Jason has co-written songs with artists Marilyn Manson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ben Moody [Evanescence], Chuck Goff [Toby Keith Band], Jeordie White [Nine Inch Nails], Driver Williams [Eric Church Band], Otherwise, Rev Theory and living legend Paul Anka. Songs he’s written can currently be heard on HBO’s True Blood and Hung, WWE Smackdown, The NFL Today and the wildly popular web series The Guild, Co-Optitude, Signal Boost, Dick and Johnson, The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy and Critical Role. Miller is also widely recognized as the frontman and founder of the rock band Godhead, the only band ever signed to Marilyn Manson’s Posthuman Records. The band has sold more than 250,000 albums, and toured the world with the likes of Manson, Ozzy Osbourne, Disturbed, GWAR, Slipknot, Rammstein, Linkin Park and Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. Jason has been featured in magazines such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, Guitar World, Inside Kung Fu and many more. He’s also appeared on MTV, MTV2, Fuse and VH1. Touted by many critics as one of rock and country’s best and most consistent live singers, Jason continues to wow live audiences all over the world.
– CLICK HERE to learn more about Jason Charles Miller
Upcoming Dates: Thursday August 16 at Moonshine Flats & Friday August 17 and Saturday August 18 at Moonshine Beach
Hailing from the coast of the Carolinas, Jerry Jacobs is making waves as one of Nashville’s up-and-coming singer-songwriters and entertainers. Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Jacobs has spent years traveling around the United States performing in front of new audiences and crafting songs that capture the American experience. Jacobs and his band perform a mix of country music, rock, pop, top 40, and 90s and are regarded as one of the most exciting and entertaining new acts out of Music City. Jacobs’ all-star band features three elite musicians who have toured the country playing alongside some of today’s biggest country stars, and Jacobs himself has shared the stage with the likes of Kid Rock, Cole Swindell, Love and Theft, and Randy Houser. Jacobs and his band are known for their high-energy show that dances across genre lines and can been seen nightly in some of the world’s most famous Honky Tonks and clubs.
Growing up in the small town of Opp, Alabama, home of the Rattlesnake Rodeo, music was always a pillar in Martin McDaniel’s life. With a musician father and an artist mother, creativity was always present, and when 10 year old Martin saw Shannon Wallace play guitar at his church, his own fate had been sealed. “I never really thought about whether or not I was going to play music, I just kind of did. It was something that was always a part of me,” McDaniel says of his adolescent years. When he wasn’t fishing or exploring the outdoors, he was drawing inspiration from artists like Vince Gill, The Eagles, Brian McKnight and everything in between.
After making the move to Nashville in 2008 to pursue his musical ambitions full time, he started out playing part-time in a local house band at the old Cadillac Ranch on Broadway. Soon after, he was able to play his way around the Nashville circuit and secured regular gigs on his own, some of which he continues to play to this day. When he wasn’t entertaining crowds, he was laser focused on his songwriting; finding melodies in everyday situations. Since then, Martin has played all around the country, opening for huge acts like Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and Billy Currington. He released his newest single, “About Last Night,” in December 2017.
Born and raised in Texas, country singer Craig Wayne Boyd came to the public’s attention when he was a contestant and eventual winner on the seventh season of The Voice in 2014. Boyd’s sound is rooted in the southern tradition of country music topped with a rebellious flair. Growing up in Mesquite, he was born under the influence of gospel and country music. After a trip to Nashville brought life-changing events his way, Boyd headed to Music City and signed a publishing deal with EMI shortly thereafter. After several years of prolific songwriting, Boyd turned to the road and toured constantly, logging more than 1,000 shows in four years, and opening for acts like Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser and Brantley Gilbert.
Based out of Nashville, Tennessee, singer/songwriter Stevie Monce mixes a classic rock n roll style with a distinct southern flair. With music ranging from shoe-tapping rock riffs to heartfelt acoustic ballads, Monce is able to connect with listeners through meaningful lyrics and organic tunes. His extensive experience playing sold out shows and music festivals allows the singer/songwriter to captivate his audiences with diverse sounds that are both personal and engaging. Monce has already made an impact on the music scene with two full-length album releases, and he shows no signs of stopping.
When Waterloo Revival’s Cody Cooper met his bandmate George Birge in middle school, he inspired his new friend to express himself through music — a path that drastically affected both their lives. “I’d sang in choir and stuff, but I’d never taken it any further,” George admits. “But by seventh grade I was hooked and Cody and I were writing songs together.” The duo continued to play together through high school, but parted ways so the guys could pursue an education. Cody headed to the University of North Texas in Denton, while George stayed in their hometown of Austin to attend the University of Texas. The pair, who’d remained close through college, would play together during Cody’s visits back home. By 2012, their musical chemistry was undeniable and George made the hard sell, convincing Cody to return home in order for them to focus all their energy into music. Waterloo Revival was soon born, taking its moniker from their beloved hometown.
Yankton is a Band of musicians, singers, songwriters, and entertainers who cover a variety of instruments including bass, drums, percussion, programming, guitar, keyboards, harmonica, and pedal steel guitar. Their resumes include working with Rascal Flatts, Chicago, Easton Corbin, Marty Ray, RaeLynn, Christina Aguilera, Jim Peterik, Daryl Singletary, and Collin Raye.
Upcoming Date: Saturday October 6 at Moonshine Flats
In addition to gearing up promotion for the new album, The Brodie Stewart Band’s “high octane show” has been touring the west coast opening up for top recording artists such as… “Lee Brice, Thompson Square, Easton Corbin, Joe Nichols, Blues Traveler, Lonestar, Chris Cagle, Jason Michael Carroll, Terri Clark, Josh Gracin, Casey James, The Farm, Moonshine Bandits, Greg Bates, Christian Kane, Chuck Wicks and more…” When asked about his current album Brodie states, “I’ve found my place in Country Music where my heart has always been. The great lyrics, honesty, passion and one kick*** party is what it’s all about!”
– CLICK HERE to learn more about the Brodie Stewart Band
Watch Brodie Stewart Band’s music video for “Fine Lookin’ Country Girl” below:
Saturday August 11 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
Upcoming Dates: Friday November 11 at Moonshine Beach and Saturday November 12 at Moonshine Flats
Country singer-songwriter and Nashville, Tennessee native Jason Mizelle’s new single “Motown,” has been generating quite the buzz, including heavy rotation during The Highway’s “On the Horizon” segment on SiriusXM. Jason has been on the road opening for acts like Jon Pardi, Maren Morris, Hunter Hayes, Chase Rice and many more.
Haeley Vaughn is on her way to becoming Country-Pop’s next darling with a genuine optimism and enthusiasm for singing that cannot be deterred. Her passion for music was cultivated in Tucson, Arizona- in the bathtub at just three years old. She spent her childhood belting out tunes to anyone who would listen and explored every possible outlet of performance. From singing in school and church choirs, to gymnastics and cheerleading, it was clear that Haeley was born for the spotlight. Picking up the guitar at 13, this spunky gal taught herself simple melodies and learned to play along to some of her favorite songs by the Dixie Chicks and The Judds – country music her mother introduced at a young age and inevitably turned into a household favorite. At 16, the summer right before her junior year in high school, she tried out for Season 9 of American Idol. She toted her brand new red guitar to the Idol auditions in Denver where she became an immediate judge and fan favorite. Haeley moved on to the seasons live shows and finished as one of the top ten females of the overall TOP 20. After gaining recognition for her stint on the famous show, Haeley moved to Nashville and continues to make great music and perform amazing shows full time.
– CLICK HERE to learn more about the Haeley Vaughn
Surrounded by a musical family, Chad grew up up on a small farm in Grant, Alabama. At age 15 Chad started his first band and experienced the taste of life on the road. After graduation Chad began a career in law enforcement that lasted for more than eleven years working every side of the business from being a K9 handler, to a narcotics agent, to a patrol supervisor. After several years moonlighting as a country artist Chad quickly becoming one of the top bands in the area and he began to explore bigger options. He ultimately decided to make the move to music city and leave all he had built behind. After only a couple weeks in Nashville Chad met Shannon Willis and the two formed the duo “Whiskey and Lace”. They released one single “Can’t Get Over You” which became a HIGHWAY FIND on SiriusXM The Highway. In June 2015 Chad released his first solo single “Six Pack” and began touring and recording his new solo album. Combining country, rock, pop and even the occasional hip-hop medley in his show, Chad has found a unique energy that fans gravitate toward. From the honkytonks of Nashville’s Lower Broadway to theaters, clubs and arenas all across the country, Chad has discovered a way to connect to fans in a special form.
To listen to DrakeWhite’s music is to fully experience the soul and rhythm of his upbringing in the Appalachian foothills of Northeastern Alabama. The undeniable sound of his soulful voice has whipped concert audiences across the country into a frenzy as Drake and his band, The Big Fire, raise the roof and summon spirits to life onstage. It’s equal parts Baptist tent revival and amped-up southern rock festival. As you watch Drake crank the energy level up higher and higher throughout the night, you feel as if you’d walked in on a live gospel album backed up by all-stars from The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Of course those acts hit musical pay dirt recording in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in the late ‘60s and ‘70s, a little over two hours west of Drake’s tiny hometown of Hokes Bluff. The same fire that drives Drake to pour his entire being in to those performances also demands that he continue exploring and refining that country soul sound. It’s all captured in the line, “Trying to stay lost in the moment while we know it’s flying past/We’re just getting started/It’s gonna be a long, long run.” “I do this because it makes me happy,” Drake explains. “I have a great life. I have a great band, and we’re going to be doing this the rest of our lives. I feel it.”
– CLICK HERE to learn more about Drake White and The Big Fire
Watch Drake White’s music video for “Makin’ Me Look Good Again” below:
Watch Drake White perform “Makin’ Me Look Good Again” at Moonshine Beach below:
All the way from Nashville, The Matte Gray Band consistently brings the house down with unparalleled musicianship, killer three-part harmony vocals and a crazy party-throwing setlist. When they’re not playing at Moonshine Flats and Moonshine Beach in San Diego, they are headlining at the best honky tonks on Broadway in Nashville and have been in the studio crafting their very first and much anticipated original EP. The Matte Gray Band is made up of Jared Gray on lead vocals and guitar, Matt Griffith on vocals and electric guitar, Tim Hull on lead guitar, Tim Denbo on bass and vocals and Olajuwon Jackson on drums.
– CLICK HERE to learn more about The Matte Gray Band
Watch The Matte Gray Band perform at Moonshine Flats below:
With Ben Gallaher, what you see is what you get. His songs are autobiographical anthems of growing up in South Central Pennsylvania with a passion for ’90s country, a reverence for the guitar masters, and a self-awareness that connects like super glue with his growing fan base. Genuine in his songwriting, gifted in his self-taught musicianship, and energetic in his stage performance, Gallaher doesn’t just understand his fans: he is cut from the same cloth. Whether he is performing in a dusty roadhouse or state prison he delivers his truth in songs that reflect the dignity of simple things and a deeply-rooted respect for what matters. He mines those concepts in his self-titled debut EP on Sony Music Nashville, which he released in 2017. From the first searing guitar riff, Gallaher comes across as an artist with confidence and a keen sense of what he wants to say. “If I could go back and change one line or note, I wouldn’t change a thing,” said Gallaher with total sincerity. “It is exactly the record I wanted to make. There are some rock ‘n’ roll influences there, but it is country, aggressive and energetic.” His voice is as raw as unvarnished wood with a smoky texture reflective of the backwoods bars where he honed his unbridled stage craft. He commits completely to the emotional quality of each cut and his vocals are earnest and believable.
Saturday September 1 at Moonshine Flats –Guest List
Chris Shrader grew up in the small town of Pulaski, TN, where the local store had a sign reading, “Population: 99, More or Less.” His songs and singing style reflects the music that surrounded him growing up such as Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt and Reba. But his music is also flavored by the eclectic rock music he listened to as a teenager: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty, CCR, Jimi Hendrix, Smashing Pumpkins, and the Foo Fighters, among others. Mix in a dash of contemporary country, and you have a soulful, rocking style of traditional country music that is Chris Shrader’s sound alone. He is an endorsed artist with GHS Springs, Taylor Guitars and Clayton Picks, as well as other great companies, playing over 200 shows a year.
Friday September 7 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Saturday September 8 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
Holland Marie is one of the most talented female vocalist you will ever hear!! She rocks the stage everytime she performs. She loves Country music, however Southern Rock with a touch of blues seems to be her calling…playing everything from Patsy Cline to Bruno Mars and Garth Brooks to Journey Hollands stage show never has a dull moment.Holland Marie can hold her own against any band in the area and once you’ve seen a show, you’re sure to be an instant fan.
– CLICK HERE to learn more about Whiskey, Cash and Roses
Friday September 7 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
Redwood Black came to life in 2017. Members JT Harker, Joe Devenney, Alex Seller, Todd Coogan and Joe Conner were previously known as Honky Tonk Boombox. Residing in the metropolis of Los Angeles, their sound combines the richness and depth of California’s country music heritage and a rock/pop edge that only comes from being immersed in the LA music scene.
Watch Redwood Black’s music video for “Murder in Georgia” below:
Saturday September 8 • Moonshineville • at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
CMA of Texas Songwriter of the Year Thom Shepherd is an Austin, Texas-based touring artist who spent many years as a songwriter in Nashville. Thom, and his Radio Margaritaville hit “Always Saturday Night,” are featured in “The Parrot Heads Documentary,” along with the legendary Jimmy Buffett. Thom is the writer of five #1 singles for other artists – “Redneck Yacht Club,” recorded by Craig Morgan, “Riding with Private Malone” recorded by David Ball, Kyle Park’s “The Night Is Young,” Josh Abbott and Pat Green’s single, “My Texas,” and Kevin Fowler’s “Beer Season.” In total Thom has had over 10 singles and over 100 songs recorded by artists including Easton Corbin, Pam Tillis, John Anderson, Lorrie Morgan, Colt Ford, Bucky Covington, George Jones, Trailer Choir, Montgomery Gentry, Buddy Jewell, and Cledus T. Judd. After years of living in Nashville, Thom relocated to Texas in 2011 to pursue a full time touring career. “I’ve always written songs so that I could perform them live on stage,” he says. “It’s always exciting when someone else records one of my songs, but there is no greater feeling than connecting with an audience.” His music has taken him on 9 tours performing for our military in 17 different countries.
While High Valley’s Brad and Curtis may have been raised in the close-knit, remote community of La Crete, Alberta—the brothers’ music reflects bluegrass roots with a modern pulse. Over years of relentless touring, High Valley has developed a devoted fan base that has devoured more than 60 million song streams, including 30 million for their high-energy Top 20 hit “Make You Mine.” They’ve performed on NBC’s Today Show and were named “Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country, CMT, Spotify and Pandora. In addition, “Make You Mine” was named “Country Song of the Summer” by Billboard. Their new album, Dear Life, is available now!
Watch High Valley perform at Moonshine Beach below:
Watch High Valley perform “She’s With Me” below:
Wes Cook Band
Friday September 14 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
Saturday September 15 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Wes Cook is a Country music singer-songwriter living in Nashville, TN. Born and raised in Knoxville, TN, Wes grew up on music ranging from Rock-n-roll to Classic Country, 90’s Country, Southern Rock to Bluegrass, all of which play a roll in his passion and sound on stage. Cool Southern Rock with the grit of rock-n-roll and a lyrical composer of Country music is what you will find at a Wes Cook Band show.
Friday September 21 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Saturday September 22 at Moonshine Beach –Guest List
Spawned from the outskirts of Los Angeles, the band features lead vocalist Daniel Alan along with Dave Rea on acoustic guitars and vocals. The veteran, quick-pickin’ “Uncle Marty” Wagner, rips it up on lead guitar, opposite the rolling thunder of Eric Sachs on bass and powerhouse drumming of Rob Jones who round out their driving rhythm section. Highway Starr has raised the standard by combining the music, attitude and showmanship in their concert style shows throughout the region. Their vast set list includes contemporary hits by Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Eric Church and many more!
Growing up in a strong Southern Baptist home, Campbell fell in love early with the sounds of Country radio, and built a foundation not just as a singer and performer, but as a songwriter. That dedication to the craft made him not only understand the importance of crafting songs like the fan-favorite “Tomorrow Tonight” with trusted collaborators, but also to keep writing, constantly. It’s an ethos that recently led to Garth Brooks himself cutting his track “All American Kid” for Man Against the Machine. And now, the release of “Outskirts of Heaven,” serves as the blueprint for his road ahead, full of songs that tug at heartstrings, push boundaries and seep in with infectious melodies. “All the songs we are writing are all very committed and current,” he says. “But it’s still me, singing. That’s the main thing I want people to say, at the end of the day: that I’m a great singer, who truly loves country music.”
Watch Craig Campbell perform at Moonshine Flats below:
Watch Crag Campbell’s music video for “Outskirts of Heaven” below:
Friday September 28 at Moonshine Beach
*Tickt info: TBA
Frankie Ballard’s rise as an artist comes from the connection he makes through his music and the real emotion it creates with his listeners. Nowhere has that been more evident than in Ballard’s breakthrough Top 15 hit, “Helluva Life.” Helluva Life is the opener from Sunshine & Whiskey, an album that announces Ballard as one of the genre’s most nuanced singers and writers. He first graced the public spotlight with two Top 30 singles, “Tell Me You Get Lonely” and “A Buncha Girls,” appearing on the Grand Ole Opry and playing packed arenas opening for Kenny Chesney and on major tours with Taylor Swift and longtime idol, Bob Seger. Ballard says, the album “…represents the beginning of what people will call my sound.” It’s a mixture of influences. From country classics to blues legends and Southern rock to contemporary sounds, his sound is held together by his artistic personality. Like heroes including Willie Nelson and Hank Jr., Ballard makes everything he touches his own, a result, more than anything, of a decade of honing his craft on stages all over the country. Capturing the essence of his energetic stage shows, Sunshine & Whiskey represents the perfect re-emergence for a singer whose journey reflects all of life’s ups and downs.
Friday September 28 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Saturday September 29 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
GeorgiaChrome covers it all from brand new chart topping country to old school Americana, delivered from the souls of collective national touring musicians together in a one-two sonic punch. They cover songs from artists like Miranda Lambert, Gretchen Wilson, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, The Band Perry and Taylor Swift, to name a few.
Ryan’s musical story began in the Lone Star state, his first exposure to music was from his grandfather, who directed the Texas National Guard Band for over 30 years. He became one of Ryan’s biggest musical influences, first learning the clarinet from him – among other instruments. “I found out after one short lesson with my grandfather that there was way more to this music thing than I had ever realized before. My grandfather was able to make people fall in love with music in a way that no one else could. I was very grateful for that growing up.” Besides the hit records, Ryan’s resume also includes winning New Male Vocalist of the Year at the Texas Regional Radio Awards in 2015. The list of sold-out venues he’s played around the country continues to grow.
Saturday October 6 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
Canaan Cox is truly a manifestation of the phrase “hard work pays off.” With a “rules are meant to be broken” attitude, this NC bred country star has taken Nashville by storm. Having only lived in music city for little over a year, he’s made more waves in the town than even he thought were possible. “People kept saying this was a 10 year town – that lit a fire for me. It made me want to prove them wrong.” Cox is surely off to the races. His debut single “Lie” charted in the first 2 weeks on Music Row and became one of the Top 20 most added songs there.
Mark Wills’ list of accolades is his testament. Mark Wills is a multi-platinum selling country music star with eight top 10 hits to his name including “19 Something,” “Wish You Were Here” and “Don’t Laugh At Me;” all of which received nominations for Single, Song and Video of the Year by the Country Music Association. Wills won the Academy of Country Music ‘s award for Top New Male Vocalist in 1998. In 2002, his single “19 Something” spent six consecutive weeks at No. 1, was Billboard’s top country hit of the year and was the second most-played song of the decade in 2009.
Saturday October 13 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Pop country artist Rachel Horter has been wowing audiences with her voice from a very young age – from talent shows in middle school to countless show choir awards in her high school days. And when the time came for college, Rachel decided to take her leap of faith and journey to the great Music City – Nashville, Tennessee. She’s become a YouTube sensation with over 45,000 subscribers – singing videos of all kinds of covers and her own originals – from old fashioned country to Top Ten pop songs. Her mother quotes, “Whether it was Carrie, Shania, Martina, Miranda, Taylor, Beyoncé, Whitney, Aretha or Ariana, she’d be singing their songs around the house, in the car, on family vacations, when you’re on the phone with her, everywhere! No matter what’s going on, she’s either singing or trying to figure out a new song she’s excited about. She doesn’t even realize she’s doing it.” Rachel and her stellar band are staying busy playing in Nashville and around the US. Catch her debut weekend in San Diego this October!
AaronWatson grew up listening to George Jones, Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson in Amarillo, Texas. His career began in 2002 when he released his first album, Shutupanddance, gaining radio airplay and attention throughout the nation. After that record’s success, Watson has collaborated with many musicians such as Dale Watson, Jack Ingram and Willie Nelson. In February 2015, Watson made history when he released The Underdog and became the first solo artist to debut at number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums. His single, “That Look,” was placed in the top 10 of the Billboard Country Digital Songs Chart and was one of the most successful/selling independent singles by the end of the year.
Saturday November 3 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Cody Webb, a gifted Nashville singer/songwriter/musician represented by Monument Entertainment, LLC, meticulously crafted his 2015 Album Release, “SALT.” Not bound by conventional influences, “SALT” is a unique blend of musical genres with a fresh new sound. Cody and his band hit 58 cities last year on tour and 2016 proves to be another busy year touring around the country. Cody has shared the stage with all-star acts such as Frankie Ballard, Old Dominion, Cole Swindell, Lonestar, Easton Corbin and many more.
Watch Cody Webb’s lyric video for “Don’t Tell Me I Won’t” below:
Thursday November 8 at Moonshine Beach
*Ticket Info: TBA
The reason Colt Ford’s blend of country and rap feels so natural has everything to do with his background, both professional and personal. Colt grew up listening to country – his first concert was Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton – along with R&B and hip-hop. By 2011, Ford had created a larger than life hillbilly redneck public image, but he was also a sly, passionate, and multi-layered writer and businessman, and as a former drummer, he knew what to do in a recording studio. With his sixth studio album, released in 2017, the aptly named Love Hope Faith, Colt Ford continues to live out his boyhood dream – the one where you “wake up on a mission/to buy that beat-up Gibson,” as he sings on “No Rest.” Love Hope Faith is exactly that, a message to to his loyal fan base, and a strike against the divisiveness plaguing our country, celebrating the things that bring us together – friends, family, our faith in a better future.
Watch Colt Ford’s music video for “Drivin'” Around Song” ft. Jason Aldean below:
Eli Young Band
Friday November 9 at Moonshine Beach
*Ticket Info: TBA
The ELI YOUNG BAND has always been unique in modern Country music – a true band of brothers who play their own instruments, write their own songs and cling fast to their Texas roots. They’d even go so far as to call themselves “misfits,” but with their fourth major label album, FINGERPRINTS (The Valory Music Co.), they’re finally embracing what makes them different once and for all. Eli founded the band with guitarist James Young, bassist Jon Jones and drummer Chris Thompson at the University of North Texas in 2000, building a grass-roots fanbase that propelled each of their previous three albums into the Top 5 of Billboard’s Country Albums chart, with 2014’s 10,000 TOWNS bowing at No. 1. Three No. 1 singles gave the band an edgy, romantically-charged identity (“Crazy Girl,” “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “Drunk Last Night”). Their stable of hits collected Platinum and Multi-Platinum certifications that lead to Grammy and CMA Award nominations, Billboard Awards and an ACM trophy for Song of the Year (“Crazy Girl”). All of these accolades combined with their loyal fanbase and successful touring have resulted in over 500 million streams of their career catalogue. This summer, the road will take them from California to Maine, headlining shows with a set of brand new – but classic sounding – Eli Young Band tunes. And it will likely be just as much fun for them as it is for fans.
Watch Eli Young Band’s Music Video for “Love Ain’t” below:
Saturday November 10 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
Carlton Anderson is one of the promising young guns in Nashville’s country scene. A Texas native who relocated to Nashville in 2012, Carlton boasts an impressive resume of over 500 live performances. Currently Carlton splits his time playing in the honky tonks of downtown Nashville, various bars in Texas and performing for wounded veterans to benefit the Helping A Hero Organization. He has shared the stage with industry veterans including Charlie Robison, Roger Creager, Wade Bowen, Jason Boland and Wade Battle. His sound is a distinctly modern. Armed with a tireless work ethic, powerfully deep voice, and a unique depth to his songwriting, Anderson is poised to breakout in a big way. Keep an eye on this rising talent, you won’t want to miss what he does next.
Jake Rose was raised on a farm just west of the Twin Cities in Hamel, Minnesota. This is where his musical life began at a young age, watching his dad play old southern rock classics from the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Charlie Daniels, Allman Brothers, Molly Hatchet, Bob Seger, and many others. Jake previously founded the rock band New Medicine who charted a top 15 Billboard hit with “Race You To The Bottom” and played over 400 shows around the US and Canada. Jake has been living in Nashville since 2012 penning songs for other artists such as Meatloaf, Colt Ford, Keith Urban, Sleeping with Sirens, and many others.
Friday December 14 at Moonshine Beach – Guest List
Saturday December 15 at Moonshine Flats – Guest List
It is that drive, paired with raw talent and business savvy, that took John King out of a little mountain town in Georgia and into the spotlight opening for award-winning artists, playing over 150 dates per year, prior to having a booking agent.
John took serious interest in guitar when he realized that he could figure out how to play his favorite songs, but then went on to modify them. “That’s when I realized that I could write my own music. I started simply by playing familiar melodies and turning them into funny songs with lyrics about my friends.” In 2013, Black River Entertainment signed John King to their artist roster and one of the first steps since signing with Black River Entertainment is the newly signed deal with the Nashville based booking agency William Morris Endeavor Entertainment. Currently, John is in the studio recording his debut album on Black River Entertainment and continues to tour.
Watch John King’s new video for “I Still Pick Up” below:
Growing up in Jackson, Tennessee, Brandon Lay lived out the songs of John Mellencamp, Alan Jackson and Bruce Springsteen. He played sports during the day, fixed up cars after school and eventually wrote down his experiences in song, telling not only his story, but the story of other kids raised in small town America. Now signed to EMI Records Nashville, he’s able to share those songs on a grand scale, beginning with his autobiographical debut single “Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers.” Inspired directly by Brandon’s life, the song spells out right in its title the three chief influences that shaped him. There was always country music on the radio, he played basketball, football and baseball, and his dad spread the gospel on Sundays as a minister.
Listen to Brandon Lay’s single “Yada Yada Yada” below:
Southern Drawl Band
Southern Drawl Band from Knoxville and Nashville Tennessee is Southern Rockin’ Country music with a twist of lime distilled in the backwoods of Tennessee.” Much like their derivative name, Southern Drawl Band is a melting pot of sound, styles, attitude and entertainment. Defined in categories like Country, Southern Rock, Tropical Rock, and even Bluegrass, Southern Drawl Band attracts a range of listeners from a broad spectrum of music genres and audiences. Their unique trait of extraordinary music and song writing, along with impressive entertainment style and unforgettable live performance is what sets this band apart from others in their class. During their rise, Southern Drawl Band has had the honor of gracing the stages of many major artists. From legends such as Lynyrd Skynrd, Charlie Daniels Band and Jimmy Buffett to classic country artists like Aaron Tippin, Neil McMcoy, and Pure Prarie League right up to modern day stars such as Brantley Gilbert, Blackberry Smoke and Justin Moore.
– CLICK HERE to learn more about Southern Drawl Band
Watch Southern Drawl Band perform live below:
Chris Weaver Band
Chris Weaver was born to perform. Mixing southern rock, soul, and country blues, Chris and his band are inspiring crowds all around the world on the heels of releasing their sophomore CD, American Dreamer. Attending a Chris Weaver performance is a spiritual experience you don’t want to miss! Collaborating with legendary producer, Josh Leo (Alabama, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Timothy B. Schmit, Bad Company, Lynyrd Skynyrd) for American Dreamer, Chris and his band hit new heights. The sophomore release showcases Chris’ soulful, gritty passion for songs that define the American fabric – determination, love, family life, faith in a higher power, and the hopefulness of the American Dream. Guest performers on the record include Jack Pearson on slide guitar and Kim Carnes on back ground vocals. Chris also co-wrote all songs on the album. From the emotive album opener “Gravy Train,” soulful tracks “Raise the Dead” and “California High” to the breezy ballad “I Should Have Said That” and the Springsteen-esque “Time Has Wings,” Weaver is a lyrical craftsman whose music is both riveting and unclassifiable.
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Watch Chris Weaver Band’s music video for “Standing In Line” below:
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Jesse honed his musical and songwriting talents throughout his years at Forest Hill Collegiate Institute alongside classmate and high school alum Aubrey Graham (Drake). Upon graduating, Jesse moved immediately into a career in songwriting, penning radio hits for many of Canada’s top performing pop, rock, and country acts. In 2015, following nearly a decade of success in Canada’s music scene, Jesse set his sights on Nashville TN, and it was there in Music City where the country music community welcomed Jesse with open arms. Shortly after the move to Nashville, it was Jesse’s solid fire-driven guitar playing and soaring vocals that led to an invite to open select dates of Keith Urban’s “Raise Em Up” tour. Regularly touring when he isn’t on the ground at home focusing on writing and producing, Jesse’s debut international EP is slated for the spring of 2018. The first of many songs on this EP, “Another You” showcases Labelles penchant for his guitar playing and vocal skills. The second single “Get Away With It” takes the listener deeper into Labelle’s musical landscape, painting an ever unfolding picture of who the world will soon be singing along with. For Jesse, there has never been a more exciting time to watch for what happens next.
Listen to Jesse Labelle‘s single, “Get Away With It,” below:
Brandon Ray was born in the small West-Texas town of Big Spring. Raised on Rock n’ Roll, Country and Motown, he picked up the guitar at the young age of 13. At 18, he was out on the road with his first band and played 750 shows in 3 years including supporting the likes of Fall Out Boy, Switchfoot and grueling summers on Vans Warped Tour. Brandon moved to Nashville in 2008 to pursue a career in songwriting. After arriving in Nashville, Brandon landed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV, representation at CAA, toured playing guitar for Brett Eldredge (Taylor Swift- Red Tour) and has lent vocals to numerous demos for various publishers and songwriter, all while developing his own sound. This year Brandon has opened for artists such as Kip Moore, Jon Pardi and David Nail.
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