Raised on the dirt road of a small town called Dallas, Jayron Weaver began laying musical roots. With a family history of moonshining and bootleging, it's no suprise he grew up rooming the rolling hills of Georgia: exploring copper mines, railroad tracks, and listening to his family perform a mix of Bluegrass, Country and Gospel.
Influenced by the likes of Alison Krauss, Etta James, Eric Clapton, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Nickel Creek, Ricky Scaggs, SRV, Steve Earl, Vince Gill, Oasis, and the Wallflowers, Jayron's music crosses genre lines.
In March of 2007 Jayron joined RCA recording artist Delnora Reed, and formed the duo band, “Blue Eyed Grass”. Blue Eyed Grass released three albums together and toured through January of 2011. The duo made milestones such as making Gibson Guitars' list, “Best New Musicians”.
Jayron has shared the stage with some of country music's headliners, Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, Sugarland, Josh Turner, LeeAnn Rimes, and many others. Jayron also appeared on several television shows, USA networks "Nashville Star" (landed the 4th seat on the tour), a finalist on CMT's "Can You Duet", Fox's "American Idol", and ABC’s 20/20.
There is no stopping this young man from Dallas Georgia, with his bionic vessel of a voice coupled with his tenacious guitar playing, and engaging lyrics there is only one way to go for Jayron Weaver, and that is straight to the top of the charts.