About Billy Dawson

Billy Dawson is a multi-talented singer, songwriter, entertainer, author and motivational speaker and former Jersey Mike’s bag popper and sandwich slinger. Nashville Industry Music Awards awarded him with Artist of the year, Best country male vocalist and best country live performer.

He recently worked on a new single “Sinners Saints” produced by Rodney Clawson, Lee Brice and Jacob Rice and written by: Sara Brice, Deleah Shane and Billy Dawson 

“SINNERS SAINTS” official music video

“SINNERS SAINTS” behind the scenes with Lee Brice and Billy Dawson.
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He was also the winner of the 2010 “Get Discovered” (iHeart Radio/Clear Channel) National Competition and was featured live on the iconic Jerry Lewis MDA telethon in Las Vegas and on the airwaves for over four million viewers. He was included in iTunes/Tunecore best of Country 2010 album featuring Brantley Gilbert and Colt Ford.
Billy penned the theme song “Born to Lead” for the CBS Sports Network Lombardi Awards and has his songs playing in stadiums nationwide for the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL. He has also had his music placed on Netflix.

Dawson has shared the stage with artists including Toby Keith, Lee Brice, Big and Rich, Josh Turner, Joe Nichols, Charlie Louvin, Montgomery Gentry, Aaron Lewis, Craig Morgan, Lady Antebellum and many more.
Every year Dawson is a celebrity golfer for the Pat and Emmitt Smith charities golf tournament, he is on the Red River Rivals OU celebrity softball team (team Toby Keith & Bob Stoops) and battles against University of Texas (team Matthew Mcconaughey & Roger Clemens) to raise money for Matthew’s, Toby’s and Roger charities. 


Dawson is also a celebrity golfer at George Lopez Foundation tournament that helped raise money for kidneys for kids and is an ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Dawson was honored to be a part of the fourth annual Homes For Our Troops Veterans Day Celebrity charity event to help HFOT’s mission to build and donate specially adapted custom homes for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives along side Jake Tapper, George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Wynonna, Adam Scott, Alyssa Milano, Ben Stiller, Bryan Cranston, Chelsea Handler, Chris Evans, Mindy Kaling, Dave Matthews, Don Lemon, Elizabeth Banks, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Bateman, Kevin O’Leary, Jim Gaffigan, Patton Oswalt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jerry Seinfeld and many more.

In addition to his musical endeavors, Dawson is the author of (AMAZON best seller) “You Never Know”, the first book in a series of children’s books focusing bullying, racism and other societal issues involving children (which is now available at www.amazon.com). He brings his book to life when he speaks at schools about the importance of respect and love in everyday life.

He also had his song “Second Chance” come out with Pat Smith’s (Emmitt Smith) new book titled “Second Chances.”

100% of the proceeds from Billy’s new album “Warrior Life” will be going to Sierra Delta PTSD pup training sponsored by American Metal Whiskey. https://sierradelta.com This will be available in May.

One of Billy’s favorite things to do is write with prison inmates with ‘The Beat of Life’  https://wpln.org/post/at-the-nashville-jail-inmates-and-songwriters-come-together-for-a-day-of-music-filled-healing/

Billy recently wrote, recorded, and produced music for an upcoming Bollywood movie with R Madavan “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect” that was mixed by Chris Lord Alge and mastered by Brad Blackwood. It was the first American country song to ever be featured in a Bollywood film. 

American Advertising Awards (Silver Addy winner) for Chevy commercial

Dawson was honored along side First Lady Laura Bush who was honored with the “Outstanding Citizens Award for Promotion of Literacy” by The Texas Authors Institute of History. He received the “Outstanding Social Impact Award” for his Amazon best-selling children’s book, “You Never Know.”  

“Wildflower & Playin’ House”  (Allie Colleen)
“Quite a While”  (Danny Worsnop (Asking Alexandria)
“Full Metal Jacket”  (Saving Abel)
“Just the Girl & Heaven Is Swell But I Sure Miss Alabama”  (Jared Weeks (Saving Abel)
“Watch This”  (Clay Walker)