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Chris Janson
Chris Janson: Chris Janson has never doubted who he is. He's a devoted husband, a passionate father, a hit songwriter, a wildly entertaining performer and, now, a Number One country artist. All those elements influence Buy Me a Boat, his debut solo album for Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville. "Everything I'm about is in this record," says Janson. "It's very much a biopic album." It's also a story of perseverance — a journey that began when Janson first wrote the song "Buy Me a Boat" early in 2015. Back then, he wasn't being played on country radio, he didn't have a record label and he certainly wasn't a known star. He was simply doing what he knew how to do: writing songs and relentlessly touring the country's clubs, fairs and festivals, all with the sole purpose of providing for his family. Life changed at lightning speed, however, when radio jumped on the aspirational "Boat," Janson landed a tour with Toby Keith and Warner Music Nashville signed him to a record deal. Now, "Buy Me a Boat" is a Number One single, having topped the country chart
in September.
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Clare Dunn
Clare Dunn: Born on a farm in southeast Colorado near the Oklahoma panhandle, Clare's roots run deep in the heart of Dust Bowl country. Working cattle, hauling water, driving combines, tractors and eighteen wheelers from a young age all were a part of everyday life. When your closest neighbor is six miles away, and many hours are spent behind the wheel of a John Deere Tractor on the family farm, a work ethic becomes ingrained in your soul. During the miles burned up hauling water to cattle, Clare dreamed of creating her own music.

Touring, she has opened for Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Colt Ford, Parmalee, Hank Jr., Jamey Johnson and others as well as played major festivals. The first reaction from promoters and buyers is always the same… "I didn't realize that you were that good and actually played guitar". With the single "Get Out" going to radio, the world will see how unique Clare Dunn, her music and her live performance is in the world of country music.  Band Website

Cody Canada and the Departed
Cody Canada and the Departed: The latest, tight incarnation of the Cody Canada-led group The Departed isn't a reinvention of the group's sound, or a reimagining of Canada's musical perspective – it's a reunion. As with any reunion, the passing years have provided the involved parties with new and unique perspectives, breathing vibrant excitement into their streamlined new environment. Canada, Jeremy Plato, Chris Doege and Steve Littleton are reopening the doors to a sonic garage where sounds and stories some thought were gone for good are now being unleashed onto an eager public after a few years of fruitful – even risky -- artistic diversion. Being guided by raw emotion and nerves that are often unguarded, Canada hasn't begun to pluck the opening notes to an increasing number of Cross Canadian Ragweed favorites without some reluctance or painful reminiscence, mind you. But the powerful nature of such visceral connections is what makes his stories stunning while rightfully placing him in a prominent class of modern songwriters occupied by the influential likes of Robert Earl Keen, Bruce and Charlie Robison, Todd Snider, Mike McClure and the men of Reckless Kelly, among only a strict few others. Band Website      

 

Sawyer Brown
Sawyer Brown: More than 4500 shows and counting. More than a million miles behind them and still seeing the highway miles click by outside their bus window. Twenty-three albums. More than 50 chart singles. CMA, ACM, and CMT awards on the shelf. To pull a line from one of the band's enduring hits: "This is the life and times of a travelin' band." A traveling band, indeed. Always on the move—on the road, on stage, and in their career. When asked about what keeps him motivated on the road, lead singer Mark Miller says, "It's playing the next show. Be grateful for where you've been and be excited about where you're going."

That excitement has been on display since the very first time Sawyer Brown stepped foot onstage in the early 1980s. Beginning as the road band for another singer, Sawyer Brown broke out on their own playing everything from clubs to pig roasts in those earliest days. "There's no such thing as a gig we wouldn't take," Miller laughs, remembering the beginning of the ride. "We knew that we wanted to play music and we knew that we wanted to work at being the best live band there was—and the only way to do that, was to get out and play shows. And so we did."
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