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Haling from Albany Georgia, Evan Barber & The Dead Gamblers are a rock n Roll
band who blend elements of Southern Rock, Jam, and Americana to create a
soulfully identifiable sound. Drawing influence from such acts as Tom Petty and
Drive-By Truckers, EBDG's deliver a classic rock sound; however, front-man and
lead singer/songwriter Evan Barber's unique vocal twang separates EBDG's from
other bands. Playing over 200 shows per year, Evan Barber & the Dead Gamblers
tireless work ethic has created die-hard fans across the southeast and as far away
as the Rocky Mountains.
The Wild Fruit
Hometown: Rehobeth, AL
Genres: Rock / Southern
Label: Pulp-Records
Members: Jamie Faye Harrell & Brett Smith
The Wild Fruit is a band grown in deep southeast Alabama. Consisting of
drummer Jamie Faye Harrell and guitarist Brett Smith, TWF has a soulful
southern sound that can't help but find its way out of them. The band has an
EP available for download. Give them a taste.
The Neil Clayton Band is a Rock and Roll band from Troy, Alabama. Members consist of
Clay Watson (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), James Guiler (Vocals/Lead Guitar), Logan Cain
(Vocals/Drums) and Troupe Tabb (Vocals/Bass Guitar).
County Road 440
103 Dismukes Dr Enterprise AL 36330 us
Phone: 3347878266
E-mail: [email protected]
Hometown: Enterprise, AL
Genres: Country / Southern Rock / Blues
Members: Lance Grantham-Lead Vocalist /Guitarist,
Ty Kennedy-Lead Guitar /Vocals, Chris Johnson-Bass, Christian Rezek-Drums
Born Lance Scott Grantham, on Dec. 26, 1995 , Lance was raised on a dirt road in Dale County, Al. The foundation
for his musical style and a love for various types of music began in a country setting at an early age. Given his first
guitar at age 4, he was taught to play by ear and understand how to "feel the music" by listening to legendary
artist including Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Jr. .
Always a quick study, he learns new songs and styles with ease. In 10th grade, he joined the Enterprise FFA String
Band as Lead Male Vocalist and Rhythm Guitarist. As such, Lance performed in State Competitions in Montgomery,
Al and National Competitions in Indianapolis, Indiana. At the National event, he performed to 50,000 students in
attendance and was broadcast to millions of viewers via RFDTV.
Now seventeen, he is quite accomplished as a singer/ songwriter. One of his songs submitted to Nashville
Songwriters Association International has him listed as " One To Watch " in the songwriting community.
Lance says " I recognize my true passion is playing guitar and singing. Whether it’s on the stage, on the beach, or
on an old dirt road in the back of my truck, making music is what I love. How fortunate can someone be? At age
16, I enjoyed the thrill of opening for the Legendary John Anderson. "
Ty Kennedy ,16, has incredible natural talent. Each day finds him playing,writing and singing his own tunes. Kicking
guitar riffs out at blazing speed, he entertains the crowd with his superb abilities and ridiculous antics. Playing lead
licks behind his back and jumping ALL over the place are a small part of his stage presence. It will be interesting to
see what the future holds for Ty as a writer, singer and performer.
Musician, Singer/Songwriter, Personal Trainer, Fitness Model, Bodybuilder,
online store -
I'm just an ordinary guy, with alot of diversity. My heart is in music. I love singing,
and honestly, I do it for myself. It is my outlet. I'm lucky enough that fans love to
listen to it. My second passion is in fitness! There is nothing better than a great
workout, and competing drives me to stay in the best shape of my life. I also have a
huge passion for education and learning. I obtained a Computer Science degree,
and am currently in the IT sector for the transportation industry. Thank you for
visiting my fan page, come back soon, and visit the new website!
The Springs
Nashville recording artist, check us out and get 7 FREE songs at
For Bookings: Randy at CFC Music 334-763-0179 or email at [email protected]
Nashville Recording artists The Springs, with their high energy Country/Southern Rock concerts, have entertained thousands of fans all over
the U.S. thus far. Not only has the DUO already appeared on several magazine covers, but this multi-award winning band was one of the
nominees for the New Music Awards “Country Group of the Year”, along with bands Steel Magnolia, Sugarland, and Lady Antebellu...m. What
an honor considering these 2 young people are only 21 & 23 years old. As an unsigned DUO from Alabama, many are saying that The Springs
are the “Next Big Thing” in Country Music!
Together for over six years, The Springs have had seven radio releases thus far: three charted on the main Music Row top Country chart, with
two of them making it to #5 and #6 on the main New Music Weekly Country chart; this helped get their first CD into the Walmart stores. The
bands first release, which Stewart wrote, spent 12 months on the CMA main Country top 100 chart in Europe. As a crossover group, five of the
DUO's releases thus far have been #1’s on at least two of the three Inspirational Country charts in the U.S.
The Springs have shared the stage at Festivals and Concert Venues with the who’s who of Country music including: Shenandoah, Steve Holy,
Sammy Kershaw, Earl Thomas Conley, Craig Morgan, Joe Diffie, Mel McDaniel, T. Graham Brown, T.G. Shepherd, Kid Rock, Collin Raye, Tracy
Lawrence, Ricky Skaggs, Confederate Railroad, The Isaacs, Alan Jackson, Point of Grace, Billy Dean, Aaron Tippin, Ronnie McDowell, Mark
Wills, Andy Griggs, Jeff Bates, Carolina Rain, Mark Chesnutt, Randy Houser, Jonathan Singleton, Jason Crabb, The Carter Twins, Sara Evans,
Sarah Darling, Joey & Rory, Love And Theft, The Roys, Clay Walker, Johnny Lee, Craig Hand, Gloriana, Blackberry Smoke, Dewayne Spaw,
Blackfoot, Trent Willmon, Shane Owens, Rocket Club, Chris Young, Buddy Jewell, Darryl Worley, Mercy Me, Rebel Syndicate, Thompson Square,
Josh Turner, Eric Church, Lee Greenwood, Reba McEntire, Toby Keith, Florida- Georgia Line, John Michael Montgomery and many others.
Tony Brook
Hometown: Waverly, AL
Genres: Americana / Blues
The critically acclaimed singer
songwriter/performer, Tony Brook, has been busy as
usual. Chris Bushey of Flying Pig Records, has just
finished the mix for Tony's latest release. "Tony
Brook Live from the 280 Boogie". This will be the
first ever live release from one of Alabama's great
musical experiences, the 280 Boogie Festival in
Waverly, Alabama, and was captured live by Bushey.
This latest release will be available in the Spring of
2013. Tony was accompanied by Evan Maddox on
bass and Drew Kilpatrick on drums. On top of that,
Tony has been writting songs for a new studio
album and touring steadily throughout the world.
Tony just returned from a tour in England. The
Second one this year ,2013. Tony always enjoys
stopping in at BBC Norfolk's "The Stephen Bumfreys
Show" when on tour in Europe. Tony would like to
thank the kind folks at Epic Studio's in Norwich, U.K.
and encourage you to tune in at Tony has been writing songs and
performing for longer than some of his fans have
been alive. Not to mention opening for such acts as
Government Mule, Willie Nelson and Ray Charles. .
Rock &
Tony Brook - guitar, lead
Evan Maddox - bass,
Andrew Kilpatrick drums, vocals
Auburn, AL
Record Label
General Manager
Tony Brook. AGK
Current Location
Auburn, AL
Keith Anderson
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“I’ve been a songwriting junkie my whole life. The first thing I’ve always done when I’ve gotten a new CD was take out the insert and find out who wrote what. I’ve
dreamed my whole life of writing with my heroes and have been blessed to be able to write with many of them.”
Keith Anderson could be the poster child for the notion that good things happen to good people. He’s quickly earned the repu...tation of being an adept writer of
award nominated hits, not just for his own projects but for other artists as well and his good guy persona is as widely known as his high energy, let’s-get-this-partystarted live shows.
*The release of his sophomore album C’MON! finds Anderson, the Grammy-nominated songwriter, in fine form. He co-wrote 10 of the disc’s 11 tracks, pairing with
some of Nashville’s top tunesmiths including Rivers Rutherford, Tim Nichols, Chuck Cannon, Vicky McGehee, Jeffrey Steele (also the disc’s producer) and Bob
DiPiero. “I wrote by myself for so long that it’s fun to co-write,” the Oklahoma native says. “I’m just such a social person that I love people and working together with
them. Different co-writers have different strengths and I think you tend to tuck away certain ideas for certain co-writers.”
**The album’s current single, “I Still Miss You,” was written by Anderson, Tim Nichols and Jason Sellers and is one of his fastest rising to date. “More than just writing
a breakup song, we made it more a universal song of missing someone no longer in your life,” Anderson says. “You always hope to write a song that touches people.”
**While it’s said that you’ve got a lifetime to write your first album and less than a year to write your second, Anderson was prepared for the challenge. “I moved to
Nashville to get a record deal and while it didn’t happen as quickly as I’d have liked, it was a blessing because I got to spend those years writing and developing a
song catalog,” he says. “And not just writing, but writing with people like Jeffrey Steele, Bob DiPiero, Craig Wiseman…guys like that. So while I wrote a lot of things
for this record that reflect where I currently am in my life, it was also nice to be able to reach into that catalog.”
**Anderson admits that he keeps his touring schedule and his writing schedule separate. “There’s not much down time or quiet time on the bus and there are so
many things going on every day,” he explains. But that doesn’t mean that he can time those moments of inspiration. “I’m constantly grabbing my phone and leaving
messages for myself or using my laptop to make note of something while on the road.”
**Although he’s co-written hits for other artists, most notably “Lost In This Moment,” -the No. 1 smash for Big & Rich which also garnered him a CMA and ACM Song
of the Year nomination – Anderson does not write with other artists in mind. “I think I’ll always write about what I know and feel and typically with myself in mind.
But if it ends up as something I’m not going to cut, it does get pitched to other artists,” says the artist who co-wrote the Grammy-nominated “Beer Run (B Double E
Double Are You In?)” for Garth Brooks and George Jones and “The Bed” for Gretchen Wilson. Hot newcomer Jason Michael Carroll has just cut “Barn Burner,” a tune
Anderson co-wrote and also cut. “We cut it full steam but in the end, it didn’t make this new record,” he says. “Jason Michael had been begging me to cut it since his
first record so the minute I knew we would not be putting it on this record, I gave him a call.”
**Is it hard for Anderson to part with some of the things he’s written so that another artist can record it? “At times it’s really hard because there are some songs you
let go and in the back of your mind you’re still thinking, ‘Man, if that becomes a big hit, it could’ve been for me!’” he admits. “You always worry that you’re going to
let one get away but at the same time you want to make a career as a singer/songwriter which means letting others cut your songs.”
**Anderson grew up in Miami, OK, near the Arkansas border, surrounded by a loving family that includes his mechanic father LeRoy, his mother Janice, his older
brother Brian and his younger brother Jason. Always athletic, he didn’t pick up a guitar until well into his teens after realizing that girls dug musicians. He dabbled at
songwriting while studying up on the hits of the Eagles, Kenny Rogers, Willie Nelson and the like and actually played drums on early gigs at his church. Pg 1 of 2
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**Athletics continued to be an important part of his life and Anderson played baseball while pursuing a degree in engineering from Oklahoma State. He excelled
in sports and academics: graduating top in his class with a 3.9 GPA and playing baseball well enough to catch the attention of scouts from the Kansas City Royals.
A shoulder injury quickly put an end to a possible career with MLB, but Anderson stayed focused on his commitment to fitness, even coming in second in the Mr.
Oklahoma bodybuilding competition. “There are so many reasons to stay fit,” says Anderson who later earned certification as a personal trainer from the famed
Cooper Institute in Dallas. “Just for the brutal schedule…you’re working hard throughout the day and then getting on stage for an hour or more of rocking around
and sweating.”
**Upon graduation, Anderson accepted a job with a top construction engineering firm in Dallas, all the while continuing to work on his songwriting. In the end,
songwriting and live performance won out. Anderson quit his lucrative day job and began performing as a regular at the Grapevine Opry and Six Flags Over Texas.
Other quick money fixes included modeling and even singing telegrams for the Romeo Cowboys, a company he started.
**He made his first trip to Nashville to record six of his own songs for a sampler that he’d then solicit to radio stations in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. His efforts
paid off in the form of new friendships and relationships with people in the industry.
**Anderson moved to Nashville in the spring of 1998 and took a job waiting tables. What he lacked in food service skills, he more than made up for in people
skills. An early introduction to respected songwriter George Ducas lead to some songwriting appointments which opened further doors in Nashville’s songwriting
**Another one of those early introductions was to singer/songwriter/ producer Jeffrey Steele, the man who would go on to produce both of Anderson’s albums.
“The minute I met him, I felt like I’d known him for years,” Anderson says of Steele. “It was a natural chemistry; hanging out with him is like hanging out with one
of my brothers. He’s a great friend first and foremost and being that comfortable with someone makes it easier to dig deep in the soul and write the happy stuff
and also the deep, dark stuff.”
**His debut – Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll – garnered two Top 10 hits (accompanied by two No. 1 music videos), “Pickin’ Wildflowers,” and
“Every Time I Hear Your Name,” along with singles “XXL” and “Podunk,” success that prompted music trades Billboard and Radio & Records to name him country
music’s No. 1 new male artist of 2005. It wasn’t just his music that was getting attention. Anderson was named one of People Magazine’s “50 Hottest Bachelors,”
Men’s Fitness magazine’s “Ultimate Country Star,” and continues to show up in Country Weekly’s fan-voted “Hottest Bachelor” feature.
**And it’s not just the ladies who fill the house at his concerts, he’s fortunate to also be the kind of guy’s guy that men appreciate. “Watching my heroes – Garth,
Tim, Kenny, George – those guys have a ton of female fans and a ton of male fans at their shows and I think that’s something that you develop over time,” he
says. “Let’s face it, in order to have a real party, you’re going to need both!”
**Anderson seems to have it figured out, building a successful career out of sheer talent, hard work and a clear vision of what he’s bringing to his own party.
“What I love about him is that he is very centered about what he wants and how he wants to do it,” says C’MON! producer Jeffrey Steele. “Keith really brings that
to the table and makes it very hard to deny.”
The Lost Trailers is a country music project of songwriter/producer Stokes Nielson. Nielson's first record using the name The
Lost Trailers was an album entitled "The Story of the New Age Cowboy" which was discovered by Willie Nelson in the spring of
2000. Nelson was so impressed with the album that he invited The Lost Trailers to perform at his legendary 4th of July Picnic.
Using that show and o...thers with Nelson as a launching pad, The Lost Trailers rose from a hard touring regional act to snagging
3 ACM Nominations and several Top 20 hits on country radio while opening for Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Jamey Johnson and
many others.
Buoyed by Nielson's songwriting, which was also being noticed by other artists- he was one of the few outside songwriters on
Grammy Award recipient Zac Brown Band's Double Platinum Album "The Foundation"- The Lost Trailers were recognized by
Mediabase as the most played new country band of 2008.
The Lost Trailers continued touring through 2010, first as opener for Tim McGraw's attendance shattering tour with Lady
Antebellum, then as a part of the Inaugural Country Throwdown Tour with Montgomery Gentry and Jamey Johnson.
In 2011, following the lead of artists like ZBB, The Lost Trailers began launching singles as an independent act, opting out of
their deal with Sony Records Nashville. Taking on vocalist Jason Wyatt, and adding power to the band by putting Charles
Longoria as lead guitarist and band leader, The Lost Trailers hammered the road. They were the only wholly independent act(no
ties to major labels through promotion or distribution) in country music to field two Top 40 singles in 2012, the anthemic
"Underdog" and the barn-burning "American Beauty".
In 2013, Nielson was tapped to produce music for the June Carter Cash biopic "Ring Of Fire", starring Jewel. Nielson brought in
TLT guitarist Charles Longoria, bassist Jimmy Lykens, and drummer Eric Flores to provide the soundtrack for all the June Carter
Cash(as adult) and Johnny Cash recordings. The Lost Trailers are set to begin their 2013 summer tour in Mid-May.
The Lost Trailers are represented by William Morris Endeavor Agency