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multi-faceted artist Danielle Bradbery has stepped into her own lane with sophomore album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, out now on BMLG Records. As the title suggests, Bradbery re-introduced herself after taking time since her debut LP to focus on the writing process and, for the first time, infusing her own story into her songs – penning seven of the album’s 10 tracks. Lead single, Sway, perfectly infused her R&B, soul and country influences, while empowering follow-up anthem, Worth It, led to national TV performances of the emotional tune on NBC’s TODAY and The Voice. See 5 tour dates featuring Danielle Bradbery
A native of Warner Robins, Georgia, Mercury Nashville’s Travis Denning vividly remembers the moment he realized he wanted to pursue music for a living. He was seven years old sitting in his Dad’s truck and heard AC/DC for the first time. From then on, he was hooked and devoured all types of music from country, pop, rock and heavy metal.
Travis started playing local bars at the age of 16 and built a solid following from his distinctive songs and raucous guitar licks. He moved to Nashville in 2014 and within a year signed a publishing deal with Jeremy Stover’s RED Creative Group. After securing outside cuts by Jason Aldean, Justin Moore, Michael Ray and Chase Rice he caught the attention of Universal Music Group where he eventually signed a record deal in 2017. See 5 tour dates featuring Travis Denning
A confessional, no-nonsense singer-songwriter, and one whose voice and perspective brims with relatability, Hayes is a tried-and-true Nashville standout. He’s an original in a town all-too-often rife with mimicry and compromise. And, now, he has audiences flocking to him in a major way. See 5 tour dates featuring Walker Hayes
The Muscle Shoals, Alabama native has a 'deep-rooted, classic sound' (Wide Open Country) influenced heavily by the rich music history from her hometown. Her songs showcase a 'powerful, raw, honest collection' (All Access), which has earned her recognition as the only artist in the genre selected for Entertainment Weekly’s 2019 Artists To Watch list.
The singer made Rolling Stone’s 10 Best County EPs of 2018, Amazon and NPR’s Best Music of 2018 list, while earning additional 2019 Artist To Watch acclaim from multiple outlets including AOL, Pandora, Music Row, PopCulture, Sounds Like Nashville and more. See 5 tour dates featuring Rachel Wammack