Buckeye Country Superfest Pre-Party featuring Wyatt Flores

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Buckeye Country Superfest Pre-Party featuring
WYATT FLORES
Alex Lambert
Ages: All Ages
Doors Open: 07:00PM
Wyatt Flores carries around old memories, the ghosts of loved ones, and dreams of a better future in his music. This Mexican-American Oklahoma-born troubadour sings from the gut, telling stories against a gritty country soundtrack. His unfiltered thoughts on life, death, addiction, pain, and joy emerge through his delivery.

“I’m only getting one chance at life, so I try to be present,” he proclaims. “There’s more to existence than what the average person experiences. Death is always riding in the passenger seat… I choose to be friends with it.”

He grew up surrounded by music in Stillwater, OK. Influenced by family and artists like Turnpike Troubadours, Tyler Childers, and Jason Isbell, he developed his style. He attributes his character to Oklahoma’s history of resilience.

During COVID, he left OSU, working on a ranch and writing songs. At 19, his debut “Travelin’ Kid” gained traction. “Please Don’t Go” caught fire online, leading to The Hutson Sessions EP. He then released “Break My Bones” and “Ain’t Proud,” amassing millions of streams. Along the way, he inked a deal with Island Records.

“It’s gone from absolutely nothing to everything”

Life Lessons’ title track reflects his non-conformist approach to life. Other songs like “3/13,” detail personal lows and learning from mistakes.

Flores’ music calls to live fully, embodying his journey and learning. Life Lessons symbolizes his evolution and growth.

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Sat, Jun 22 • 7:00 pm - ?

Newport Music Hall • 1722 N High St, Columbus 43201

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Buckeye Country Superfest Pre-Party featuring WYATT FLORES Alex Lambert Ages: All Ages Doors Open: 07:00PM Wyatt Flores carries around old memories, the ghosts of loved ones, and dreams of a better future in his music. This Mexican-American Oklahoma-born troubadour sings from the gut, telling stories against a gritty country soundtrack. His unfiltered thoughts on life, death, addiction, pain, and joy emerge through his delivery. “I’m only getting one chance at life, so I try to be present,” he proclaims. “There’s more to existence than what the average person experiences. Death is always riding in the passenger seat… I choose to be friends with it.” He grew up surrounded by music in Stillwater, OK. Influenced by family and artists like Turnpike Troubadours, Tyler Childers, and Jason Isbell, he developed his style. He attributes his character to Oklahoma’s history of resilience. During COVID, he left OSU, working on a ranch and writing songs. At 19, his debut “Travelin’ Kid” gained traction. “Please Don’t Go” caught fire online, leading to The Hutson Sessions EP. He then released “Break My Bones” and “Ain’t Proud,” amassing millions of streams. Along the way, he inked a deal with Island Records. “It’s gone from absolutely nothing to everything” Life Lessons’ title track reflects his non-conformist approach to life. Other songs like “3/13,” detail personal lows and learning from mistakes. Flores’ music calls to live fully, embodying his journey and learning. Life Lessons symbolizes his evolution and growth.

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