Zoe Cummins was born and raised in a tiny city in Oklahoma. She spent a lot of her childhood trying to be like one of the musicians she saw on the one channel of her bedroom TV-CMT. Cummins knew from an early age that if she wanted to be on the stage she would have to move to Nashville. At the age of 18, she started learning what it meant to pay her fees and make the rounds of Nashville. Six years after Nashville has become home to the singer/songwriter. Cummin’s music is greatly influenced by the country music that surrounded her a child (Dolly Parton, Eric Church, Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert and, Bobbie Gentry) and also with the music, her family passed down to her (Eric Clapton, Fleetwood Mac, Jim Croce, Bob Dylan, Prince and Carol King. Her unique Pop infused Americana flare to traditional country music contribution not only a different sound but also a stimulating viewpoint that ties listeners in. On June 28, 2019, Zoe Cummins latest single “Rope the Moon,” and it is available both on Spotify and Apple Music.
Kendal has performed at many historic venues including the White House, Six Flags, Hershey Park and the Well Fargo Center. She has also sung the National Anthem for MLB, NBA, MMA, and NASCAR events. Conrad sang at NBC’s National Dog Show and was a contestant in the Colgate Country Showdown. She has been an opening act for country artists like Phil Vassar, Craig Morgan, Easton Corbin, Maggie Rose and Old Dominion. She even performed personally for romance novelist Nicholas Sparks.
Outside of her music, Conrad was an extra in the film “Silver Linings Playbook” staring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. She was a part of the Broadway production “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” at the Civic Theater of Allentown. Conrad recorded her first EP in country musician Reba McEntire’s studio in Nashville. She also plays a Martin brand guitar.
On June 28, 2019 Conrad release her newest single “Come to Your Sense.” If you want to find out more about Kendal Conrad, check out her website: www.kendalconrad.com.
Patrick Carpenter is a guitar player and singer/songwriter from Jackson, Mississippi. The legendary guitar players that came before him such as Richie Sambora, Eddie Van Halen, and Brad Paisley inspire him, he started playing guitar at 11 years old. After many years of playing in bands around Mississippi, he moved to Nashville in 2014 to follow his dream of an entertainer. Rapidly, he was chosen as the lead guitar player for several acts around town starting in 2016.
After playing festivals, writer nights and many shows on Broadway, Carpenter chose to finally begin chasing his dreams as a solo act in 2018. Combining traditional Country, 80’s arena rock and mainstream pop, Carpenter has found his own voice and sound that is old-fashioned, yet contemporary. Carpenter graduated from Lipscomb University in 2016 with a Bachelor’s in Journalism and New Media. He is currently enrolled to obtain his Masters of Education in 2020 while being an Assistant Football Coach at Lipscomb Academy.
Country singer/songwriter an instrumentalist Patrick Carpenter on May 17, 2019, released his first album, “Friday Night Hallelujah,” which debuted at #3 on iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart and Top 3 on the Bestseller list. The LP is also available on Apple Music, Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and other digital streaming outlets.
Carpenter’s album was produced by Brent Rader (Joe Nichols, Billy Dean, The Frontmen); the album is a follow-up to the Mississippi resident’s debut EP, “Coming Back Stronger” that reached #13 on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts. All 12 songs are all written or co-written by Carpenter and his guitar skill is showcased throughout. The album was written as a summer party album including themes ranging from beachfronts and living out your dream.
Carpenter traits not only have modern country sounds but also uses his love for traditional country and classical rock drum melodies and musical guitar solos that are all based with relatable songwriting. With songs such as “Coming Back Stronger,” Carpenter continues his melody of writing tunes that inspire others to stay true to themselves and to keep moving through life.
Country singer/songwriter, Tori Martin just release her brand new single “Living the Dream,” from her upcoming album. The song is available now through all streaming platforms and digital sellers. The song was co-written by Lyndsey Highlander and produced by Jake Saghi and the song is meant to motivate listeners to follow their dreams. A music video for this song will be released in a few weeks.
Martin also had her image to show on a NASCAR racecar in two NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series races at the Iowa Speedway and at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway near St. Louis. The #10 Chevrolet is owned and driven by Jennifer Jo Cobb. Cobb is a long-time NASCAR driver who, like Tori, had a huge dream as a little girl and worked hard to make her dreams come true. Cobb and young karting racer Delana Hodge can be seen in the “Living The Dream,” music video.
Martin grew up in Texas and moved to Nashville in 2017 to follow her music dreams and continues to tour across the country. She has already accomplished success on the Texas Country charts. Her songs “From Here to There” (#22), “Done Deal” (#19) and “Woman Up (#20) are all loved by her fans.
Growing up in Azle, Texas, Martin who is 24 years old has always had a passion for music. She started singing in church as a child and was influenced by her country music loving Paw Paw, who bought her first guitar. She grew up on classics like Johnny Cash and Tammy Wynette. “Stand by Your Man,” was the first song she learned to sing at 14 years old. She started playing at opry houses around Texas. She recorded her first EP, “Falling Straight Up,” in Nashville at 16 years old and played first headlining a concert that same year.
Some of Martin’s musical icons are Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, and Stevie Nicks. She became known for her great vocals and genuine songwriting. In 2014 she was named one of the “New Faces of Country,” by Renegade Radio Nashville and was a contestant on Season 14 of American Idol. The following year, she was nominated for “New Female Vocalist of the Year,” and at the Texas Regional Radio Music Awards. She also performed at Taste Addison, headlined by Granger Smith in 2017. Martin currently co-hosts the “Music Biz Besties Songwriter’s Series,” at Just Love Coffee in Nashville.
Karissa Ella has a young and soulful musical style that is combined with her own unique sound. Artists like Shania inspire her Twain, Gretchen, Wilson, Garth Brooks and Carrie Underwood. Ella’s writing and live shows attract individuals of all age groups.
Ella also received a Music Entertainment Degree from Belmont University and has been performing for audiences since she was 10 years old. She is currently living in Nashville, TN and plays at different venues and private venues throughout the U.S., especially in Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Ohio.
On June 21, 2019, Ella newest single “Me and Luke,” and it is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Karissa Ella then check out her website at (https://www.karissaella.com).
Braxton Keith is a college student at Angelo State University. He is 20 years old and originally from Midland, Texas. Keith has two younger brothers that are very smart and good at sports. Unluckily for Keith, he did not get that gene, but God skilled me with a love for music instruments and writing his own songs.
His love for country music began as a child. When Keith was kindergarten he started playing the piano and learning music theory, even since that time he has not been able to put an instrument down. His heroes contain country western legends like Mart Robbins, Merle Haggard, Brooks and Dunn, Hank Williams and George Strait. These artists and their songs affected him to learn the guitar, and to great old country music that his fans will be hearing from him.
On May 10, 2019, Keith debut single “Make Up Your Mind,” was released and it is available both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Braxton Keith then check out his website at (https://www.thebraxtonkeith.com).
Eric Burgett is from Latham, IL and grew up on his family farm. He performed on an old upright piano at his mom and dad’s tavern, The Korn KRIB, along with Sunday services at the Latham United Methodist Church. In 2012, Burgett moved to Nashville, TN to pursue his country music dreams and learn from some of the greatest songwriters and artists. In Fall 2017, Burgett signed with Bow to Stern Management, lead by Grammy-nominated producer Matt McClure.
Burgett has played for thousands of fans at his own shows as well as being an opening act for country artists like Chris Stapleton, Lee Brice, Phil Vassar, Jana Kramer, and Craig Morgan. In 2019, Hardee’s Cooperation asked him to be a social media ambassador and has joined with Burgett on his music video in help of his current single at that time.
Building on the success of last single “Town You Never Heard Of,” Burgett is releasing new music with his new record label, Bow To Stern Records. His debut single “Swing Low, Sweet Old Cadillac,” and came out on June 3, 2019. An EP is scheduled to release in August 2019.