OUT NOW!

Ethan Carl’s debut studio album,Movin’ Too Fast,” is officially OUT NOW! This album marks a significant milestone in Ethan’s Country Music career, showcasing his exceptional talent and unique Country sound across 15 captivating tracks. Click the link and Listen to Movin’ Too Fast TODAY!

OUT NOW!

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Ethan Carl’s debut studio album, “Movin’ Too Fast” is officially OUT NOW! This album marks a significant milestone in Ethan’s country music career, showcasing his exceptional talent and unique country sound across 15 captivating tracks. Click the link and Listen to “Movin’ Too Fast” TODAY!

SHOWS

9/5 – Pirate’s Den 7:00 | Sperry, OK

9/12 – Syberg’s (Gravois) 7:00pm | St. Louis, MO

9/14 – TopShooters 8:00pm | Columbia, IL

9/27 – Budwesier Brewhouse 2:00 | St. Louis, MO

9/27 – Main Street Honky Tonk 9:00pm | St. Charles, MO

9/28 –Syberg’s (O’Fallon) 7:00pm | O’Fallon, IL

10/12 – Venue On Main 7:30 | Belleville, IL

10/18 – TopShooters 8:00pm | Columbia, IL

10/25 –Syberg’s (O’Fallon) 7:00pm | O’Fallon, IL

10/31 – Main Street Honky Tonk 9:00pm | St. Charles, MO

11/16 – TopShooters 8:00pm | Columbia, IL

11/23 – Main Street Honky Tonk 9:00pm | St. Charles, MO

11/27 – Main Street Honky Tonk 9:00pm | St. Charles, MO

11/29 – The Corner Pub 8:00pm | Warrenton, MO

12/6 – TopShooters 8:00pm | Columbia, IL

12/20-21 National Wrestling Hall Of Fame Duals | Kansas City, MO

12/27 – Main Street Honky Tonk 9:00pm | St. Charles, MO

 

7/17 – Tully’s Taproom  7:00pm | O’Fallon, MO

7/18 – Bar Down Sports Bar 6:00pm | St. Louis, MO

7/19 – Main Street Honky Tonk | 9:00pm | St. Charles, MO

7/20 – Bar Down Sports Bar 11:00am | St. Louis, MO

7/21 – Salt + Honey 12:00pm | Waterloo, IL

7/26 – TinRoof 6:00pm | Chicago, IL

7/27 – TinRoof 7:00pm | Chicago, IL

7/28 – The Silo 3:00pm | Waterloo, IL

8/2 – Frankie Martin’s Garden 7:30pm | Cottleville, MO

8/3 – Party At The Beach w/ Sara Evans 7:00pm | Pontoon Beach, IL

8/4 – Triple Lakes Tavern 3:00pm | Dupo, IL

8/9 – Syberg’s (Gravois) 7:00pm | St. Louis, MO

8/10 – Grub & Groove 5:00pm | STL

8/16 – Syberg’s (O’Fallon) 7:00pm | O’Fallon, IL

8/23 – Kansas City Live! 9:00pm | Kansas City, MO

8/24 – The Silo 8:00pm | Waterloo, IL

8/30 – TopShooters 8:00pm | Columbia, IL

VIDEOS

ABOUT

Ethan Carl is a singer/songwriter born and raised outside of St. Louis, MO. With influences such as Parker McCollum, Travis Tritt, John Mayer and more, Ethan’s music is a blend of soulful storytelling and modern country sounds. From his humble beginnings singing in high school choirs to playing guitar and performing in college, Ethan’s passion for music has never waned. Today, he’s living his dream and sharing his captivating songs with fans around the world. 

An independent artist, Ethan’s debut single, I Could Use A Win, was released in June 2022. The song and its proceeding music video created a digital presence that laid the groundwork for a compelling career in country music. Other country stars quickly took notice of Ethan and he’s been booked to open for Sara Evans, Mitchell Tenpenny, Travis Tritt, Braxton Keith, Canaan Cox, Kody West, and more. Recently, Ethan has partnered with 6666 Grit & Glory (as seen on Yellowstone) and released his first studio album, Movin’ Too Fast, in December of 2023.

A family affair, Ethan’s closest companions in the music industry are his little sister, Lani, and lifelong friend, Conor. Ethan currently resides in Waterloo, IL with his wife, Stephanie.

SPECIAL THANKS

“No feats are ever accomplished in isolation. I wanted to utilize this space to express my gratitude for individuals that believed in me, took a chance on me, or helped me move further down the line. This list will continually evolve as my career progresses and will serve as an opportunity to recognize folk that may not otherwise get the recognition they deserve. Sometimes in life, there’s no way to repay people that invest in you; all you can do is say ‘thank you.'”

All love from me and mine,

Ethan

IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER

Stephanie Hart, Conor Hovis,  Elena Sherertz, Charlie Sherertz, David Mirikitani, Blair Horler, Jason Herbig, Johnny Holzum, Josh Zabel, Frank P. Hart, Ann Hart, Ed Weinoff, Dustin Row

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