Troy Breslow is a singer-songwriter of Country and Americana music from Hampton Roads, Virginia. Troy has made a name for himself at a young age performing in the Tidewater area and has released two studio EPs on his own label, Half A Station Wagon Records. Since his inception as an Americana artist, he has shared playbills with nationally accredited touring acts such as Dom Flemons, The Hackensaw Boys, and Wayne Henderson.
Breslow began playing guitar and piano at age twelve and shortly after that he began writing songs while discovering the music of Bob Dylan. In his senior year at Tabb High School (2012-2013) he was voted “Most Talented” by his graduating class. In 2016, Troy competed in Smithfield, VA’s very own Aiken & Friends Festival Songwriting contest, and won first place with his song “I Wish”.
In the Winter of 2018, Troy relocated to Nashville, TN to pursue a more frugal songwriting career and to expand his route as a touring artist. Upon his arrival in Tennessee, he was awarded Country Artist of the Year by VEER Magazine in Norfolk, Virginia. His latest record “Politics and Roadrage” was also nominated for “album of the year” as well as it’s title track for “song of the year”.