Pryor Baird

Friday: 4pm

Pryor Baird is a dynamic songwriter, guitarist, and artist known for his evolution from a bluesy country solo artist on NBC’s The Voice to a soulful country-rock performer. He began playing guitar as a toddler, led a high school band, and moved to Nashville to pursue a solo career. Baird recently debuted at the Grand Ole Opry and released his new track, “Mighta Met A Girl,” on January 26. Co-written with Chris Gelbuda and David Tolliver and produced by Doug Johnson, this track signifies his growth in the music industry.

Baird’s previous releases, “You Are To Me” and “Chasin’ Shadows,” have received strong digital streaming platform support and recognition, featuring on playlists like Spotify’s New Music Friday Country and Apple Music’s New in Country. He supported David Nail on a 12-city tour, showcasing his new music. Born in Orcutt, California, Baird was inspired by his uncle’s guitar playing as a toddler and started his own musical journey at a young age. After leading a band for nearly a decade in San Diego, he moved to Nashville with his guitar and dreams.

Baird’s breakthrough came with his participation in The Voice, where he reached the Top Six in Season 14. Following this, he signed a recording and publishing deal with Black River Entertainment in 2020, continuing to build his career with a soulful, country-rock sound.