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Music runs deep in his family tree, so it is no surprise the talent that has been handed down to Dustin Craig from Chapel Hill, TN. With the catalog of over 300 songs he has written, to his distinctive vocals which push the limits of country music with a touch of rock, it is safe to say Dustin has what it takes to make it to the top of the charts.


"Dustin Craig's vocals are something rare and I mean that in a good way. While many singers struggle at finding a perfect blend of rock and country, Craig finds that mixture seamlessly and effortlessly. It's a mixture that creates a sound that is honest and pure, which allows for the emotion of each song to accurately and successfully sound through to listeners." -That's Music To Me


Dustin was the winner of the Big 98's "Nashville's Next Big Thing" contest and previously performed on FOX 17 Morning Show. He has had a sold-out show at nearly every indoor venue and actually broke a few records for the attendance levels. His latest release "Her Heart Is A Rodeo" has been a youtube hit, in less that 24 hours it had over 10,000 views. Now just a few short months later it has over 100,000 hits! His song "Everyday Is A Rodeo" will be aired on GAC during the 2013 National Finals Rodeo". He will also have two songs in an upcoming movie called "Dakota's Summer" which will be released in 2014.


Dustin is a prolific songwriter, BMI member and publisher, he has a large catalog that only keeps getting bigger. His songwriting is something we don't hear often in music anymore, every word truly comes from the heart and you can feel the emotion in every lyric. He has wrote with several talented songwriters, one being PJ Smith which wrote a few hits for Def Lepard and country artist Mark Wills. With Dustin's vocals and the songwriting to match, he brings the whole package to the table.


"I always thought Mike Eli (Eli Young Band) had one of the most recognizable voices in country music, but he may have to take a step to the side here and let Dustin Craig share that spotlight with him. You only have to hear Dustin sing once to know you are going to remember that voice when you hear it again." -Country Chatter