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!
We had met up with young country artist Macy Martin last year at CMA Fest but due to some unforeseen technical difficulties the video visit did not come together. Our schedules never seemed to link back up, so this year, after following her career we knew when the opportunity arose again we would make it right. It was our pleasure to get this visit in. ... read more!
Kasey Tyndall did over 100 tour dates in 2016 proving her determination and seriousness about her career. The journey to Nashville was put in fast motion when in 2014 she won a radio station contest to sing “We Were Us” with Keith Urban. Shortly after that the North Carolina native moved to Nashville and started on her way to co-writes and more performances. ... read more!
Southern Halo, a soulful sister trio hailing from the small town of Cleveland, Mississippi grew up in an area of the Mississippi Delta. Known for its rich musical history was a benefit for Natalia, Christina and Hannah Morris along with a close-knit family that nurtured the girls love of music. Their first live performance was in Cleveland – at a local restaurant – when Hannah, the youngest, was just nine years old. The trio has crafted a signature sound that is a blend of classic Country and “Pop Country” with a dash of Southern Rock. ... read more!