Known for such country music singles as "Goodbye on a Bad Day" and "Dream Your Way to Me," this singer, songwriter, and guitarist released an album titled Chase the Sun in 2002. A member of an organization of country musicians called the MuzikMafia, he performed with several bluegrass bands, including a Kentucky-based group called The Galoots.
He left college to perform with a Louisville-based blues group called Top Hat.
His debut solo album, Chase the Sun, was produced by Mark Wright, who also worked with country singer Lee Ann Womack.
He grew up in Taylorsville, Kentucky, and later relocated to Nashville, Tennessee.
He co-wrote "These Are the Good Ole Days," a song performed by fellow country singer James Otto.