Garon Brett is a singer-songwriter, pianist, guitarist, dancer, and co-producer of The Bretts Show in Branson, MO.
The Bretts moved to Branson when Garon was eight years old, so he has had a unique on-the-job music training experience. Garon was not entirely excited about performing as a child, preferring instead to play basketball, but he soon warmed up to the spotlight and proved to be a gifted artist. Through high school Garon excelled on the basketball court and on the stage and had higher education options for both. He ultimately made the decision to pursue a career path in show business and attended Brigham Young University as a freshman to study as a Media Music major.
In August, 2010 Garon left The Bretts temporarily to travel to South America where he spent two years serving as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Bogota, Colombia. Upon his return he quickly injected new life, energy and experience into The Bretts Show. He also helped launch Prince Ivan, a pop/R&B music group he has formed with his brother Brydon and colleague Aaron Ellsworth. Their band is named after Garon and Brydon’s nephew, Ivan, and their goal is to produce radio and chart-worthy original music that moves and unites people of all cultures and ages. To further his musical education, Garon has most recently returned to Brigham Young University to pursue a degree in Commercial Music.
On stage, Garon’s vocal style is a fusion of Mel Torme, Michael Buble, and John Mayer. He is a gifted musician, dancer, songwriter and all-around artist. Garon has established himself as a formidable force in Branson entertainment, garnering nominations for Best Male Entertainer of the Year and Best Original Song Performance in 2010*. His dynamic abilities bring a new dimension to The Bretts Show. Garon’s original song “Billboard Girl” (co-written with siblings Doug and Kayli Lowe of Old Hickory, TN) won grand prize in the NSAI/CMT (Nashville Songwriter’s Association International/Country Music Television) 11th Annual Song Contest. In 2013, “Be the One,” a song inspired by his mission experience and co-written with his mom, Andrea, was Branson’s Original Song of the Year. In addition to his life in entertainment, Garon also serves in church leadership in his local congregation, enjoys spending time with friends and family, and likes reading a good book or watching movies.