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Wyatt Durrette


Cory Council

Ken Weinstein


Wyatt Durrette is an acclaimed singer/songwriter originally from Richmond, VA who now is based in the Charleston, SC area.
Best known for his work with Luke Combs and Zac Brown Band, Wyatt’s songs have garnered a record-setting collection of hits. Combs’ song “Beautiful Crazy” co-written by Wyatt, won the CMA Song of the Year, has gone 4X PLATINUM and sat at #1 for seven weeks. Comb’s latest single, “Even Though I’m Leaving”, was also co-written by Wyatt and topped the Billboard Country Airplay chart at #1.
In total, more than forty artist songwriting collaborations have led to 2 BILLION digital streams, 24 MILLION singles sold, 9 MILLION albums sold, 14 Numbers Ones and 17 Number Ones at Country & Rock Radio.
Hot off the heels of a GRAMMY win for the Zac Brown Band as “Best New Artist,” the band made history as the first artist to achieve four #1 songs in a row from a debut album—all four of these songs co-written by Wyatt, including #1 platinum hits “Chicken Fried,” “Toes,” as well as “Whatever It Is,” and “Highway 20 Ride.” His songs have since helped secure 8 GRAMMY Awards and countless nominations.
Wyatt has been presented with the incredible honor of the CMA Triple Play Award not once, but twice, as “Chicken Fried,” “Whatever It Is,” and “Toes” were all chart-topping hits within a twelve-month period, followed by “Highway 20 Ride,” “As She’s Walking Away,” and “Colder Weather.” Wyatt’s writing also led to GRAMMY and Academy Award nominations in 2010 for “Where the River Goes”, a song written for the motion Picture ​Footloose​. Furthermore, the song “Homegrown” co-written by Wyatt, was named Song of the Year by SESAC in 2015.

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