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Dustin Lynch


Dustin Lynch, a Tennessee native got his start at 9 years old playing guitar. After ditching the instrument at an early age, and picking it back up at 15, he was playing at the Bluebird Café in Nashville by the age of 16. It was here that he was quickly signed to a record label. Lynch's country hits include "Thinkin' Bout You", "Small Town Boy", and "Cowboys and Angels" to name a few.

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Jason Derulo


Jason Derulo (Jason Joel Desrouleaux) was born in Miramar, Florida where he began singing at a young age. He was discovered in 2006 by J.R. Rotem from Beluga Heights records. Throughout his career, he's written songs for Diddy, Sean Kingston, Cassie and Lil Wayne to name a few. His hits include "Wiggle", "Talk Dirty", "Trumpets", "Riding Solo", "Watcha Say" and "It Girl" along with many more.

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CeeLo Green


CeeLo Green, born as Thomas Burton (eventually taking his mom's maiden name Calloway) in 1974, grew up in Atlanta where he became involved in gang activity and petty theft before dropping out of high school in the 9th grade. He was shipped off to military school where he would earn his GED. In 1991, he and two friends formed the group Goodie Mob. The group put out a few albums, but CeeLo left in the late 90s to pursue a solo career. After many years and a few projects, CeeLo teamed up with Danger Mouse and released the song "Crazy" under their duo name, Gnarls Barkley. From that point, CeeLo became much more mainstream. Today, he's known for his other hits "Forget You!" and "Fool for You".

The Frontmen


The Frontmen are a 90s country group that features the three country legends Richie McDonald (Lonestar), Larry Stewart (Restless Heart) and Tim Rushlow (Little Texas). Collectively, the group has over 30 major hits. The songs still performed by them include "Amazed", "The Bluest Eyes in Texas", "God Blessed Texas", "I'm Already There" and many more!

Bryan Martin


Bryan Martin is a self-taught musician from Louisiana who used to work in the oil-field before pursuing a career in music. Martin was discovered through social media. After 7 years of writing music, his albums include "If It Was Easy" and "Self-Inflicted Scars". His musical genres include traditional country, southern rock and country gospel.

The SugarHill Gang


The group, best know for their hit “Rapper's Delightrdquo; was formed in New Jersey in the late 70s with original members "Wonder Mike", "Big Bank Henry" and "Master Gee". Other known hits include "Apache" and "Jump On It!" In 2014, "Henn Dog" replaced "Big Bank Henry" after his passing. The group continues to perform together at live events.