Tony Lucca is more than just another Americana-meets-pop-meets-rock singer-songwriter in the Nashville scene. The seasoned veteran kicked off his career, of all places, on The Mickey Mouse Club at the age of 14, and has been chasing the dream of musical stardom ever since.

That chase led Lucca to audition for Season Two of The Voice in 2012. He finished third and was signed briefly to his coach Adam Levine's record label, but switch gears after spending a lot of time co-writing in Music City.

On Friday (March 29), Lucca dropped Ain't No Storm. Ahead of its release, the Detroit, Mich., native shared some insight into the new record with The Boot, walking through the project track by track to reveal what inspired the songs.

Want to know more? Scroll through the gallery below to find out more about Lucca and what moves him.

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