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When Lee Brice isn't selling out arenas, writing and recording songs, or building a new brand like American Born whiskey — you'll find him with his wife Sara, two young boys Takoda (10) and Ryker (4), and new
daughter Trulee Nanette, who was born on June 2, 2017.

With more than 12 million in RIAA certified sales, Lee has achieved Gold and Platinum on every album and single released, with “A Woman Like You” reaching Double Platinum status.

Gold album certifications include: Love Like Crazy, Hard2Love and I Don't Dance. Single certifications include “I Don't Dance” and “A Woman Like You,” with “That Don’t Sound Like You” reaching double Platinum.

With well over 2 billion spins on Pandora, Lee Brice was inducted into the streaming service’s ‘Billionaires Club’ on June 8, 2018.


The “Rumor” singer, who is now among the Top 25 most-streamed country artists of all time on Pandora, is only the second country artist behind Keith Urban to receive the Pandora Billionaire plaque and puts Lee in company with not only Urban, but legends including Johnny Cash and Fleetwood Mac, and pop phenoms such as John Legend.

Lee is a GRAMMY nominee, a CMA nominee and a double ACM award winner, and he's taken five radio singles to #1: “A Woman Like You," “Hard To Love," “I Drive Your Truck," “I Don’t Dance," and “Drinking Class.” Garth Brooks, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney and others have recorded his songs and he's performed on TV shows including NBC's Today, ABC's The Bachelor, NBC's The Voice and FOX's Miss USA 2018 (May 21).

Lee’s new single “Rumor” is out now and follows “Boy,” the debut song from his fourth studio album, Lee Brice(November 3, 2017).


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Hailing from Southeast Missouri, David Nail has spent a decade making his unique mark on modern country music. With enduring hits including “Whatever She’s Got,” “Let It Rain,” "Red Light" and more, Nail has solidified his place in country music with multiple No. 1's and Top 10 songs. There’s more to Nail than just his stellar voice, oft-described as the best Nashville has to offer. Creating the most collaborative album of his career under the name David Nail and the Well Ravens, Only This and Nothing More, finds its frontman leaving behind the familiar comfort of his longtime record label and uncovering new ground with help from two longtime partners, multi-instrumentalist Andrew Petroff and producer Jason Hall. After working collaboratively on a project showcasing his artistic ability, Nail is ready to connect back with his fans as a solo artist working on new music and a tour for 2020. David Nail is just getting started and fans can keep up with him at www.davidnail.com.


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HIGHWAY STARR is Southern California's Premier Modern Country Rock Band.  Playing today’s hottest country hits with a splash of yesterday’s favorites; this band has been at the forefront of the SoCal country music scene.
Spawn from the outskirts of Los Angeles, the band features lead vocalist Dave Rea, along with the driving duel rhythm and lead guitar skills of W. Scott Felton and Johnny Hawthorn.  Eric Sachs provides the rolling thunder on bass opposite the powerhouse drumming of Rob Jones, who round out the band's rhythm section.
Not just another rehashed “Saloon Band”, HIGHWAY STARR has raised the standard by combining the music, attitude and showmanship in their concert style shows throughout the region.  Their vast set list includes contemporary hits by Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown, Keith Urban, Eric Church and many more!
In 2017 drummer, Rob Jones, survived the tragic Las Vegas, Route 91 Harvest Festival Concert shooting.  Just weeks after the tragedy, HIGHWAY STARR helped to raise more than $10,000 for local Ventura County victims and their families by headlining a benefit concert at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, CA with other local artists in support.

HIGHWAY STARR is currently writing and recording material for their debut release... STAY TUNED!


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Music has always been a huge part of my life ever since I was a young boy .I would watch my father DALE HONSINGER, standing on the stage singing and playing the music he loved and that music was COUNTRY MUSIC. My father was always playing with some of the best players. Two of my dad’s friends who he has been playing with for years STEVE WHITE AND AL BRUNO, became idols to me for their guitar picking ability’s. Both have played with numerous act’s throughout the years and AL was named ACM GUITAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR FOR SEVERAL YEARS IN A ROW.


STEVE WHITE was just inducted into the BAKERSFIELD HALL OF FAME. I’ve been blessed for last couple of years to have these players share the stage with me, because there is no one that can play the REAL COUNTRY like the guy’s who molded it. RICK TUCKER was very large in Ventura County, with his band .Rick would let me get on stage, with my guitar when I was about four years old. Rick has continued to help me to this day. Rick has played and written songs with some of the best in the music business, Rick and I have written many songs together I ‘m sure you will like them when you hear them .I’m also blessed to get to work with STEVE HILL, Steve has written several hit song’s. THE DESSERT ROSE BAND can thank Steve for some of their hits. NOW YOU CAN WATCH OUT FOR SOME OF OUR HITS!I started going to rodeos, and ropings at a very young age. my grandfather Bob Marcellus is well respected in the rodeo world my grandfather started me on a roping dummy when I was strong enough to swing a rope. He is one of my hero’s, that is why I took on the family tradition of roping and bulldogging. One of the highlight’s of my life was last February I went to Texas to rope with my hero. As expected I didn’t have it all right yet.


Music always has been a part of my grandfather’s life. Some of his favorites are the western story song’s, that has kept me in touch with traditional western music. Some of my influences in music has come from MERLE HAGGARD, RAY PRICE, GENE WATSON, VERN GOSDIN, WAYLON JENNINGS , JOHNNY CASH ALONG WITH REX ALLEN, SONS OF THE PIONEERS, RED STEGALL, DON EDWARDS I would like to thank everyone who has helped me to get where I am today. I will hold in my heart always the things that have been given me.


“Doin’ My Part… Keepin’ It Country”


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Songwriter. Singer. Banjo player. Ashley Campbell juggles all three roles, armed with the ability not only to dream up a modern country song, but to deliver it, too.

Already known for her work alongside her father, country legend Glen Campbell — who, during his final years as a touring musician, leaned heavily on his youngest daughter as a banjo player, keyboardist and harmony vocalist — Ashley is now stepping out on her own. Her music is a mix of her wide-ranging influences, combining the old-school country sound popularized by her fa-ther during the '60s and '70s with contemporary Americana, rootsy folk and country-pop. Glen Campbell's longtime fans may hear something familiar in Ashley's melodies as she embraces these similarities while distinguishing herself as a talented frontwoman.

Growing up, Ashley's parents encouraged her to sing and play the piano. She did both, adding the acoustic guitar to the mix once she hit high school. A theater kid with comedic chops, she also landed roles in local musicals and improv groups, eventually heading to college as a theater major during her late teens. When a director cast Ashley in a role that required her to learn the banjo, though, she fell in love with the instrument. Inspired, and with the help of her godfather, legendary banjo player Carl Jackson, she began mastering her banjo technique, then started writing her own songs. No wonder Glen asked her to join him on his farewell tour not long after she graduated college, a tour that would eventually take his band — Ashley included — on a three-year ride around the world. The banjo sounded timeless, reminding her of the music she'd heard as a child.

Ashley kept writing new material during her days on the road. By the time her father retired from touring in 2012, she was ready to make her introduction not only as a sideman, but as a solo art-ist in her own right. Dot Records, an imprint of the Big Machine Label Group, was ready, too, signing Ashley to a roster that also includes Maddie & Tae, Steven Tyler and Drake White. She is currently working on her debut record. All of the tracks — including "Remembering," a poignant tribute to her Dad that doubled as the first single of her career — were either written or co-written by Ashley, who also played multiple instruments throughout the recording process. The goal wasn't to create a perfect-sounding album featuring the best session musicians from Nashville. The goal was to be authentic and real, shining a light on a do-it-yourself artist who's carved out her own sound.

Ashley Campbell is a multi-talented entertainer. A singer and songwriter who plays her own in-struments. A newcomer with years of heavy touring under her belt. There's no denying her icon-ic country pedigree, but Ashley is attracting the spotlight these days with her style, talent and a unique sound all her own.