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What does Chareé White like the most about her life in country music, ‘Being on the stage, performing and hanging with the fans’. This singer/ songwriter/Nashville Recording Artist has had a love for country music starting at the age of 8 years old, singing and playing guitar to her mother’s favorite country records. She was born and raised in the small town of Worthington, Pennsylvania. Some of her musical influences include Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Garth Brooks, Steven Tyler, and Bryan Adams just to name a few. This is where she throughout the years has established the energy and rock in her vocal style, which has now become her signature. At the age of eighteen she showed that, as she was honored with the 2013 New Artist of the Year at the Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville . With hundreds of live shows under her belt this 22 year old rising female country
star has appeared at some of the best festivals and venues in the U.S. including Country USA, KYTN Country Fest, Food City Race Night, Port Canaveral Seafood Festival, Country Fest, Big Butler Fair, the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, Moondance Country Music Fest, Carnival Dream Cruise Ship, Honkytonkin’ Opry in Florida, and many NASCAR tracks up and down the east coast. She has shared the stage with some of today’s biggest stars Miranda Lambert, Kellie Pickler, Clint Black, Dustin Lynch, James Otto, Joe Diffie, Frankie Ballard, Jake Owen, Travis Tritt, Neal McCoy, Kenny Chesney, Maddie and Tae, Old Dominion, Darius Rucker, Brett Eldredge and Casey James, and with classic legendary artists including Leona Williams, Chubby Checker, Stella Parton, Joanne Cash and many others. At the age of 17, Chareé started writing and recording in Nashville. She then
released her debut album, “Stronger,” at the age of 18 with the first single charting at #17 and her second single going all the way to #1 on the Inspirational Country Music charts followed by a US Tour. Her second album “Keepin It Country “ crossed into the country mainstream charts. The radio single “Keepin It Country” climbed all the way into the Top 40 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart, along with her second single “Alive” charting in the Top 60. Chareé is back on the road again in 2017 in support of her newest album titled “I Like it Loud.” Her dream is to change the world one song at a time.
Check out Charee’s promotional video!
See Charee White in concert Friday night, April 28, 2017, at the Battle of the Bands!
Every time Brandon Holland picks up his guitar and sings, he is grateful for the chance to use his talents to inspire and motivate others to follow their dreams. He is reminded each day that he lives out the same dream once shared by his musician father who passed away when Brandon was only five years old. Another influential relative was Brandon’s grandfather who gave him his first guitar and introduced him to the work of legends such as Hank Williams Sr., Johnny Cash, and Fats Domino.
Holland also found inspiration on his own listening to the soulful sounds of Sam Cooke and Otis Redding. His passion for music heightened as he learned to play the cello and began playing on the drumline for his school’s marching band. To build upon this foundation and advance his career, Brandon relocated to Nashville, TN. Soon after, he released his first EP, “Man in The Moon.”
Over the next four years, Holland drove many miles traveling across the United States visiting hundreds of radio stations. He has played at several fairs and festivals opening for artists including Florida Georgia Line, Dwight Yoakam, Bucky Covington, Frankie Ballard, Jo Dee Messina, and Casey James. It was during his time on the road that Holland was inspired to write for his latest EP “Born to Roll.” From this came the single “Blame it on the Whiskey,” (written by Holland, guitarist Brian Craddock of Daughtry, and producer/composer Skidd Mills) which reached #33 on the Music Row Chart. After the “Born to Roll” release, Holland was granted opportunities to play as direct support for artists like Kellie Pickler, David Lee Murphy, and LOCASH.
Throughout his career, Holland has had a continual flow of ideas and concepts for new songs. Whether it’s a season of hardships or a season of triumphs, he manages to take what’s on his heart and convey it on pen and page. Currently, Holland is excited to bring to life some of his newest and freshest songs for the release of his third independent record.
Jason Pritchett is putting WESTERN back in country music. He’s a REAL cowboy from Independence MO. He rode PRCA ranked bulls for several years until he found his true passion of country music. In a few short weeks his first single “Good Show” has climbed the charts to the top 20, hitting #16. In Jason’s first week on the charts, he was the highest debuting country artist with his single “Good Show”. Jason has just kicked off his “Buck, Twist, and Jerk” tour with performances opening for Tyler Farr, Lee Brice, and Thomas Rhett to name a few.
His voice is as timeless as a country highwayman with a modern-esque twist, singer-songwriter Shelby Lee Lowe
has the potential to establish what country music has been without for the past decade: modern originality with traditional backbone. His stage performance has been compared to the likes of Dwight Yoakam and Merle Haggard. From a small-town kid with a bar gig to a published entertainer who performs across the nation, Lowe continues to reach heights entertainers before him conquered.
A native Tennessean from the small town of Cornersville, Lowe was not one to dream of a life in lights. He discovered his knack of song by dare at a high school talent show singing Tracey Lawrence’s “Paint Me a Birmingham”. A couple years later, Lowe attended the notable Middle Tennessee State University graduating with a bachelor’s degree in music business while playing Nashville’s legendary Broadway honkytonks in his spare time. While in college, he was introduced to Daniel and Camilla Kleindienst, his publishing recruits from Banner Music who saw that special quality in Lowe from their first glimpse.
“I noticed Shelby’s [Lowe] gift of personality and charm while on stage and further realized his determination to succeed after our first co-write together,” said Daniel Kleindienst, co-founder and staff songwriter of Banner Music. “He gives 100% commitment to his craft.”
Lowe has made strides as an entertainer sharing the stage with major label recording artists such as Darryl Worley, Sister Hazel, Chris Janson, Big SMO, Cowboy Troy, and the iconic Charlie Daniels Band.
Shelby Lee Lowe’s self titled debut album is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and others.
As Broseph E. Lee finishes the final touches on their upcoming EP, the group is excited to enter the next phase of their career with a move to Nashville. “We are very proud to be a band from Illinois and we know that without our amazing fans up in the Midwest this move to Nashville wouldn’t have been possible. Those fans combined with a strong desire to climb higher has led us here, where we can get
more co-writes, take meetings, and work with the great team we have around us” explains lead singer Brock Jones. The guys spent the last year opening shows for Dustin Lynch, Cole Swindell, Old Dominion, A Thousand Horses, and many more. Broseph E. Lee is setting a high standard for excellence through their hard work and fierce “never slow down” attitude. “This is a very exciting time for us as a band. We have been working very hard to create a brand new EP with rock producer Greg Archilla. These new songs are catchy, a bit clever, and most importantly they’re just really fun songs…We set out to make these songs for our fans and that’s exactly what we did.” says Brock.
Named one of Shazam’s “Emerging Artists of 2017,” Brett Young has captured the hearts of fans everywhere through his honest lyrics and West Coast-meets-Southern sound, aptly dubbed “Caliville” style. “Destined for mass appeal” (Rolling Stone Country), Brett is preparing to release his self-titled, debut album on BMLG Records February 10, 2017. The album was recorded in Nashville with producer Dann Huff (Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, Steven Tyler) and features 11 of the 12 tracks co-written by Brett, including his debut No. 1 hit single “Sleep Without You.” The accompanying video has amassed over 14 million views since its release, watch here. The follow-up single, “In Case You Didn’t Know,” is currently being introduced to Country radio and has already hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s The Highway. In addition to his own headlining dates, the California native was most recently on the road with Brad Paisley’s COUNTRY NATION COLLEGE TOUR and will soon join Luke Bryan’s KILL THE LIGHTS TOUR and Justin Moore and Lee Brice for their AMERICAN MADE TOUR before heading out with Lady Antebellum’s YOU LOOK GOOD WORLD TOUR 2017. For the latest updates, follow Brett on Instagram or visit BrettYoungMusic.com.