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North Carolina native, Avery Roberson, realized his love of music and acquired his talent for entertainment from his father and grandfather. Music was all around Avery growing up, and Dad, Tony, played in a country music band called the Hutchins Brothers. They had a Top 100 hit in the late 80s. As a result, Avery picked up the guitar and started singing at an early age. It didn't take long for him to fall in love with Country Music.

Avery got his break when NBC's The Voice cast him in their 20th Season. He finished in the top 28, and the experience solidified his thirst for the stage. Since then, Avery has been writing, spending time in the studio, and playing at live events such as the Carolina Country Music Festival. He released his first single, "Ringtone." which debuted on iTunes Top 100 Country Chart, followed by "Lord Have Mercy," “Forever on Your Lips,” “Home Sweet Home,” and “Always Something.” The song "Alive" is his most famous song yet, with over 1.5 million streams.

When he’s not writing new songs, or in the studio recording, Avery enjoys fishing, hanging out at bonfires, playing cornhole, and taking in a few rounds of golf now and again.

So great to have your interview with us, Avery!

Thank you for asking! It’s an honor.

What have you been up to musically?

Recently, I released a new song called “Always Something.” Also, I had a couple of buddies join me in Nashville so that we could write new songs. Networking is essential, so we are joining in on Writer’s Rounds and meeting many new people.

Any creative risks you have taken lately that have paid off?

My best song to date, “Live,” was a creative risk. I wanted to create a honky tonk country song, but it’s a style that goes against the mainstream country. I was hesitant, but it has been streamed more than any song I have released to date.

What would you like to master when it comes to your music

I would like to be a better guitar player and learn how to use a pick. I also just want to be an all-around better performer.

Can you take us into the music making of your new music, "Always Something"?

I have to tell you that I didn’t write this song. You see, my dad and cousins formed a musical group in the 80s. They picked this song from a catalog and decided to record it. My dad showed me this song when I was 8. It was so meaningful to me that I knew that I needed to recreate it.

Less is more, or more is more when it comes to your music?

More is more. I want to put out as much music as possible.

Any hidden meanings in Always Something that you would like to share?

The snippet at the beginning was taken from my dad’s original song recording.

Any predictions about your career for next year?

Going forward, the music I record will represent more about who I am versus what the industry expects me to sing.

Is there a dream goal you are daydreaming about?

Playing for the Grand Ole Opry has always been a dream of mine.

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