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About Carson Lueders

Singer Carson Lueders is an exuberant performer known for his romantic, upbeat pop that blends acoustic balladry, R&B, and electronic dance music. Born in 2001 in Spokane, Washington, Lueders began playing guitar around age five, and by age eight was already writing and performing his own songs. Initially inspired by country artists like Keith Urban and Kenny Chesney, his sound eventually took on a more pop-oriented sound evincing the influence of Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Drake, and others. Along with singing in church, he gained early exposure giving local appearances, and in 2011 he reached the finals of Spokane's Got Talent. Along the way, he also began posting songs online, and quickly amassed a sizable fan base. In 2013, his profile got a boost after he performed with Keith Urban on The View. Two years later, he toured as part of the PopNation Tour and released his debut EP, All Day. More well-regarded singles followed, including "Try Me" and "Remember Summertime." He released the single "You're the Reason" in 2018.

HOMETOWN
Spokane, WA
GENRE
Pop
BORN
February 26, 2001

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