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Born in Lone Star and raised in Austin, Texas, Darwin Macon grew up around music. At home, he loved his Mom’s country favorites like George Strait, Alabama, and Conway Twitty. While working summers for his Dad’s construction company, Macon was exposed to classics like Bob Seger, John Cougar Mellencamp, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

As an all-star athlete in high school, Darwin had multiple scholarship offers, but chose flight school instead. “I’d dreamed of two things my entire life,” Macon says, “singing and flying.” After earning his pilot’s license, he and his Dad launched a professional drag racing team featuring Darwin as the driver. For several years, the team toured around Texas, winning events regularly. During this time, Darwin continued performing every chance he could get.

After losing both parents, Darwin‘s passion for music led him to pursue his dream of making music full time. He invested in a pro-level sound system and concert light show, a tour bus, and gathered a team of experienced professional musicians who share his rigorous work ethic. Macon and his band teamed up with well-known Nashville producer/songwriter/guitarist Bobby Terry (Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Montgomery Gentry, Brad Paisley, Trace Adkins) and producer Jason Rooks (R/R Studio, Lake Jackson TX) to work on his debut album, a six-song EP aptly titled “Long Time Coming”.

Macon is currently traveling the Texas roads and breaking attendance records with his charismatic personality, energetic and captivating stage show, and talented backing band.

No matter whether on the sports field, in the air, on the road, or in front of a microphone, two words have consistently been used to describe Macon: “professional and passionate.”

Darwin Macon‘s first single release “I Still Drink About Her” topped the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR) at #37 and #45 on the Texas Music Charts (TMC) !! The song ended up at #109 of the Top 200 songs of 2015 on the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR) charts.

His self-penned second single “Getting Over You” was released on August 24th and has been climbing up the charts.

2016 is going to start with the release of Darwin Macon‘s third single “This Ain’t The Love (I Signed Up For)” and a brand-new video.

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