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J Marc Bailey  

My love of music of all kinds was influenced by people very dear to me: my grandfather, my uncles, and my mom. They all played their part in helping me find bits and pieces from many different genres that I could connect to and enjoy. "Although I love good solid Rock N Roll, Country has always been at the heart of things for me." J Marc has shared the stage with some of the greats including: Little Texas, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Diamond Rio, Sawyer Brown, Restless Heart, Phil Vassar, Deanna Carter, Gary Allan, The Little River Band, Brian White, Earl Thomas Conley, Highway 101, Ryan Shuppe, and .38 Special to name a few. We have designed an exclusive hat for J Marc. He named his signature hat "Memphis" after his son. They don't get cuter than this. 

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Darrell Harwood   

Darrell Harwood's five piece country band is based out of China Grove, NC.  The band was formed in 2009 and plays an average of 100-150 shows per year at numerous venues, festivals and private events in the region. The band has opened for national acts such as Sam Hunt, Jason Michael Carroll, Easton Corbin, Colt Ford, Chris Stapleton, Clint Black, Tracy Lawrence & Trent Tomlinson. The band plays high energy new country originals and covers. Darrell has been sponsored by Budweiser since early 2011, and is one of the highest drawing bands in the distribution area. Darrell was also winner of the 2016 Carolina Music Awards, Male Country Artist.

Pat Swenson

“Everybody has a story – a little tragedy, a little glory,” sings Utah country singer Pat Swenson. His story begins at the age of 12, when he first heard Don Williams sing “Good Old Boys Like Me.” That was the moment he knew the country music life was for him. "Something about that song just spoke to me. It changed me somehow, and I remember thinking, that is what I want to do. I want to write songs that stir up this kind of emotion in people." 

His sound and style have been frequently compared to Garth Brooks, but listeners will hear touches of artists like Brad Paisley, Gary Allan, George Strait, and Eric Church.

I’ve been voted as one of the top 3 Best of Utah Valley country acts. Wow!!! Thanks to all those that voted for me–I had no idea this was a thing. I am humbled and honored and hope I can live up to the accolades!

Terry Douglas

The Terry Douglas Band is a high energy band from Columbus Ohio that plays authentic country music. They tip their hats to the sounds of the past while keeping a foot in the present. The band is led by Terry Douglas, singer-songwriter from Thornville, Ohio. The band members are Billy Compton on drums, Craig Nelson on guitar , Dave Parks on lead guitar, Wolf Waggoner on bass and Dwayne Whalen on steel guitar. Fans love the original songs. With beds of steel guitar the songs tell stories with not only the words but with the music. The Terry Douglas Band tours from Ohio to North Carolina and as far west as Illinois and are looking to expand in 2021. Looks like cowboy hat wearin' is a family thing.

Brent Atwood and Southern Country Outlaws 

As with many artists today Brent’s love for music started out in church.

From around age 7 he sang not only in his home church but also toured with his parents and brother to churches all around South Carolina. In the early to mid-90’s his group the “Uptown Posse” took Myrtle Beach by storm as the local hip hop bad boys, playing with acts such as Vanilla Ice, Heavy D and the Boys, Big Daddy Kane, NKOTB and many more. But he always knew his true love in music was the old country songs his dad played for him. Since 2015 he has focused on his music. He started writing songs and put together the Southern Country Outlaws (SoCo for short.) Since then his powerful lead vocals and high energy show have kept crowds all over North & South Carolina on their feet and rockin’ to the best in Country and Southern Rock to be found anywhere. Hold on tight y’all and keep it Outlaw!!

Russ Stallons

Russ Stallons is a singer/songwriter born and raised on a cattle farm in Kentucky. He graduated from Murray State University with a masters degree in Agriculture, where he was also on the rodeo team and competed in bull riding. He has been married to his wife Tonya for 26 years and has three children, Caleb, Jacob, and Kelsey.

Jeneen Terrana

Jeneen has loved singing since she was a little girl growing up in Buffalo, NY and decided that she was going to be a singer.  She moved to New York City after college and started writing songs, playing gigs around town, and touring.  This led to several recording projects and 4 studio albums.  Jeneen recently relocated to Nashville where she's been recording some new songs, playing shows, and enjoying southern living.   She just released her first single as a Nashvillian called "Tequila". 

Blackwater Jack

Tampa Bay's favorite country and southern rock band. Just like moonshine whiskey we'll get you jacked up. Please listen responsibly. Blackwater Jack has been getting the Tampa Bay Area Jacked Up since 2005, and getting better every year.The band and it's members have won numerous awards and has shared stages with some of music biggest names including: Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean,Eric Church, Big & Rich, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Blake Shelton, Tom Petty, John Anderson, Charlie Daniels, Willly Nelson, Montgomery Gentry. As the Blackwater Jack says..."Partying, playing and writing good music for a rowdy redneck crowd. Big trucks, cold beer and hot women are just an added bonus to what we do. So Get JACKED UP"

J Alan Six

"Bringing the cowboy hat back to country music” ™, a phrase inspired by his latest recording session in Nashville, keeps the heart and soul of country music alive.  J Alan Six’s music is heavily influenced by George Jones, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams Jr., and the likes of Trace Adkins and Jamey Johnson.  “Run”, his latest album was produced by Bobby Randall, an original founding member of Sawyer Brown. It features songs written by award-winning songwriter Bernie Nelson.  Since then, he has had the privilege to open for some big acts in country music including Gene Watson, Confederate Railroad, Janie Fricke, Mel Tillis Jr. and The Issacs.  He started as a DJ for a local country station, where he never strayed too far from his small-town roots and his ever-expanding repertoire, in pursuit of an original country sound.

Sean Patrick McGraw

Sean Patrick McGraw, an American country music singer, is a former Nashville Star semi-finalist. He has been knockin' 'em dead for over two decades, wowing arenas and honky-tonks alike with his real-life songs of love and loss and just gettin' rowdy. He's toured with Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, and a slew of other big-name acts, played on Jimmy Kimmel Live, written a Montgomery Gentry single, and composed and produced songs for film and TV. For Sean Patrick McGraw, the honky-tonk life is the only life. “I never gave myself a plan B,” he says. “I never decided to grow up. I never got anything the easy way, and I’m proud of that.”

Brandon Giles

A self-taught pianist, Brandon Giles is "hell come to town" on piano. Over the years, he has developed his own unique sound by taking the influences of rock 'n' roll artists such as Elvis, Rolling Stones, The Doors, Hank Williams, Jr. and Jerry Lee Lewis and combined that musical energy with a newer, hard rocking beat. "It's kind of like Little Richard meets AC/DC on steroids," says Giles. In the fall 2020, Brandon decided to relocate to the gulf coast and now relishes the beach life residing in Orange Beach, Alabama and tours the nation doing shows for audiences with his band "The Tricky Two."