The Bottom Line
- "Beer Man"
- "Dixie Rose Deluxe's"
- "The Wishing Well"
- Self-titled debut album with Columbia Nashville.
- Trent co-wrote 8 of the 11 songs on this album.
- Columbia Nashville Recording Artist with 2 videos on CMT & GAC.
Guide Review - Trent Willmon - Trent Willmon
Willmon reached the Top 30 earlier this year with first release off his album with "Beer Man." Also currently climbing the charts is his "Dixie Rose Deluxe's Honky-Tonk, Feed Store, Gun Shop, Used Car, Beer, Bait, BBQ, Barber Shop, Laundromat" (might be going for the longest country song title in history here.) In which he also has a video and both his quarter horse "Brumby" and dog "Blue" make cameos in along with his gun-shaped smoker, he also built and has been taking to a few lucky radio stations, Nicknamed: "The Smoking Gun Tour" cooking his famous brisket. YUM!
Trent 's first song he ever wrote with Bobby Pinson "The Good Life" both Montgomery Gentry and Darryl Worley recorded, but it never made it on either's album. "The Wishing Well" " is a favorite he's written. It's a name of a bar, says it just sounded like one. Trent does a great job writing so don't forget to look for other songs he's written like a song on Julie Roberts album "Rain on a Tin Roof" which Trent wrote with Chris Stapleton. Keep an eye on this guy, I'm sure we'll hear more from him.