Brought to you from the mountains of North Idaho is an independent country artist with an old soul. Acuff's blend of old-school storytelling and powerful voice takes you to an unfamiliar place of honest country music. Acuff grew up listening to country music of all kinds. From bluegrass to outlaw country. His inspirations from a young age were Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, Ricky Skaggs, and many more.
Acuff had drawn inspiration for his songs throughout his life, songs like "Moscow Drinking Team" talks about the days when he was attending the University of Idaho, as well as "Dying Breed" which conveys his life when he was a fly fishing guide on the Coeur d' Alene river.
Acuff dropped "Life of a Rolling Stone" in January of 2020 but everything got put on hold due to COVID-19. he had lost everything, but instead of giving up he doubled down on his dream and one year later he dropped his independent sophomore album "If I were the Devil" which put him on the map. In the first 6 months, the album has done over 6 million total streams and has been featured on over 50 media outlets including Whiskey Riff, and CMT.
Going forward into 2022 Acuff is working on his third album and second national tour. Acuff's third project is one that he has wanted to release for a long time. The sound will consist of a more honkey-tonk sound that he had found playing across the country.