Twenty-four-year-old singer-songwriter Trea Landon names Hank Williams Jr. and Kevin Denney as vocal influences, but Landon is just as much his own artist: "I didn't want to do what everyone else had done," he explains in the bio on his website.

The young musician came to Nashville in 2015 to pursue a career ... and he didn't have to wait very long. After just four weeks, Landon signed with Dallas Davidson's Play It Again Publishing, and since then, he has co-written songs with Craig Campbell, Chris Young and Davidson himself.

Landon dropped his own first single, "A Little Bit," on May 26; a June 2-released followup, "When I Get There," was close behind. While more is sure to come from this Georgia native, in the meantime, fans can learn more about Landon -- where he comes from and where he's going next -- by clicking through the photo gallery above.