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Hoge is a No. 1 Billboard selling country artist and host of "Hoge Wild" TV show airing on Sportsman Channel. Lucas' album "Dirty South" ascended to the #1 Billboard sales chart in 2017 and was  the Top 5 Country Album. Lucas has written theme songs for Animal Planet, GAC TV show with Blake Shelton, a Lipton Tea Jingle and appeared on the Hallmark channel performing his original Christmas music.

His TV show airs in 55 million homes and Lucas uses his guitar as his passport to hunt, fish, scuba dive and perform around the world. 

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Paul Overstreet is a two time Grammy Award winning, country music singer-songwriter. Not only writing hits for himself, Paul has also penned #1 songs for: Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney, Keith Whitley, Allison Krauss, Tanya Tucker, Ronnie Milsap, and George Jones.

He received the TRMA award in October of 2020 for "Song of the Year" for the title cut. His new single, "Wine, Sunshine, and An Ocean" was just released this fall and will be followed with his 2nd "Beach" CD. As a songwriter, Overstreet has written and co-written 27 top ten songs, his first being George Jones' Same Ole Me.  




Lindsay Ell's, The Project, debuted at No. 1 on the Country Album Sales Chart and was named Billboard’s “Best Country Album of 2017.” 

Most recently, she scored her first No. 1 with “What Happens in a Small Town,” her duet with Brantley Gilbert – another milestone moment making her the first Canadian artist to hit No. 1 in the US since  2007.

 Ell’s nominations do not stop there, she is a 2x 2020 ACM nominee for New Female Artist of the Year and Music Event of the Year.

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His first single, the sentimental ballad “Family Man”, hit the top 15 on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart in 2011. “Outta My Head” also cracked the top 15, while the catchy tune “Fish” garnered more than 10 million on demand streams. His 2014 breakout hit “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” was on its way up the charts which landed the single well inside the Top 10. Another door opened for Campbell in the form of Red Bow Records, a division of the Broken Bow umbrella. “Tomorrow Tonight” made it into the top 40, followed by perhaps his most poignant and well known work to date, “Outskirts of Heaven.”  




Phil Barton is an Australian songwriter living in Nashville, TN. He had his first No. 1 with the Lee Brice smash, A Woman Like You. His songs have been recorded by Lee Brice, Rachel Wammack, Trea Landon, Brad Cox, Amy Shephard, Sara Evans, David Nail, Eli Young Band, Dustin Lynch, Morgan Evans, LOCASH, and many more.Along with his success in American Country Music, Phil has had multiple Top Ten singles in Canada with artists like Tim Hicks, Chad Brownlee, The Washboard Union, Jojo Mason, and Meghan Patrick

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Whitehead has produced 5 number one country songs (including Peter Pan, Legends, Yeah Boy, and Love Me Like You Mean It) and is most recognized for being the founding producer of country superstar Kelsea Ballerini.  

Forest has had several grammy nominations for his work including a 2018 Grammy nomination for Kelsea Ballerini’s sophomore project and in 2021 & 2022 received Grammy Nominations for his work with country artist Mickey Guyton.

He's written songs for:  Dylan Scott, Brantley Gilbert, Maddie And Taye, and many others.

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Trent Tomlinson has written songs for Brett Young, Aaron Lewis, Parmalee, Gretchen Wilson, Chris Young, Love and Theft, William Michael Morgan and Colt Ford plus the Certified Gold single: "Damn Strait" by Scotty McCreery. Trent was signed to Lyric Street Records in 2005, with his debut album Country Is My Rock, released in early 2006. This album produced three Top 40 singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts: "Drunker Than Me" at No. 19, "One Wing in the Fire" at No. 11, and "Just Might Have Her Radio On" at No. 21. 



Since signing his first publishing deal with Liz Rose Music and Warner Chappell music, he penned his first two-week number one on country radio with Jimmie Allen’s, down home.  He also had Sony Music Nashville duo, Seaforth’s first radio single Breakups. Bedell has notable cuts on artists such as Dylan Scott, Hailey Whitters, Jimmie Allen, Ryan Griffin, Lauren Alaina, etc. 




Tim is a singer, songwriter, and member of the country group Due West. He is also a member of The Nashville Tribute Band

Gates formed Due West with Matt Lopez and Brad Hull in 2004 and

came close to signing a contract with RCA Records Nashville, self-released its first single, “I Get That All the Time,” and created a music video that premiered on Great American Country (GAC). “I Get That All the Time” was the highest-ranking single from a self-released act on the Music Row Country Break Out chart in 2009. The video made it to the #3 spot on the GAC Top 20 Countdown. The group’s second single, “When the Smoke Clears,” was released as a music video in 2011. Both of the singles made it into the top 20 of Great American Country.

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Tyree Woods is an award winning singer songwriter as well as founder and frontman of the Steamboat Springs based soulgrass band Buffalo Commons. Born and raised in Muskegon Heights MI, he transplanted to Colorado by way of the US Army in 2006. As a highly decorated combat soldier Tyree is a veteran of both love and war with 8 years of service including 2 combat tours.

Upon being injured during his last tour in 2012 Tyree was medically retired, and moved to the Yampa Valley, where he reconnected with his life long passion of music, specifically songwriting.




After years of being a front man in rock bands, JB ultimately wanted to become a country artist as that was always in his heart since he was a young boy. He finally got the chance in 2017 when he released his first single “Love Don’t Live Here” and never looked back.  

JB has over 80 million streams worldwide with songs such as “Church Pew”, “Tonight”, and “Oceans”.  

JB served 12 years in the United States Marine Corps and was ultimately medically retired from injuries sustained in combat operations in Iraq. 

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