Country musician who released the single "Hard Call to Make" and who was in The Harters with his brother and sister.
He taught himself how to play guitar as a child and wrote his first song as a teenager before starting to perform locally and ultimately moving to Nashville in 1999.
He formed his own record label in 2004 called Big Al, which was associated with Lofton Creek Records.
He was born the middle child of five.
He lists George Strait as one of his early musical influences.