Tyson Leamon Is NRA Country

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posted on January 10, 2024
Tyson Leamon
Photo: Sarah McPhetridge

Tyson Leamon was born into a musically rooted family and started singing at just 3 years old, then toured and sang gospel music with his dad, who was a pastor. At the age of 19, Tyson joined the gospel group, Heirline, and toured the Southeast and West before heading back to Cleveland, Tenn., to return to his roots. Releasing his first album, “Guitar and a Bible” in 2021, he quickly became a household name in the Tennessee Valley where he grew up. In 2022, Tyson teamed up with outlaw rocker, NRA Life Member and NRA Country Artist Jacob Bryant for the single “High Road,” which became one of his most requested songs. In 2023, Tyson has gained the attention of college football fans, creating a stir with his song “Vol Y’all.” With his love of God, country and the outdoors, Tyson is a natural fit for the NRA Country family. His soulful voice and ability to engage the crowd are going to catapult this young entertainer up the charts. And Tyson isn’t finished for 2023—he has more new music coming! Check out his work at TysonLeamonMusic.com. Lisa Supernaugh of NRA Country caught up with Tyson in between shows to ask him a couple of questions.

LS: Tell us a little about how it felt traveling around on a Silver Eagle tour bus when you were so young?
TL: It was nice being able to travel with my family while doing what I love to do.

LS: Do you have a preference for hunting or fishing? If so, what is your favorite animal to hunt or fish?
TL: Fishing, and probably catfish because they put up a good fight. In other words, you have to have some type of skill to catch a catfish.

LS: Who got you into the outdoors? Any favorite memory?
TL: My brothers, Nathan and Caleb. One memory comes to mind: Nathan picked us up one day and took us out on a Jon boat. The boat runs out of gas. Nathan and Caleb start paddling, and I get the bright idea that I can beat them to shore by jumping out, which ended up being a huge mistake. I had previously broken my collar bone a few weeks before and I wasn’t 100%; therefore, paddling was much faster.

LS: Do you have anyone in the music industry that you look up to and why?
TL: Probably Chris Stapleton because even though he was a songwriter, he didn’t branch out and become famous until later.

LS: What’s next for you?
TL: Continuing to pursue music, release more singles, work toward a full album, make connections and hopefully climb my way into the country music industry.

LS: What does Freedom mean to you?
TL: The ability to have choice regardless of reward or consequence. Someone standing on the lines protecting us so that I can have my family and my faith protected.

NRA Country is a lifestyle and a bond between the country music community and hard-working Americans everywhere. It’s powered by pride, freedom, love of country, respect for the military and the responsibilities of protecting the great American life. For more information visit nracountry.com, follow us on Facebook facebook.com/nracountryTwitter @NRACountry, and NRA_Country on Instagram.

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