Introducing Carson Peters

Lawrence Edward Hinchee
2 min readMay 26, 2022

Young Carson Peters has been playing the guitar and fiddle for quite some time. The first video shows him at the Grand Ole Opry with Ricky Skaggs when he was either ten or eleven. The second video shows him on the voice where he receives a four chair turn at the age of seventeen. Carson was eliminated in the knockout rounds of the voice competition. I still feel he will be a leader in the resurgent blue grass and classical country music,

He will answer the question that George Jones asked in 1985.

I feel Carson has a lot more to learn in the music industry. I am sure Ricky Skaggs has already taken a vested interest in Carson. Carson seems to be mature above his age with song choice and instrument choice. Is Carson going to be strictly blue grass or a combination of both? I think he will be a combination of both. Blue grass hasn’t lost it’s popularity but the audience is dying down and thinning out because it is usually an older generation.

Carson Peters isn’t like Taj Farrant and tied to one instrument, but both are musicians and they do sing. I have featured several other young singers in the last couple of months, Dylan Zangwill who plays the keyboard and guitar, as well as Benicio Bryant who sings and plays the guitar. Those are four really good young performers there.

The new country music they are putting out today sound too much like regurgitated hip hop. That caused Alan Jackson to write and sing a song, Country Music Where have you gone? We need more than just Carson Peters to bring back traditional country music. We need about one hundred Carson Peters to bring back classic country music.

I am getting to the point of where I stream my music on Pandora and I can have as many channels as I want, country or any singer I want.

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Lawrence Edward Hinchee

I am a published author. Book Titled Silent Cries A Memoir. I am a writer, photographer and author. I write under the pen name Brent Seheult. I also read a lot