One of Nashville’s most popular and versatile musical performers, her work includes a song on the soundtrack of the movie “Hope Floats.” Among her CDs are “Time Will Do The Talking” and “Enough Rope.” Her newest release is “Fortunes Lost, Fortunes Told.”
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, music producer and performer, Bill was part of the top country duo “Foster and Lloyd.” He performs regularly with the popular “Long Players,” who recreate landmark albums, and for three years was curator of stringed instruments at the Country Music Hall of Fame, in Nashville, Tenn. His latest CDs are “Back to Even” and “Boy King of Tokyo.”
An award-winning recording artist, songwriter and producer, and actress, her music has earned three Grammys . Her most recent studio album is “Green Eyed Soul.” She produced Toby Keith’s platinum album “White Trash with Money.” She appeared opposite Tom Hanks in the movie “Cast Away,” and has starred in films for Lifetime TV and CMT. She made her Broadway debut as “June” in “Ring Of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash.”She has sung with the New York Pops, Boston Pops, and the Atlanta and Nashville Symphonies, and performs regularly for the legendary lyricists Alan and Marilyn Bergman.
A Grammy Award-winning songwriter, he is a popular performer at the Bluebird Cafe and other Nashville venues and nationwide, and has written for artists ranging from Kathy Mattea to Ray Charles. In 2014, he co-wrote Miranda Lambert’s “All Kinds of Kinds,” a Top-15 song on Billboard’s country charts, and Music Row Magazine’s Song of the Year. He tours nationwide as part of the group “The Waymores,” and as part of a duo, “The Don Juans.”
A three-time Grammy-nominated musician, singer and songwrite, he has played keyboards in the legendary Steve Miller Band since 1993, and appears regularly with the Wooten Brothers. His latest CD is “Hands of Soul.”
A Grammy Award-winning songwriter, renowned drummer and a music producer, he produced CDs by Melissa Etheridge and Janis Ian, and wrote the hit song “Oh Sherry” with Steve Perry.
Suzi Ragsdale virtually cut her teeth in the recording studio. At age 5, she sang on the Grammy-winning smash hit, “Everything Is Beautiful.” At age 10, she began recording children’s albums and writing her own songs. By age 17, she was singing in local clubs. In 1990, she and collaborator Verlon Thompson produced four albums for their independent label, VNS Records. From 1992 to 1999, she performed in Guy Clark’s band and on many of his albums. Suzi’s latest is a double EP, “Best Regards/Less of the Same.” Her father is singer, songwriter and recording artist, Ray Stevens.
An extraordinary songwriter and performer whose work has been recorded by Tim McGraw (the hit song “Red Rag Top”), among others. His newest CDs are “Tonight’s Top Story” and “The Longing.”
Adam Wright and Shannon Wright are a husband-and-wife singing and songwriting team. Adam is also the nephew of country music artist Alan Jackson. Adam and Shannon met in 1998 after he filled in for a musician in her band in Atlanta. The two started out writing songs together, eventually marrying and moving to Nashville. Two of the duo’s songs can be found on Jackson’s 2004 album “What I Do.” Their albums include “Down This Road,” “The Wrights,” “In The Summertime,” and “Red and Yellow, Blue and Green.” They had several songs that were featured in the Showtime movie, “Good Intentions.” A song they wrote with Dave Coleman was featured on the FX show “Sons of Anarchy.”
Shannon Wright and Adam Write are a husband-and-wife singing and songwriting team. They met in 1998 after he filled in for a musician in Shannon’s band in Atlanta. The two started out writing songs together, eventually marrying and moving to Nashville. Two of the duo’s songs can be found on Jackson’s 2004 album “What I Do.” Their albums include “Down This Road,” “The Wrights,” “In The Summertime,” and “Red and Yellow, Blue and Green.” They had several songs that were featured in the Showtime movie, “Good Intentions.” A song they wrote with Dave Coleman was featured on the FX show “Sons of Anarchy.”
A three-time Grammy and two-time Dove Award winner, Ashley has released eight critically acclaimed albums. Her CD, “God Don’t Never Change,” was nominated for a 2010 Grammy and featured songs rooted firmly in a “host of traditions — black spirituals, folks songs, 18th century hymns, gospel blues, and jubilee.” Her latest CD releases are “Beauty in the Curve” and the compilation CD “She Sings.” She’s also the author of the compelling memoir “Little Black Sheep.”
Guitarist and lead singer Dave Coleman grew up with bassist Jason “Hitch” Hitchcock in rural Tennessee. Since 1999, the duo have performed as The Coal Men. Coleman started writing his own songs and wrote for two years at legendary Acuff-Rose Music Publishing. Their fourth album, “Escalator,” was released in 2013.