Known for its theatrical live show and the black masks that most of its members wear on-stage, Mushroomhead is one of the more unique and adventurous alternative metal outfits that emerged in the 1990s. And the Cleveland band's music is as interesting as its image; Mushroomhead's forceful yet melodic alterna-metal incorporates elements of hip-hop, punk, and goth rock as well as industrial and techno.
Cody Wickline is from the mountains of Southern West Virginia and grandson of a coal miner who taught Cody to love country music. While in nursing school Cody was contacted by NBC's "The Voice" and asked to audition. He sang "He Stopped Loving Her Today" by George Jones for his blind audition and all four coaches turned their chairs around. Cody chose Blake.
Since "The Voice" Cody has opened for Lynyrd Skynyrd, JoDee Messina, performed at the opening of the George Jones museum, and performed every weekend around the country at venues and numerous fairs and festivals.
A fresh young talent whose music is steeped in country music tradition, William Michael Morgan is a singer and songwriter who was too young to order a beer when he made his first steps toward Nashville stardom. At 19, Morgan landed a publishing contract with Warner/Chappell Music and a recording deal with Warner Music Nashville. Morgan's first single for Warner, "I Met a Girl," was released in July 2015, and received enthusiastic reviews from the country music blogosphere before gaining airplay on terrestrial and satellite radio alike.
Granger Smith In ConcertFeaturing Earl Dibbles Jr.
Texas born, raised and educated, Granger Smith left his Dirt Road Driveway behind to tour the world and elswhere. He and Earl Dibbles Jr. have toured 10 countries and 3 continents singin' his "Backroad Song" and sharing a little bit of Texas with the world - the right way!