Levon Releases Debut EP

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• May 12, 2017

Country group Levon, which dually signed to Sony Music’s Columbia Nashville and Epic Records, have released their self-titled debut EP. The new group’s name is an homage to The Band’s Levon Helm, as well as Elton John’s song “Levon.”

Levon consists of Northbrook, Illinois native Michael David Hall on guitar and lead vocals; Sumter, South Carolina native Jake Singleton on harmonies, bass and percussion; and Camden, Tennessee native Ryan Holladay on guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonies. Levon’s five-song EP was produced and arranged by GB Productions’ Jamie Houston.

View the band’s video biography below:

Levon EP Track Listing

1. “Why Oh Why”
Michael David Hall/James Dean Hicks/Jamie Houston

2. “Runaway Love”
Michael David Hall/Chris Lindsey/Jamie Houston

3. “Wired”
Michael David Hall/Marc Beeson/Jamie Houston

4. “Give Up Your Heart”
Jamie Houston/Craig Wiseman

5. “Ms. Marianne”
Michael David Hall/James Dean Hicks/Jamie Houston

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