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Aaron Barker was born in San Antonio, Texas, and began his musical career in a "variety band". His first attempt at creating his own song, "Baby Blue," was recorded by George Strait on the ‘If You Ain't Lovin', You Ain't Livin' album and went number one in Billboard. Aaron then began to refine his original material in small clubs and cafes where he would play on weekends. This led to him writing, "Love Without End, Amen", which was also recorded by George Strait and hit number one in Billboard for five consecutive weeks. Barker also wrote Strait’s # 1 song "Easy Come, Easy Go"and Lonestar‘s "What About Now”. His songs have also been recorded by, Clay Walker, Aaron Tippin and Willie Nelson.
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After the scheduled shows wind down, hang at the Key Lime Bistro for after hour tunes by various artists.
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Residing in Springfield Ma, exploring music / songwriting have been a huge part of Alex’s life since early teenage years. With an Americana style of guitar playing along with deep emotion filled lyrics with Southern Rock, Reggae and R&B influences makes this Artist wide in variety for all music Lovers. Alex has been playing shows all over western Massachusetts from bars to casino floors. As a young performer opening up for his older friends to creating his own 4 piece band called “Feel Good Drift “Alex has been a part of the music scene spreading His lyrics with Love and deep respect ever since age 14. Now a well-kept man that works as a full-time employee at Tree House Brewing Company, he has dedicated his life to days at the brewery and music.
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Hailing from Loudon County, VA he was always good with words and at the young age of 10, he was named Northern Virginias All Metro Spelling Bee Champion. Ever since then he has dedicated himself, and his talent with words to songwriting. His goal is for his older brother Matthew to be known as Andrew McGinn’s older brother Matthew.
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Recently named a “Highway Find” by Sirius XM, Angie K is shaking up Nashville with her fresh blend of modern and Latin country. The El Salvador born and Georgia raised country artist just released her new single ‘Real Talk’, which has immediately been added to mega-playlists ‘Wild Country’ and ‘New Boots’ on Spotify as well as ‘Breaking Country’ on Apple Music. Touring an average of 10-12 cities a month for the past 8 years, Angie has played over 1000+ live shows (check tour dates below!). In 2017, her Disney duet with Jordan Fisher, ‘Happily Ever After’, became the soundtrack to the nightly fireworks show at Magic Kingdom. The single has already amassed over 20 million cumulative streams. Angie has opened for artists like Jake Owen, Tanya Tucker, Sammy Kershaw, Trace Adkins, Melissa Etheridge, and more. See all tour dates on OfficialAngieK.com.
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Austin Church is a unique singer/songwriter. His songs are written with depth, an unorthodox turn of phrase, and a touch of whimsy. An otherworldly wit is often injected into the fabric of the tunes. A great deal of his work is bolstered by an underpinning of hope. When the “Churchman” is doing his thing, he hopes to enthuse and inspire. Austin is a straight forward player, relying on his rhythm guitar work to hold things together, and let his message bound along into your heart. His singing is homegrown, with phrasing flowing from a stream of consciousness into a river of conscientiousness. The vocal tones he pours out are uncommonly deep and earthy. After his studies at the University of Georgia in Athens, Ga., Austin became a regular performer at Athens’ folk and blues club “The Last Resort”. It was there that he met and became inspired by the likes of Townes Van Zandt, Gamble Rogers, and Jimmy Buffett. In fact, Austin co-wrote “Brand New Country Star” with Jimmy during one of Buffett’s stays at the “Resort”; however, Austin’s style is divergent from that of the head “Parrot Head”. Austin went on to spend twenty years in Nashville honing his craft, with cuts by artists including Del Reeves and Lyle Lovett. Perhaps the most meaningful Austin Church tune is “Miss Ola (The Mississippi Giver)”. The song celebrates the life of a humble, selfless washerwoman named Oseola McCarty, who hand washed and ironed clothes for 75 years. Amazingly, she saved $250,000 from her efforts, and gave the lion’s share of it to the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, her hometown. Her gift provides scholarships for needy and deserving students. A video of “Miss Ola” is posted here. Austin is delighted that his music can lend a hand to foster the key elements of Miss McCarty’s life: hard work, saving, and giving with the spotlight on education. Austin has six albums (cd’s) to his credit: “Dreamin’ Backwards” (2000), “Propitious Mélange” (2008), “In The Blue Ago” (2010), “Walkin’ In Outa Leavin’ “ (2012), “Kill Devil Sessions – Flight of Aaron Jett” (2017), and “Retrophonic Folk-A-Delic” (2019). He would love to perform a concert for you. If you want to get off the beaten path, roll with the “Churchman”, no tellin’ where he’ll take ya.
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Bill Metts started playing guitar during the country blues revival of the late 60s and fell in love with the music of Taj Mahall, Mississippi John Hurt, Doc Watson and others of that ilk. In 2011 he had the honor of being asked to perform at the annual Mississippi John Hurt Blues Festival in Avalon Mississippi. Upon moving to Southwest Florida in 2004, Bill found a welcoming music community and was encouraged by friends to try his hand at songwriting. He’s been writing ever since. Bill hosted the Americana Community Music Association's weekly singer/songwriter circle for four years and co-founded, with Nita Flores, a wonderful not for profit organization called Hope by Song Inc. which is where his love for music and writing found a true home. *Performing at the ACMA Songwriters Show, Sept. 21 in downtown Fort Myers.
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Powerful vocals, gripping Southern rock, and gritty, heartfelt performances have defined Billy McKnight’s writing and performance since the very beginning. Spanning an eclectic array of musical tastes, influences, and styles combined with diverse life experiences, Billy’s music, and his Florida-based band Soul Circus Cowboys is the band to watch in 2021 and beyond. Produced by Grammy Award-Winning Songwriter Frank Myers, Billy McKnight has refined his sound, with a vision revolving around larger-than-life performances and gasoline-drenched Southern Country Rock. His writing captures a diverse collection of sounds, styles, and captivatingly well-told stories, including three Billboard charting songs, “Tailgate Country,” “I Can’t Imagine,” and “I Stand.” He topped the Country Music Channel video charts with Soul Circus Cowboys’ music video “I Stand,” featuring over one million views, and plays to packed music venues and festivals across Florida every week. Thoroughly genuine. Phenomenally talented. That’s Billy McKnight.
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Blake Esse—United States Navy Veteran, singer-songwriter, Nashville Star finalist, winner of Clint Black’s “Competing for a Cause” songwriter contest and BMI artist. Blake, noted as "a standout artist" has shared the stage with many of today’s best country music artists like Clint Black, Dierks Bentley, Charlie Daniels, Jamey Johnson, Michael Ray and others. Blake released his first original single in 2018 “Feels Good Don’t It” recorded and produced by legend Clint Black. Blake will release his EP album Summer 2020.