Jake Clayton is a gifted singer, thought-provoking songwriter and talented multi-instrumentalist who is attracting the attention of Country fans and radio programmers everywhere with his hot new single, "What Not to Do." Jake is the rare artist who is able to enthrall a packed house with not just his vocals, songs and showmanship, but with his amazing instrumental ability as well. Playing over 20 instruments as an in-demand Nashville session musician, he is now stepping out on his own to take his place among the greats of Country music. As an in-demand studio musician, Jake's credits include playing violin and cello on Thompson Square's #1 single, "If I Didn't Have You," and playing fiddle, dobro and lap steel on Sunny Sweeney's critically acclaimed album, Provoked.
He was the featured dobro player on Joey & Rory's Inspired DVD and TV special, and he recorded and co-produced the theme song for The Sportsman Channel's Legacy Trails TV. Jake also recorded an acclaimed instrumental album, Barnyard Stomp, which was distributed by Rock guitar legend Steve Vai's Favored Nations label. As a solo artist, Jake has opened for Charlie Daniels, Jon Pardi, and Jerrod Niemann. He's seen his childhood dreams come true as he's graced the stages of Madison Square Garden, The Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and other legendary venues.