Spayed Koolie (Friday Nov 8th)
Spayed Koolie is the musical project
created by David Dorr. The band is comprised of several
handpicked prodigies by David himself to collectively convey
the melodies that he has extracted from the depths of the
human soul. The music finds redemption mixed with, sorrow
and anger, blended smooth like a warm glass of Calvados
Brandy with a slight hint of American blues in the
aftertaste. The songs rich with musical vibrance, emanate
the sounds of rock and roll through edgy guitar riffs,
eclectic bass runs and classical piano tones. Like Cooley
himself, David has in a similar fashion visited the depths
of emptiness, brought forth from personal demons and toxic
relationships, some resulting from fate's cruel timing, and
others a shameful product of himself.
Rico Monaco Band (Friday Nov 8th)
Rico Monaco Band is a red hot rock band with Latin influences that has performed around the world. The band performs their unique original songs & classic RMB stylized remakes for concerts.
Good Luck Penny (Friday Nov 8th)
Good Luck Penny, a hot new country trio
from Orlando, Florida, was born in 2012 when its three
members participated in a USO Tour across Europe. Knit
together in a team of musicians with a shared desire to
serve the troops, the trio established an undeniable
connection as friends, as songwriters, and as performers on
stage. Since 2012, they've continued making waves across
Europe and the southeastern United States, released their
first radio single, and now they're set to release their
debut EP in the fall of 2013.
Headliner - Montgomery Gentry (Friday Nov 8th)
With a new
album, a new label and a renewed sense of musical purpose,
Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry are poised to stake their
claim as one of country music’s all-time greatest duos. When
the two Kentucky boys—Eddie, is from Lancaster and Troy is
from Lexington—first busted onto the national scene in 1999
with the defiant “Hillbilly Shoes” notice was served—country
music had never seen a hard driving duo like this.
Pete Hunt (Saturday Nov 9th)
From his hometown
right here in Florida is where Pete decided to start the
Southern Branded project bringing you a whole new wave of
Southern Fried music! From his first album release titled
“Alligator Alley” to his new EP coming out in 2014 titled
“Do You Wanna Cowboy” you will be sure to get the Southern
Branded boot stompin‘, fiddle pickin‘, southern rockin‘
fever!! Pete has a unique voice that allows him to entertain
all angles of country music from Country Rock, Traditional
Country and Southern Fried Country! His unusual drilling
signature twist pf baritone vocals will sure touch anyone's
heart! See Pete Hunt & Southern Branded live and you will be
hooked on the high energy these guys put out!!
Southern Brotherz (Saturday Nov 9th)
Rusty, Critter and Duke make up the group we know as Southern Brotherz. Considering each other as brothers, they grew up together in the same hometown located in North Georgia with strong musical influences on each of them individually. At different times in each of their careers, they have opened for legendary bands such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Charlie Daniels, Little Big Town, Tracy Lawrence and others.
Southern Brotherz are a Nashville recorded act that write and publish their own music. The Southern Brotherz play numerous shows in Central Florida each year. Critter lives in Ocoee, Florida.
Mark Wills (Saturday Nov 9th)
Have a chat with
Mark Wills for a few minutes, and he's likely to
discuss the passions of his life - his music, his family,
the live concerts, his TV show "3 Gun Nation,"
and of course the social causes he pours himself
into. Wills has
numerous hits under his belt already "Jacob's Ladder,"
"Don't Laugh At Me," "I Do (Cherish You)" and his seven-week
number one smash, "19 Something," which was the 2nd
most played song at country radio for the 2010 decade to
name just a few. In addition, he has sold millions of
Daryle Singletary (Saturday Nov 9th)
Hardcore country traditionalist, Daryle
Singletary, has built a career based on musical integrity.
By the time he reached his teens, Daryle was a rabid country
music fan, enthralled by the sounds of Keith Whitley, George
Strait and his all-time favorite, Randy Travis.With
chart-topping singles including “I’m Living Up to Her Low
Expectations,” “I Let Her Lie,” “Too Much Fun” & “Amen Kind
of Love,” among many others, Daryle Singletary still knows
who he is, and still knows what he likes.
Andy Griggs (Saturday Nov 9th)
Andy grew up listening to 10,000
different albums, all the way from Jimmy Swaggart to Prince
and everything in between. It was nothing to go straight
from Ozzy to Ralph Stanley, on his daddy’s old turntable.
By the time he was a teenager
the nights were ending with his brother Mason sittin’ on the
couch singin’ his heart out, just him alone with his guitar.
Jerrod Niemann (Saturday Nov 9th)
Jerrod Niemann’s debut for Sea Gayle/Arista
Nashville includes up-tempo cuts, heartache balladry, wicked
wordplay and a couple of cool covers, all woven together
with short comedic interludes. The 20 tracks constitute a
progressive, album-length voyage into utterly unique
territory in the country music landscape.
Headliner - Travis Tritt (Saturday Nov 9th)
Travis Tritt was one of the leading
new country singers of the early '90s, holding his own
Clint Black, and
Alan Jackson. He was the only one not to wear a hat
and the only one to dip into bluesy Southern rock.
Consequently, he developed a gutsy, outlaw image that
distinguished him from the pack. Throughout the early
'90s, he had a string of platinum albums and Top Ten
singles, including three number one hits.