Will Overman’s music can be best described as Country-Americana, but it’s not your typical Country-Americana sound. Sonically it is restless by nature, always searching for something new, and with Will’s heart-worn lyrics and dynamic vocal delivery, it makes for a memorable mixture that is hard to place but easy to love.

Following the successful and well-received release of the debut single “Something to Hold” from The Winemaker’s Daughter on February 14, 2020, Will hit the road on his first major solo tour just as the pandemic started shutting down the world. Will has put tens of thousands of miles on his van while traveling from shows from Savannah to Minneapolis to Boston, and everywhere in between.

Armed with a powerful voice and powerful convictions, Will Overman is slowly but surely building a name for himself performing throughout the east coast at venues and festivals such as The Jefferson Theater, Fall for Greenville, The Basement and supporting artists like Joe Pug, Christian Lopez, Dead Horses, Grady Spencer & the Work, etc. Regardless of whether you get a first listen of Will at the next show or song on shuffle, you can be sure that it won’t be long before you know his songs by heart.