Gary Dayton Hill
Hailing from a family of Kentucky born country singers and musicians, Gary Dayton Hill, "Dayton", has had a long career writing, singing and performing along with some of the best musicians in the world. Dayton captivates audiences with his deep, rich baritone voice wrapped around self-crafted lyrics that speak of his unique and storied life. Dayton toured with Waylon Jennings and Jesse Coulter for the "Outlaw Tour" while on label with Capitol Records, for which created two records, "Mountain Man" and "Booga Billy" (credited simply as "Hill"). On the way to his recording deal, he was the featured "long haired" country act at the world famous Palomino nightclub, as well as the widely known Sundance Saloon and was the local, on call country band for Doug Weston's Troubadour. Dayton and his music artist wife, Sage, hideout in the mountains of Malibu, writing and singing.