Willie Carver grew up in Pearson, Georgia, the son of a farmer. He grew up loving country music and was inspired as a young man to form his own band and play throughout the southeast. These days, you can hear him quite often in Nashville (Nashville, Georgia) at the VFW club singing to a packed house. He has garnered a great deal of fans throughout his long and illustrious career, singing throughout the southeast and having played shows with Tanya Tucker, Joe Stampley, and Jack Barlow, to name just a very few. He has opened for such artists as Moe Bandy, Conway Twitty, and many other major country artists throughout the year.
Willie comes to Nashville quite often to visit with his many friends and to perform on shows such as the Music City Hayride over at the Troubadour Theater on Music Valley Drive, where he is always well-received and enjoyed by the many fans who come out to see him perform.
Century II hopes you will keep an eye on his page for upcoming singing dates and other features throughout the year.