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Gethen Jenkins is an award-winning singer-songwriter born in Huntington, West Virginia, and raised in a rural Indian village in Alaska. All-American served eight years in the US Marines.

Sony/RED MUSIC and Five Music Inc. released his six-song EP titled Where The Honkytonk Belongs in July 2017; it had revolving play on Sirius XM’s Outlaw Country and was one of the top-selling Outlaw Country albums on iTunes. After being honored with the Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year awards at December 201 ?’s California Country Awards, Gethen was recently named 2018’s Best Outlaw Country Artist in LA Weekly’s annual Best of L.A. issue.

Earlier this year, Gethen Jenkins recorded his full-length album in Nashville with award-winning producer Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Willie Nelson). The first single, “Bottle In My Hand”, drops August 17 and album coming out Spring 2019.

Gethen’s played over 1,000 live shows, sharing the stage with prominent acts such as The Marshall Tucker Band, Billy Joe Shaver, Wanda Jackson, David Allan Coe, and many more.

Support from Firestone Walker’s 805 Beer, Gibson Guitar, Ernie Ball, SoFar Sounds, non-profit Team Red White and Blue, and Jam In The Van, to name a few.

Establishing a dedicated country fan base in Southern California – not been done since Dwight Yoakam.