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Aaron Tippin

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Twenty-Five years – a huge career accomplishment, especially in the music business. Aaron Tippin – who marks his silver anniversary as a recording artist this year – admits that he looks at his career longevity with a little bit of amazement.

“I think about it and go ‘Wow. What am I doing still here?’ I look at the flight that we took off in,” referring to his fellow newcomers at the time of his career launch. “A lot of them are gone, it seems. Some quit by choice. Some ran out from under it, but to be here twenty-five years doing it, I am the luckiest hillbilly that ever lived.”

Billy Dean

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In his music career spanning more than 25 years, Dean has claimed eleven top ten Billboard country singles, including five #1 hits: "I Miss Billy The Kid," "Somewhere In My Broken Heart," "If There Hadn't Been You," "You Don't Count The Cost" and "It's What I Do." Dean recorded eight major label studio albums, three of which have been certified gold by the RIAA, as well as a greatest hits album which is also certified gold. Earlier in his career, the Academy of Country Music named Dean Top New Male Vocalist and also awarded him Song of the Year for "Somewhere In My Broken Heart." In 2000, Dean sang harmony vocals alongside Alison Krauss on Kenny Rogers' rendition of "Buy Me A Rose," which earned a GRAMMY®. In addition to his successful recording career, Dean has also acted in several movies and appeared in numerous television shows.

Charlie Daniels

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From his Dove Award-winning gospel albums to his genre-defining Southern Rock anthems and his CMA Award-winning country hits, few artists have left a more indelible mark on America’s musical landscape than Charlie Daniels. An outspoken patriot, beloved mentor, and still a road warrior at age 81, Daniels has parlayed his passion for music into a multi-platinum career and a platform to support the military, underprivileged children, and others in need. The Charlie Daniels Band has long populated radio with memorable hits and his signature song, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." Over the course of his career, Daniels has received numerous accolades, including his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Musicians Hall of Fame and becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Daniels helps to shine the spotlight on the many causes that are close to his heart. He's a staunch supporter of the military and lends his time and talent to numerous charitable organizations, including The Journey Home Project, that he founded in 2014 with his manager, David Corlew, to help veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

Christmas 4 Kids

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Christmas 4 Kids is a not-for-profit organization that has been in existence for 35 years providing many children, each year, with their very own shopping spree. The funds generated by the concert, and the Tour Bus Show/Artist Meet and Greet event, are used to give over 400 children from 29 different schools, a day-long shopping excursion. The special day consists of a chauffeured trip from their school aboard an entertainer's luxury tour bus, dinner, and a party hosted by Santa and Mrs. Claus. To wrap up the day, the tour buses journey to the Hendersonville, Tennessee Walmart where the kids receive a brand new winter coat, and $150.00 to spend however they choose.

Collin Raye

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Contemporary country star Collin Raye burned up the sales charts in the 90's, thanks to a blend of country-rock tunes and socially conscious material. Nothing if not passionate, Raye's soulful delivery set the country standards with searing ballads as "Love, Me," "In This Life," "Not That Different" and "If I Were You," while also blazing through the other side of the spectrum with vivid rockers like "My Kind of Girl," "That's My Story," "I Can Still Feel You" and "I Want You Bad." With 24 Top 10 records, 16 No. 1 hits, and a 10-time Male Vocalist of the Year nominee, Raye remains one of the great voices of our time.

Craig Wayne Boyd

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A native of Mesquite, Texas, Craig Wayne Boyd came to the attention of America as the winner of Season 7 of the NBC hit “The Voice.” During his run on the show, Craig hit the charts with his versions of classics such as “I Walk The Line,” “You Look So Good In Love,” and the Merle Haggard classic “Workin’ Man Blues.” During his rise to fame, Boyd’s “My Baby’s Got A Smile On Her Face” debuted at No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, becoming the second song (following Garth Brooks’ “More Than A Memory”) to achieve that level of chart success. Boyd's first full-length album (since winning "The Voice"), Top Shelf, is available now!

Darryl Worley

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There are many things that Darryl Worley has come to know in his 15-year career in country music. One of those things is how to recognize a hit song, scoring nearly 20 hit singles and three chart-topping hits with the self-penned  “Awful, Beautiful Life” and the poignant “Have You Forgotten,” which spent an astonishing seven weeks at No. 1 as well as “I Miss My Friend” which came to him via a songwriter friends in Nashville.  He also recognizes the importance of giving back every opportunity that he can through his annual charities that has funded organizations such as the Darryl Worley Cancer Treatment Center in Savannah, Tenn. 

Halfway To Hazard

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Chad Warrix and David Tolliver were raised with about 50 miles and another county between them in the southeastern end of Kentucky. Their parents are hard-working blue-collar middle-class, they both have two older sisters, they grew up in small and smaller towns, did well in school, played sports, went fishing, and jumped on dirt bikes and ATV’s every chance they got. When they were old enough to drive a car, each crossed their county line to get to Hazard, Queen City of the Mountains and, says Tolliver, “the social hub for people who grew up where we did.” Warrix concurs. “There wasn’t anything much in Jackson where I’m from, and even less in Hindman, where David’s from. But Hazard had a movie theater and several places to eat.”

Jason Morton and The Chesapeake Sons

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Jason Morton and The Chesapeake Sons owe their geographical roots to the Atlantic seaboard, but its sonic heritage connects the band firmly to The Black Crowes, the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the Marshall Tucker Band.

With Jason Morton and The Chesapeake Sons, a 10-track collection on indie Copperline Music Group, the four-piece ensemble blends effusive melodies, fierce musicianship, convicted vocals, and smart lyrics in a diverse song stew that dips – in Southern-rock fashion – into rock, blues, country, gospel, and even psychedelia.

Jason Morton and The Chesapeake Sons are a talented bunch, but they’re also a working-class group, determined to keep a firm hold on the everyday-American spirit at the heart of their music.

John Anderson

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Multi-platinum selling John Anderson has one of the most instantly recognizable voices in country music. Over the course of his 35-year career, Anderson has charted more than 60 singles on the country music charts, including 20 Top 10 hits, and six #1 hits: "Swingin,'" "Seminole Wind," "Black Sheep," "Wild and Blue," "Straight Tequila Night," and "Money in the Bank." Anderson has been the recipient of the CMA (Country Music Association) "Horizon Award" (1983), the CMA "Single of the Year Award" ("Swingin'" - 1983), the CMA "Album of the Year Award" (Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles - 1994), and the ACM (Academy of Country Music) "Career Achievement Award" (1993). In 2014, he was inducted into the prestigious Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Kelly Lang

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Kelly Lang has spent most of her life in the music business as the daughter of Conway Twitty's road manager. She has performed on Star Search, Nashville Now, Music City Tonight, the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, and many other national television shows. In addition, she has shared the stage many times with music icon, Barry Gibb. Over the past few years, she has recorded two critically-acclaimed albums of classic love songs. Her most recent, Throwback, includes collaborations with Olivia Newton-John, Lee Greenwood and Paul Shaffer. Lang is married to country music legend TG Sheppard.

Leroy Van Dyke

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With smash country hits such as "Auctioneer" and "Walk On By," Leroy Van Dyke is known worldwide as an entertainer, recording artist, radio and television star, auctioneer and veteran of the Las Vegas entertainment circuit. Over the course of his 60+ year career, he has recorded more than 500 songs. Van Dyke has performed more than 3,500 shows at agricultural events, including fairs and livestock events, in addition to a great variety of engagements. In his six decades of performances, he has never missed a show.

Larry Gatlin

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Larry Gatlin
 was born in 1948 in Seminole, Texas, the son of a driller in the oil field. The oldest of the three Gatlin brothers, he was by age seven, already accompanying younger brothers, Steve and Rudy in singing at family and church events. 

After high school, Larry went to the University of Houston on a football scholarship. Larry majored in English and developed "a love affair with the English Language" that later served him well in his songwriting. 

Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers

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Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers have been dazzling audiences for more than 60 years. It all began in Abilene, Texas in 1955, when Larry was six, Steve was four, and Rudy was two. Since those days, the road the brothers have plowed has won them countless awards and has taken them to numerous concert halls, festival stages, national television shows and even the White House on several occasions. The brothers have seen their music top the charts and touch the lives of fans of all ages.

Marshall Tucker Band

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In the early fall of 1973, The Marshall Tucker Band was still a young and hungry group out to prove themselves every time they hit the stage. “We were a bunch of young guys who didn’t know any boundaries,” says founding member and longtime lead singer Doug Gray. As it turned out, the collective talents of The Marshall Tucker Band took them very far indeed.

Mel Tillis (1932 - 2017)

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In light of all the attention given Mel Tillis' infamous speech impediment -- he even named his autobiography Stutterin' Boy -- the polished, sincere vocal delivery and songwriting skills that first earned him fame were often lost in the shuffle; nonetheless, throughout the course of his many decades in country music, Tillis remained one of Nashville's most enduring personalities. Born Lonnie Melvin Tillis in Tampa, FL, on August 8, 1932, it is believed that his stuttering was the result of a bout with malaria at the age of three. As a child, he learned guitar, and in high school studied both the violin and the drums. At the age of 16, he first performed publicly at a local talent show, and after graduation he entered the military. While stationed in Okinawa, Japan, he formed a group called the Westerners, which played local clubs. 

Moe Bandy

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Moe Bandy’s country music accomplishments are many, including 10 #1 songs, 40 Top Ten hits, 5 Gold Records and numerous ACM and CMA Awards. He started his recording career while he was a sheet metal worker in San Antonio, Texas, but after a decade of hard labor, Moe Traded his sheet metal for Gold albums. In the mid-seventies when the country pop Kenny Rogers, John Denver and the outlaw sound of Waylon and Willie was all the rage, along came the traditionalist Moe Bandy.

Pam Tillis

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As the child of Country Music Royalty, Pam Tillis was determined from a young age to find her own way in music as a singer and songwriter. After many false starts with her own recording career, including a pop single on Elektra and 1984’s “Above And Beyond The Doll Of Cutey” for Warner Brothers, Tillis came to the attention of Tim Dubois who headed up the Nashville office of Arista records. After much soul searching, Tillis made the commitment to make an honest country record. The album “Put Yourself In My Place” yielded 2 number ones, 2 top five singles, and one top twenty hits and in its first year the album was certified gold. Tillis followed with 3 platinum albums on Arista “Homeward Looking Angel” in 1992, “Sweethearts Dance” in 1994 and an Arista “Greatest Hits” in 1997. Tillis achieved 6 number 1 songs during this time including “Shake the Sugar Tree”, “Mi Vida Loca”, “When You Walk In The Room”, “In Between Dances” “Don’t Tell Me What To Do” and “Maybe It Was Memphis” while 14 of Pam’s other singles landed in the top ten and top twenty.

Ray Stevens

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His humor is keenly observant and rich in nuance. His style is unaffected and unpretentious which for the past fifty years has allowed for entertainment that is both witty and guileless. From his multi-million selling comedy hit, “The Streak” to the socially aware “Mr. Businessman” to his Grammy award winning pop standard “Everything Is Beautiful” his talent has touched so many. Not only a singer and composer, Ray has also produced, arranged and played on the recordings of some of Nashville’s most legendary performers.

Restless Heart

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Restless Heart lead singer Larry Stewart can remember the exact moment and place his life began to change forever.

“I was driving east on I-40 from West Nashville into town to an appointment,” he recalls. “Back then, I was listening to what we were doing in my Jeep Cherokee every day. I had turned the radio on, and ‘Let The Heartache Ride’ was right in the middle of the acapella intro.”

Ricky Skaggs

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--A life full of music. That’s the story of Ricky Skaggs. By age twenty-one, he was already considered a “recognized master” of one of America’s most demanding art forms, but his career took him in other directions, catapulting him to popularity and success in the mainstream of country music. His life’s path has taken him to various musical genres, from where it all began in bluegrass music, to striking out on new musical journeys, while still leaving his musical roots intact.

Sammy Kershaw

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Sammy Kershaw has long been one of Country Music’s most definitive voices, with a string of hits ranging from the rowdy “Cadillac Style” to the romantic “Love of My Life.” If you look at the title of his newest disc, The Blues Got Me, you might think he’s taking off in a different direction. But, Sammy says you might need to think again – the Blues have always been a part of the music that influenced him.

“You know, people like George Jones, Hank Williams, Ronnie Van Zant, or Mel Street were country soul singers. There’s just a few that can make me cry like that. Those guys could. That’s rare. I hear it. I feel it. They moved me. I like to think of myself as a country soul singer, so the Blues would be something naturally for me to want to do and like.”

Shenandoah

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When country music lovers talk about the greatest groups in the genre, Shenandoah is always at the forefront of any discussion. Fueled by Marty Raybon’s distinctive vocals and the band’s skilled musicianship, Shenandoah became well known for delivering such hits as “Two Dozen Roses”, “Church on Cumberland Road” and “Next to You, Next to Me” as well as such achingly beautiful classics as “I Want to be Loved Like That” and the Grammy winning “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart” duet with Alison Krauss.

T.G. Sheppard

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T.G. Sheppard has always had an unstoppable passion for music. That passion, combined with a steadfast dedication to entertainment, has made him one of the most popular live performers in country music today. With 21 #1 hit songs, his live concerts are chock full of his chart-topping tunes like "Last Cheater's Waltz", "I Loved 'Em Every One," and "Do You Wanna Go To Heaven." With more than 40 years of show business under his belt, it's only natural that Sheppard has developed a reputation as a solid performer who delivers exactly what audiences want. All this and more, combined with a steadfast commitment to entertainment, has truly made him one of the great legends in country music.

The Belles

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Omaha-bred mother/daughter country duo Jaymie (Mother) and Kelli (Daughter) Jones are a clear-voiced act with an underdog spirit and a crisp tone that make them a shiny newcomer to the country music scene. Lead vocalist Kelli even won "Female Vocalist of the Year" at the 2017 Rocky Mountain CMAs. On their debut four-track EP, The Belles enlisted the help of award-winning Nashville producer, Mickey Jack Cones (Jason Aldean, Dustin Lynch, Walker McGuire) to create a project that showcased their ingratiating sound. Out on the road all year long, The Belles have opened for Brett Eldredge, Old Dominion, Dan+Shay, Eli Young Band and many more, playing stages such as CMAFest, Country Stampede, Tumbleweed, Song Suffragettes, and more. With a sound that is reminiscent of the Dixie Chicks and Miranda Lambert, Kelli and Jaymie mix melodic harmonies with a high energy live show that is sure to keep the crowd on its feet.

The Journey Home Project

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The Journey Home Project is a not-for profit organization that assists other not-for-profits in securing funds to help causes that benefit veterans of the United States Armed Forces. The Journey Home Project was founded in 2014 by country music legend Charlie Daniels and his manager, David Corlew. Conscious of the need to assist our nation's veterans, they have set out to partner with organizations that do the most good, with the least overhead. Working in tandem with these organizations, The Journey Home Project is making a difference in the lives of American patriots.

Todd Snider

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Roots rock singer-songwriter/guitarist Snider is a native of Portland, Oregon. He had a rough home life growing up, which led to his running away from home as a teenager with very little money in his pocket. After drifting around, Snider settled down in Texas for a while and began penning songs as a form of therapy. It was not long before Snider began to soak up the music of renowned Texas country artists such as Joe Ely, Kris Kristofferson, Guy Clark, and especially Jerry Jeff Walker. After moving once more to Memphis (during the mid-80s), Snider was taken under the wing of another artist he admired a great deal, John Prine. He encouraged the burgeoning singer-songwriter to start taking his craft more seriously. Snider’s real break came when a member of Jimmy Buffet’s backing band played a Snider demo tape for Buffet. By the early 90s, Snider was signed to Buffet’s record label, Margaritaville Records (a subsidiary of MCA), resulting in the releases of critically acclaimed but commercially underachieving albums such as Songs For The Daily Planet (1994), Step Right Up (1996), and Viva Satellite (1998), all recorded with his band the Nervous Wrecks.

XOXO (Kelly Lang)

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"Sparkle and Twang", "Humorous", "Edgy", "Musical", "Crazy and visually colorful" have all been words used to describe the performances of comedian/singer/songwriter XOXO! ​ As she hits the stage, the audience is almost blinded by XOXO’s sequins and rhinestones, and shocked and amazed by her combination of WAY too much animal print and makeup. You will find yourself falling in love with her genuine naivety, but completely puzzled by her obnoxious confidence. XOXO has been compared to a modern day Minnie Pearl, with her southern style charm and comedy, but also as a female Larry the Cable Guy, with her hilarious redneck honesty. ​ With XOXO’s songs and stories, you will catch a glimpse of the brilliant and bizarre mind of XOXO’s creator, singer songwriter, Kelly Lang. Kelly has had quite an impressive musical career of her own, having songs recorded by Lorrie Morgan, TG Sheppard, Ricky Skaggs, Jerry Lee Lewis, George Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys and many more. She was a Star Search winner, and has sung numerous times with “rock icon”, Barry Gibb. Another similarity to Cousin Minnie Pearl, is that Kelly is also a breast cancer survivor, and found that humor was her healer. ​