Gyth Rigdon is no ordinary Louisiana country boy. Born on February 2, 1994 he was raised working from sun up to sun down on a southern Louisiana race horse farm in a small town called singer, Gyth was by far a stranger to the grueling work scene. When his day’s work was done, that’s when he found himself behind his six string Takamine guitar strumming the tunes that had been playing over and over in his head all day long. That's when the ink met the paper and words met the rhythm for this young musician.
Gyth started singing and playing music at the age of three years old, by the time he was eight he was singing in church, private parties, and talent shows. Gyth's love for music has always been so sincere and second to nothing. Gyth graduated in May of 2012 from a small southern Louisiana school. Throughout Gyth's school years there was never any rest; it was work by day and music by night. His dedication and relentless effort in becoming a professional musician is the very reason his dream is coming alive. His endless drive towards success in the past few years has brought him hard earned experience to carry with him on his march down music road.
Gyth Rigdon has been the opening act for legendary Texas Hall Of Fame country music star JOHNNY LEE, Louisiana Zydecajun star Wayne Toupes, National recording/award winning artist Jake Owen, Country music singer/songwriter/and comedian Jim Stafford, and many more. In May Gyth was a winner of "The Sound" competition held in Lake Charles, La. and will soon be headed to Hollywood, Ca. for the making of the sound track to a new movie called "How To Love A Geek" set to debut in 2013. The stars are bright for the young country music hopeful. His musical gift and his endless humbleness surely shine bright.