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Rhett Akins
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Some men are just born to be country singers. It has nothing to do with chart positions, signed deals or marketing plans. It has everything to do with a rowdy Friday night crowd singing along to a song you just wrote because they’ve immediately embraced the words. You’ve written about your life and theirs and the connection has nothing to do with music industry politics and everything to do with honest communication and gut reaction.
Jeff Bates
Dallas Davidson

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Country to the bone – influences such as Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and Kris Kristofferson helped shape Dallas’ sound. Nashville A&R & Record Producers are always commenting about his strong delivery of a lyric and the musicality of his demos.
Arriving in Nashville in 2003 he hit Music Row running in full stride and landing the controversial “Honky Tonk Ba-Donk-A Donk” with superstar Trace Adkins.

Lo Cash Cowboys


Members of the Country Music Association (CMA) and nominated to CMA’s Top 10 Ballot for Duo-of-the-Year in 2006, LoCash Cowboys have been heard on radio stations from coast to coast and played before millions over the last three years, and countless more on television.

The two met in Nashville at the famous Wildhorse Saloon in July 2002, where Chris was employed. After a brief encounter, Chris offered Preston a job working with him on stage. While not in name just yet, the LoCash Cowboys had been born.  On stage at the Wildhorse, Chris and Preston shared the spotlight with each other, and their talents with the audience. For four years, they entertained fans at the Wildhorse, including corporate outings and private parties. As those early shows went on, the tandem swiftly learned their collective value. Chris & Preston had launched their career.

Musicians are no longer calling their names individually. Through their collective and collaborative nature, LoCash Cowboys, with their ruthless, raw and robust sound, have solidified their place among the brilliant and breathtaking artists Nashville.

Craig Morgan


The statement sums up Craig Morgan in nutshell. By all accounts, Craig Morgan has made it. As an artist, he’s been a mainstay on the charts with an impressive body of work that includes fourteen Top Ten hits -- including fan-favorites “Redneck Yacht Club,” ”Almost Home,” “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” and “Tough.” As a performer, he’s entertained countless fans in every corner of the globe. And as a country star, he’s reached what many consider the pinnacle of his profession when on one cool October evening in 2008 he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Yet despite not only surviving but thriving for a decade in a cut-throat industry that is known for chewing up and spitting out talent, Craig Morgan is an artist that is still humble, hopeful, and hungry to continue making his mark in country music. THIS OLE BOY is proof.


Bobby Pinson

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Born of triumph and tragedy, Bobby Pinson's songs embody the power and integrity to take them across the width of today's musical landscape. Political statements, personal mantras, real-life situations, and the examination of the human condition all find a place in Bobby's diverse material. When the panhandle Texan sings of who he is, where he's been, and at what cost, his photographic voice rings with gritty truth. "I've been wrong enough to know what right is," says Pinson of his life that's so vividly depicted in the music that he affectionately calls "Gutter and Grace."

Daryle Singletary

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DARYLE SINGLETARY is certainly'rockin' the country' with his highly anticipated and awesome new HIT CD release "ROCKIN' IN THE COUNTRY" from E1 Music. Daryle's vocal performances are excellent on this CD, delivered with pure heart and emotion. Says Daryle; “I spent a lot of time on this project, because I wanted it to be the very best representation of who I am vocally and lyrically. I invited a few of my friends that I’ve always admired, to come into the studio with me." The combination of Daryle’s voice, with special guests Rhonda Vincent, and legendary award-winning fiddler and country-rock artist Charlie Daniels, produces a sound that will have listeners setting thisentire album on repeat!

Andy Griggs


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