Big & Rich are one of the most successful and flamboyant duos in country music history. They formed out of the ashes of other projects; John Rich had been an early member of Lonestar, and "Big Kenny" Alphin had pursued a solo career on Hollywood Records. They revolutionized country radio with the release of their debut album, 'Horse of a Different Color,' in 2004, by blending contemporary country and rock influences in a way that hadn't been done before. Their debut single, "Wild West Show," peaked at No. 21, but their second single, "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)," was a massive commercial breakthrough, accompanied by a colorful video that received extensive airplay. They've gone on to score hits with "Holy Water," "Big Time," "Lost in This Moment" and others. They have also written songs, both together and separately, for other artists including Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Gretchen Wilson and more. Big & Rich took a hiatus after 2007's 'Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace,' with both members pursuing solo work. They reunited for 'Hillbilly Jedi' in 2012 and released their most recent album, 'Gravity,' via their own newly-formed label in 2014.
With two No. 1 singles, multiple awards and nominations, plus performances on some of the biggest stages in the world, Mercury Nashville’s Easton Corbin has made a lasting impression on the country music landscape. In 2012 the Gilchrist County Florida native released his sophomore album, All Over The Road, which included the Top 5 hits “Lovin’ You Is Fun” and “All Over The Road.” His latest single, “Are You With Me,” was most added song at country radio the day it was released. “Are You With Me” first appeared on All Over The Road and was such a special song to Corbin he carried it over to About To Get Real in hopes it would be a radio single. Corbin spent 2016 on one of the biggest tours in country music -Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour. Corbin is currently in the studio working on new music for his fourth studio album. Get “A Girl Like You" now: umgn.us/GirlLikeYou
On the heels of the recent release of Brooke Eden’s debut EP, Welcome to the Weekend, the accolades continue to pour in for the pintsized dynamo. Eden has been named an Amazon Music “Artist to Watch in 2017,” Vogue’s “10 Country ‘It’ Girls, one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, a SPOTIFY“Spotlight 2016” Artist, PEOPLE’s “Seven Country Acts You Should Check Out” and one of CMT’s “16 Listen Up Artists for 2016” as well as “One to Watch” by Country Music Rocks, NASH Country Weekly, MySpace, Nashville Lifestyles, Roughstock, Sounds Like Nashville, Whiskey Riff and more.
The young Loxahatchee, Florida native came up the artist ranks by paying her dues, performing in clubs and learning the craft of songwriting from the tender age of four. Eden has performed over 500 shows in four years, including opening for superstars such as Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson, Sugarland and Florida Georgia Line.
Douglas Jackson Brooks, known professionally as Doug Stone, is an American country music singer. He debuted in 1990 with the single "I'd Be Better Off", the first release from his 1990 self-titled debut album for Epic Records. Doug Stone has 8 number one singles and 15 top ten country hits with over 5 million records sold.
Beer, Bar Rooms, and Broken Hearts; Cody Williams has crafted his own unique sound, blending traditional country music story telling with an "in your face" attitude. Raised on a cattle ranch in Okeechobee, FL, Williams' music paints the portrait of life in a small town. He sings of hard times and good times in a place where cowboys still ride horses to work and then head into town on Saturday night to raise hell at the local watering hole. After a few years of singing around camp fires and at parties Cody hit the local music scene in the summer of 2012.
Robbie Orsini – drums
Mitch Marcum – bass
Cody Williams – lead vocals & guitar
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