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2022 Lineup

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Kristian Bush is a MULTI-PLATINUM-selling, two-time GRAMMY Awards winner most known for being half of the record-breaking Country duo Sugarland. The Sevierville, TN native launched his professional music career in 1994 with the Folk-Rock duo Billy Pilgrim. Within the decade, Kristian moved on to form Sugarland with Jennifer Nettles. The pair, who released debut single "Baby Girl” in 2004 went on to chart five No. 1 hits and 12 Top 10 songs including "Stuck Like Glue," "Want To" and "Stay." His SOUTHERN GRAVITY solo debut in 2015 produced Top 20 hit "Trailer Hitch." Kristian's new 52-song, four-volume solo album, 52, is rolling out the next 12-18 months. "52 - ATLxBNA," the first installment, is available now along with his accompanying weekly podcast "52-The Podcast." Kristian made a foray into television theme songs in 2016 with "Forever Now (Say Yes)," which he penned and performed for TLC's popular show "Say Yes to the Dress." The multi-instrumentalist is also a founding member of Rock Jam band Dark Water alongside his brother Brandon Bush and esteemed guitarist Benji Shanks. In addition, Kristian co wrote a song for the Atlanta staging of Stephen Schwartz's "Working: A Musical” and has written three musicals. "Troubadour" (2017) and "Darlin' Cory" (2021) opened at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre and "Me Before You" is set for Miami in 2023. For more information, visit www.kristianbush.com.
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There was a time when multi-instrumentalist Maggie Baugh could have found herself at the renowned Juilliard school in New York City, playing classical pieces from the likes of Tchaikovsky and Mozart. But life took a turn when she discovered the sounds of Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts, and in turn, she found a greater love for pouring her heart out through lyrics and country music. And thank God she did. Currently, the career of this spitfire with the crazy addictive personality is moving at warm speed. not only has she reached one million + streams on Spotify with her viral hit "Think About Me," she also finds herself standing alongside the likes of Luke Bryan and Trace Adkins, rocking out her fiddle in the music video for "Where the Country Girls At." Add that to the fact that her new single "Drinking to the Broken Hearts' instantly snagged the attention PEOPLE and CMT, and its quite evident that this talented soul is here to stay. Born in Boca Raton, Florida, Baugh was just two years old when she asked her parents for a violin, seemingly speared on by the classical music and intriguing characters she would watch on the Disney Channel show Little Einsteins. At the age of six, she began to play that violin, ultimately finding herself on the stage of Carnegie Hall just five years later. But soon, Baugh found herself throwing little bluegrass into a Bach concerto and impromtu licks to age-old classics, and it was evident her dreams were flying off that sheet music in front of her. At 12 years old, she began playing the guitar and putting her soul into songwriting, and just one year later, Baugh made her first trip to Nashville. And from there, her career caught fire. Soon, Baugh was playing her brand of country music all over south Florida, headlining festivals and opening on the ampitheater stages for artists such as Luke Combs, Kip Moore, and Chris Lane. And following a careeraltering, personal invitation from Live Nation's Brian O'Connell, she received a coveted spot on the lineup of Rock the Ocean's Tortuga Music Fest, which was named "Festival of the Year" at last years ACM Awards. As success began to swirl around her, Baugh made the decision to make her permanent move to Nashville and just 18 years old. In 2020, while the entertainment industry found themselves at a standstill due to the pandemic, Baugh found herself busier than ever, utilizing social media to connect to her fans in any way she could. From online music lessons to her crazy antics, Baugh led with authenticity, and soon found herself a tribe of fans who not only love her brand of music, but who loved her relatability. Her openness about tough topics such as depression, bullying and suicide instantly made her a virtual friend to many, especially when they needed her most. Today, after years of paying her dues out on the road, the twentysomething with the girl next door vibe and the Doc Martens on her feet finds herself on the cusp of country music stardom. Not only is her authentic nature on and off the stage finding its way into the hearts of a growing legion of fans, but it's also working on the industry, who have taken a liking to her long list of impressive talents. In the last year alone, CMT Has added both of the independent artist's latest releases to their "CMT Next Women of Country," with the CMA also adding Baugh to their "Fresh from Nashville" and "Celebrating Women of Country" Apple playlists to sport Baugh's debut single "Think About Me." Spotify and Apple Music also added the rising star to their "Celebrating Women in Country" playlists alongside A-list artists such as Carly Pearce, Cassadee Pope and Lainey Wilson, along with the "New Boots," "Breakout Country," "Release Radar," "Next from Nashville" and "New Music Nashville," with Baugh as a featured cover artist spot for Spotify's editorial playlist "Fresh Finds: Country." And after Spotify added her second single on those same playlists, PEOPLE Magazine premiered Baugh's music video for "Drinking to the Broken Hearts." CMT also added the sweet video to their homepage, along with a beaming tweet to their 1.8 million Twitter Followers. And it is this support that will soon get her back out on the road and in front of her hundreds of thousands of loyal fans in 2022, fans who find her nothing short of irresistible. "I just want to write music that is relatable and music that will help people forget about was going on in their life for a little while," she says. "Music can bring people together and help them forget how crazy the world can be sometimes. And if I can put a smile on their face for two hours, then I've done my job."
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Matt Warren is a Nashville native. In 2002, Warren made his staff writer debut when he signed a publishing deal with House of Fame in Muscle Shoals, AL. Matt's first cut was “Puttin’ Memories Away”, co-written with Gary Allan. It was featured in Rolling Stone magazine & on the Oprah Winfrey show when Gary was her guest. In 2009 he won multiple awards for the top 10 hit "Learning How to Bend". In 2013 he received a songwriter award for the #1 smash “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)", which was also nominated for the 2014 ACM song of the year. “Love Let It Do What It Do” by Robert Randolph & the Family Band featuring Darius Rucker (co-written with Warren) was the lead single from the “Got Soul” record nominated for blues record of the year at the 2018 Grammy Awards. Matt’s songs have been recorded by Gary Allan, Darius Rucker, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Andy Frasco & the UN, Bucky Covington, Americana music icon Jim Lauderdale, Pittsburgh blue collar rock legend Joe Grushecky and many others. He has recorded his songs for his 2013 solo project as well as his band Papa Joe in 2001 and his latest band Goodfoot which will be out in 2022. Matt currently has 4 songs on the new Gary Allan record “Ruthless.”
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In February 2020 Nelson turned all four chairs on the NBC hit show “The Voice” with his version of Stevie Ray Vaughn’s Pride and Joy. He went on to make it to the top 20 on John Legend’s team when COVID-19 took the world for a ride. So he took a ride back east and hit the road performing at various venues picking up more traction at each stop. Born and raised in Orange County, CA, Nelson Cade III began his musical journey in first grade with classical training in piano. His training continued strong into middle school when he was accepted into the Orange County School of the Arts. Around junior year in high school, Nelson transferred to Anaheim High where he picked up and taught himself guitar while walking back and forth to school. The singing came soon after that. Nelson only recently quit his job to pursue music full-time as his professional career. The seed was planted while walking by a farmers’ market in downtown Los Angeles, guitar in hand. He was stopped by one of the market’s organizers and asked if he wanted a gig there. Since that day, his appearances on “The Voice” beamed his talents into households across the nation. Nelson is multi-GENRE-ational - a lover of all different sounds and styles of music. You can catch him playing a variety of genres at his shows such as blues, pop, folk, indie-rock and oldies, as well as some of his originals mixed in. His recently released debut single, FREEDOM, is streaming everywhere!
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After the breakout success of his first studio album, 2019’s Love and Whiskey, a lot has changed for Average Joes Entertainment star Sam Grow. That milestone project followed years of grinding work, writing his own tunes, booking his own shows and recording his own EPs … but it was all rewarded. Love and Whiskey hit Number One on iTunes’ Country Albums chart – doing so with zero radio airplay – and since then he’s only poured more gas on the fire. Grow’s 2020 single “Song About You” burned red hot, pulling in more than 50 million streams and getting named one of Spotify’s “Best Country Songs” in the process. Grow’s been featured on Billboard’s coveted “7 Country Acts To Watch” list, and touted by Music Row as a sure-bet for future superstardom, among other accolades, as the temperature continues to spike. But with his new sophomore album, This Town, Grow goes back to where it all started. Painting a sonic picture of the small-town world he was raised in – rocked by changing times but still holding strong – he’s building on success … and letting fans know they’re never alone. “I feel like right now I’m making some of the best music I’ve ever made,” he says – and honestly, that’s saying a lot, since the Maryland native is the definition of a “prolific creator.” Since his 2014 arrival in Nashville, he’s dropped three EPs and his milestone debut album, never letting more than a few years pass between releases. But things are different now.
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Sam Munsick grew up on a small cow/calf ranch in Sheridan county WY. Music has been a part of his life for as long as he can remember. His father, Dave, has passed down his love of the West and capturing it in the form of song. Sam went to Sheridan (WY) College and The University of Wyoming where he earned a Bachelors of science in Animal Science. He was a member of the rodeo teams as a bareback rider. After college Sam spent his time working for ranches in Wyoming, Montana and Oregon. Sams’ songs reflect his experiences on those remote ranches and tell stories that capture his love of ranching, rodeo and wide open spaces. He now lives south of Buffalo, Wy with his wife Callie, daughter Macklee (5), and son Briggs (2). Sam is Owner/partner of K-M Fence Contracting and still works seasonally taking care of summer yearlings with his wife out in the Powder River breaks. Sam writes and sings songs that come from the heart. His warm, strong, baritone voice and natural sense of style anchor the sound of The Munsick Boys to their home grown roots.
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Shane Stevens is a Grammy and ACM nominated singer/songwriter who has written for a variety of country and pop acts, including Walker Hayes, Carrie Underwood, Lady A, Sara Evans, Kellie Pickler, Ronnie Milsap, Jo Dee Messina, Jordin Sparks, Fifth Harmony, Little Mix, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor. Born in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, he grew up in a house filled with country, pop, R&B, Christian, and beach music. In 1996, he moved to Nashville with his best friend and co-writer Karyn Rochelle to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional songwriter. He achieved his first Billboard #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart in 2010 with “American Honey,” performed by Lady A and co-written with Hillary Lindsey and Cary Barlowe. After achieving much success in writing country music, Shane wanted to broaden his songwriting horizon and moved to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue a new direction as a writer, vocal producer, and artist developer in the pop and R&B world. While in Los Angeles, Shane has contributed songs to several pop artists, such as “Super Bad”, “Goodie Bag” by Jesse McCartney, “Everlasting Love” by Fifth Harmony, “Paper Doll” by Bea Miller, “Paradise” by Little Boots, “Step On Up” by Ariana Grande, “Love Me or Leave Me” by Little Mix, “Woman Up” by Meghan Trainor, “Nobody” by Selena Gomez, and “I’ll Chase The Sky”, “No Better Feelin’” and “Neighsayer” on the 2017 My Little Pony soundtrack. Shane’s most recent accolades includes selling a Country music musical movie to Paramount Pictures in 2019 where Shane was responsible for writing all original compositions associated with the musical alongside childhood friend Karyn Rochelle and co-writing the biggest song of 2021 titled "Fancy Like" by Walker Hayes. Currently, Shane spends the majority of his time where it all started, Nashville, TN. Shane primary focus is writing for both country and pop music while developing talent in both genres.
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Troy Cartwright is a product of Texas’ rich heritage of dive bars and honky tonks; he’s also a Berklee trained musician and at one time had a side hustle as a professional dog walker. “One of Texas’ most exciting country newcomers” (The Boot), Cartwright hit the ground running early on in his career at upwards of 130 tour dates per year, all before he had an agent or a manager. He released a handful of EPs and a critically heralded full-length album before locating to Music City, where his creative drive found a new gear. He has found himself on Rolling Stone’s “10 Country Artists You Need To Know,” list and named a SiriusXM The Highway On The Horizon artist, has released a live EP Memory Machine Sessions and most recently an EP titled Halfway To Houston.