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Easton Corbin

Given birth to and raised in rural Gilchrist State, Florida, Easton Corbin remembered attempting to be a nation singer as soon as 3 or 4 years of age. He spent a great deal of period at his grandparents’ cattle plantation pursuing his parents’ divorce, and apart from helping over the …

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Mechanical Bull

Singer/songwriter Run after Pierson formed Mechanical Bull following the dissolution of his initial marriage, wanting to route his intimate woes through the structure of country tunes about matrimony, alcoholic beverages, as well as the American desire. Joined by a variety of Woodstock-based music artists — like the siren-voiced Avalon Peacock …

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Rank and File

Produced by brothers Chip and Tony Kinman once they split their hardcore punk group the Dils (who documented the fantastic L.A. punk one “Class Battle”), Rank and Document were, sometimes, a dazzling root base rock post-punk music group that stumbled early in its profession, only to fire out way too …

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Ceritto

Cerrito, given birth to William Thomas Cerrito, was raised in Providence, Rhode Isle where he started to embrace traditional nation music, executing in both British and Spanish. Among his heroes are George Jones, Jim Reeves, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams. In the middle -80s, Cerrito going to LA to pursue …

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Jameson Clark

Born in SC, Jameson Clark started his music career in an impressionable age group. With his mom playing piano at the city church, Clark frequently sang duets along with his sibling. At sixteen, he confident an area beauty pageant he was an ideal entertainment reply between costume adjustments. Performing various …

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Chad Austin

Gritty hard country singer Chad Austin comes from Andice, TX, a city that, in accordance to Austin, “had an over-all shop in the 1880’s with an indicator having said that ‘Ale and Snow.’ It had been on the wooden plank and it weathered off until it simply said, ‘And Snow,’ …

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Bobby Durham

The center of three musical sons born to a Dust Dish dirt and grime farmer, Bobby Durham remains among the last performers in the golden times of the Bakersfield sound. Starting his music profession at age 11, Durham made an appearance five days weekly on a Television show managed by …

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Randy Houser

Nation singer and songwriter Randy Houser was created and raised in Lake, Mississippi, where his like of music was apparent even while a kid. Houser began fronting rings when he was around 13 years of age, and continuing playing regional gigs completely senior high school. While going to East Central …

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The Boxmasters

Fronted from the mercurial actor and musician and drummer Billy Bob (known here as W.R., — certainly William Robert) Thornton, the Boxmasters (the regular membership, at least in the saving capacity, rounded away by J.D. Andrew on bass, guitars, and vocals and Michael Wayne Butler on guitars and lap metal) …

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Gil Grand

The title of Gil Grand’s first album ended up being prophetic. Famous First Terms, the 1998 Monument Information release which presented five tunes he penned himself and another fifty percent dozen traditional nation numbers added by renowned Nashville songwriter Byron Hill, was nominated for Recording of the entire year from …

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