Steven Whitson is a Nashville Recording Artist and Songwriter born and raised in the small town of Trimble in West Tennessee. His mother says Steven started singing at age three in church with the hymnal turned upside down and has been singing ever since.
Steven began writing and recording his own music when he was just sixteen. Subsequent projects have resulted in a collection of thirteen Independent CD's. Whitson has opened for Rascal Flatts, Craig Morgan, Marty Stuart, and Aaron Tippin; just to name a few.
For the past five years Steven has made his home in Nashville performing at the Fontanel Mansion, former 27,000 square foot log home of Country Legend; Barbara Mandrell. There he spends much of his time hosting tours (or as he says it; "TURS") of the Mansion where he performs along the way for the guests. Recently, the owners of Fontanel; who are also music managers signed Whitson to their new label, Fontanel Records.
In the Fall of 2012, Steven had a producer from LA on one of his "TURS." This meeting resulted in Steven making his television debut on the "Marie Osmond Show," on the Hallmark Channel. Steven has also had the honor to watch and learn from his mentor, "Little Miss Dynamite," Brenda Lee.
Steven is often asked the question, "When are you going to 'make it'?"...Whitson says he has "made it," because he is happy and is able to make a living doing what he loves to do.
Steven attributes his success to God, the loving support of his parents Ricky and Kathy Whitson, and to his loyal following of fans called the "Believers." If it weren't for all of them, "Believin' in Steven," Steven's dream would never have become a reality.