Emerging country singer-songwriter Shane Wyatt recently wowed the crowd at Firefest in Cold Spring, Minn., while sharing the stage with some of country music’s hottest stars, including Bombshel, Emerson Drive and Little Big Town. Sponsored by Wild Country 99, Firefest raises money for the Cold Spring Fire and Rescue.
The following weekend, Wyatt helped keep the party going for country music fanatics at WeFest in Detroit Lakes, Minn., playing at The Ranch following Keith Urban’s headlining performance.
While tearing up the country charts with songs from his debut album The Last Cowboy – including “The Big Bad Dog,” “Whole Lotta Love” and “She Could Do Better” – Wyatt has shared the stage with his hero Randy Travis, The Bellamy Brothers, Joe Nichols, Eric Church, Phil Vassar, Kellie Pickler and Montgomery Gentry. Wyatt is currently splitting his time between doing shows around the Midwest and songwriting in Nashville for his next album.