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With two No. 1 singles, multiple awards and nominations, plus performances on some of the biggest stages in the world, Mercury Nashville’s Easton Corbin has made a lasting impression on the country music landscape.

He is lauded for his traditional country sound, authentic lyrics and mastery of understatement. American Songwriter says, "Easton Corbin has one of those rare, glorious voices that was made—just made—for singing country music.” His self-titled debut album released in 2010 and spawned back-to-back hits “A Little More Country Than That” and “Roll With It;” making him the first country male artist in 17 years to have his first two consecutive singles reach No. 1.

In 2012 the Gilchrist County Florida native released his sophomore album, All Over The Road, which included the Top 5 hits “Lovin’ You Is Fun” and “All Over The Road.” Corbin set a career-best debut on Country Airplay with his top 5 hit single, “Baby Be My Love Song," from his No. 1 debuting album About To Get Real. Corbin spent 2016 on one of the biggest tours in country music—Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour which Billboard named the #1 country tour of the first half of 2016 Forbes picked it as one of 10 hottest tours of the fall.

Corbin’s current single, “A Girl Like You,” from his upcoming fourth studio album is Top 15 and climbing and was released to rave reviews. Taste of Country picked it as a Critics Pick saying, “It takes a fraction of a second to know Easton Corbin is on to something different with “A Girl Like You.”

Natalie Stovall and her band, The Drive, are relentless road warriors, amassing over 200 dates each year across college campuses, clubs, festivals and military bases around the world. Natalie, a Tennessee native, is a powerhouse vocalist and multi-instrumentalist who has been playing professionally since she was ten. A fiddle phenom, Natalie made her Grand Old Opry debut at the age of 12, and has performed everywhere from the White House to The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Natalie was named one of CMT’s Next Woman of Country and is a featured performer in Radio personality Bobby Bones Raging Idiot’s Band.

Natalie Stovall, the “comeback artist” on Team (Blake) Shelton on The Voice, recently released her brand new single, “Wine or Whiskey,” The song, written by Lori McKenna, Andrew Dorff and Jimi Westbrook (Little Big Town), who also sang background vocals, is a mid-tempo track featuring the strength and range of Stovall’s voice.

Says Stovall of her time on The Voice, “Being on Team Blake was such a thrill for me. It was a completely different world than the road life that let me refocus on my artistry and craft in way that touring doesn’t always allow. The outpouring of love and support not only from new fans, but from people that have been fans for years has been overwhelming.”

Natalie is currently in the studio, writing and recording for her 2018 project.

Raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Kelleigh Bannen has built her career on a sound steeped in the city's past, present and future, mixing country twang, pop hooks and southern storytelling into the same pot.

Throughout a career that's included major-label singles, status as one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, independent releases, and tours alongside superstars such as Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Cole Swindell and more, Bannen has consistently called her own shots.

Her most recent EP, the critically-acclaimed Cheap Sunglasses, included songs all co-written by Kelleigh. From the thrill of playing super-sized shows, to the challenge of forging her own path in a competitive town, Kelleigh has lived the country music dream: its challenges, its triumphs, and its rewards.

Her influence reaches far beyond the stage, too. This Nashville Life, a podcast launched and hosted by Kelleigh, shines a light on the "business" side of the music business. Featuring guest interviews, stories, industry tips and plenty of insight from promoters, radio execs and fellow songwriters, the podcast received glowing reviews in its first year. Kelleigh is still chasing her own dream, but she's sharing advice with others, too, equipping a generation of dreamers with the tools they need to create their own careers.

Ruthie Collins is the kind of lady who wears her finest floral dress to her favorite dive bar. She’s not afraid to drink wine from a box or top shelf whiskey from a mason jar. She’s a classic Southern songstress with a vintage airstream embracing the modern world.

Raised on a farm in Fredonia, NY, Collins fell in love with country music at a young age. Her mother, a church organist, celebrated her natural affinity and introduced her to a variety of instruments, starting with piano and the violin. As a promising vocalist and multi-instrumentalist looking for a bigger pond, she left home to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Post-graduation, Collins accepted a position as musical director for a church in San Antonio. It was a comfortable, pleasant path, but she couldn’t ignore the call from within to pursue a career as a singer songwriter in Nashville. With a few vintage suitcases and a hand-me-down Martin to her name, she moved to Music City to pay her dues. Years of writing by day and waitressing by night paid off when she was signed to Curb Records.

With time to focus on her craft, one of Collins favorite hobbies, DIY renovations, became more than just a way to unwind. Her creativity and ability to turn any home (or airstream!) into the finest shabby chic farmhouse did not go unnoticed. Her DIY video series helped her land a role as host of A&E’s Home.Made, a show that offers viewers quick, affordable ways to repurpose vintage products into adorably functional décor.

Following the success of her first EP and her unique version of “Ramblin’ Man,” Collins began touring the US, performing for receptive crowds at Stagecoach, SummerFest, Watershed, and CMA Fest to name a few. Along the way, she’s earned critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, The LA Times, and was named one of CMT’s Next Women of County. Having completed a full-length album set to be released in early fall, she’s ready to share a heartfelt collection of songs that catalogs her personal struggles with relationships and coming into her own.

Throughout her career, Collins stays unapologetically herself, regardless of what’s #trending. “Whether it’s something that’s timeless or something brand new that aspires to that, I am drawn to things that speak of permanence. And that’s how I feel about my music – the upright bass and bluegrass instrumentation modernized and brought into the present day,” Collins says.

From her flea market lace curtains to her obsession with shiplap, she forges her own path, marrying DIY projects and vintage frocks with modern country music. Ruthie’s sound mirrors her lifestyle – an approach that celebrates the work of legendary women like Dolly and Emmy Lou in a contemporary way that fits seamlessly into your Instagram feed.