Clayton Mann is one who will turn heads and bend ears. Overwhelmingly talented yet grossly underaged, Clayton began cutting his musical teeth in the dive bars of Chicago at just 11 years old. With a strong preference for hard-charging guitar riffs and melodic fills, Clayton transplanted to Nashville 3 years ago bringing his powerful tenor voice and rock-inspired background with him. A professionally trained vocalist and guitarist, Clayton is influenced by outlaw country Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash overlaid with rock-n-roll influences Guns-N-Roses, AC/DC and KISS. Pepper in some bluesy BB King and a little bit of Elvis Presley, and Clayton manages to fade genre to the back, placing live music back on the map. The Nashville rising star carries the powerful range of a tenor with enough baritone on the deep end to make your spine crawl. Be prepared for a high energy country show, peppered with a little bit of soul and a whole lot of rock-n-roll! You won’t want to miss this up-and-coming artist.