Carver Louis born and raised in small town Tooele, Utah lived the life of any home town kid. He grew up playing sports for the local high school, from running track to being the quarterback of the football team. During rodeo season he ran shoots and did Monday Night Buck Outs, all while listening to the greats like George Straight and Alan Jackson. Being molded by small town country music it was only fitting that Carver took the title of Mr. Tooele 2016 with his cover of Thomas Rhett’s “Die a Happy Man.”
Soon after releasing his debut single “Through with You”, in 2017, Carver’s music career took off. He began performing at various venues such as music festivals, rodeos and county fairs. As college approached Carver was prepared to take a spot on the Weber State University football team, until the owner of Country Fan Fest offered a spot for him to perform at the 2017 festival.
As Carver’s gained traction and his popularity grew so did the audience, going from 12 people at a barbecue joint to 6,000 when he opened for Rodney Atkins at Cherry Peak Resort. Larger performances such as the Country Summer Music Festival in California followed soon after the release of his freshman album Through with You in 2018. Which included “Country Way,” “All Because of You,” and “Yesterday.” In 2018, Carver, during a radio interview with KBULL 93, a local country radio station, he premiered his Thomas Rhett inspired single tilted “Light of My Life Girl.” Carver’s latest single, “Change Up” was released this previous summer as a summer hit.
During his career Carver has been given the opportunity to open for a wide range of country artists including: Rodney Atkins, Travis Denning, John Micheal Montgomery, Diamond Rio, Carly Pierce, Morgan Evans, Thompson Square, Trick Pony, LoCash, Midland, Coffey Anderson, Waterloo Revival and Black Hawk. During his shows he commits to give the audience 100%, pouring his heart out in every song never leaving the audience disappointed.
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