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.



Billie Jo

A proud native of Texas, Billie Jo is a singer, songwriter, and recording artist blending traditional country vocals with honest songs. Her most important role though is being a mother to her 4 children and her 3 step children. When asked how she does it all, Billie Jo will remind you with a smile that Loretta Lynn did it with six children!  Billie Jo is well on her way of establishing herself as one of Texas country’s upcoming artists to watch. She has won numerous singing competitions and continues to make a name for herself. In 2013, she won the John Ritter Tribute Showcase put on by the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame. Her accomplishments have led her to open for legendary acts such as Gene Watson, Linda Davis, Barbara Fairchild, and The Oakridge Boys. A personal highlight for her was opening for Ray Price, an artist she remembers listening to with her grandparents who is one of her biggest inspriations. Other artists she has opened for include Justin Moore, Wade Bowen, Cody Canada, Barbara Fairchild, Joe Stampley, Chris Colston, Pat Green, Stoney LaRue, Roger Creager and many others.  Most recently she was featured on “Real Country” tv show where she filmed for a month in Nashville and was hand picked by Shania Twain to compete on her team. She made top 14 on that show. She has also been on The Voice and American Idol.  Billie Jo released her first country single back in October of 2018 called “Favorite Place To Be” That song was nominated for Song of the Year in 2019 at the Texas Country Music Awards where she was also nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year!

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.


Mason Lively

Alt-Country Singer/songwriter Mason Lively delivered his compelling debut album, “Stronger Ties” on April 6th, 2018. Blending a modern Red Dirt Country sound with traces of Americana and Roots Rock, the record is a well founded collection of songs that resonate and grow with listeners, due to its diverse individuality as an album. With a sound that’s simple yet complex, easy-feeling but gritty and weathered, inspiring yet heartbreaking. It’s no stretch to say that there’s a song for every emotion on Lively’s “Stronger Ties”.

Born in Victoria, Texas, but raised just outside of town in the rural community of Inez, Mason Lively grew up in a country music atmosphere. His appreciation for the genre can be traced back to his childhood. Though he enjoyed and was exposed to many types of music, he would listen to artists like Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, and Ray Price to name a few. Growing up, while also being influenced by Blues and Classic Rock, Mason started to take interest and study the songwriting of artists from his home state’s music scene like Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Hayes Carll, and many more. As a result, when he started playing guitar at age 14, Mason claims that song-writing "sort of snuck up on him" not long after that.

Lively is currently in the studio working on his sophomore record with iconic Texas singer/songwriter Wade Bowen, and acclaimed producer Justin Pollard... It's safe to say that Mason Lively is going places in Country Music and beyond.

Josh Ward

“All grit and no quit.” These are the deeply rooted words that Josh Ward lives by to an absolute fault.

An anchored mindset that has led this Texas country music rising star from a drifter’s adolescence to the jeopardous game of the rodeo circuit to the punishing toil of the Texas oil fields, and on into the fickle arms of the music business. Some might argue whether it is having nine consecutive #1 hit singles in Texas under his belt that has garnered him staying power, or that he is killing it in the social media world with over 2 million views on YouTube and over 3 million streams globally on Spotify. Maybe it’s his 3 venerated album releases, or maybe because he can not only bat a full house on a 200 plus dates a year touring average, but also rope in crowds on a first time performance in an unfamiliar town. While impressive, all those distinctions can come and go in the world of music. The reason for his staying power turns out to be quite a simple one. And that is because Josh Ward is country music blood to bone, and both Josh Ward and country music are simply not going to go away.  Josh spent 2017 heavily touring off the strength of his previous album “Holding Me Together.” All six radio singles hit the #1 spot on the Texas Regional Radio Chart and Ward quickly found himself going from opening act to the headlining spot in a matter of months. But in the midst of his growing popularity, he gladly bent the knee to fellow country music artist and comrade Cody Johnson who introduced Ward to his West Coast audiences. Getting the chance to be endorsed by Cody Johnson and perform at sold out shows in brand new markets is the kind of opportunity music artists chomp at the bit to have. When Ward and his band returned to those areas a few months later all by their lonesome, he simply could not have guessed at the reception he would encounter. “When we went back to the West Coast by ourselves, it was sold out shows. I was literally blown away.” It was at that very point while far away from his familiar stomping grounds in Texas with new fans slapping him on the back that Ward knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that his music was catching on in a big way.  The Josh Ward band is Josh Ward (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Steve Cargill (bass), Justin Cogneato (drums), Woody Woodruff (lead guitar) and Glen Shankle (steel guitar).


Cody Hibbard

Growing up on his family farm in Adair, OK, Hibbard was first introduced to music while riding around in his dad’s tractor listening to Country radio as a kid. Years after picking up his first guitar, Cody started honing his songwriting skills, based on a deep-rooted love of country music, the values of hard work, and his many different life experiences including his acceptance into the United States Naval Academy to his traveling the countryside as a Pipeliner. Cody recorded his first single, Half Whiskey, Half Lonely in 2019 at Rosewood Studios with producer Drew Hall, followed by the rest of his debut EP with producer Philip Mosley. The result, Memory and a Dirt Road, saw Just for the Record debut at #25 on the Texas Music Pickers Spotify charts, as well as being added to the New Music Nashville and Texas Music Now Spotify editorial playlists. Having already performed on opening slots for names such as Sundance Head, Josh Ward, and Bart Crow, Cody and his band have a busy start to 2020, playing a wide array of legendary Texas venues, opening for a slew of Red Dirt/Texas Country heavy hitters, and taking their unique sound and style across state lines for the first time.

Jake Worthington

In 2014, Jake Worthington was named "Runner-Up" on Season 6 of the hit NBC TV Show "The Voice". While on the show, Jake released three songs that reached top 20 on Billboard. Success from “The Voice” led to a Social Media presence that reaches nearly 250,000 people across the US.

In October 2015, Jake released his first EP debuting at #16 Billboard Heat Seekers and #44 Billboard Country Albums. The first single off the EP “Just Keep Falling In Love” reached Top 50 on The Music Row Chart and Top 30 on The Texas Regional Radio Report. The Video was featured on GAC, CMT, and many other outlets.

In the summer of 2016, he released his follow-up single “How Do You Honky Tonk” and hit the road on the “How Do You Honky Tonk” Summer Tour sponsored by Amspec, Cinch Jeans, and Ernie Ball. The tour featured 26 stops in 16 states.

In 2017, Jake released his sophomore EP “Hell of a Highway” featuring hit songs “Don’t Think Twice” and “A Lot of Room to Talk”.

Jake is currently working on his debut album and will be on the road throughout the year in a city near you.  


Jamie Weston

At 3 years old Jamie Weston was falling asleep in the back of dancehalls around Texas to his grandfather’s band playing. Fast Forward 10 years, and you’d find him watching his uncles on stage too.  At the age of 18, Jamie joined the group Cheyenne as their main male vocalist. He stayed with the band for about 2 years, before he got the urge to start his own band.  Southern Sky was the product of that transition. Jamie led the band around Texas for roughly 5 years. Put out an album titled “Way Down Deep”. That earned him the opportunity to share stages with some of the top names in the circuit, I.E. Jack Ingram, Cameran Nelson, Stoney LaRue, Mike Ryan, Josh Ward, Cody Canada etc.

Time changes all things and gradually “Southern Sky” came to cease. Not ready to quit Jamie went back into the Studio and has released his first Self-titled EP; “My Getaway”, 5 tracks of Pedal to the Metal emotion. Jamie’s fire to succeed hasn’t burned hotter.

Now, with a new band, a new EP, and a whole new show, he can’t wait to play your stage.

“The Road is a long one. That’s for sure, but I’m no stranger to hard work. I’ve watched it and helped do it my whole life it feels like. This business is in my blood-literally and figuratively. I get to play on stages with people who were and some that still are my heroes, as I continue to grow. I’m anxious for what the future holds, and there are no guarantees in this business. But on most days, the good outweighs the bad and we keep moving forward. I couldn’t do this without my band and the support system of my Wife, Amanda, and my Son, Mason. They keep me going and I just hope I am making them proud.” Whether on Stage or in the Studio, my band and I put our all into it, and hope that folks enjoy our brand of Country Music.”-Jamie Weston

Sam Riggs

Given the choice, Sam Riggs would take skydiving over watching movies on any given Sunday. That sense of daring is a key element in his brand of country, a rock-infused sound with a chip on its sonic shoulder from a guy who counts Garth Brooks, Foo Fighters, Eric Church and A Day To Remember among his influences.

A St. Cloud, Florida, native, Riggs’ career took off after he set welding aside and quit college in a series of events he calls “the ultimate gamble.” His risky nature and rebel spirit show through in the music, and that no-fear approach to life is quickly setting him apart. “I need to push it to the edge,” he says. “I don’t know how to be any other way.” A growing audience has found him. To date, Riggs has racked up nearly 30 million streams on Spotify, 7.82 million views on YouTube and 30 thousand subscribers. A number of his singles hit the upper levels of the Texas charts, including the showstopper “Hold On And Let Go,” the thumping concert re-creation “High On A Country Song” and his vulnerable “Second Hand Smoke.” After signing a publishing deal with Major Bob Music in February 2019 and releasing the next evolution of his sound entitled, “Love & Panic” in June, Riggs and his team are cutting new music and focusing on securing a major label record deal in Nashville while he continues to tour the country.       

          

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Wynn Williams

Country music is more than just a cowboy hat and boots. It’s standing by your word, honoring a handshake, and working hard. Country music is not about where you’re from or what you wear; it’s about how you live. And, Wynn Williams lives country music.  At just 25-years-old, and now with multiple years of breakneck touring under his belt, Williams is gearing up to launch his self-titled debut album with a generous 14-track offering. The collection, produced by Roger Brown and featuring first single “Man What a Woman” and current hit “Yeah Buddy,” celebrates time-honored Texas traditions of honesty, hard work, respect, and a whole lot of fun. “The vision I had for this album was to have something for every kind of country music fan. The album is full of stories about real life. In my experience, life is truly a rollercoaster ride full of ups and downs, and I want to share those stories and experiences with fans of all genres. With that said, you can’t take yourself too seriously, so having fun while you’re living is what it’s all about!”  Williams is carrying on the tradition of country music from more than just the Greats. To Williams, country music is a family tradition left behind from a grandfather he never met. Warren Edwards was a singer and musician invited to join Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys as a touring musician during their prime. “My mom says that I am a spitting image of my granddad and that she sees so much of him in me. That’s a pretty cool thing.” Warren unfortunately had to decline the offer as his responsibilities lay at home with his wife and daughters, but every now and then Wynn will surprise his audience with some western swing as tribute.

As Wynn continues to play his songs to large audiences, he just hopes his new album resonates with his loyal fan base. “We’ve worked really hard on this album. It’s been an amazing experience and I just hope it makes an impact.” Not only will this collection remind fans why they fell in love with Wynn, it will remind them why they fell in love with country music. If this is just the beginning of many albums to come, country music is in good hands.


Matt Castillo

How The River Flows, Matt Castillo's third album and his first national release, marks a substantial leap forward for the South Texas-bred country artist.  The dynamic young performer, who's already carved out a D.I.Y. niche and built a loyal fan base on his home turf, embodies a rare convergence of talent, vision and charisma that confirms his status as one of the Lone Star state's most promising indie artists.  The 12-song How The River Flows—recorded in Nashville with noted producer/songwriter Roger Brown and an all-star assortment of some of country music's finest studio players—demonstrates what Castillo's regional fans already know. On such infectious new tunes as "Say It," "Evil Kind of Woman," "'Cause He's A Cowboy," "Leaving Brownsville Tonight" and "No Easy Way to You," Castillo effortlessly taps into a timelessly vital vein of the Lone Star state’s multiple musical traditions.  "This album has been two and half years in the making," Castillo notes. "The goal was for every song to be great, and for every song to have substance, and I feel like we've achieved that. Roger and I put a lot of thought into choosing the songs. We also had some long talks about the sonics of this record. We wanted to keep the South Texas flavor, but also to give it a universal vibe that will resonate with a wide range of listeners.”  "I'm always trying to grow as an artist and songwriter," Castillo asserts. "It hasn't always come easy, but I'm always working at it. My goals are pretty simple: to keep writing and recording, and to get into a position where I can tour hard across the U.S. I feel like making music is what I was put here for, so I'm not planning on stopping.”

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!