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Big State Recording artist Steven Ingram is a small town guy with a big heart and even bigger voice. He started singing for his church in small town Cisco, Texas at the early age of 14. Since then he has been winning over just about anyone who listens. As a young man he spent years playing and singing all over the state of Texas and has even opened for recording artist such as Rick Trevino and Trailer Choir. As a boy he played for VFWs, local cram jams and festivals but in 2001 he finally fulfilled his dreams of moving to Nashville, Tennessee and pursuing a major label deal. With at least 50,000 other country music star hopefuls to compete with, Nashville turned out to be a huge change for Steven. He found himself working just about any job he could find during the day so that at night he could sing on every stage with a microphone and an audience willing to listen. Performing at such local Nashville venues as the world famous "Legends Corner", "The Stage", "Broken Spoke Saloon" and "Tootsie's" to name just a few! No stage has ever been too big or too small for Steven. On more than one occasion, Steven could be found down in "Printers Alley" sharing the stage with such recording artist as Toby Kieth, Clay Walker and Rascal Flatts!!! He even hosted a few Karaoke shows if the chance came up. These days he’s still singing and playing his own brand of country music and even has a single about to be released to the Texas music charts through Big State Records! Recently he has started writing his own songs and if you were to a ask him about writing music he will tell you he would of started doing that sooner but hadn't lived anything worth writing about. Well he sure has now!