An American Outlaw Singer Songwriter with 4 self penned CD's now being played all over the planet including but not limited to Pandora, Spotify, Rhapsody, iTunes, Direct TV Channel 811 'Honky Tonk Tavern' and more and more and more...
WC drives built in America Chevy trucks, rides Harley Davidson motorcycles plays Martin guitars & drinks Budweiser beer.
He wears his emotions on his sleeve and 'calls em like he see's em'. He loves & respects everyone from all walks of life, ethnicity's & religions and agree's 'it's all about KARMA' baby.
An American Outlaw Singer Songwriter
New Album coming Summer of 2018
From Los Angeles
Beginning Feb 2018
Lower 48 US States
Standing at six foot three inches tall WC Edgar is the epitome of everything an American Outlaw Singer Songwriter should be. From the days of riding around in smoke filled over crowded rickety vans to million dollar tour buses you could say he's done it all.
Moving to Nashville Tennessee in 1989 with dreams of becoming an artist WC Edgar went to work playing pedal steel guitar for the likes of Alan Jackson, Tim McGraw, Opryland USA on the Country Music USA Show at the once famed country music park, Ty England, BB Watson, Jeff Carson, Marty Haggard, Angela Parrish, Whitey Morgan, Dale Watson, Leroy Van Dyke, Lucky Tubb and many more just to help pay the bills
It's often been said that every now and then a really special artist that has what it takes to 'shake things up' in the music industry seems to fall through the cracks in the everyday corporate BS and backstabbing that goes on in what used to be referred to as 'Music City USA' and WC Edgar IS one of those artists.
In 2003 WC started writing again and the rest is history. After 9 trips to France, a two week tour of Australia, a whirlwind 10 shows in 10 cities in 10 days in Spain to Canada, Sweden and most of the lower 48 United States WC Edgar is very much living that 'honky tonk dream'.
With his trusty Martin HD-28 guitar, new music under his belt in 2018
& influences the likes of Merle Haggard & Jamey Johnson we'd say he's well on his way to being the Outlaw artist he's always wanted to be.
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