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Joe Nichols was born in 1976 in Rogers, Arkansas. His first love of music came to him through his father, a trucker by trade who was also a guitar player in a number of local country music bands. Initially, Joe fell in love with rock music and even joined a band and performed, before returning to his original influences. Nichols did not experience immediate success with his endeavors; his first self-titled debut spawned only a few moderately successful singles, and a second album did not f...Joe Nichols Bio Continue
American country music singer John Conlee was born in 1946 in Versailles, Kentucky. John began singing at a very young age, while still in elementary school, and he learned to play guitar as a teenager. As a young man, Conlee first began work as a disc jockey for a local radio station before moving to Nashville in the early 1970’s, in pursuit of a career as a musician.John Conlee Bio Continue
Country music sensation John Michael Montgomery was born in 1965 in Danville, Kentucky. He learned to play guitar from his father, and when he was a teenager, John Michael teamed up with his relatives to participate in a family band before attempting to launch a solo career. Eventually, in the early 1990’s, Montgomery caught the attention of Atlantic Records, and he signed with the label before releasing Life’s a Dance, his debut album, in 1992. Life’s a ...John Michael Montgomery Bio Continue
The American folk singer and songwriter John Prine was born in 1946 in Maywood, Illinois. John learned to play the guitar as a young teenager, and although he entered the military as a young man, serving during the Vietnam War period, he continued to play and write music throughout his service and after his return. A chance meeting with Kris Kristofferson led to Prine’s entry into th...John Prine Bio Continue
John Rich was born in 1974 and grew up in Tennessee. Shortly after graduating from high school, Rich moved to Nashville and began working at Opryland USA as a singer and performer. The experience at Opryland led to his joining the band Texasee, which would eventually be renamed Lonestar. It’s with Lonestar that Rich rose to fame as the band’s bass guitarist, singer, and occasional songwriting, penning such chart-topping hits as “Say When” and “come Cryin&rsquo...John Rich Bio Continue
The American country music singer Jon Pardi was born in 1985. Pardi rose to prominence when in 2010, he toured alongside Dierks Bentley as the artist’s opening act. By 2012, Pardi had signed with Capitol Records and released his debut single, “Missin’ You Crazy,” which rose into the top forty on the country charts. ...Jon Pardi Bio Continue
The country band Josh Abbott Band was established by Josh Abbott in 2006, in Lubbock, Texas. Abbott was at the time pursuing his Masters degree, but a lifelong love of music was also occupying his focus during these years. After founding the band with three of his fraternity brothers (Drew Hurt, Neel Huey, and Austin Davis), Abbott left his studies to focus on music full-time, and by 2009, Josh Abbott Band had released their debut album, Scapegoat. Scapegoat di...Josh Abbott Band Bio Continue
Josh Gracin was born Joshua Mario Gracin in 1980 in Westland, Michigan. Josh developed an early love of music in general, but especially country music, and when he was still a teenager he began performing at school talent shows, state fairs, and even at the Grand Ole Opry when he was sixteen, for a national competition. Around the same time, Gracin recorded his first demo, but after graduating from college, he initially opted to join the Marines instead of pursuing a career in music. ...Josh Gracin Bio Continue
Josh Kelley was born in 1980 in Augusta, Georgia. Josh learned to play guitar before he was a teenager, and formed a band with his brother Charles when a few years later. His brother would go on to form Lady Antebellum, but Josh would set his sights on a solo career. After leaving the University of Mississippi at Oxford, Kelley released his independent debut, Changing Faces, in 2001. The album brought him to the attention of Hollywood Records, and they signed Josh in the following year.Josh Kelley Bio Continue
Josh Thompson was born in 1978 in Wisconsin and grew up fairly far removed from the music scene. His earliest years were spent working in construction, even when he was still just a teenager, but after moving to Nashville in 2005, he began to earn gigs as a songwriter. During this time, Thompson penned songs for such notable artists as Jason Michael Carroll, and it wasn’t long before he’d garnered the attention of Columbia Records for his own recording contract. Josh...Josh Thompson Bio Continue
Josh Turner was born in 1977 in Hannah, South Carolina. As a young man, Josh often sang in the local church choir, and shortly after graduating from high school, he moved to Nashville and began preparing for a career as a performer. His debut on the Grand Ole Opry, singing his self-written song, “Long Black Train,” earned him a standing ovation, highly unusual praise for an unknown performer. Shortly thereafter, Josh Turner released a series of singles (“Long Black Train,...Josh Turner Bio Continue
The American country singer Juice Newton was born Judy Kay Newton in 1952 in Lakehurst, New Jersey. Long before Juice grew up to become one of the country’s most celebrated country and pop performers, she grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, learning to play guitar and experimenting with her vocal style. In the early 1970’s, she formed her first band, Juice Newton and the Silver Spur, and the group garnered the attention of RCA Records. After signin...Juice Newton Bio Continue
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Country music entertainment and country music artists are mostly associated with the rural regions of the southern U.S. Country music singers and country bands tend to live and work around Nashville, TN, which is where most country entertainers go to meet other country musicians to write and record with the hopes of becoming famous and hitting the mainstream country music markets. These country bands, singers and musicians are categorized in various types of country music groups including classic country music artists, outlaw country music artists and contemporary country music artists to name a few. Once a country music artist is successful in securing a top country song, they can be signed to a county music agency and be booked at country music festivals and fairs. Country music celebrities can be booked for fees that range from $10,000 to over $1,000,000. Usually these prices include transportation and backline gear as most famous country music celebrities often travel by bus and bring their own equipment to the concerts, fairs and festivals that hire them. Country music entertainers have seen a greater role in the contemporary mainstream music market as well, with many country singers and country performers crossing over to the pop market as well.
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