Michael Austin's bold sound was largely influenced by the legends of Outlaw Country, along with a taste of Americana and Rock. His full-length album, "The Good Life" was released in 2019 and the first single has risen consistently to a Top 50 place on the charts.
Austin was raised in a small town in Missouri and served in both the US Air Force and San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. He appeared on Season 4 of "The Voice" and was selected by Adam Levine.
Luke and Kaylee
Luke and Kaylee’s mutual love for country music and passion for performing first led them both to Nashville to chase their musical dreams, then eventually into each other’s arms when their shared love of music turned their friendship into something more. The talented husband-and-wife duo first crossed paths as students at Nashville’s Belmont University.
California native Kaylee hails from a musical family and grew up watching her father play the drums professionally, and it wasn’t long before she was sharing her gift, singing in both school and church. She later joined The Olson Band, and the group developed a strong following in the Pacific Northwest, Luke also spent time singing in the choir and in musicals growing up in Olympia, WA, He started a country band with his brother and began writing songs, and the two eventually won a national songwriting contest that earned them a trip to Nashville and an introduction on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry stage. By 2016, he was enrolled at Belmont as a student, where he met the love of his life, Kaylee, who would become his partner in both life and on stage.
Recently signing with Black Sheep Records, the two released their debut single, “I Don’t Wanna Wake Up,” February 2021.
Making the Billboard chart twice, Stephen Wesley is a genre bending country singer and songwriter. He has collaborated with some of the industry's most accomplished musicians and bands including Slash of Guns N Roses fame, Smash Mouth, and Bubba Sparxxx.
With his latest release, "Rock N Roll ft. T-Pain" Stephen continues to create his own unique sound.
When Janelle, a Top 5 contestant on "American Idol" (2013), reflects on the beginnings of her music career a fellow Tennessean comes to mind -- the legendary Dolly Parton. At 8 years old, Janelle, who hails from Oliver Springs, TN portrayed Parton in "Paradise Road," a show about Parton's humble beginnings in the East Tennessee hills performed at Dollywood.
Janelle has been forging her own path in the music industry ever since. She's performed at the Grand Old Opry, released new music, and starred in a film. Her newest single, "Hand Me Downs," features Parton and has generated critcs' acclaim and a significant fan following.
Florida native Cliff Dorsey bought his first guitar when he was fifteen and soon began performing songs at church like Josh Turner’s “Long Black Train,” which showed off his rich baritone vocals. He soon began playing shows around his hometown of High Springs, FL and eventually released his first album 321, which yielded the fan favorite “If Whiskey Was A Woman.”
In the Fall of 2020 he released another collection, “Hurricane Blues,” featuring the aptly-titled tune “Honky Tonk Dream,” a rolling, retro-tinged track about the ups and downs of chasing the troubadour’s dream. The hardworking young singer has a voice tailor-made for country that belies his years and his neo-traditional sound is sure to find plenty of fans of all ages.