Geoffrey James Landon was born in Waukesha Wisconsin in September 15th 1975.As a child music surrounded his home.
In 1982 his father bought Geoff his first guitar.And throughout the 1980's Geoff listened and prepared himself for a career in music.Maybe not even knowing it at first.
Watching his Uncle Mark's rock band in the early 90's gave Geoff a taste of bar and honky-tonk playing and only fueled his fire to perform even more.Through it all He graduated high school with band and choir honors lettering in three sports.
Then came 1994 . . . Marine Corps . . .boot camp injuries would bring Geoff back home.Geoff recalls they day he left I saw CMT for the first time and knew I was meant to be a singer!Don't Take The Girl-the Tim McGraw hit was his inspiration that day.Performing that song and many more at shows street corners bars biker events and in church is all he wanted.A chance to tell a life story Why?!?Only God knows for sure!
In 1997 Geoff began a series of stints in Nashville.Performing in The Wildhorse Saloon The Broken Spoke Saloon and Writer's Café the World Famous Turf and Wade's Hall Of Fame Bar.Meeting writers like Reece Wilson and Tony Arata was a dream come true for Geoff.
Geoff cut a demo CD with ADG Nashville in 2000.Davis and John Jonethis worked with Geoff to create the EP Clean Out Of Nashville.
In 2001 Geoff created a band to perform around Wisconsin.
Since then Geoff Landon The Wolfpack has become one of the top 5 country bands in Wisconsin.Nominated For 2006 WAMI Vocalist Of The Year
2007 WAMI Male Vocalist Of The Year
2008 2009 WAMI Country Band Of The Year (Wolfpack)
15+ WAMI Nominations
Every Man Can't Live One Man's Dream But One Man Can Live Every Man's Dream.-Geoff Landon