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Aaron Barker was born in San Antonio, Texas, and began his musical career in a "variety band." His first attempt at creating his own song, "Baby Blue," was recorded by George Strait on the "If You Ain't Lovin', You Ain't Livin'" album and went number one on Billboard. Aaron then began to refine his original material in small clubs and cafes where he would play on weekends. This led him to writing, "Love Without End, Amen," which was also recorded by George Strait and hit number one on Billboard for five consecutive weeks. Barker also wrote Strait’s # 1 song "Easy Come, Easy Go" and Lonestar‘s "What About Now.” His songs have also been recorded by Clay Walker, Aaron Tippin and Willie Nelson.
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For years one of Boston's best kept secrets, Adam Ezra is quickly becoming recognized as one of the most prolific touring and writing artists in the Northeast. Winning 7 New England Music Awards including "Band of the Year,” "Album of the Year,” and "Song of the Year" twice, and NEMA's Humanitarian Award for his commitment to activism through music, Adam's songwriting and performances with his band, Adam Ezra Group, have earned him tour dates with Steve Miller, Blues Traveler, Little Feat, Gavin DeGraw, Dwight Yoakam, The Goo Goo Dolls, Marshall Tucker Band, Melissa Ethridge, Train, ZZ Top, and Little Big Town, to name a few. But to really understand why the music world is beginning to take notice of Adam, come to a concert and you will experience an unscripted, extended performance poured out to an underground community of rabid fans singing every word to every song. In recent years, invites to Nashville have had Adam diving headfirst into the BMI songwriting world. His efforts have won him the friendship of John Oates, who after writing 10 songs with Adam and taking him around the country on tour, is currently producing his upcoming single "Hold Each Other Now," slated for release this fall. Adam Ezra Group's single, "Switching to Whiskey,” written with BMI artist Clint Daniels ("Broken Heartsville,” "Some of It"), quickly became one of Adam's most popular songs in 2021 with over a quarter million streams in its first year on Spotify alone. In what fans have dubbed “The Album Project,” Adam is currently in the midst of releasing a studio single each month for 2 years, trading in the traditional LP format for a steady flow of new music for his rapidly expanding community of listeners. Averaging over 200 tour dates annually, Adam quickly pivoted during the pandemic, beginning "The Gathering Series," through which he live-streamed every single night for 500 nights in a row for free, reaching over 15 million listeners around the world. His efforts not only galvanized his following but took his grassroots mission of empowering communities through music to new levels, earning him "Creator of the Year" by the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance, as well as "Digital Performer of the Year" and "Male Act of the Year" by the New England Music Awards. Adam has also started his own non-profit organization, RallySound, to better support fans and activists dedicated to making the world a better place. In addition to school workshops, supporting charitable events and empowering communities through music, RallySound hosts a free festival each year called The Ramble, dedicated to ending veteran homelessness. Even in the midst of the pandemic, they put on a virtual Ramble in 2021, raising enough money to help 67 veterans off the street and into safe and dignified housing. As the world has opened up again, Adam is back on the road, packing theaters with his band, and in between traditional tour dates, visiting the homes of fans around the country for backyard performances they call "The Gathering Series Live,” continuing to demonstrate that for Adam, nothing is more important than giving back to the people who love his music.
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For 21-year-old emerging artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen, it’s always been about storytelling. Deemed “one of Nashville’s most buzzworthy emerging artists” by E! News and “a name you'll want to know in country music” by PEOPLE, Rolling Stone further hails, “She writes with beyond-her-years poise.” With EPs HISTORY OF BREAKING UP (PART ONE) and PART TWO out now, Pandora's 2021 Country Artist to Watch has independently surpassed 51 MILLION career streams and amassed over 3K playlist adds. Picking up the guitar at seven and writing her first song by age nine, the Virginia Beach native relocated to Nashville at 14 and landed a publishing deal almost immediately. On the fast-track to stardom, she’s set to blaze her own trail and has already been spotted on tours with LANY and Mitchell Tenpenny. Signed to Eighteen Company for management and represented by UTA, Springsteen is also Ryan Seacrest Foundation’s newest Celebrity Ambassador.
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Residing in Springfield, Massachusetts, Alex is a BMI songwriter with a unique and polished style of guitar playing and deep emotion-filled lyrics alongside powerful and delicate vocals. Alex offers a wide variety and pays homage to all genres. Music and its ability to bring people together always fascinated Alex, starting his singing career very young. If not in the back seat of his mother's 1990 Honda Civic as a toddler, then listening to the chosen radio stations at her hair salons. Also, his father's musicianship and love for music led Alex into a whole generation of fantastic influences. Music was literally in every direction Alex looked. Falling in love with artists and genres such as: Michael Jackson, Nirvana, The Eagles, Cat Stevens, Beach Boys, Boys II Men ,UB40, Jewel, James Taylor, Reggae, Jazz/Funk, Folk & Bluegrass, Progressive, Punk, Heavy Metal and Rap/R&B, essentially influencing his chord progressions and lyrical selection. In Alex's most recent years, he has found success as an Independent Singer/Songwriter. While sticking to his roots, he still builds amazing full bands and polished duos and trios. Alex remains very busy and is progressing with every new musical journey that is presented. In November 2021, Alex released his debut 5-song Solo EP called "Lancaster," recorded at Spirit House Recording Studio in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. This EP was a huge success and is available for purchase and streaming on all music platforms. The album was recorded live with some big names and amazing musicians, such as Adam Steinberg, Beau Sasser, Paul Kochanski, Tommy Dhiel and Laura Manzi. The EP was produced by Danny Bernini & Paul McNamara. This collaboration resulted in opening many new doors. Also, in September of 2021, Alex opened for Marc Roberge of O.A.R and has been invited to many BMI songwriters events, such as the Island Hopper Songwriter Festival and Key West Songwriters Festival. While maintaining his full-time job as a CDL - Class A Truck Driver, Alex travels all throughout New England making deliveries and playing music everywhere and anywhere he can. In honor of the hard working- class heroes, in January 2022, Alex and two other songwriters started a Songwriters series called “Blue-Collar Songwriters Series.”
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Hailing from Loudon County, Virginia, Andrew was always good with words, and at the young age of 10, he was named Northern Virginia's All Metro Spelling Bee Champion. Ever since then, he has dedicated himself, and his talent with words, to songwriting. His goal is for his older brother, Matthew, to be known as Andrew McGinn’s older brother, Matthew.
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Autumn Nicholas is a vibrant, gifted artist, vocalist, songwriter and performer who has amazed audiences around the country. Reminiscent of the singer/songwriter sensibility of Julia Michaels and the swagger of Kacey Musgraves, with the warmth of Adele and the soul of Etta James, Autumn Nicholas’ lyrics and melodies tell stories. Stories about love, pain, loss, and hope. She seamlessly blends pop alternative melodies that become part of your daily playlist. Her textured vocals create imagery that brings the listener in so they feel that her journey is their journey. She is an award-winning artist and performer that connects with fans in large venues and small intimate performances. Her latest EP, Shades of Beige, showcases her vocal range and lyrical sensibilities with pop infused, guitar-driven melodies and her latest single, On A Sunday, displays a raw, honest and emotional storytelling style that brings listeners on her journey as if it were their own.
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Detroit-born Barbara Chamberlain has called Southwest Florida her home for more than half her life. Strongly influenced by both her parents' different tastes in music, her originals tend to jump between Jazz-infused Americana to Folkish flat-picking Rockabilly and Acoustic Rock. Her passion for playing the guitar and singing harmony at every chance she gets led her to becoming one of the founding board members of the Americana Community Music Association. You might find Barbara performing several decades of multi-genre music alone or with friends, while she works towards producing an album. When not making music with her friends from Naples to Pine Island, she will be saving the bees, kayaking or fishing.
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Bill Metts started playing fingerstyle guitar during the Country Blues revival of the '60s and fell in love with the music of Taj Mahal, Mississippi John Hurt, Doc Watson and others of that ilk. Just about everything he has done since has been in that down-home finger-picking style. Metts has performed at the annual Mississippi John Hurt Blues Festival in Avalon, Mississippi, at the historic Blue Front Cafe, and at the famous Ground Zero in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Though he has dabbled in all types of music, today he prefers to play and sing original tunes or traditional Americana roots music.
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Growing up in the suburbs of St. Louis, Bill Roemer was raised with the typical Midwest values of work hard/play hard. With more than 13 years in music, Bill plays more than 200 shows a year. From cruise ships to Nashville’s lower Broadway, Bill creates an atmosphere that is energetic and exciting for every music lover. Bill’s catalog of roughly 2,000 cover songs, from every genre, is woven into his writing style and has truly influenced his sound. His latest release, “Better Out Here,” is a perfect representation of who Bill is - just a hunting, fishing, small-town country boy who loves writing songs.