Growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, Tarron Crayton found music to be an escape from the harsh realities of life. Raised in the church, Tarron began playing Gospel music at an early age. He first played drums and later decided that he wanted to learn bass guitar. At age 12, Tarron fell completely in love with the bass guitar. He became the bassist for his home church and played for various local Gospel quartet groups in the surrounding areas.
In 2006, Tarron graduated from high school and left home to attend University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, where he joined the Jazz ensemble. After 2 years, he decided to leave college to move back home to focus on music. In 2009, he began playing professionally at Club 152, a well-known nightclub on the famous Beale St in Memphis, TN. In April of 2011, he moved to California to pursue his lifelong dream of touring and producing.
Tarron has played with a number of different artists such as Disney Artist, Demi Lovato, American-Idol contestant Adam Lambert, Memphis Legendary rapper, Juicy J (Three6Mafia), Ciara, Grammy award winning Christian artist, Israel Houghton and New Breed, Teyana Taylor (Debut album VII “Out of my League”), Omarion (Sex Playlist Album “Boss” ft Rick Ross) TDE artist SZA, Sebastian Mikael, Stacey Barthe, Andra Day, 98 Degrees (Jay Leno “Tonight Show”), TGT (Tyrese Genuine, and Tank), El Debarge, Chante Moore, Timothy Bloom, Leon Thomas II, ZZ Ward, Cody Simpson (Good Morning America, Ellen, Live! with Kelly and Michael) and a top selling artist from London and Grammy award winning artist, Estelle.