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With back-to-back Platinum albums and a grassroots following millions strong, Brantley Gilbert’s music has been shared, covered and adopted as the soundtrack to Saturday night and Sunday morning by audiences around the world. The Georgia native who started as the defiant life-of-the-party can still go ‘til sunrise, but he’s also emerged as something far greater: the leader of a massive tribe of hard-working, fun-loving believers for whom electric guitar-shredding, rapping, and twang can go hand-in-hand-in-hand. They call themselves the BG Nation, and when the BG Nation watches Gilbert on a stage, they don’t just see a star. They see themselves. Seven No. 1 hits punctuate his career: RIAA 7x Platinum-certified “Bottoms Up,” 2x Platinum “Country Must Be Country Wide,” 2x Platinum “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” 2x Platinum “One Hell of An Amen,” Platinum-certified collaboration with Lindsay Ell “What Happens In A Small Town,” and two chart-toppers as a songwriter with CMA Song of the Year nominee “Dirt Road Anthem” and “My Kinda Party.” Gilbert’s landmark record Just As I Am clinched the 2014 American Music Award for Favorite Country Album. Earning praise from the New York Times, NPR, American Songwriter, and more, Gilbert has mined a rich vein of conflict between the party and the pew on all of his albums. Instead of toiling in limbo, unable to enjoy good times for fear of Judgment Day, Gilbert fully lives––rowdy friend, man of faith, devoted husband, smitten new father––just as he is. So Help Me God (Deluxe Edition) is available now via The Valory Music Co., featuring 15 tracks all cowritten by Gilbert and collaborations with Blake Shelton and Vince Gill, Jason Aldean, HARDY and Toby Keith, and Jelly Roll. Gilbert is gearing up for his Off The Rails Tour 2024 along with select dates on Rock the Country this spring and summer.  


For additional information, visit  or follow him on Instagram, TikTok and Twitter @BrantleyGilbert and



The epitome of a grass-roots country star, 32 Bridge Entertainment/EMI Records Nashville talent Jon Langston gives new credence to the 10-year, 10,000-hour rule of mastering one’s craft. Arriving with a Gold-certified splash via the homespun, lost-in-love ballad “Forever Girl” in 2013 – the first song he ever wrote – Langston has spent the ensuing decade on a mission to grow as both an artist and man, working with some of the genre’s modern icons. A Georgia native schooled on ‘90s-country heroes like Alan Jackson, plus classic rock, Southern rap, R&B and more, his efforts have produced three EPs, a No. 1 all-genre iTunes debut (“When It Comes To Loving You”) and more than half a billion global streams – plus a 2022 Grand Ole Opry debut, sold-out headline shows and a spot on mentor Luke Bryan’s annual tour. Wielding a warm vocal buzz drenched in raspy Southern soul, and a modern-country sound blending warmth with in-the-moment muscle, Langston’s long-awaited debut album, Heart On Ice, is set for a September 8th release, marking his next step from open mics to country’s elite. Featuring 14 songs – 11 of which he co-wrote – and produced by Jody Stevens, Jacob Rice and Brad Wagner, the concept album infuses his country-radio roots with a fresh electricity, and adds a bold sense of maturity to the singer-songwriter’s catalog of party anthems and ballads built on a wounded-but-still-beating heart. Early releases like “Whiskey Does” and “Ain’t No Cowboy” proved his knack for a romantic hook has only sharpened since “Forever Girl,” while “Heart On Ice” serves as a showcase of the intention Langston brings to both music and life – and a hint toward deep-feeling hits yet to come. Now savoring life like a glass of top-shelf bourbon – and making country music with the same barrel-aged patience – Langston is currently featured on Luke Bryan’s Country On Tour, and can be found headlining shows across the nation. 


Since making her debut with 2016’s multi-award-winning Grace & Grit, Meghan Patrick has
embodied the kind of unbridled truth-telling that leaves listeners feeling undeniably seen and
understood. A back-to-back CCMA Female Artist of the Year whose accolades also include 18
CMAOntario Awards, the Nashville-based artist doubled down on that soul-baring specificity in the
making of her latest project, The Greatest Show On Dirt. Over the course of the EP’s six intimately
detailed tracks, the rural-Ontario-born singer/songwriter sets her storytelling to a high-energy but
expansive sound that stretches beyond the boundaries of country—a move befitting of a musician
whose background includes co-founding an all-girl band at age 13, studying opera and jazz, fronting
a 10-piece funk act that once opened for Aretha Franklin, and touring extensively as part of a
bluegrass group. Anchored in the powerful vocal work she’s brought to the stage as support for
legends like Dwight Yoakam and top artists including Keith Urban, Old Dominion, Kip Moore,
Brothers Osborne and more, the result is a body of work that captures the nuances of her emotional
experience with equal parts boldness, humor, and wildly colorful originality.



Claudia Hoyser is an American country music singer, songwriter and social influencer. She has recently supported Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Brantley Gilbert, Ryan Bingham, Riley Green, Randy Houser, Charles Esten, Conner Smith, Chris Young, Jessie James Decker, Mitchell Tenpenny and more! Her songs have been featured in international movies, national advertising campaigns including Camping World, and have charted consecutively on the Music Row Breakout Charts - all prior to any album release. With over 120 million organic streams on Facebook alone, Claudia’s fingerprint voice and musical palette evokes nostalgic feelings through the gift of modern story or can bring on some dusty edge with her sultry country soul. She first gained recognition in 2017 when an unmixed demo of her song "No Matter What it Costs” found its way to local country radio and was added to the playlist after listener response. That single string of events, built Hoyser’s confidence in being accepted into country music circles.
Claudia is the epitome of a working musician; she built a loyal fanbase garnering an average of 800,000 weekly viewers hosting 126 episodes of her Facebook music series Hoyser Country Monday. She hid a vintage Moka pot in every video which ultimately led to the creation of her own coffee and whiskey brand “Hoyser Country.” Check out more about Hoyser Country Blend Coffee and Hoyser Country Drunken Bean coffee whiskey at Claudia also hosted Fired Up Live with Claudia Hoyser, where she was joined by other artists as they share stories from the road and musical performances. Recent guests have included Rhonda Vincent, Caroline Spence, Pam Tillis, Jeannie Seely, Deanna Carter, James Otto, Mark Wills, Chuck Wicks, Allie Colleen and actor C. Thomas Howell.
Wielding a true DIY spirit, Claudia has written over 200 songs and would love you to hear her debut album she co-produced, Red Light’s Turning Green. Now available on all streaming platforms.

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