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Brian Davis
Brian Davis: If you write great songs, make great music and sing from your heart, they will come. And they have most definitely come. From playing all over his home state of North Carolina, to opening for pal and frequent co-writer Brantley Gilbert on the Hell On Wheels tour — last year and this year, Brian has taken his brand of rockin' country music from a regional to a national level. His Tarheel fans are sitting back enjoying knowing that they saw the evolution of one of the hottest new artists in the format, while new fans are digging voraciously into his catalog that is already six albums deep. Almost as if he could forecast the future when he recorded it, his newest album, Under the Influence, is almost a musical biography of Brian – both his life and the evolution of his music. "I'm really proud of it," he beams. "We managed to put a lot of things that are extremely important to me on this record and tried to kind of balance it out. We've got things all the way from 'Under the Influence,' which people would assume, based on previous projects, that we were talking about going out and just getting hammered, but it's not."  Influences that are heard on songs like the raucous "Bang, Bang," which touts the simple country boy pleasure of shots, whether from a gun or a glass, or in the dark "Another Man's Woman," which addresses the dismal destiny of a cheater, or in the simply acoustic love song "Against the World." And influences that are heard in the crowd-favorite "Lights Of My Hometown." "You see people's reaction in the crowd and I think everybody, in their mind, goes to someone that they lost," he says. "It just has so much power. It's been amazing and the stories we've heard are awesome." You see, for all of the in-your-face rockers or rebellious party anthems, Brian is one of the sweetest souls on Music Row. He laughs, "I love the excitement when people come up and, it's not like I'm some amazing person, but they say, 'Man, I can't believe it's you!' And I say, 'Well, I can't believe it's you!' I always ask them their name and hug them because they could have spent their time and money on anything. And the fact that they chose me is massive in my book…We do this to connect and when you have those kind of moments with people, it makes everything make sense.

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Clare Dunn

A Thousand Horses: America's bona fide band of brothers A Thousand Horses, delivers an authentic fusion of Southern Rock and contemporary Country mixed with rowdy jams.  Their tough-as-nails new track "My Time's Comin" is the first look at their forthcoming second album, STARTING FIRES, produced by GRAMMY award-winner Dave Cobb.  The Group's debut single "Smoke" made Country Aircheck history as the highest debut for a new artist and solidified the band (with at least three members) as the first this decade to score a #1 with their first single on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart.  A Thousand Horses  have landed multiple awards show nominations, most recently vying for the title of New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year at the 52 Annual ACM Awards.  The Band's debut album, SOUTHERNALITY, blends Southern Rock and influential sounds of the Black Crowes and Rolling Stones' Exile on Main Street era, followed by their 6-track EP BRIGES which included the working-man's anthem, "Preachin" To The Choir."  The Talented foursome soars with Michael Hobby on the lead vocals, as Bill Stacher and Zack Brown on the guitar and Graham Deloach on bass round out their unique grooves.  After opening for the Country powerhouse Jason Aldean and string of performances in the U.K., A Thousand Horses have headlined shows across the U.S. and serve as direct support on Kid Rock's 2018 AMERINCAN ROCK N ROLL TOUR.

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