At a time in the music industry when gimmicks and multi-million dollar stage productions often overshadow the music, Eldon Huff keeps it simple and straight to the point with a no frills approach. Born and raised in Harlan, KY, he began his career at just 12 years old playing in a house band at a local V.F.W. Throughout his teens he honed his skills in the dive bars and honky-tonks of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. Music Row quickly recognized him as a serious "Triple Threat". An ace guitarist with a soulful voice filled with honesty and conviction, matched with down home lyrics and a stage presence all his own. During his 3 years at Sony, he and his band stayed on the road playing nearly 200 shows a year, building and maintaining a loyal fan base. In 2010 Huff went back on the road, as lead guitarist and background vocalist, for country artist Eric Church. The time spent as a sideman on a major tour inspired Huff to search a little deeper for his own voice as an artist. After a bittersweet departure from the Eric Church band he set out to make a straight up rock and roll record, as the Eldon Huff Band. The power trio's release, "Hellfire and Heartaches", gained some critical success and respect from members of the classic rock community. In 2014 he found himself back to writing and producing tracks for a new country release. "I'm back to doing what brought me to Nashville, writing great country songs and playing them to the best of my ability. I'm looking forward to making a new record and playing these songs for the fans." A journey that is far from over and a new chapter that will no doubt bring the success he's worked hard for. The future looks bright for Eldon Huff.