Born in Montgomery, Alabama, Americana/roots rock singer-songwriter Wyatt Edmondson moved to Nashville to pursue his music dream in the midst of one particular obstacle: retinitis pigmentosa. Edmondson decided not to let his degenerative eye condition slow him down. His determination is evidenced by the depth inherent in his If I Don’t Try EP, which released in February 2020. On the EP, he leaned toward his personal experiences in the writing. “I want to capture my music in a way that makes me feel good, without trying to follow anybody’s rules,” he says.

Prior to If I Don’t Try, Edmondson released two EPs and hit the road hard, earning fans through his engaging and dynamic live performances. With 150+ shows played in 2019 alone, Edmondson has also appeared multiple times at the 30A Songwriters Festival, River Jam Music Festival, and Mississippi Songwriters Festival, among many others. Edmondson sees playing live as a two-way give-and-take between performer and audience. “The most important thing to do is to create a conversation,” he says. “I want people to leave my shows knowing my name — but I also want to leave knowing theirs. And I want to get up there and surprise not only the audience, but myself.”

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