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With sweet sounding melodies and sometimes jazzy instrumental harmony, Brian Sutherland finds a home in acoustic music. His brand of Americana fastens it's roots to artists like Jason Mraz, Sean McConnell and Steve Wariner, always with one foot in the past and the other in the moment. Sutherland doubles down on his influences and driving forces on Sounds Like Love, his 3rd studio album. A collection of letters to anyone with an open heart, one common thread is woven through the whole record, hope. Hope that, no matter the dark, you can always find your way back to the light.
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It’s hard to deny the pure talent and passion for her craft that is clearly the driving force behind many of artist Bridgette Tatum’s high profile career milestones. In 2009, this native of Florence, South Carolina, co-wrote the Most Played Song on Country radio stations across the United States. A tremendous achievement for any songwriter, the song, “She’s Country” (recorded and released by Platinum-selling country superstar Jason Aldean), held the #1 position on the chart for two consecutive weeks, reached two million plays, and out sold every genres ringtones, all of which are rare accomplishments, as well. In 2010, Tatum’s song, “Loud” was selected as the Official Theme Song for ACC Football’s 2010 Season. This fast-paced anthem celebrates the excitement and energy of ACC Football, captured in a raucous music video that was seen in all ACC Markets, resulting in exposure for Bridgette totaling over 27 million households. Add to these accolades Tatum’s own Album released on itunes, her single releases (I like my Cowboy’s Dirty, That’s Love Y’all, Hillbilly Rockstar) and her current Gretchen Wilson single (Summertime Town from “Ready to get Rowdy”), her recent Randy Houser (Fired Up 2016), Kristy Lee Cook (Lookin’ for a Cowgirl), The Farm, and George Clinton cuts, you have the makings of a woman building a sustainable music career for a lifetime of success. Bridgette has also produced “The Lockets”, a new fresh duo sound for country music, and currently is in production as well as a member of Uncle Si & The Sicotics. While Bridgette continues to create music, she balances it with her charitable work within The Charley Foundation (www.charleyfoundation.org), and donating her time and talents to various charities around the Middle Tennessee area. “If it's real and you are making it honest, that's what people want to hear.” With unfailing honesty and a penchant for risk-taking, Bridgette Tatum is storming the scene on her own terms and winning fans at every turn.
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Carlene Thissen is a singer/songwriter from Naples, Florida, where she performs at various interesting venues, including a recent Cattle Drive in Immokalee, Florida. Her voice is reminiscent of Joan Baez and Bonnie Raitt, depending on what she's singing, and her songs range from ballads to boot-stomping country rock. Carlene's songs are frequently featured on Women Of Substance Radio.
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Carlo Colasacco is a Nashville based songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist who has had releases in multiple genres including Rock, Alternative, Pop, Dance, and Country. He has had a #1 Rock song with the band “Shinedown”, multiple #1 Dance songs, and a #1 pop song in Europe. Many of his songs have been featured in TV & Film such as “Lucifer” on FOX, and the theme song for PBR on CBS, and the FIFA World Cup. He has multiple releases coming out this year including a single with new Warner Bros. artist Shy Carter.
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Singer/Songwriter Cassidy Daniels was born an Army brat in Asheville, North Carolina. She and her family endured hardships growing up in a post 9/11 active duty environment and had to relocate 15 times, as her father served 27 years in Special Forces. Though it was tough growing up in a military family, Cassidy found her solace in music. Her friends and family quickly discovered that she was a musical prodigy after she wrote her first song on piano, “Beautiful Day” about finding positivity at home when her father was deployed in Iraq. In a few short years, she picked up guitarand began playing around the country, sharing her music with the world while empowering people through her original songs. In a few short years, Cassidy caught the attention of Grammy Award winning songwriter, Liz Rose. In October of 2019, Cassidy singed a co-publishing deal with Liz Rose Music and Warner Chappell and continues to write with Nashville’s top tier writers. February of 2020 brought the release of her first self-titled EP, which encapsulates pivotal moments of her life in five songs. Immediately following the release of her debut EP, Cassidy landed tour dates with Willie Nelson throughout her home state of Florida. Today, Cassidy continues to write and tour the country and currently resides in Nashville, TN.
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2020 started with a roar for Chloé Caroline after the release of her several successful singles throughout 2019 and a major move from Nashville home to Los Angeles. Her songs have received substantial airplay on all streaming platforms and terrestrial radio across the globe and her music videos added to BBC, Radio Disney, CMT, Nickelodeon, and other high profile video channels. Stellar performances at The Sundance Film Festival’s “Snowball”, The Analog, Hotel Café, and the iconic Bluebird Cafe in January propelled her career forward with multiple industry endorsements.
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The Grammy nominated songwriter, Clint Daniels, was born and raised in the Florida panhandle. He gained an interest in music as a child, singing with his sister in church. Inspired by bluegrass, Daniels taught himself to play guitar by the time he turned 12. After graduating high school he moved to Nashville, TN in pursuit of a career in the country music industry. In 1998, he signed a record deal with Arista. Since that time he's continued working with various labels and publishing companies. Daniels has co-written songs for other country artists, including the following Billboard No. 1 Hits: "Some Of It" by Eric Church in 2019, "Brokenheartsville" by Joe Nichols and "Roll with Me" by Montgomery Gentry. Daniels has also penned award winning songs such as: "God Must Be Busy" by Brooks and Dunn, and "Ready For The End Of The World" by George Strait.
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Dan Couch has had 30 Plus Major Label "cuts" in the past 8 years. His self-published songs, (Songs From The Couch BMI), have hit The Country Top 40 seven times including 2 Platinum Selling #1 singles with Kip Moore (Somethin' Bout A Truck, Hey Pretty Girl), 3 Top 25 singles (Young Love) with Kip Moore and (Hole In A Bottle) with Canaan Smith as well as a Top 5 effort in 2019 with Kip Moore (Last Shot). Dan co-wrote Kip’s current single (She’s Mine) and landed 4 songs on Kip Moore’s newly released Wild World album. Dan has also written several songs with Texas Phenom Cody Johnson including "Dear Rodeo" which appears on Johnson's 1st Major Label record release (Warner Bros Jan. 2019). Additionally, Dan has had "cuts" on Lauren Alaina, Jewel, and multiple cuts on future Curb Records Superstar Jackson Michelson and Broken Bow’s Elvie Shane.
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A little bit muddy water Mississippi, a little bit California beach bum, Danny grew up playing, singing and writing for his family gospel band in south Mississippi. He achieved his first #1 gospel song as a songwriter at the age of 17 before moving to Nashville and founding and fronting the country rock band, Western Flyer, with whom he made two albums and had numerous Top 40 singles. Danny went on to sing background vocals on many hit records by the likes of Montgomery Gentry, Keith Anderson and Blake Shelton before focusing on songwriting. As a writer, Danny has had cuts on a diverse range of artists from Montgomery Gentry to Joe Cocker and has celebrated many hits, such as Craig Morgan’s “International Harvester, Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah”, LoCash’s “I Love This Life” and 2009’s most played country smash, “She’s Country”.