Eric Heatherly

Eric Heatherly

Eric Heatherly Biography Eric Heatherly, the roadhouse renegade who first staked his claim with 2000’s Swimming In Champagne, is taking aim at the bull’s-eye again, this time with Sometimes It’s Just Your Time (set for release in 2003 on DreamWorks Records). “The last album was a good taste of what I do, but it wasn’t…

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Ghost Riders

Ghost Riders

Ghost Riders Biography Steve “GRITS” Grisham – GUITARS, VOCALS – Steve toured with southern rock group “THE OUTLAWS” throughout the decade of the ’80’s. He’s also credited with writing a number of successful songs including “Fallen Hero”, for the Disney/Touchstone Movie “Can’t Buy Me Love”, Keepin’ Our Love Alive”, a top 40 hit for the…

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Rick Goble and The Pure Grain Band

Rick Goble

Rick Goble Biography Born in Floyd County , KY , this singer/songwriter is determined to bring the “Country” back to country music. And with influences ranging from George Jones to Keith Whitley he knows what real country should sound like. He’s been writing songs since age 13 and has developed a sound that will definitely…

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Rachel Allyn Band

Rachel Allyn Band

Rachel Allyn Band Biography Rachel Allyn is a country singer/songwriter whose talent is hard to ignore. With a voice full of power, emotion, and grace, she is reminiscent of some of the great female talents that have come before her. She has one foot squarely rooted in country music while the other resides in good,…

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Rambler

Rambler

Rambler Biography Rambler is pure from the heart American Southern Rock, The debut CD “First Things First” features Artimus Pyle of Lynyrd Skynyrd fame. A survivor of the tragic Skynyrd plane crash that took the lives of Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines which left Lynyrd Skynyrd with empty boots that have been…

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Doug Stone

Doug Stone

Doug Stone Biography When Doug Stone’s debut single entered the charts, the country music industry was long overdue for a male artist who not only specialized in sincere and moving love songs, but one who also was versatile enough not to be pigeonholed as a one-sided ballad singer. The year was 1990, and Doug’s “I’d…

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Nickle Creek

Nickel Creek

Nickel Creek Biography “Bluegrass Revivalists,” “Acoustic Innovators,” “Youthgrass” are just some of the terms that have been used to describe Nickel Creek over the past year — perhaps producer Alison Krauss says it best with, “It’s just Nickel Creek music.” Regardless of classification, they and their gold, self-titled debut album have been experiencing the kind…

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Dustin Wilkes

Dustin Wilkes

Dustin Wilkes Biography Dustin, originally from Jefferson, GA, arrived in Nashville in the fall of 2004 within just hoursof being discharged from the Marine Corp. During his time serving our country as a US Marine hevolunteered to package and sort toys for the Toys for Tots Foundation. After watching a child gaze longingly at the…

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Nuthin Fancy

Nuthin Fancy

Nuthin Fancy Biography Nuthin Fancy – The LYNYRD SKYNYRD Tribute Show Band Bios…From it’s members hardscrabble beginnings to their rise to worldwide fame to the tragic plane crash and its aftermath, Lynyrd Skynyrd has survived to Rock N’ Roll millions of loyal fans! Now you can see Skynyrd as they were in 1977 through ”Nuthin’…

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Exile

Exile

Exile Biography In 1963, J.P. Pennington and several of his friends started Exile. Catching the wave of the sixties, they grew long hair, wore out-of-the-ordinary clothing and played rock ‘n roll music. The hometown folks of Richmond, KY turned a cold shoulder to their radical ways and the boys felt shunned. They called themselves THE…

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