Based in Charlottesville, VA, Will Overman's music carries a maturity to match the up-and-down life he has lived over the past 26 years. From fronting a touring band while attending college, through-hiking the Appalachian Trail and traveling around the world for several months, to witnessing his parents divorce, standing by his wife as she fought and beat cancer twice, and going through tough financial situations while trying to make it as a creator; Will’s songs evoke the wisdom of an old soul with youthful optimism.
Will initially found success with his collaborative project, Will Overman Band, touring up and down the east coast on the weekends while attending college at UVA. The band released two EPs and an LP from 2013-2017. In the spring of 2017, Will graduated and the band decided to go their separate ways. Not sure what to do next, Will began writing again, culminating in the release of his first solo studio work, 2017’s Crossroads EP.
Will shares his stories and perspective through songs that cross genres from Pop and Folk to Country and Rock ‘n Roll; taking an approach laid by legendary artists such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and James Taylor, and expanded upon by the likes of Josh Ritter, Jason Isbell, and John Mayer.
In 2020, Will followed up the Crossroads EP with three new singles; pop-infused soft rocker "Something to Hold", red dirt/outlaw country inspired "Living Wage", and pop-americana anthem "Little Things" before announcing his debut solo LP The Winemaker's Daughter, will be released on Feb. 12, 2021.
Continental United States + Europe + Festivals
Summer 2021 - Fall 2021