Harold Allen takes the life experiences that we all share, the events that touch our hearts and creates music that speaks directly to the soul in each of us. Whether in an intimate setting accompanied only by his guitar or onstage playing with his band the Bonfire Choir to thousands, he strives to connect with his audiences in a way that makes his music touch each of them. A cowboy through and through his life is steeped in the traditions of country, but Allen's music is stamped with his own unique style. He honors the past, but refuses to live in it and that is why he continues to push the boundaries of country music forward, creating an exciting new blend that is as emotionally potent as it is commercially appealing.
"I play music because I really love it. I love what it does to people. I love how a certain song can take them to a particular place or time that taps into a memory or emotion that touches, or maybe even changes them in a way they will never forget." The importance of faith, home and family, and the idea that where you're from shapes who you are, are the recurring themes of Mark's music. Born and raised on a small farm in Choctaw County, Mississippi, Mark developed an early love of simple lyric songs that tell a story. From Southern Gospel super groups like The Happy Goodman Family and The Hinson's to the early Bakersfield sound of Merle Haggard and Buck Owens, the smooth crooning of George Strait to the hillbilly rock of Marty Stuart, and the heartbreak that could only be told through the voice of George Jones, all of these show their influences on FIELDS OF HOME, Mark's first CD of original material. "I try to write songs that people can identify with and that make sense. That's what I was going for with this record." From the contemplations of life and legacy expressed on the title track and "The Man My Momma Tried to Raise", to the soul-searching examinations of identity after love lost on "Would It Do Any Good" and "Finding Me", the songs show Mark's honest, emotional perspective. "Trailer Park Trash" speaks for itself, and "Honky Tonk Rockstar" offers a taste of life as seen by a working musician on Nashville's historic Broadway music scene.
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Rob Muzick Band
Rob is an all-inclusive musician, meaning he plays, he sings, and he writes. He remembers hearing The Beatles for the first time and being in awe that “these seemingly normal people had ‘made up’ these amazing songs.” Naturally, he wanted to take a stab at songwriting too – and boy did it work! After moving to Nashville at the age of 24, not only did Rob use music and songwriting as a means to make ends meet, but also as an outlet for emotions. Some of his best songwriting has occurred during heartbreak, which makes that heartbreak worthwhile.
Mark Ramsey Band
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Cory Farley Band
After graduating from college and performing around the valley for years, in 2010 Cory set out to pursue a full-time music career in Nashville, TN. He now has his own band and has since opened up for artists such as the Legendary Marty Stuart. In early 2013, Farley signed a deal with an entertainment company and is now invading stages nationwide. With his signature voice, drive, and unforgettably wild shows, Cory Farley is one musician to keep an eye on as his name ascends to stardom. This is undoubtedly not the last you have heard from him.
Kristine Kabbes & The Skallywags
Ryne Brashear is a singer/songwriter from the small town of Upton, Ky. Ryne was raised in a very musical family, his father also being a guitar player and a big influence on a young Ryne. The first step of his musical journey was eight years ago when he decided to pick up his father’s Fender Stratocaster and learn some good ole Skynyrd. He never thought that would lead him to where he is now. Ryne has had the opportunity to play many different styles with many different musicians & that process has made him the artist he is today. Whether it’s playing on the jamboree stages across Kentucky, recording and writing his own material at Long Island Recording Studios, or singing in church on Sunday morning, Ryne has turned his dream into a reality.
The Eskimo Brothers
The Eskimo Brothers are an alternative country trio out of Nashville TN. They play raw hillbilly music with a bluesy high energy edge with a performance that will blow your mind! Don't miss them!
Ben Donovan & The Congregation
Country, Americana and rock and roll music that'll save your soul and punish your liver.
Wendy Newcomer & the Good Ol' Timers
Wendy Newcomer is an Americana/country singer-songwriter originally from Asheboro, North Carolina, now living in Nashville, Tennessee. Her latest self-titled CDfeatures original songs influenced by heroes including Emmylou Harris, Loretta Lynn, Patty Loveless, Guy Clark, Linda Ronstadt and Tom Petty; and interpretations of songs by some of her favorite writers.
She made her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2000 and released her debut EP, "Raised On Promises," in 2004. In 2008 her song "Runaround" won the Chris Austin Songwriting Contest at MerleFest in the country category. She performs around the southeast and southwest, is an in-demand demo singer, and has also recorded regional voiceovers and jingles.
Mary Sue Englund
Singer, song writer and multi- instrumentalist.
Country music Singer-Songwriter Mathew Barringer was born and raised in Madison, Indiana. Barringer was exposed to music at an early age. He began singing in church along with his grandparents, who were part of a successful Gospel band. He soon decided to expand his musical horizons and acquired a taste for country music. His family started entering him into every possible talent show they could find. Barringer was a natural performer and would sing for anyone who would listen. With his strong vocal ability and personality, soon bands began eyeing him. Barringer was a part of several different bands around the area of Southern Indiana for short periods of time.
At the age of 19, Barringer began to teach himself how to play guitar. He wanted to be more than just a singer and performer. He started playing guitar and singing at bonfires and open mic’s around his hometown. Soon he began drawing attention from several bar owners and different venues as a money making solo artist. Barringer combines a series of several different unique qualities. With his good looks and aspiring stage performances, he made fans quickly. He has a positive outlook on life, charming personality, and a sensational voice. In every performance listeners can feel the power of his love for music, God, and family. He lists God and family as his most important influences along with Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, Johnny Cash, and Garth Brooks.
He was raised to never give up, work hard at everything he does, and to treat people with respect. He has used these values to further his music career. He has played among several successful establishments in Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and surrounding states. Although raised in a small town, Barringer is no stranger to the big city lights. He recently played in several locations in Nashville, Tennessee including The Bluebird Café, Honky Tonk Central, Full Moon Saloon, Back Alley Diner, Rippy’s Bar and Grill, and the Swingin’ Door Saloon. Not yet signed with a record label, Mathew Barringer hopes to accomplish his dream of being a professional country music singer someday. Mathew is always looking to improve himself and his talent. He is no stranger to life’s hardships and set-backs and uses these to fuel his motivation. Barringer is currently working on original music for his debut album which will be finished by the end of February.
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Coco and the Nash Bash
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The Mexicants offer a wide range of 90s and 80s rock with a bit of spice and plenty of humor!
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Monte Mader & The Monsters
Kasey Todd Band
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Nate Milstein Band
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Andy and Lee Huffer Band