Today, Jason Wyatt, lead singer of The Lost Trailers announced his resignation from the country duo.
Wyatt cites a resurgence of interest in restarting his solo career and a need to better focus on the growth of his music production, songwriting and artist development company, Jason Wyatt Productions. Rounding out the next chapter of his career, Wyatt has been signed on as a consultant and producer with American Country Star, the Nashville-based national music competition for aspiring country artists.
“I really appreciate these last few years with the Trailers,” says Wyatt. “I have loved playing to all of the great fans around the country. All I can say is stay excited… there’s a lot more to come.”
Wyatt is currently hard at work on his upcoming solo album currently slated for a 4th quarter 2014 release.
The Lost Trailers saw two Top-40 Country hits during the 2011-2014 tenure with Wyatt. The upbeat “American Beauty” was used in a featured montage to celebrate Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas and the fan favorite “Underdog,” was the group’s first single released with Wyatt as the band’s front man.