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 State whose music bridges the gap between country, pop, and rock. Often compared to the likes of Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris, her storytelling type writing style and unique sound sets her apart from other country artists on the scene.
With the help of her co-writers and producers, Stephanie Ryann released her debut, self-titled EP in October 2018 and has released a “Summer Series” of songs, including “Home”, “Travelers” and “Summer Fling”. Her debut single of 2020, "For a Reason" has already received rave reviews from the media, while her COVID inspired single, "Nights Like These" has gotten outstanding media attention.
Ryann has opened for The Felice Brothers, Carolyn Miller, Cole Swindell, Midnight North, Jackson Dean and Jamie McLean, and has also performed as a back up singer for solo artist, Eliot Lewis, of the legendary pop duo Hall & Oates. Due to the pandemic, Ryann is now regularly gigging her own shows via Instagram Live titled #PAJAMASESSIONS on Sundays at 11AM EST.
Stephanie is currently an unsigned artist looking for representation in the music industry.