The Olson Band
Origin: Olympia, Washington - United States
The Olson Band appeared on the country music scene in 2013 when they won a national songwriter contest for their hit song “Sunrise” in the Texaco Country Showdown, winning them a trip to Nashville to consult with a publishing house and be presented at The Grand Ole ‘Opry.
The band was born in Olympia, WA and is led by singer / songwriter and brothers Luke and Isaac Olson and by the recent addition, Kaylee Rose Olson. Since then, the band has released two complete albums “Lookin ‘At You” and “Let The Jack Drop” and an EP “A New High”.
In recent years they have played on tour in the Pacific Northwest playing in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, and have received radio in WA for their singles “Kiss Me Slow”, “By and By” and more recently “If I Find You.”
Their single “If I Find You” has just hit over 2 million streams on Spotify. The third studio album “Dancin ‘In Headlights”, highly anticipated by the band, was released at the beginning of 2019 in physical copies and is scheduled for digital release in May.