Trace AdkinsTracy Darrell "Trace" Adkins is an American country music artist and actor. He made his debut in 1995 with the album Dreamin' Out Loud, released on Capitol Records Nashville. Since then, Adkins has released seven more studio albums and two Greatest Hits compilations.
Rodney AtkinsRodney Allan Atkins (born March 28, 1969) is an American country music artist. Signed to Curb Records in 1996, he charted his first single on the Billboard country chart in 1997, but did not release an album until 2003's Honesty, which included the number 4 hit "Honesty (Write Me a List)".
Frankie BallardFrank Robert "Frankie" Ballard IV is an American country music singer-songwriter and guitarist. He has released one album each for Reprise Records and Warner Bros. Records, and has charted three singles on the Hot Country Songs charts.
Lee BriceLee Brice is an American country music singer signed to Curb Records. His highest-charting single is "A Woman Like You", which reached No. 1 in April 2012.
The Swon BrothersThe Swon Brothers are an American country music duo from Muskogee, Oklahoma, consisting of Zach Swon (born February 21, 1985) and Colton Swon (born August 17, 1988). In 2013, they finished in third place on the fourth season of NBC's The Voice. They were the first duo to make it from the Top 12 live shows to the season finale.
Craig CampbellCraig Campbell is an American country music singer. He is signed to Bigger Picture Music Group and has charted in the top 20 of Hot Country Songs with his debut single, "Family Man".
Lo CashLoCash, formerly known as LoCash Cowboys, is an American country music duo composed of Chris Lucas and Preston Brust, natives of Baltimore, Maryland and Kokomo, Indiana, respectively. The duo was signed to R&J Records (formerly Stroudavarious Records), for which they released three singles.
Easton CorbinEaston Corbin (born April 12, 1982) is an American country music singer. He signed to Mercury Records Nashville in 2009 and released his self-titled debut album in March 2010, featuring the two Number One hits "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll With It", as well as the top 15 hit "I Can't Love You Back".
Tyler FarrTyler Farr was born and raised in the small town of Garden City, Missouri. The singer was first introduced to country music at age 16, when he spent a summer on the road with his stepfather, who played lead guitar for country icon George Jones. Farr grew to love country music, and he decided to make the move to Nashville to pursue a career as an artist.
Florida Georgia LineFlorida Georgia Line is an American country music duo composed of Brian Kelley (from Ormond Beach, Florida) and Tyler Hubbard (from Monroe, Georgia). In December of 2011, they signed a publishing/production/management deal with Craig Wiseman (Big Loud Shirt Publishing), Kevin "Chief" Zaruk (Chief Music Management) and Joey Moi's (Mountain View Records) partnership, Big Loud Mountain.
Colt FordJason Farris Brown known professionally as Colt Ford, is an American country music rapper and former professional golfer. He has released four albums via Average Joes Entertainment, which he co-founded.
Kevin FowlerKevin Fowler is an American Texas Country artist. He has released five studio albums, and has charted three singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the top 40 hit "Pound Sign". In addition, he wrote Sammy Kershaw's 2003 single "Beer, Bait & Ammo", Mark Chesnutt's 2004 single "The Lord Loves the Drinkin' Man" and Montgomery Gentry's 2009 single "Long Line of Losers".
Angie JohnsonA dedicated member of the United States Air Force, the Missouri-born artist began her military career as an intelligence analyst and later transitioned to the prestigious Tops In Blue. Angie recently wrapped up recording her debut EP, Sing For You, with award-winning producer Josh Leo.
Aaron LewisAaron Lewis, is an American musician, who is the lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and founding member of the rock group Staind, with whom he has released seven studio albums.
Love and TheftLove and Theft, an American country music duo, is composed of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, both of whom sing lead vocals and play guitar.
Montgomery GentryMontgomery Gentry is an American country music duo composed of vocalists Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, both natives of Kentucky. The two began performing in the 1990s as part of two different bands with Montgomery's brother, John Michael Montgomery.
Justin MooreJustin Cole Moore is an American country music singer and songwriter signed to Big Machine Records imprint Valory Music Group. He has released two albums for Big Machine Records: Justin Moore in 2009 and Outlaws Like Me in 2011.
Craig MorganCraig Morgan Greer (born July 17, 1964, in Kingston Springs, Tennessee), known professionally as Craig Morgan, is an American country music artist. A veteran of the United States Army, Morgan began his musical career in 2000 on Atlantic Records, releasing his self-titled debut album for that label before the closure of its Nashville division in 2000.
Heidi NewfieldHeidi Newfield is an American country music artist. She was lead singer, rhythm guitarist and harmonica player for the group Trick Pony, alongside Keith Burns and Ira Dean from 1996 until 2006, when she left in pursuit of a solo career.
Jon PardiIn 2010, Pardi toured as an opening act for labelmate Dierks Bentley. In March 2012, Pardi released his debut single, "Missin' You Crazy". It debuted at #58 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of April 14, 2012, and peaked at #29. Pardi's debut album, Write You a Song, was released on January 14, 2014 via Capitol Nashville.
Eric PaslayIn mid-2011, Paslay signed to EMI Records Nashville. Paslay has released three singles for the label; his third, "Friday Night", became his first Top 10 hit on Country Airplay in 2014. It will appear on his self-titled debut album, slated for release in February 2014.
Thomas RhettThomas Rhett Akins, Jr. is an American country music singer, known by his stage name Thomas Rhett. He is the son of singer-songwriter Rhett Akins.
Chase RiceChase Rice is an American country music singer and songwriter. Rice has released two albums, Country as Me and Dirt Road Communion, and co-wrote the number one single performed by Florida Georgia Line, "Cruise".
Pete ScobellFor nearly 17 years, Lt. Pete Scobell served in the United States Navy, including six deployments as a proud Navy SEAL. Pete has been awarded a number of personal decorations including two Bronze Stars with Valor, and was the third (and last) enlisted SEAL selected to attend the United States Naval Academy.
Granger SmithGranger Smith also known as Earl Dibbles Jr. (his alter-ego), is a country music singer and songwriter from Dallas, Texas. He has released seven studio albums, one live album, and one extended play. His seventh album Dirt Road Driveway was released in 2013 and reached number 15 on US country charts and number 11 on US indie charts.
Blackberry SmokeBlackberry Smoke is an American Southern rock/country rock band from Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The lineup consists of Charlie Starr (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Richard Turner (Bass, Vocals), Brit Turner (Drums), Paul Jackson (Guitar, Vocals), and Brandon Still (Keyboards).
Tate StevensTate Stevens is an American country music artist, who won the second season of the U.S. The X Factor in 2012, securing a $5 million recording contract with Syco Music and RCA Records Nashville.
Sunny SweeneySunny Michaela Sweeney is an American country music artist. She is signed to the Republic Nashville label. Her debut album, Heartbreaker's Hall of Fame, was independently issued in 2006 and then regionally released in 2007.
Josh ThompsonJosh Thompson is an American country music artist signed to Columbia Records Nashville. he released his debut album 'Way Out Here' on 2/22/2010.
Storme WarrenStorme Warren is an American television and radio journalist best known as the host of GAC's Headline Country show. He is also the host of the Music Row Happy Hour on Sirius/XM Highway 59 Radio.
Drake WhiteDrake White is an American country music singer. White sang in the choir at his local church, and began writing songs when he was 14. He later attended Gadsden State Community College and then Auburn University, graduating with a degree in building science. Later, he worked with a general contractor in Nashville, Tennessee before quitting that job in favor of a musical career.
Chuck WicksCharles Elliott "Chuck" Wicks is an American country music artist. He was one of the participants on the American reality series Nashville, which aired on Fox for two episodes before its cancellation in mid-2007.
Gretchen WilsonGretchen Frances Wilson is an American country music artist. She made her debut in 2004 with the Grammy Award-winning single "Redneck Woman," a number-one hit on the Billboard country charts.