends: Northbrook, Illinois, native Michael David Hall (on guitar and lead vocals, with a soaring five-octave range); Sumter, South Carolina’s Jake Singleton (on harmonies, bass, and percussion); and Camden, Tennessee, native Ryan Holladay (on guitar, mandolin and harmonies). A few of the trio’s musical roots are suggested by their name, an homage to the talents of The Band’s Levon Helm, as well as Elton John and his song, “Levon.” All in their twenties, Levon’s members nonetheless share a collective musical passion for the 1970s and the artist/songwriter generation whose lyrics and melodies have remained relevant long after their time on the charts. “We wanted people to hear our name and kind of know where we were coming from,” Hall says.
In addition to John and Helm, Levon’s influences include a range of artists whose careers have become synonymous with stellar songwriting, musicianship, and/or harmonies: The Eagles, Creedence Clearwater Revival, CSNY, Keith Urban, Pure Prairie League, and others.
Now dually signed to Sony Music Nashville’s storied Columbia Nashville imprint as well as New York-based powerhouse Epic Records, Levon is a band committed to country music, but with a style and sound that transcend genre or format: killer song-craft that simultaneously won over both Sony Music label teams. Levon is impacting country radio now with their debut single, “Ms. Marianne,” from their recently-release debut self-titled EP. “Ms. Marianne” was co-written by lead singer Hall, James Dean Hicks and Jamie Houston. And while their music clearly has the potential to break through to a massive audience, Hall makes no bones about the fact that Levon is – and will remain – a country band. One of the band’s career highlights to date was opening for Willie Nelson, an icon whose music has and will stand the test of time. And for Levon, it’s about the passion, the dedication, the heart and craftsmanship of doing the work and investing the time to create truly great music: the kind of music that can earn the right to become timeless.