Talent

We offer a wide range of Regional and National talent to meet your specific needs.
Here is just a sampling (in alphabetical order).

Aaron Lewis

Country music comes naturally for Aaron Lewis.

In fact, the Staind frontman never strayed very far from country. It’s something that he grew up with. It’s something that he comes back to. It’s something that inspires him. It’s something that’s in his blood. Hints of that are present in the stripped honesty and acoustic melodies of Staind hits such as “Outside,” “It’s Been Awhile,” and “So Far Away.”

However, Lewis fully shows that spirit on his forthcoming five-song Town Line debut solo release for Nashville-based Stroudavarious Records and, most prevalently, via its first single, “Country Boy.” With a little help from legends Charlie Daniels and George Jones as well as genre stalwart Chris Young, Lewis tells his story like never before on the song. …continue reading

After Midnight

Like a Phoenix rising from the fire, the rockin’ 1970’s are back, and they’re hotter than ever! Classic rock band After Midnight performs something for everyone, replicating the more ambitious and challenging songs of the 70s, selected from Billboard Magazine’s “All Time Greatest Rock Songs Ever Written.”

Performing the right mix of tunes from your favorites; Queen, Foreigner, Boston, Journey, Styx, Led Zeppelin, Chicago and more, they know how to serve it up with a fun-loving party attitude! Experience the pristine vocal harmonies and attention to musical detail that has earned After Midnight opening spots for national headliners; Kansas, Eddie Money, Tommy Tutone and more. See why After Midnight was voted Best Tribute Band in Cincy Vibe Magazine Reader’s 2011 Poll!

Alabama

How do you capsulate a career that to date has resulted in 21 Gold®, Platinum®, and Multi-Platinum® albums, 43 #1 singles, and over 73 million records sold? Add to that over 150 industry awards including eight country music “Entertainer of the Year” honors, two Grammys, two People’s Choice Awards, and their very own star on the “Hollywood Walk of Fame.” For Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry, and Jeff Cook – the members of ALABAMA – it’s been 30 years of unprecedented success that still continues to this day.

In the late ’60s, cousins Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry discovered they shared a common interest in music. Joined by Jeff Cook – another local veteran musician – they started playing clubs and venues on a regular basis. In March of 1973, the band said goodbye to their daytime jobs and part-time weekend gigs. Bravely, “Wildcountry”, as the band was formerly known, left their Lookout Mountain and Fort Payne roots to hone its burgeoning talent on the club scene in coastal South Carolina and the surrounding area. …continue reading

Alan Jackson

An old frame house, willow trees, a dirt driveway, a small garden – these are images that were ingrained in Alan Jackson as he grew up near a stretch of road known as the Dixie Highway. Those images have provided the origins for some of Jackson’s biggest hits – songs such as “Livin’ on Love,” “Home” and “Chattahoochee.” They’re memories so vivid that they remain a source of inspiration on his latest album, Thirty Miles West.

Jackson has traveled far more than thirty miles from those small town beginnings in Newnan, Georgia – his music has taken him to the floorboards of the Grand Ole Opry, CBGB and Carnegie Hall, to stages as distant as Australia and Scandinavia, to performances in front of four Presidents. He’s written and recorded songs that have celebrated and chronicled life since “Here in the Real World” put him on the map, finding himself in the elite company of Paul McCartney, John Lennon and Merle Haggard as the only songwriters who’ve written and recorded more than 20 songs that they’ve also taken to the top of the charts. And his trek continues with the 13 songs that comprise Thirty Miles West.

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Alexis Gomez

AlexisGomezAlexis Gomez is much more than just another fresh voice for Country music. While she was known as the “Mexican, Hillbilly, Hippie” as a Top 16 Finalist on the hit FOX show American Idol (Season 14), she’s much more than that, too!

If you have ever seen an Alexis Gomez concert live, her talent as a singer, songwriter, and entertainer is undeniable! According to, American Idol Net, “Alexis has this insane charisma and look about her that really commands an audience.” Her stage presence, energy and star-like quality, combined with her powerful vocals, lets us all know that we’ll be hearing more from this young lady soon! …continue reading

Alison Krauss & Union Station

Alison Krauss’ most recent triumph, the certified-platinum Raising Sand, her 2007 collaboration with Robert Plant and producer T Bone Burnett, notched up a total of six Grammy® Awards, including Album of the Year and Song of the Year, bringing her unsurpassed total to 26. That mesmerizing modern-day masterpiece sets the stage for another stunner: Paper Airplane, the artist’s first album of all-new recordings in partnership with her remarkably skillful and renowned band Union Station since 2004’s Lonely Runs Both Ways.

The players—Jerry Douglas (Dobro, lap steel, vocals), Dan Tyminski (guitar, mandolin, lead vocal), Ron Block (banjo, guitar) and Barry Bales (bass, vocals), with Krauss on lead vocal and fiddle—are five distinct personalities who come together to form something truly unique as a band. Each bandmate has his own bustling career, but when these singular musicians come together, they’re an airtight unit devoted to the process of making music together. Indeed, their connection is so close and deep that they’ve come to think of each other as family. …continue reading