Nashville country artist and Colorado singer/songwriter Tyller Gummersall started his career at the young age of eight performing Hank William’s Hey Good Lookin’ at the County Fair Talent contest.
Also that year, Gummersall took the advice of a popular local performer and began taking lessons from his music mentor and two-time national flat pick champion Gary Cook. His eighth year was a huge one in terms of getting his first horse, his first guitar and winning his first talent contest. He persevered working at his future career and at fourteen years old he started voice lessons with well-known Los Angeles voice coach Raven Kane Campbell.
His good luck continued when he was able to record “Beer and a Rose” (Gummersall’s second album) with his Nashville Dream Band, a part composed of members from Ryan Adams and John Prine’s bands (two of his hero’s) at the special Welcome to 1979 at Nashville studio.
His third studio album was produced by Grammy award winner Lloyd Maines, “Long Ride Home,” was very well like, enjoying radio play around the country, tens of thousands of the streams and optimistic reviews.
On March 4, 2019, Gummersall put out his latest single “Why Do I Buy Whiskey.” If you would like to find out more about Tyller Gummersall then check out his website at (https://tyllermusic.com).
Jess Taylor was born and grew up in South Flordia. She showcases new meaning on the Nashville country music scene with her eclectic alternative country/Americana vocals. Taylor has been surrounded by music since she was a young child; there is no doubt that Taylor was intended to become a wonderful singer/songwriter. She praises Miranda Lambert, The Civil Wars, Chris Stapleton and Mumford & Sons for her inspirations, but it was also her father who is a musician himself that actually inspired her to sing and write her own music.
At the age of four, Taylor took the stage to sing live for the very first time and has not looked back since. Taylor at fifteen was founded by an independent label and in no time was signed. At the age of sixteen she already put out three singles and her music video was featured on GAC and CMT.
Taylor is very thankful for all of the songs of her past, she is also excited to introduce her fans to a brand new image and sound. Leaning on faith, family and her friends, Taylor has already shown to be a talented new musician. Her talent, determination, hard work, and beauty are release through each song that she writes and perform.
In October 2017, Taylor released her single “Crooked Roots,” on Spotify, iTunes and other big digital streaming platforms. The song takes the spirit of a relationship where a woman who falls in love with the “bad guy” and gradually over time she started to lose her innocence and is drawn to the gloomy dark side.
Taylor is now writing and working on her next project, which is set to release at the beginning of Spring 2019. She newest single will be out on “Bump in the Night,” and it will be release on April 15, 2019. If you would like to find out more Jess Taylor then check out her website at (https://www.jesstaylormusic.com).
Clay Barker is a passionate and knowledgeable musician. Barker music journey took off in his hometown of Alexander City; Alabama in 2012 with the ascent of his Contemporary Christian band “Raised in Glory.” He was the lead singer and guitarist for six years until he decided to start pursuing his own music career as a country singer and songwriter. Barker received an exercise science degree from Auburn University.
Barker next took time to focus on developing his fan base across the southeast through his work with 65 South. Beside Riley Green, Muscadine Bloodline and Tyler Reeve, Barker is honored to be involved with 65 South and be able to play in local venues such as Birmingham’s Zydeco, Bourbon Street Bar in Auburn, Gallettes Bar in Tuscaloosa, and many other venues in Atlanta, Huntsville, Cullman, and Alexander City. Barker has played alongside Country’s Top 20 artist Mitchell Tenpenny, BBR Music Group’s Stoney Creek Records’ Walker McGuire, Thirty Tiger label’s The Steel Woods and Make Wake Artist’ Jobe Fortner.
Barker’s first single “Hold My Beer,” is a tune written as the poster-child story of how a small amount of “liquid courage” can go a long way. Written over a few drinks on the back porch of Losers Bar in Nashville. Barker co wrote this song with Tyler Reeve, and Cole Taylor. While writing this song they undid the events of a country boy’s night out on the town with his friends that needed some real down-home southern help to get things headed in the right direction. This song is also an anthem to anyone who has ever had just enough to drink to become the life of the party that they were never invited to. It’s the tune that you will be singing when you walk into your favorite bar or nightspot.
As a singer and songwriter Barker’s goal is to tell a true story of everyday life through the eyes of the average human. Barker wants to share the experiences of his own life through his lyrics and songwriting with the chance that his fans can join and share their own life experiences to those stories being told in his songs.
Musician Sammy Listoe is from Great Falls, Montana. Listoe as a child spent most of his time racing motocross and performing in school plays. His passion for music started later on in his life, but it has always been in his bloodline. Listoe’s mom is the youngest of nine kids, and each of them shares a love for music. Listoe has always been very lucky to have grown up with talented and hardworking family members.
At the age of 21, Listoe moved to Los Angles in the chase of becoming an actor. In between auditions, he discovered himself writing his own music and playing the guitar more often. He played many shows in 2014 and found music to be his true calling in life. In 2015, Listoe has played 4 national tours with stops in cities like Los Angeles, New York City and Nashville.
Internationally he has performed in South America and his World Tour in 2018 marked across 6 countries in Europe and the U.K. Listoe debut music release came out in 2015 and it was a acoustic EP named “Live.” In 2017, he released his first album “Beyond Nowhere.” In 2019 Listoe put out “Live At Molly Malone’s.” “Live at Malone’s,” includes live performances of songs from “Beyond Nowhere” with a bonus track “Take You Home.”
Kaylee Rose’s music journey is a result of “trial by fire.” On the first day of Rose’s freshman year, her dad picked her up from high school and took her to a local dive bar. Rose took the stage at Ann O’Malley’s in St. Augustine, FL, and she played three cover songs. She was then offered a paid gig right on the spot.
Rose is from Miami, she grew up submersed in different musical styles and cultures which influenced her distinctive brand of country music. As a kid Rose was a hip-hop dancer with goals of performing professionally, Rose’s dad was the one who first saw her musical talent. Her dad bought her first guitar when she was only 11 years old and her family was moving from Miami to St. Augustine around the same time. Rose also mentions that “St. Augustine is a small town and that she had hard time making friends at first so she started pouring her thoughts into lyrics and writing her own music, and after taking a few lessons, she began teaching herself to play guitar.”
From Rose’s first bar show, a star was born. At just 14 years old, Rose started marketing herself and booking shows all over St. Augustine after school and on weekends. Rose never said “no” to an opportunity while still handling both her schoolwork and her positions as a Dance Team Captain and Class President.
After graduating from high school, Rose started to play 4 to 8 hours gigs every day to save up money to move to Nashville. One year later, in 2015, she hit the road for Music City where Rose had two shows booked for the day she arrived. Rose made ends meet by playing every week at Rock Bottom Brewery and The Row while also working at the Johnny Cash Museum’s gift shop. Rose counts both museum owner Bill Miller and Bart Herbison, the Executive Director of the Nashville Songwriters Association (NSAI) as key mentors in her growing music career.
Rose has played over 1,000 live gigs since her first bar gig at 14 years old. She is also not scared to speak her mind. Her style of music is a festivity of life, love and clearness. Her music is also honest with no setbacks and not unlike the music of her musical icons like Johnny Cash, Michael Jackson, Shania Twain and Beyoncé.
Rose hopes her music is reaching all different type of people of the world and she wants to make a positive impact in people’s lives. Having her tunes sung back to her by a crowd who are moved by it is perhaps the most satisfying thing that she could ever hope for.
On March 15, 2019 Rose latest single “Stuff” came out. “Stuff,” is available to listen and download both on Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more about Kaylee Rose then check out her website at (https://www.iamkayleerose.com).
Only three notes in and it is clear that Liv Charette’s voice is something wonderful. A few years ago, her singing skills caught the attention of Emerson Drive’s Danick Dupelle, who urged Charette to make the journey from her hometown of Ottawa, Ontario to Nashville, TN to work on writing and recording of her own her music. After many trips back and forth, she decided to movie to Nashville “Music City.”
Charette spent her first several years in Nashville improving her skill, both in and out of the recording studio. She played at writers’ rounds around town and performed shows in both the United States and Canada. She received a degree from Belmont University and studied the recording process from top to bottom. She also picked up her guitar and wrote whenever she could. Charette has confined songs with some of Nashville’s most famous hitmakers as well as a group of up and coming songwriters. Her first single “Bones,” was released in October 2018 and her single “Lips on the Bottle,” came out in December of 2018. Charette’s newest single “Boy Crazy,” is a very enjoyable and upbeat song. If you would like to find out more about Liv Charette then check out her website at (https://www.livcharette.com).
Christine Lamb has been defined as “the full package,” a lively multi-instrumental and prize-winning singer/songwriter. Australian Country Music listeners recently chose Lamb for “CMC Female Artist of the Year 2018”.
This gifted musician has been the recipient of a Golden Guitar for “CMAA New Talent of the Year 2016” and country music listeners also voted her “CMC New Oz of the Year 2015.”
Lamb is starting off 2019 with an exciting and new single “Hot Hot Kiss.” This is the first single from her eagerly anticipated third album done by ABC/Universal Music.
After her current singing with the big major booking agent Artist Network Australia, there is new already new performing dates for 2019 which includes the Way Out West Festival Winton QLD, Hometown Festival QLD, Barooga Country Music Festival, Penrith Truck Show, Norfolk Island Festival and support for musician Travis Collins.
Lamb has also been quite the regular face on the festival setting. She is continually impressing at live shows, she has successively been scheduled on many of Australia’s Premier Country Festivals and Events, including the CMC Rocks, Deni Ute Muster, Gympie Music Festival, Broadbeach Country Music Festival, Urban Country Music Festival, Mud Bulls and Music Festival, Cruising Country and Sydney Country Music Festival to only name a few.
Lamb’s show at The Deni Ute Muster captured the eye of country singer/songwriter Keith Urban, who invited her back on stage to sing a duet with him in front of thousands of country music fans. She has also toured with Lee Kernaghan for three years, opening the show, playing the piano and mandolin with Lee’s band and singing the female tunes and duets with Lee from his albums.
She has also played on “The Rock Revolution tour with Aussie Rock musician John English, “The Girls of Country tour,” with Amber Lawrence and Aleyce Simmonds, and “This Crazy Life tour,” with The Wolfe Brothers playing at many sold out concerts and constantly growing her fan base.
Lamb closed out 2016 by signing with ABC Music and releasing her first single “Flamethrower,” which reached #1 on The Music Network for an notable five weeks and #1 on Kix Radio Network for two weeks. Her next three singles from the album “Loaded” all reached #1. Her first album “All She Wrote,” as well as her album “Loaded,” was both reached #2 on the ARIA Country Albums Chart, closely overlooking out on the number 1 spot to Keith Urban.
Lamb latest song “Hot Hot Kiss,” came out on February 8, 2019 and it is available to listen on both Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more Christie Lamb then check out her website at (https://www.christielamb.com).