Lloyd Knight / Bio

Raised in Vidalia, Georgia, Lloyd Knight decided at a young age that he wanted nothing more than to be an entertainer. So he started right away, serenading anyone who would listen with Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues". Although he has expanded his repertoire since then, Lloyd remains true to the southern rock and country influences of his upbringing. 

Lloyd has toured extensively since the early 90s, including such places as Georgia (of course), New Mexico, Wyoming, and Colorado. Since settling in Nashville in 2002, Lloyd has continued his busy touring schedule. Recently, he performed at the Grand Opening of Rockingham's in Alabama, and then he continued on to TX where he sang "Wishing I Was Home" for the troops at a Midland Rock Hounds baseball game. 

Lloyd joined the Rustic Records, Inc. family in March 2005. The first single from this project, Was It Good For You was released last September, and "Wishing I Was Home" followed this spring. Lloyd's third single, "That's What a Redneck Is," was just released to country radio. Lloyd is working on plans to go back out on the road in the coming months. 

Lloyd's live performance is not to be missed. His high energy style and love for the spotlight make for an unforgettable show that always leaves his audience wanting more.

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Lloyd Knight
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Nashville, TN