Texas born Paslay has co-written five No. 1 hits including “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” (Eli Young Band), “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” (Jake Owen), “Angel Eyes” (Love & Theft), “Rewind” (Rascal Flatts) and his own smash hit single, “Friday Night,” from his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. Paslay has earned nominations for Best Country Song at the GRAMMY Awards, ACM Song of the Year and CMA Song of The Year for “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” in 2013 and earned his first GRAMMY nomination as an artist in 2016 for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “The Driver”.
Nashville based, Australian singer-songwriter Sinead Burgess has been writing and recording since she was a teen. Her debut acoustic album ‘Damaged Goods’ (out now) was recorded over 3 days in Nashville and is a collection of stripped-back, tell-all acoustic collection of songs from her experiences and a clear indicator of what she does best – writing and performing raw, authentic music.
At just 9-years-old, Lacy began her career in entertainment, landing a lead role on Barney and Friends. Now 22-years-old, the Minden, Louisiana native has spent the last five years writing music in Nashville. During that time, she has toured nationwide with Morgan Wallen and Chase Rice, and has played shows with Kane Brown, Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Chris Lane, and Dustin Lynch. Her singles “Cheating On U, “Get Away With It” and “Blue Suede Couch” have over 5 million streams and have earned praise from Rolling Stone. Lacy’s debut EP ‘k, I’m done’ is available now.
Travis Collins is a seven-time Golden Guitar winner and a true Australian country music superstar. With a growing string of hit albums, #1 songs, awards and a decade of winning fans all across the country under his belt, he continues to cement his footprint as a mainstay on the Australian music landscape. Collins is as well-known for his masterful guitar playing and powerhouse vocals as he is for his depth of song-writing and high energy live performances. His sixth studio album ‘Brave and the Broken’ is out now.
Canadian Jess Moskaluke is the first Canadian female country artist to have a song in the Top 5 Canadian country music singles chart since 2008, when her single “Drive Me Away” peaked at No. 3. She is also the first female Canadian country artist since Shania Twain to achieve Platinum single status, with “Cheap Wine and Cigarettes”. Moskaluke received six Canadian Country Music Awards in 2018 (including Album of the Year and Single of the Year) and won the 2017 JUNO Award winner for Country Album of the Year. With a growing fan base, Moskaluke now has over 23 million views on YouTube to date and her current single is “Save Some of That Whiskey”.
Texan Raelynn is a two-time ACM New Female vocalist nominee. She penned her single “Tailgate” alongside Canaan Smith, Corey Crowder and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard, and recently dropped her upbeat country rocker “Rowdy”. Raelynn’s empowering anthem “Queens Don’t” showed off another side of the rising star and has earned upwards of 20 million on-demand streams without radio airplay, adding to her cumulative career streaming total of more than 300 million to date. Raelynn’s debut album “WildHorse” was a No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart and Top 10 on Billboard’s All-Genre Albums Sales Chart upon release and recognized among the best country albums of 2017 by Rolling Stone, UPROXX and Stereogum. Raelynn’s tour credits include runs with Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, FGL, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton.