Country singer who was also a former professional wrestler in World Championship Wrestling before an injury forced him to quit. He released hits like the #1 single "Yes!"
He played football in high school and moved to Nashville to pursue a singing career, which led him to be signed by Warner Bros. Records in 1994.
He worked as a disc jockey for WQYK-FM in Tampa, Florida where he co-hosted a morning show.
He has been married twice.
In 2007 he signed with Rocky Comfort Records, which was started by Tracy Lawrence.