A Nashville icon for more than two decades, Trace Adkins has made his mark on the country-music industry. 11 million albums sold. Time-honored hit singles. Momentous, fiery and always memorable live performances. GRAMMY nominations. CMT and ACM awards. Nearly 200 million plays on YouTube. Hell, even a slew of movie and TV roles have come the Grand Ole Opry member’s way.
The beauty of country music is its ability to reflect the lives of its listeners, and few artists have celebrated life’s challenges and triumphs with more heartfelt eloquence than Joe Diffie.Whether singing about untarnished love in the enduring hit “John Deere Green,” the perennial appeal of “PickupMan” or the heartbreak of dreams unrealized in “Ships That Don’t Come In,” Diffie’s songs have continually painted a portrait of real life with all its joy and angst.
“I’ve always loved well-written songs,” says the Grammy winner, who is just as skilled at writing hits as he is singing them. “There’s really no magic formula. I’ve just always drawn on my own experience whether it’s falling in love or hanging out in a bar. I feel like if I relate to it, other people will too.”
When his debut album Redneck Crazy released in 2013, Nashville Recording Artist Tyler Farr landed at No. 2 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and #5 on the Billboard Top 200. The Missouri native’s dry wit and energetic live show soon earned him coveted opening slots touring with Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert, and Lee Brice. With the release of his highly anticipated sophomore album Suffer in Peace in 2015, Farr once again landed in the top 5 on both the Billboard Top 200 Albums and Billboard Country Albums Chart making Farr the only solo male country artist to have his first two studio albums debut in the top-5 on the Billboard 200 Chart. Tyler has three #1 songs to his credit and recently released his latest single “Love By The Moon” in advance of his third studio album.
For rising star Lindsay Ell, her debut album on Stoney Creek Records has been a long time coming … but you can’t rush personal discovery. Sent on a mission to unleash the vibrant, soul-bearing country artist long predicted by fans and critics alike, Ell’s journey is now complete – and she calls the result simply, The Project.
Ryan Hurd has written songs that have been recorded by Luke Bryan, Blake Shleton, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris, Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts among many others.
In 2015, he celebrated his first No. 1 single as a songwriter with the GRAMMY & CMA-nominated duet "Lonely Tonight," recorded by Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe.
No stranger to the road, Hurd has been tapped by Thomas Rhett, FGL and Maren Morris for multiple tours, both domestic and international. In addition, Hurd was honored to join an elite group of artists, spanning across all genres, to be featured in Vevo's dscvr program, named one of Rolling Stone Country's "Artists You Need to Know" and a CMT "Listen Up" Artist.
It would be an understatement to say that a lot has happened since Whiskey Myers was last in the recording studio. Over two whirlwind years, the gritty Texas band hit #1 on the iTunes Country Chart with their breakout third album 'Early Morning Shakes,' earned raves everywhere from Rolling Stone to USA Today, and toured the US and UK relentlessly, slaying massive festival crowds and sharing stages with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Jamey Johnson, and more along the way. You'd be forgiven, then, for expecting things to work a little differently this time around when the band reunited with acclaimed producer Dave Cobb for their stellar new album, 'Mud.' But as it turns out, success doesn't change a Southern gentleman, and they don't come any more Southern than Whiskey Myers.
Nineteen-year-old Country powerhouse Gabby Barrett came into national prominence in 2018 as a finalist on Season 16 of ABC’s American Idol, and has now burst on to the Country music scene with brand new song, "I Hope." A native of Munhall, Pennsylvania, and one of eight children, Barrett began singing in her local gospel choir in Homestead, Pennsylvania at the age of nine, started playing shows at age 11 and won the respected Kean Quest Talent Search in 2014.
Critics and fans from across the musical spectrum found much to fall in love with this past fall when Dillon Carmichael unleashed his brilliant debut, 'Hell On An Angel.' Produced by Dave Cobb - the studio guru behind country radio powerhouses like Chris Stapleton and Zac Brown Band - the album merged a sonically progressive palette with a tasteful reverence for the past and wrapped it all up with a director's eye for detail, creating a stunning collection that was at once old-school and modern, traditional and contemporary, timeless and timely.
The 1170 Band secured its dedicated fan base as the house band for Jamboree USA, which is second only to the Grand Ole Opry as the oldest live country music broadcast in the United States. Since 1933, Jamboree USA has featured some of the biggest names in country music. An American institution, the Jamboree USA 50,000-watt broadcast was heard in 17 states and most of Canada, on WWVA, 1170 AM the station for which the band was named.
Ohio Valley native Joe Zelek has spent the last decade chasing down songs from Rust Belt dive bars to the streets of Music City.
His formative years growing up in Mt. Pleasant, OH were filled with baseball, garage bands, dirt bikes and country music.
Joe has appeared main stage at Jamboree In The Hills for over a decade where his song paying tribute to the legendary event became an anthem. His music has been heard in various television shows including Duck Dynasty and The Wahlburgers in addition to high school football coverage in major markets ranging from Fox Sports West to Orlando, FL and Green Bay, WI.
Whey Jennings grew up in a family full of country music royalty. His grandfather, the legendary Waylon Jennings, and grandmother, Jessi Colter, both had great success in the major music charts for decades. Whey is set to release his new album this Fall.
Whey is a "rough around the edges, unpolished singer" with a voice as big as Texas. Whey and his band are packing country music dance halls, festivals, outlaw venues and biker rallies all across America!
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