Trea Landon was raised in a rural community in Claxton, Georgia. As a teenager, Landon dabbled in the world of rock but when he was 16, Landon picked up a guitar after his grandfather taught him some chords.
In 2015, the 21-year-old singer/songwriter moved to Nashville in hopes of taking his music to the next level. A few weeks after Landon arrived in Music City, he signed his first publishing deal with Play It Again Music. While also having an impeccable songwriting career, Landon’s artist has allowed him to open for Craig Campbell, Clare Dunn, Jon Langston, Luke Combs, and most recently Cole Swindell.
By 2019, his stardom had risen to the point that he landed a recording contract with Warner Music, and in May of that year, he issued his first single for his new label, “Loved by a Country Boy,” which has been streamed over 10 million times on Spotify alone. Shortly following Landon released another win for Warner titled “Get the Girl” which quickly gained traction from streaming services and sits at his number two spot for most listened songs.