Benjamin Olson

Music/Art/Creativity

Singer/songwriter, Benjamin Olson crosses genres between rock, folk, blues, and soul, bringing them all together with songs that will tug on your heart strings and tickle your toes.

Hailing from Green Bay, WI, Benjamin moved to Nashville in 2003. He released his first full length album "White Window" to critical acclaim, being named "Male Solo Artist of the Year" by the Southeast's largest major market rock radio station, The Buzz, in 2005. He has, inarguably, become a force in the independent music scene since then. Olson released his second album "Sun Will Shine" in 2007 and followed it up with a very successful Midwest and regional tour.

Since that time, Olson released an EP "Cold October", and was featured on a Roy Orbison Tribute album with his cover of "Working For The Man". In 2012 after the release of his 4th album, "You Are Here", Benjamin was featured on the hit A&E program, "Dog The Bounty Hunter" in two different episodes. In 2013, he released his 5th album, Familiar Vices.


Benjamin recently released his 6th album, "Songs From Films You Have Not Seen" (2016) and is also pursuing his new musical project, The Penn Jones Conspiracy, with musicians Tim Grogan and Ben Jackson. Find more of The Penn Jones Conspiracy HERE!