Bri Bagwell

In My Defense, is a collection of ten carefully crafted songs that give her fans an inside peek of how this girl chasing a dream for over fifteen years, has blossomed into the woman living those dreams.

As the record kicks in, haunting, echoey guitars set a tone of where the listener is going to go. “Asphalt & Concrete,” the first song on the record, paints a picture of a desert girl cutting loose and losing a bit of herself in the big city. Bri soars vocally as she sings, “Well I’m into sunsets and I love the sand, but I wasn’t myself in a disrupted land, with buildings and people and too many drinks in my hand.” Bri is constantly flirting with the lyric as she tussles, barefoot on the streets of Austin.


The CD’s last song, “Empty Chairs,” will strike a chord with her friends, peers, and mentors as a songwriter’s lament. Bri sheds light on the constant struggle that every touring musician battles: the roller coaster of how live show attendance, record sales, and ticket counts are the benchmark of how performers are judged in this business, and the toll the size of the audience can take on their heart each night. It’s a song that lets the listener see inside of Bri’s dream, and how important each set of ears is to her. Naturally, doubt can enter one’s mind in any given situation; Bri shares how faith in her dream can at times be a struggle, despite her gratitude and obvious trust in the path God has chosen for her. She beautifully sings, “I’m grateful, but if they only knew, what’s behind three chords and the truth. They only get to see me at my best, but I’ve been cursed and I’ve been blessed, by the answer to my prayers. It’s hard to beat the thrill of a high, when I play a sold out night and feel like God has put me there. But Lord are you still with me, when i see Empty Chairs”. Simple, yet masterful in its message.


Teague Brothers

Teague Brothers Band, founded by front man John Teague, is an Americana/Red Dirt artist from Winnie, TX whose music seamlessly blends the country and rock influences that shape the infectious Teague sound: traditional instrumentation using acoustic guitars, fiddles, mandolins, and harmonicas combined with dramatic electric guitars, soaring vocal harmonies, and a driving rock back beat. The heartfelt lyrics are both nostalgic and inspiring, drawing you in closer and more personal with each engagement. Influences include Turnpike Troubadours, American Aquarium, Wade Bowen, Whiskey Myers, Kevin Fowler, Dirty River Boys, Uncle Lucius, and others 

Heather Rayleen Band

Heather Rayleen says most of her memories of childhood involve music in some way or another. As soon as she was talking she was singing and started performing at churches and rodeos as early as age 6. She also performed in the school choir and multiple talent shows. At age 11 she started learning to play violin in the school orchestra and continued through high school and played in the school Symphony. She quickly excelled and earned herself a scholarship to the school of music at Sam Houston State University. It was there that she broadened her influences of music and was invited to play 'fiddle' with the Scooter Brown Band. It was around that time that she was inspired to start writing her own music, so she borrowed her dads old guitar and started teaching herself to play. After playing with the SBB for about a year she began to perform solo and eventually formed her own band. Since then she has shared the stage and opened for several singer/songwriters then expanding into the opener for major national touring acts. Heather enjoys all genres in music and has a hard time pin pointing her exact influences, she just has a great love of music and especially enjoys performing. She hopes to share with the world her voice and the 'feeling that she gets in the pit of her stomach when she hears a great song.' Heather says her roots will always be country but she tries to bring together a little bit of blues, rock, folk and sometimes pop every time she performs.

Heather's career in recent years has expanded to producing her own debut album titled Falling For You and available for download on all major electronic media outlets. Additionally Heather has opened for multiple major touring acts including events abroad at an exclusive resort in Mexico as the most recent example. The list of national touring acts continues to grow she has shared the stage with includes Lee Brice, Aaron Watson, Gary Alan, Rodney Atkins, Tanya Tucker, Aaron Tippin, Sundance Head, Whiskey Meyers, Cody Johnson, Josh Ward, Scooter Brown, Blue Edmondson, Brandon Jenkins, Stoney LaRue, Julie Roberts, Zane Williams, Russell Dickerson, Cody Jinks, Brandon Rhyder, Bri Bagwell, Rick Trevino, Daryle Singletary, Kevin Fowler, Deryl Dodd, Jamey Johnson, Doug Stone, Cody Canada and Trent Wilson. Additionally Heather has partnered with Nashville based, Steve Tankersley (producer, financial backer) for several aspects of her business planning.


Trent Cowie Band

The Trent Cowie Band is a country band with its roots in southeast Texas. The four-piece band boasts a unique sound of country music with a twist of southern rock. Trent Cowie and drummer Jake Taylor formed the band in Magnolia Texas.

Damon Curtis

Damon Curtis spent his childhood singing along with the radio listening to his father’s favorites, Keith Whitley and George Strait. It was these influences and a love for the craft that led this singer songwriter from Moulton, Texas to pursue his music career. Singing along note for note with the greats, Damon honed his abilities to become the artist he is today.

At age 25, Damon started a band with a few local musicians. Driven by his Faith, the support of his family and the confidence of his friends, Damon began playing in local bars and venues in his local area. As his fanbase grew, he and the band have been blessed to become what they are today.

In late 2017, Damon Curtis wrapped up their debut EP, “Changing Lanes,” and in 2018 the band released their first single “Here’s to Goodbye” to Texas radio.

After a great response to the EP and massive support from his fans, Damon is currently playing in multiple states and sharing the stage with some of the biggest artists in the industry today.

His dedication to his Faith, to his Family, and to his Fans, ensure that the sky is the limit for this small-town boy blessed with a huge voice.

Oh come,

let us sing to the lord;

let us make a joyful noise

to the rock of our salvation

Psalm 95:1


Tyler McCollum


Tyler McCollum’s style of singing & songwriting touches on the Country, Americana, Blues & Folk genres. He began playing guitar and writing at the age of 10 in his hometown of Conroe, TX and later spent formative years in Stephenville TX, Nashville TN, and now Austin TX, where he currently lives. McCollum’s devotion to crafting songs wrapped in story and imagery, offer a unique perception for the listener to enjoy. He credits many Texas songwriters as his earliest influences including Hayes Carll, Adam Carroll and Davin James as just a few of his early musical inspirations. Tyler has a new record "Backbone"available now.

Triston Marez

Country singer Triston Marez’s sound isn’t just centered around the crying steel or prominent fiddles that often go hand in hand with the rolling plains or legendary dancehalls that come to mind when thinking about country music—they’re part of a way of life for the 22-year-old. Marez’s debut EP, “That Was All Me,” set to release Jan. 25, Showcases Marez’s rich vocals telling tales of long nights, former flames and new love with a relatable honesty. On the EP Marez’s influences – Chris Ledoux, Aaron Watson and Cody Johnson – weave throughout a collection of pure country music. In the EP’s title track, “That Was All Me,” a raucous night can be blamed on the jukebox, neon’s buzzing and one too many whiskeys, but insists any feelings felt were true. “Where Rivers Are Red, Cowboys Are Blue,” hearkens back to the heyday of cowboy songs with an ode to a former flame, while “Dizzy” features the other side of the coin and a fledgling love story found on the dancehall floor. “Reservations for Two,” is a romantic night set in the great outdoors, and “Here’s To The Weekend,” offers an appreciation for a few cold beers with good friends while searching for a reprieve from the daily grind.

A Houston native, Marez’s sound isn’t just centered around country music, it’s weaved through his entire 22 years. As a member of a musical family from Oklahoma known for their bluegrass and fiddle talents, Marez started playing guitar at age six and his first live performance was a Buck Owens song in the first-grade talent show. Marez worked as a ranch hand and even rode bulls as a hobby for years to support his music career. He also won the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo’s talent competition in 2014.


Carson Jeffery

At a very early age Carson discovered artists such as Cross Canadian Ragweed, Ryan Bingham, and Chris Knight. He grew up in the ranching and western way of life, spending a lot of time at his family’s ranch in Dryden, Texas, as well as his hometown of Cat Spring, Texas. Most every weekend was spent going down the highway to another rodeo to another town. With the highway as his guide, he picked up a guitar and started writing songs in his high school years. It wasn't until college that he began to play acoustic shows and realized that people actually listened to his songs. In the summer of ’19, Carson recorded his debut album "Muchos Sonidos", and formed a band to start trying to make his mark in the Texas Music Scene. 

Reckless Kelly

Understanding the virtuosity of Reckless Kelly requires the perspective of where the band has been. Cody and Willy Braun grew up in the White Cloud Mountains of Idaho. They moved to Bend, Oregon, and then migrated to that great musical fountainhead, Austin, Texas.

The band’s co-founders and frontmen toured the country as part of their father’s band, Muzzie Braun and the Boys, as children. They performed on The Tonight Show twice. Their father taught his four sons a professional ethic – integrity, persistence, hard work and professionalism – honed over three generations. They overcame hardships, struggled for recognition, and learned the lessons of the trial and error that defined them.

In one sense, it’s remarkable in the way of any musician, athlete, or businessperson who bucks the odds. In another, though, it’s utterly natural that Reckless Kelly, born in the dreams of the two Braun brothers and their heritage but nurtured in the bumpy road of maturity, became the very essence of Americana music in all its far-flung glory.

Jake Bush

Jake Bush is an American Singer/Songwriter who has served his country with pride in the U.S Army Reserves based out of Ellington Field in Webster, Tx. With two 5-Song EP’s, 2 Single’s and countless unreleased songs in his vault, is making a name for himself in the Texas Music Scene. Jake has shared the stage with some heroes such as: Cory Morrow, Parker McCollum, Jake Worthington, William Clark Green, Big & Rich, Kyle Hutton, Bri Bagwell, Glen Templeton, Zane Williams, Rich Trevino, and many more. Jake was raised on traditional values and music is everything, there’s no stopping for Jake. C’mon 2020!