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Tyler Farr


Born and raised in the small town of Garden City, Missouri, Tyler grew up hunting and fishing, playing football and baseball, and of course, singing. At the age of 16 he had the opportunity of going on the road with country music legend, George Jones. After seeing him perform live, Tyler knew what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. After attending SMSU after graduating high school, he moved to Nashville to chase his dream at the age of 21. In Nashville, Tyler got a full time gig playing at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge four nights a week. It was there where Tyler began discovering the art of stage presence, showmanship, and entertaining. After being in Nashville for a year, he cut his first album at the Rukkus Room Studio.

Landis Frier
landisLandis Frier’s love for a song evolved at an early age and was cultivated through a “Life filled with music. ”Growing up in an extremely musical family, the Albany Georgia native came by his natural born musical talent and enduring stage presence honestly.
With the three chords his Grandpa taught him and an old guitar his mamma bought him, he spent years of late nightsJourneying through a host of musical genres carving on what would later become the soulful, photographic sound of Landis Frier. “I have a great appreciation for a lot of different musical genres and there aren’t too many I can’t put my own spin on!”
After spending the better part of three years honing his craft  in clubs and colleges through out the state of Georgia, in 2010, the seasoned live performer packed up his dreams and moved to Nashville Tennessee where he began working with acclaimed Nashville songwriter, Bobby Pinson.
His relentless pursuit  of honest music with heart felt lyrics and soulful vocals is paying off and each day the world is one day closer to knowing  Landis Frier

Ira Dean

iradeanYou remember Ira Dean as the “wild”, “untamed”, “crazy”, “energetic”, bass player of the country trio Trick Pony but since leaving the group in 2008, Ira has proven that strength doesn’t always come in numbers. Now a few years later and more than 40 cuts later, Ira is happy being “A Power of 1”. Ira has had songs recorded by Joe Nichols, Chris Young, Heidi Newfield, Gary Allan and Montgomery Gentry, to name a few. After 2 years in the making Ira has just finished recording his self titled CD produced by Himself along with Joe Scaife, Blake Chancey, and good friend Anthony Smith.

Ted Nugent
Billy Currington
Lorrie Morgan


Lorrie Morgan grew up the daughter of Grand Ole Opry star George Morgan. She spent many nights backstage at the Opry and made her debut there at 13. Her father died when she was 16, and she was singing professionally a year later. By 21, she was opening shows for George Jones. She performed at Opryland USA, sang demo sessions for country publishing giant Acuff-Rose and became a member of the Opry in 1985.

Lorrie Morgan’s trophy room is adorned with reminders of milestones that include fourteen top-ten hits, twelve albums, seven of which have gone gold and platinum, and four Female Vocalist of the Year awards.

Colt Ford
Daniel Lee Martin


John Michael Montgomery


Troy Gentry
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