Layne Wrye
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Layne Wrye

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"Opening for Capitol's Luke Bryan"

Layne gives an high powered, energy filled performance. We had Layne open for Luke Bryan, and Layne brought almost as many fans as Luke
He did a broad range of tunes that covered everything from rock to classic country. I would highly recommend him and his band!

Eric Wiegel
Coyote's Louisville - Eric Wiegel

"Krider Performing Arts Center"

Layne Wrye and Jon Nite pepped up the crowd Friday night during a concert at the Krider Performing Arts Center. Nite opened the show for Wrye. Wrye and Nite performed several of their original songs for the audience of about 300, and also performed some country classics. Wrye became emotional on stage when talking about getting to perform a concert in his hometown. Also pictured are drummer Kyle Burham and bass guitarist Shade Cling (right). Not pictured was guitarist Roger Avery. For more information about Wrye, visit his Web site at Nite has a MySpace page. - Paris Post Intellegencer

"100.9 Fun on the Farm Jamboree"

"Layne Wrye is the real deal! He takes country music back to the country with a great sound and edge that is missing from much of today's music. His performances on our Jamboree and in-studio were memorable moments."

Kelly Green
100.9 The Farm
- Kelly Green

"Neon Armadillo"

"Layne and Jon rocked and packed the house! It was a fun filled night that everyone enjoyed." - Tony Rafiei


Suddenly is currently being played in small markets. However, many songs have been signed for hit NBC television.



Born in Paris, TN, Layne began singing at the age of 14 as the song leader for the New Bethel Church of Christ. He got his love for country music from his father who would play artist such as Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams Sr., and Willie Nelson. He played his first 45, Burning Ring of Fire, until it was unrecognizable. "Daddy played the guitar and sang alot to us at the house. We also got to hear him sing in church on Sunday. His talents came from my grandaddy who would do the same, only he played the fiddle and mandolin. I guess that family influence is how I caught my fever for music." Layne began writing music and singing in college at local fraternity events. That is when influences like Hank Williams Jr. and George Strait began to shine through. For more information about Layne, please visit .