To hear her is to like her, to meet her is to love her. You cannot help but feel that way when spending time with Sarah Dunn of the Sarah Dunn Band. I knew after listening to her ‘Wild Wild Heart’ EP in 2016, she was on my list of musts to hang with. CMA Fest made that a reality. ... read more!
With over 200 performances a year playing venues across the southeast and opening for some of country music’s hottest names, including Cole Swindell, Lo Cash and Michael Ray; NSAI Top-40 songwriter and Georgia Country Awards Overall Artist of the Year, Matt Rogers is far from slowing down. As a matter of fact, he has built up steam in 2017. ... read more!
The invite came in to catch up with someone new to us while at CMA Fest. It’s always exciting to see who is out there that needs a voice and we found that in Tyler Jordan. He has had a dream of living his life full of music and he is paving his way there now. Currently living in Nashville since 2010 after coming from a small town in South Carolina, he is trying his best to make everybody feel what he feels in his music. ... read more!
Country young gun Denny Strickland needs no formal introduction since he has been featured a few times with us. However, we needed to bring you some catchin’ up news and was able to achieve that at CMA Fest this year. With his latest single and video for “We Don’t Sleep,” garnering HOT attention it was time to finally meet. ... read more!
When reading up on what you would think to be an unlikely pairing, you think the only thing that sticks out is they were both raised in a small town. However, after finally meeting the dynamic duo TOWNE you immediately see the connection and are drawn in by their spirit, their fun and respect for one another. ... read more!
Finding out about new talent is often rewarding in many ways. CMA Fest this year introduced us to one such talent. Born and raised in the small town of Litchfield, England, Fiona Culley grew up listening to her fathers’ radio blasting female singers including Linda Ronstadt, Alison Krauss and Trisha Yearwood. Although it was not the music of choice in the UK, Fiona’s love for country music quickly grew into what would become her career. ... read more!