John Byron is a 22-year old country music artist and songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. He signed his first management contract in 2013 with Ken Rainey of Rainey Entertainment and Rainey Days Records. Rainey is the previous manager of country music singer-songwriter, Randy Houser, whose discography includes the #1’s “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight,” “How Country Feels,” “Goodnight Kiss,” and “We Went,” as well as the #2’s “Boots On” and “Like a Cowboy.”
In 2015, he established an artist-development deal with producers, Jimmy Ritchey and Don Poythress. Ritchey is the writer of the #1 “The One That Got Away” by Jake Owen, whom he also previously produced. He is the current co-producer (alongside Scott Hendricks) for William Michael Morgan of Warner Brothers, whose single “I Met a Girl” reached the #1. Poythress is the writer of the #1 song “Little More Country Than That” by Easton Corbin.
Byron’s EP ‘Across That Line’ released in September 2016 under Rainey Day Records. It is his debut project.