Rascal Flatts is a country music trio formed by Gary LeVox, Jay Demarcus, and Joe Don Rooney in Columbus, Ohio in 1999. From their 11 albums they have had 13 No. 1 on the charts and gone on 14 headlining tours. In 2011 King Pen began doing A&R for their albums Changed, Rewind, and Back To Us.
A Nashville icon for more than two decades, Trace Adkins has made his mark on the country-music industry. 11 million albums sold. Time-honored hit singles. Momentous, fiery and always memorable live performances. Grammy nominations. Even a slew of movie and TV roles have come the Grand Ole Opry member’s way. Ask Adkins what’s left to prove in his career and the small-town Louisiana native says it’s simple: To continually feel the excitement that comes after whipping up a new song out of thin air and laying it down to tape. “It’s an adrenaline rush and I love it,” says Adkins, who spent much of last year in a Nashville studio writing and recording with some of Nashville’s most respected songwriters including Shane McNally, Tyler Farr and Craig Campbell. The result was Something’s Going On, his 12th studio album and his first release on his new label, BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records.
It’s very rare in today's music industry to come across a young artist such as Erin Kinsey that creates soulful lyrics, skillfully plays seven instruments and has such dynamic vocals. Erin began singing and playing guitar at the young age of 11 and, for the last several years, she’s been wowing audiences in Texas, Music City and beyond. This Rockwall, Texas native has performed at noteworthy venues and events such as Love and War in Texas, The Gaylord Texan, The Dallas International Film Festival and CMA Festival. In addition, Erin captured the attention of Creative Artist Agency as they signed her to their roster. Erin has had the distinct privilege to perform in London at the C2C Festival at the early age of 15; took the stage to open for Hunter Hayes during the St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Concert at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville at the age of 17 and then in October of 2020, she made her Grand Ole Opry debut at just 20 years old. Erin performed her song “PINK” along with Rita Wilson and Victoria Shaw, during the annual “Opry Goes Pink” show, with a huge lineup supporting the fight against breast cancer. Erin helped pen the incredibly moving song that has now become the anthem for Susan G. Komen with Jodi Marr and Victoria Shaw. “PINK” features five legendary artists on the track from country, pop and R&B -- Dolly Parton, Monica, Jordin Sparks, Rita
Wilson and Sara Evans and was released by Brighter Day Records in October 2020. The song imagines a day when pink is just another color and no longer the symbol of breast cancer.
In March 2021, Erin’s acoustic performance of her song, “Drunk Too” garnered more than half a million views on TikTok. While she was thrilled, it was the number of shares and all the comments that inspired Erin to record the song and release it as her debut single in April, months ahead of schedule. Erin is writing with some of Nashville’s top songwriters, working on her artistry and can often be found playing songwriter rounds at the historic Bluebird Café and The Listening Room Cafe. She’s also been a guest performer on several TV programs including a PBS songwriter series Under the Covers with Victoria Shaw featuring country artist Jimmie
Allen and legendary songwriter Liz Rose. If there was ever a new talent to watch, it’s Erin Kinsey.
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