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Former Dawson County student signs with label
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Front row: Chris DuBois of Sea Gayle Music, Peytan Porter and Christina Wiltshire of Sea Gayle Music. Back Row: Jim Thomas, professor of communications at Lipscomb University; Brandon Gregg of Sea Gayle Music; JD Groover of Sea Gayle Music; and Brown Bannister, director of the School of Music at Lipscomb University. - photo by For the Dawson County News
A recent graduate of Dawson County High School is living out her dreams to be a singer/songwriter in Nashville, Tenn. Peytan Porter, born and raised in Dawsonville, moved to Nashville three years ago after graduating from DCHS to pursue a career in music. She recently officially signed with Sea Gayle Music. “Peytan was part of our regular internship program last year. When we heard her music and her voice and were blown away,” said Executive Vice President/General Manager Marc Driskill.