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2022 Lineup

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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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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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Brinley Addington is a country singer/songwriter whose passion for music began at age three after a family trip to Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry. Influenced early on by 90’s and traditional country music, the Kingsport, TN native always knew Nashville was in his future and moved to Music City in 2008 to attend Belmont University. Shortly after, he began performing in the legendary honky tonks on lower Broadway and toured the country playing clubs, fairs, festivals, and opening shows for many notable acts including Florida-Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Chris Young, Jon Pardi, Marty Stuart, Ronnie Milsap, and more. In 2021, Addington scored his first #1 song with Ryan Hurd and Maren Morris’ hit, “Chasing After You” and was named one of Spotify’s Hot Country Standout Songwriters of the Year. Addington has also had songs recorded by Parmalee, Tyler Farr, Kameron Marlowe as well as Texas favorites Kevin Fowler and Kyle Park among others. Over the years, Addington has released several recordings of his own which are available now on all major digital platforms.
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Emily Shackelton is a songwriter and performer from Biwabik, Minnesota. After studying at Berklee College of Music, during which time she won the coveted BMI John Lennon Songwriting Competition, Emily made the move to Nashville. She’s penned the #1 Carly Pearce single, Every Little Thing, along with singles and cuts with Pearce, Lauren Alaina, Runaway June, Cassadee Pope, the Civil Wars’ Joy Williams, Reba McEntire, Jennifer Nettles, Seth Ennis, Sara Evans, Jana Kramer, David Cook, and more. Several of her songs have also been featured on TV shows like Nashville, American Idol, and Dancing With the Stars. She won Music Row’s 2018 Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year award, and “Every Little Thing” was recognized as one of NSAI’s 2018 Ten Songs I Wish I’d Written. She currently serves on the NSAI board and just signed a new worldwide publishing deal with Winsongs Music Publishing.
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Frank J. Myers is originally from Dayton, Ohio, but moved to Nashville in 1981 to pursue a career in music. He got his start in Nashville as band leader, road manager and lead guitarist for Eddy Raven in 1981 and worked with Eddy for 9 years. It was with Eddy that Frank started writing, playing and co-producing sessions. They had 2 number ones, 5 number twos and 3 top tens with songs such as I Got Mexico, Bayou Boys, You Should’ve Been Gone By Now, Sometimes A Lady and many others. It was in 1982 though, that Frank had his first single (a song he wrote by himself) with You And I for Eddie Rabbitt and Crystal Gayle which stayed number one for four weeks Country, number two for six weeks AC and number 6 for four weeks Pop. It was during his time with Eddy Raven that Frank met Gary Baker. They had their first number one together in 1993 with Once Upon A Lifetime by Alabama. Gary and Frank recorded one album for MCG/Curb Records as Baker & Myers and were 3 time nominees for Duo Of The Year at the ACM’s and CMA’s. Their greatest accomplishment as writers together came when John Michael Montgomery recorded I Swear which was number one for 4 weeks on the Country charts. The song was then recorded by All 4 One and went to number one on the Pop charts and stayed there for 11 weeks. Since then, I Swear has won these awards: ● American Songwriter Magazine Pop, AC, R&B, Country and Overall Song of the year Pop, R&B, Country and Overall Songwriters of the year ● 1st Annual Country Radio Awards Single and Song of the year ● CMA AWARDS Single Of The Year Song Of The Year nomination ● Grammy Awards Country Song Of The Year Best R&B Vocal and Song Of The Year nomination ● ACM Awards Single and Song Of The Year ● NSAI Awards Award for Country, Pop, and AC Song Of The Year ● ASCAP Awards Country, Pop and R&B Song Of The Year ● Billboard Magazine #1 Song of 1994 ● Jukebox Awards 1994 Song and Songwriters Of The Year ● International Song Of The Year Canada, Germany, Great Britain, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Japan and China Frank also co-wrote the 7-week number one smash by Lonestar, I’m Already There, which was nominated for a Grammy and CMA Song and Single Of The Year. The song also went to number 2 on the AC chart. It was also named American Songwriter Magazine’s Country Song Of The Year and Frank was voted Country Songwriter Of The Year, along with Gary Baker and Richie McDonald. His single My Front Porch Looking In by Lonestar is the first record in R&R history to go to #1 fall to number #2 for 6 weeks and go back to #1. His latest #1 was Tomorrow by Chris Young which was also nominated for ACM Single Of The Year. Frank has had songs recorded by over 50 Country and Pop Artists. He’s had 12 number ones and 20 top tens. Frank has co-written and produced songs for such artists as Kenny Loggins’ Target project, the debut CD for Andy Griggs on Montage Records, wrote 7 songs and produced Richie McDonald’s Christian/AC project I Turn To You which was nominated for a Dove Award for Best Country Christian CD in “09” and co-produced Richie McDonald’s Christmas CD If Everyday Could Be Christmas, wrote and produced independent act Matt Gary’s debut single The Days You Live for his follow up CD entitled Matt Gary. He also coproduced South Of Me for newcomer Robby Johnson which went to #18. The video stayed number one on CMT’s Pure Country Countdown for 7 weeks. He is currently writing for various projects. Frank has a list of artist and producer co-writes that include partner Gary Baker, Chris Young, Anthony Smith, Billy Montana, Ash Bowers, Josh Thompson, Adam Anders, Richie McDonald, Ronnie Dunn, David Lee Murphy, Travis Tritt, Uncle Kracker, Nick Lachey, Jessica Simpson, Kenny Loggins Howie & Kevin of BSB, among others. He is also a member Leadership Music’s class of “05”. Frank was nominated for a Dove Award in “09” for his writing and production work on I Turn To You recorded by Richie McDonald. This was his first Dove Award nomination, as well as his first Producer nomination.
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Jann Klose is an award-winning pop singer-songwriter, who has released six albums and two EPs. Klose was raised in Kenya, South Africa, Germany and the United States. His two recent singles, "Love You the Most" and "Pilot Light", have accumulated over 5 million streams across all platforms. Love You the Most (part of the soundtrack to the Amazon film Married Young) even broke Top 40 radio in the United States, peaking at #49. Jann is an ambassador for Desmond Tutu's TutuDesk campaign and Brick by Brick Uganda. He is the singing voice of Tim Buckley in the movie "Greetings from Tim Buckley" (Universal). His songs have been heard on the Grammy® nominated "Healthy Food For Thought" compilation, charted in the Billboard Top 10 compilation "Action Moves People United" as well as MTV Cribs and movies "Dead Broke" (Warner Bros) featuring Paul Sorvino and “One Little Finger” alongside Quincy Jones, Siedah Garrett and Julian Lennon. He has performed as an actor and singer in touring companies of Broadway musicals, including "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Jekyll and Hyde," and "The Who's Tommy" as well as made for TV movies, voice overs and commercials. In 2020, Jann launched his podcast, Making Sound with Jann Klose. Recent episodes have featured industry legends like Annie Haslam (Renaissance), Frank Bello (Anthrax), and Simon Kirke (Bad Company). Jann Klose's newest single is "Sugar My" from his new album Surrender.
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"Do you remember when country music had some personality to it? When it was smart, sassy, witty, and not just fun but funny? Well meet Joe Denim…he is all that rolled into one and he is busting in and out of Nashville at a crazy rate of speed.” — Cowboy Lifestyle Network Comedian & Country Music Artist Joe Denim has been laughed at by people around the world. They laugh at his comical country songs like the Billboard Country Chart hit “Pray For You” (co-written with Jaron Lowenstein), which has sold over 2 million copies and been streamed over 25 million times on Spotify. They laugh at his quick-witted jokes whether he’s on stage opening for comedians like Tom Mabe and Dusty Slay or playing with his band, The Hillbilly Soap Opera, in front of 20,000 fans at a music festival. And Joe laughs right along with them because he’s the funniest person he knows. Joe has shared the stage with many amazing comics including: Dusty Slay, Killer Beaz, Pauly Shore, Rodney Carrington, Tom Mabe and Ralphie May. He also hosts country music festivals around the country including several days each year at CMAfest. As a hit songwriter/country artist regularly performs nationwide with his band as a headliner and opening act. He has shared the stage with major artists like Toby Keith, Uncle Kracker, Joe Nichols, Alan Jackson, Big & Rich, Charlie Daniels, Craig Morgan and many more. An avid outdoorsman and hunter Joe was taught from an early age to respect the environment and leave it better than he’s found it. Born in Indiana and raised on a working dairy farm in rural Ohio, Joe honed his harmonica skills calling the cows in to feeding every morning at 5:00 am.
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Josh Martin knows how to dance the fine line between radio country and his deep-holler Kentucky roots. It’s clear the songwriter/vocalist/guitarist is no stranger to longnecks and pick-up trucks – but he’s even closer to the bluegrass of his youth. His latest album, Nothing Holding Me, is taut balancing act of accessibility and credibility, replete with honest songwriting and extraordinary musicianship. His songwriting is a testament to life in Kentucky, where he used to run up and down the holler roads – going anywhere he wanted, just because he could. That freedom, he says, rings out in every note he plays. You can hear traces of Guy Clark and Darrell Scott in his lyric, and the echo of John Mayer and Tony Rice in his guitar licks – and a hint of old-time spirituality in his voice. His songs are both smart and accessible, running wild and smiling back at Nashville from the open road. Martin is at the apex of his musical freedom, not afraid of joy or sorrow, just eager to share what he loves with the audience.
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Kayley Bishop’s sound is Bob Seger’s rock and roll, Dolly Parton’s bluegrass storytelling and Aretha Franklin’s soulful serenade, all mixed together and thrown into a bowl called country music. She loves blending the old with the new, finding inspiration from artists who were musical trail-blazers. Keith Urban has described her voice as a “gumbo of Celine Dion, Natalie Maines and Jewel”. From season 15 of NBC’s The Voice, Kayley is now in the works of recording her next original project with Grammy Nominated producer, Eric Torres, and most recently has released part one of her live record “Live at the Chapel”, now on iTunes and Spotify.