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Raised in small-town Haleyville, Alabama, singer/songwriter Reid Haughton caught the music bug after picking up a guitar one day during church lessons. Haughton continued to hone his craft and develop his own musical style throughout high school before moving to Auburn, Alabama in 2017 to attend school at Auburn University. In just a few short months, he quickly became immersed in the college circuit, booking gigs and filling rooms in towns throughout the southeast. Growing up listening to his father’s vast taste in music and his mother’s love of classic country melodies, Haughton has solidified his sound by mixing his southern rock production and melodies with modern, red dirt vocals. In 2021, Haughton made the move to Nashville, signed his first publishing deal with River House Artists, and in 2022, recorded a whole new batch of songs with producer Sadler Vaden. His most recent single, "Day You Don't" is the launch to this “new southern rock era” of Reid Haughton and sets the stage for the new music to come. When Reid isn’t writing songs or traveling for his own shows, he is more than likely attending others’ concerts or cooking on his Blackstone.
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