For those familiar with the impressive crop of young talent hailing from the great state of Georgia, Travis Denning is a familiar name. Frequently playing lead guitar with BBR Recording artist, Jordan Rager, Denning’s ability to write damn good songs and melt faces on the guitar make him the most versatile young artist in Nashville. For those who are less well-versed in the up-and-comers of country music, I introduce to you, Travis Denning, the diamond in the new country rough.
As one of country’s hottest young songwriters, Georgia native Cole Taylor is slowly but surely making a name for himself as an artist. From the Sirius XM release of “Drop Top,” a track off of his debut eponymous EP, to his fast growing fanbase in the south, Taylor is one of the most promising young talents in Nashville. Continue reading Cole Taylor Drops “Seniors in Love”
As one of country’s biggest names Thomas Rhett continually pushes the boundary. His progression from “Beer With Jesus,” his first single with any sort of success, to “Crash and Burn,” his fourth number one song, is borderline incredible. Never has an artist changed his sound so much yet stay in the spotlight as well as the 25 year old Georgian. Here are Rhett’s most limit pushing, progressive songs to date:
Kane Brown is anything but a stereotypical country artist. Covered in tattoos and piercings, the 22 year old is one of the best new vocalists in country music and has a unique style that is sure to attract attention across the industry. A former contestant on “The X Factor,” his vocal range is staggering and unexpected. Where he might have the most talent, however, is in songwriting.
Opening for Miranda Lambert on her Certified Platinum Tour, Justin Moore stole the show Friday night at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA. Following a low energy, albeit solid, performance from Pistol Annies member, Ashley Monroe, Moore got the crowd rocking with his blend of twangy vocals, rocking guitars, and powerful stage presence.