Growing up in a musical family, Wyatt started playing the guitar at age 14 and took vocal lessons at the age of 21. After spending many years performing in local bar circuit Wyatt dreamed of moving to Nashville to pursue his musical career. The death of Wyatt's father in 2007 prompted Wyatt to take a leap of faith and head out to Nashville to follow his dreams.
When Wyatt returned home, friends began approaching Wyatt telling him, "congratulations! You finally made it! Confused by these comments, Wyatt soon became aware that there was a fairly new country artist named Jason Aldean who Wyatt apparently looked like. Over the next 4 years, Wyatt got approached by the public asking if he was Jason Aldean. In 2011, when Jason Aldean hit it big with "Dirt Road Anthem" people really started to approach Wyatt.
In 2012, Wyatt emailed 3 tribute shows in Las Vegas to see if they believed he also looked like Jason Aldean. About a week later, Country Superstars, a show in the V Theaters at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, sent him back an email agreeing Wyatt looked like Jason Aldean and 3 months after that Wyatt was performing on the Las Vegas Strip.
In 2015 Wyatt teamed up with "Country Artists Tribute" a 3 artists tribute show owned by Reno Vegas Entertainment performing on the West Coast at fairs and casinos.
Today, Wyatt is traveling internationally booking casinos, cruises, fairs, festivals and clubs for himself and also performing with Nashville Stars Live. For more information regarding booking The Ultimate Aldean Experience please contact us via our contact tab.
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