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Blaire Hanks is a young, new up and coming singer/songwriter in Nashville, TN. He grew up in a small town in north east Florida, had a great appreciation for many genres of music and began writing songs by age 15. Blaire developed a small fan base that encouraged him to pursue his love for music; he performed for many local events and fell in love with the idea of making a living doing what he enjoyed so much. Like many artists, Blaire knew if he was going to make a career in Country music, he had to move to Nashville. At only 19, he made that move, determined to find his way in Music City and make a name for himself. Blaire met some writers and made a connection with an singer/songwriter named Johnny T. They collaborated on a few songs and Johnny decided to cut a song they wrote together, 'Buzzin'. Blaire then released his first single as an artist to iTunes in January, 'Show You Off'. His debut EP recently released in May. Blaire has had the opportunity to open for Florida Georgia Line, and most recently opened for Dustin Lynch.
Age 6 seems quite young to start a music career, but it was way back even then that Brandon knew playing guitar and singing was his calling.
In his humble beginnings in the small town of Greensboro, NC, Brandon’s dad taught him chords, and the rest is history.
Performing all over Brunswick County, into Myrtle Beach, and many points in between, Brandon’s shows are spirited and energetic. Brandon combines today’s hottest Country Music hits with high-powered Southern Rock and Classic Rock favorites, as well as soulful interpretations of some Classic Country hits from Hank Jr. and others.
And as the winner of Nashville’s coveted American Country Star competition, you’ll hear some great new originals that will soon be flooding the airwaves!
Country music is a soundtrack of the south. With the artistry of vocalist and songwriter Amanda Lamb, the compass points to Southern California and the sun swept shores of Orange County. Amanda’s new single, “We Were Here,” is an invitation to a coastline drive and an exuberant nod to her West coast roots. Her wistful “Endless Summer” evokes a vivid panorama of rusted Woodies, shivering palm trees, abandoned surfboards and deserted cottages.
Growing up in Newport Beach, humming along to Dixie Chicks and Shania Twain on the radio, Amanda Lamb was entranced by the authenticity of country music. “The stories in these songs sounded real,” she says. When she began her personal musical journey, she recalls her grandmother making a perceptive suggestion. “She said, ‘Why aren't you singing country?’” Recording in Nashville, she realized that her Grandmother had been right. “Country Music feels more comfortable than anything I have ever done,” she says. “It feels like home.”
Only two words are necessary to describe Richmond, Virginia native Brittany Marie; Energy and Talent. Behind her microphone
stands a crowd pleasing voice that’s powerful beyond belief with the rich sincerity of a true entertainment stylist. When she takes
the stage the synergy of her enormous energy leaps to the forefront to capture an audience and doesn’t let them go until the last
note has faded into the echo of exuberant applause.
Brittany Marie got her start like many emerging Country artists singing at Churches, Fairs, Showcases, and Festivals. She made the
commitment to pursue music as a career in 2013.
With determination and hard work ethic, Brittany Marie and her Mother took on the jobs of what a multiple person team takes on & in just one year Brittany Marie she has opened for National Touring Acts such as: Chris Young, The Band Perry, Aaron Tippin, Brett Eldridge, Clint Black, and More! She has proven she can hold her own in the Country Music
Industry and is diligently working to further her career indefinitely.
The release of her single ‘Changed’ has already sparked industry attention from young and old. Not satisfied to remain still in her career pursuits, Brittany Marie is looking forward to the release of her debut self-tited album ‘Brittany Marie’ by Fall 2014. The Album will have a country rock sound and will feature a cover of the song Paint It Black, by The Rolling Stones. Watch out for Brittany Marie, she is definitly on the Music Chart horizon.
Hicks kicked off 2013 with two European hits on the European Country Top 40, he then represented Sweden at the CMA Global Show in Nashville as part of the CMA Fest week in June along with various acts from around the world and all the top American country artist such as Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum Tim McGraw and many more.This event were beamed live around the world via the Internet and audio streams to over 10 stations in the USA, Europe, and Australia. He then was asked to appear at two of CMR Nashville’s International Shows on Broadway at the Whiskey Bent and The Bridgestone Arena, if this wasn’t enough he was invited to be part of the CMA Fest Autograph signings at the Digital Rodeo booth with thousands of fans walking around in the brand new Music City Venue one of the biggest exhibition venues in the world. More to follow when asked to appear as a special guest at ‘A Night For Heroes’ a fund raiser for returning soldiers.
Marshall Dane’s infectious blend of country and rock is set to blaze a trail in the summer of 2014. Country by definition, but fueled by rock and roll and infected with a watermelon-sized helping of hope, love and salvation, Marshall’s the kind of guy you want to have on your side when the going gets tough in this world and his new album “One Of These Days” is set to be your alibi.
Marshall Dane’s latest album – for which he was a CMAO nominee in several categories including Male Artist and Album Of The Year – and featuring the new single “One Of These Days”, puts life back in to the swing of things, driven by a swirling blast of fabulous melodies that gives you a country rush right from the get-go.
Playing in bars and clubs as a solo singer and with a touring band – has given him his fair share of stories and insights – great for writing songs. On days off however, he prefers to spend his time out of the bar – in the gym, on his motorcycle, practicing yoga or at home in his apartment “cooking up something scrumptious.”
But when it comes to cooking up a tune, Marshall admits there is one source of soul-nourishment that keeps on giving.
Marshall Dane has been slowly bubbling up to this moment. With “Alcohol Abuse” now released to radio across Canada and the United States, 2014 promises to be the Year Of The Dane.
MITCH GOUDY IS THE COUNTRY MUSIC NEWCOMER WHO IS MAKING HIS WAY INTO THE HEARTS OF MUSIC FANS OF ALL AGES. AS ONE OF THE COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (CMA)’S ‘WHO NEW TO WATCH ARTISTS’ FOR 2014, HE IS BECOMING ONE OF COUNTRY’S HOTTEST NEW STARS ROCKING STAGES ACROSS THE NATION. EVERY TIME HE PICKS UP HIS GUITAR AND STARTS TO SING, YOU KNOW THIS GUY NOT ONLY HAS THE ROOTS FOR AUTHENTIC COUNTRY MUSIC, BUT THE HEART TO BACK IT UP.
THE BIGGEST RECOGNITION HE RECEIVED RECENTLY WAS BEING NAMED ONE OF CMA’S ‘WHO NEW TO WATCH 2014’ ARTISTS. SINCE THEN, MITCH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO SET THE BAR EVEN HIGHER IN HIS CAREER. “THAT’S ALWAYS BEEN A GOAL OF MINE —TO MAKE EVERYTHING I DO BETTER THAN THE LAST. TO GET THIS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IS BEYOND WORDS. I CANNOT BELIEVE I’M ON THE SAME LIST AS ARTISTS LIKE COLE SWINDELL AND CHASE RICE!” THIS YEAR IS ONLY GETTING BETTER FOR HIM AS HE GEARS UP FOR HIS FIRST EVER CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL. “I CANNOT WAIT! I GREW UP READING AND SEEING THE ARTISTS THAT TAKE PART IN THIS FESTIVAL AND NOW I’M GOING TO BE ONE OF THEM! I’M READY TO MEET EVERY COUNTRY FAN, SIGN AUTOGRAPHS IN MY OWN BOOTH AND JUST TAKE IT ALL IN.”
Daisy Mallory is a song lover, an only child, and originally from Cave Creek, Arizona. Music has been her passion for as long as she can remember. Writing is in her blood and singing is in her bones. When she picked up the guitar at age 9, her love for music and writing collided. After 4 months of learning cover songs, she began to write my own.
She's done some cool things in her time! From singing with Reba and Kris Kristofferson to Muhammad Ali himself to opening for Brad Paisley, Lee Ann Womack, and Lee Brice. She's taken part in photo and video shoots with artists such as The Band Perry, Rascal Flatts, Josh Turner, Brantley Gilbert, Randy Houser, and Billy Currington. She was endorsed by McPherson Guitars in July of 2011. She's truly living and breathing music and couldn’t be more thankful to be doing what I love each day!
Be on the lookout for the brand new EP, "This Side of Town" available on iTunes.
Erica's mom brought her to her first audition when she was 8 years old. She didn't make the cut. But the next year, she went back to the same audition, and got the part. She hasn't stopped performing since. When she looks back at it, she's glad she didn't make the cut the first time, because that is when she learned the valuable lessons of hard work and persistence. From an early age, she realized that she is not afraid of failing, she is only afraid of never trying.
With this mindset, she put her life in a U-Haul and left her hometown of Roswell, GA to pursue Musical Theatre in NYC. She rolled into Times Square at 4am and thought, "What in the world did I get myself into?" But, of course, she couldn't trade that experience for anything. While there, she got to train with Broadway's best, travel the country with leading roles, and become both a better performer and a stronger person.
After one of her shows, she felt that God was leading her in a new direction. So, she grabbed her red cowboy boots and headed to Nashville, TN, where she knew all of 3 people. Through many divine interventions, she found herself spending her days on Music Row and getting the opportunity to collaborate with great musicians and songwriters.
She realized that her goal for theater and songwriting are one in the same: to make people feel something. It's not that she left theater behind, it's that theater has enhanced her new journey of being an artist. Keep a look out for her debut single, "This House is Haunted."
With a unique combination of smooth country vocals and an explosive live performance, Nashville Recording Artist Tom Dixon has given birth to a new way of delivering that sweet country sound, with a heart-pumping, foot-stomping beat that has been bringing audiences to their feet for years.
Tom has continued to work on his song writing skills and has played several writers nights and open mics in Nashville, TN at places such as the legendary Blue Bird Cafe. Tom pulls influences from such artists as: Gary Allan, Garth Brooks, Toby Keith, Jason Aldean and legends like Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings. Tom is determined and will not let go of the dream. He has had an opportunity to open for artists such as: Eric Church, Alan Jackson, The Zac Brown Band, Sugarland, Phil Vassar & Kip Moore. In 2014 Tom is scheduled to open for Lady Antebelum, Billy Currington and Joe Nichols.
Laura Ashley is a brand new charming sensation that promises a powerhouse in country music. There is nothing fake about this 20-year-old country girl who is full of life, passion, and a hankering for adventure.
The music scene began early for this dirty-blonde spitfire. As a small fry, Laura would often scurry off to the horses to sing them a tune or two. The great outdoors was her everyday stage.
Though Laura has devoted many years to classical vocal training, her true sass and joy comes out best when she’s belting it with a twang. A two time All-Stater in voice, Laura sings in church and at weddings. She recently decided to follow her dream of performing and writing country music. Music is part of her daily life whether practicing, performing, or writing she pushes on to go farther.
Though Laura is just beginning, she has already been blessed to sing backstage with artists Randy Houser, Thomas Rhett, Lauren Alaina, and Phil Vassar. Laura’s love for country music runs deep. With her love for wide open spaces and her remarkable little red horse, Lil' Bit, Laura is a true cowgirl. Heck, she's even ridden her horse to work on several occasions! With her authentic country background, anyone can see that her music is real!
So if you’re ever in their hometown you just might see Laura Ashley and her horse galloping across green fields with a sense of fierce freedom trailing behind them in the wind. And if you’re quiet you might hear a country song echoing off the golden Ozark hills. Laura has tucked her country voice inside all her life... until now. There’s a promising future for this cowgirl with big vocals and her little red horse!
Brooke is a twenty-one year old, 2013 Carolina Music Award nominee and 4-time Charlotte Music Award nominee.Brooke has written or co-written nearly 150 songs. When only a senior in high school, she received the honor of being a winner of the Wolf Radio’s Moment of Greatness Contest with her original song “Keep it in Drive.” She was soon presented many opportunities to play outside the state including being selected after performing at the Charlotte Music Awards in 2012 to compete in the Texaco Country Showdown in South Carolina backed by the radio station Interstate 107FM, and also playing on the WDVX Blue Plate Special radio show in Knoxville, TN.A self-described “Gypsy soul that will always remember where home is,” Brooke packed her bags in January of 2013 and headed to Nashville, transferring to Belmont University as a Music Business major. Within the first year of being in Nashville she had been in a Brad Paisley CMA Promo commercial, a Darius Rucker GAC special, and a featured extra on ABC’s “Nashville.” Most recently, in Spring 2014, Brooke graduated Cum Laude from Belmont University.
Since the time Brooke arrived in Nashville, she has been working with producer, C Kim Shrum, recording her debut EP “Songs About Carolina.” “Songs About Carolina” features 5 original songs in which Brooke is the sole writer. Having played over a hundred venues over the past four years ranging from writers rounds, acoustic shows, full band shows, and award ceremonies, Brooke is only getting started with her touring, and is planning a summer/fall tour upon the release of “Songs About Carolina.”
Having been nominated for 2013 Country Female in the Carolina Music Awards Co-Founded by Roberta Flack and Randy Travis and supported by Darius Rucker, momentum and support behind Brooke McBride and her brand of country music should only increase.
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