Biography

Luke Olson’s music career began when he was eight years old. He celebrated his 31st birthday in May of 2009 and has been singing and playing to appreciative audiences for more than a decade. Luke has now recorded five albums, MAYBE SOMEDAY (recorded in San Antonio in 1996), SOUTHERN SKIES (recorded in San Antonio in 1997), PANHANDLE SUNSET ( produced by Lloyd Maines and recorded in June 1999 at Meridian and Cedar Creek Studios in Fair Oaks and Austin, Texas), UVALDE (produced by Lloyd Maines and recorded at Cedar Creek Studios in Austin) and his latest RED RIVER BLUE. Uvalde, inspired by Luke’s travels throughout Texas and beyond, contains seven original songs and three cover songs. Additionally, the single Gulf Coast Romance features Pat Green and Ray Wylie Hubbard and the single All These Years features Terri Hendrix. Red River Blue, was released on Sustain Records in 2008. Luke recorded 12 songs for this new compilation recorded in Nashville. Shortly after the recording Luke traveled to Europe and played summer Festivals in Southern France, and Switzerland. Luke has shared the stage and been an opening act for artists such as Charlie Robison, Bruce Robison, Jack Ingram, Joe Ely, Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Chris Wall, Bellamy Brothers, Robert Earl Keen, Lyle Lovett, Jerry Jeff Walker, Cooder Graw, Alabama, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Terri Hendrix, Steve Fromhloz, Merle Haggard, David Allan Coe, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Roger Creager, and Gary P. Nunn.

Edited by carlolsonjr on 15 Apr 2010, 19:40

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