Life is made up of opportunities and when they knock, Jackson Dean & the Outsiders kill it on stage! 18 year old,country, singer/songwriter Jackson Dean was born and raised in Odenton, Maryland. Often compared to Chris Stapleton, Jackson Dean’s voice will blow you away with his old country, blues, rock and his own unique fusion of style! Jackson Dean released his first album “Flood Zone” in 2016. He continued playing local venues all over Maryland. In 2017, his second album “Who We Are” was released. Now graduated from high school, Jackson Dean will be investing all of his time into his music career. In November 2018, a video of him singing his heartfelt country rendition of the National Anthem went viral and reached over a million people. Now being discovered all over the United States, Jackson Dean is making a statement in the country music industry opening for Kane Brown, Jake Owen, Brothers Osborne and signed a publishing deal with Little Louder Music. Jackson Dean & the Outsiders was officially formed in 2018 including band members Sean Mercer (drums), Rich Kolm (base) and Brandon Aksteter (guitar). His new album “Ain’t No Saint” was released March 30, 2019.
Taylor was born and raised in Nashville, TN. She started singing before she could make complete sentences. Taylor has been singing in public since the age of 4 beginning at her church in Nashville. The first time Taylor sang the National Anthem was before a basketball game when she was in 4th grade, the same year she won 1st place in the K-12 talent show. Throughout elementary, middle, & high school, Taylor would often sing the National Anthem before taking the basketball or volleyball court to join her teammates. She’s sung for the Nashville Sounds, Lipscomb University, Rutherford Relay for Life, the Tennessee State Legislature, the Wilson County Reagan Day Dinner, MTEMC, and 9/11 Remembrance Ceremonies for the Murfreesboro Fire, Police, Rescue, First Responders and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department. Taylor performs at various places around Nashville, some including the world-famous Bluebird Café, headlining at Tootsie’s (Nashville and Panama City Beach), Honky Tonk Central, Rippy's, Kid Rock's, etc....
Taylor’s talent and support for Veterans (coincidently she was born on Veteran’s Day, November 11th) attracted the attention of Nashville talk show host Ralph Bristol (now also the President of Triple-A Entertainment) in 2013, at the age of 17, when she performed at his Armed Forces Day celebration at the American Legion Club in Donelson.
Southern by way of the Rust Belt, Scott Kurt's unique brand of country music blends the old school outlaw grit with elements of guitar-driven rock.
Influenced by artists like Eric Church, Jon Pardi, Luke Combs, and Tom Petty, Kurt strives for authenticity over perfection, vocally and melodically. The skillful storytelling behind his lyrics powered Kurt's single "American Man" to the iTunes Country Top 40.
His hard work and talent have earned Scott opening slots for some of country’s biggest and brightest stars, including Cole Swindell, Montgomery Gentry, Jimmie Allen, Eli Young Band, Kip Moore, Easton Corbin, and many more.
Stephanie Ryann is a singer and songwriter from New York whose music bridges the gap between country, pop, and rock. She grew up with a love of music stemming from her mother's days of singing in a band, and began writing her own lyrics and melodies by age 14. By the time she was 16 she began auditioning for shows such as American Idol, Nashville Star, and The Voice.
While building relationships and networking with fellow musicians, Stephanie has also taken on roles as a volunteer firefighter, fashion model, back up vocalist, and makeup artist to help fund her music. She has performed at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City alongside Alexis Babini and most recently performed as a back up singer for solo artist, Eliot Lewis, of the legendary pop duo Hall & Oates.
After a successful modeling career, including a features in Maxim Magazine, Redbook Magazine, and various advertisements, Stephanie is now working full time on making music her career. With the help of co-writers and producers she's crossed paths with along the way, Stephanie self-released her debut, self-titled EP in October 2018. Stephanie is now regularly gigging her own shows in New York and Connecticut with hopes to expand her touring platform by year end.
Elle Mears mixes laid-back SoCal vibes with spot-on country/pop instincts to create the soundtrack for good vibes.
Nashville-based artist Elle Mears started playing fiddle at age 4 and found a musical mentor in her uncle, legendary Bluegrass mandolin player Jimmy Gaudreau (Jimmy and the Jags, Chesapeake, Tony Rice, and Emmy Lou Harris).
“I went into the studio for the first time with my Uncle Jimmy, and that moment defined everything,” Elle remembers. “It was more than just a family tradition, it was everything I was meant for and born to do.”Since then she has appeared on stages across America, including: Cheyenne Frontier Days, The Heroes Amongst Us Tour, a Wyoming Home State Tour, as well as guest appearances on the syndicated “Ty, Kelly & Chuck Mornings” radio show.
Elle’s latest single, “Marry Me”, is available now, everywhere you enjoy music.