Maggie Baugh

Multi-instrumentalist, and singer/songwriter, Maggie Baugh is a young, South Florida based county music sensation! At 17 years old, she has a publishing deal, she is a Nashville Recording artist, singer/songwriter, guitar player and dynamic fiddle player. Maggie Baugh has played fiddle onstage with Neal McCoy and Charlie Daniels Band. (Yes, she is the one that played Devil Went Down to Georgia with Charlie Daniels -

Catt McCreary

CATT MCCREARY, is a performng artist, who creates a sound viewed as a fusion of blues-rock and pop. She has developed a following that describes her vocals as having a “distinct tone” and “an old soul.” Growing up in Georgia, Catt performed in Athens and Atlanta, while still traveling to Nashville to work on her music. After graduating high school in 2016, she moved to Nashville to study under and learn from industry professionals offering a wealth of knowledge. Aside from her unique pop style, her upbeat personality, and soulful voice, her genuine devotion to sharing music is what has pushed her to get to this point. Releasing her first single, Home in October of 2014, followed by How Goodnight Used to Be, One of a Kind, and Sting of Lies, her EP release is scheduled for 2018.

Drake Austin

Born November 4th 1997 in Columbus, Ohio.  Drake Austin Plantz started his musical journey at the age of ten with guitar lessons. At the age of twelve he was in his first band, "Chaotic 720".

Playing local venues, Fairs and festivals.

Ed Anderson

Ed Anderson is a musician whose music mixes old and new country with a dash of blues-rock. Growing up in a small town of Youngsville, North Carolina he never forgets where he comes from and pays homage to it with his music. His dream and his devotion towards his passion is what has pushed him forward in his career. Some of his influences are John Denver, Merle Haggard, Rodney Atkins, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, John Pardi, Jimmy Rose, Don Williams, Paul McCartney, Willie Nelson, and Luke Bryan.