Craig Wayne Boyd
An extreme talent who excelled at singing and playing the guitar at the age of four, Craig Wayne Boyd received long-due critical and mainstream recognition as the Season 7 winner of NBC’s The Voice as a member of Team Blake (Shelton).
His sound is rooted in the southern tradition of country music and is topped with a rebellious flair. Growing up in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Mesquite, Craig was born under the influence of gospel and country music and was later his church choir director. After a trip to Nashville brought life-changing events his way, Craig headed to Music City and signed a publishing deal with EMI shortly thereafter.
Logging in several years of prolific songwriting, Craig then turned to the road and toured constantly, playing more than 1,000 shows in four years, and opening for acts like Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser and Brantley Gilbert. In 2015, Craig opened up for Rascal Flatts during their Vegas Riot! nine-show residency at the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas before continuing on his headlining West Bound and Down Tour.
Since winning The Voice, Craig has been busy both touring and writing a new album which includes his new single “I’m Still Here”.