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Delnora is a singer/songwriter based just outside of Nashville, Tennessee. She grew up in Princeton, WV and has been performing her signature blend of roots, country and folk music across the country since she was a teenager, continuing a long and distinguished family tradition in music.
"Music’s in the bloodlines for Delnora Reed; her great-grandfather Henry Reed’s fiddle tunes are a centerpiece of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. Her own efforts, while steeped in old-time country and bluegrass, are considerably more contemporary. Such songs as “Sleepwalking” split the difference between Alison Krauss and Patty Griffin, with hushed sincerity and gutsy delivery." ~ K. Oliver
Delnora was a founding member of Blue Eyed Grass, a critically acclaimed duo. In addition to writing and performing music, she managed the duo, promoted it nationwide, and produced three studio albums. When the duo ended, she turned her attention back to being a solo act. Throughout her career she has written with some of Nashville’s finest songwriters. A few years ago she began working with Reed Nielson (“My Town”, “Little Liza Jane”, and many more). They collaborated on six remarkable songs that formed the backbone of her solo project, “My Song”.
In 2019, Delnora released the single “When You’re Gone” to Inspirational Country Radio was rewarded both with a place on the charts and a nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year at ICMA Awards. With the follow-up release of her single “Battlecry” she, again, hit the charts and is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year in 2020. Currently, Delnora is working on a new project, “Blank Page”. Five of its songs were co-written with ICMA Songwriter of the Year Corey Lee Barker, and has enlisted the help of Chris Golden, the reigning ICMA Entertainer of the Year, as co-producer.
"There is a hidden gem in Nashville that deserves more recognition than she has ever received by the name of Delnora Reed. She has one of the prettiest voices in Music City and has finally released a new record titled, My Song. Her voice is so pure you can hear the emotions with every word… After reviewing her albums for some time, it has been an honor to see her grow as an artist and with the results of My Song she has finally found her mark."
~ Scott Sexton
Delnora has shared the stage with Craig Morgan, Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, Jerry Salley, Marty Stuart, Jeff Bates, Eddie Stubbs, The Chuck Wagon Gang, Chris Golden, Joe Allen, Stella Parton, Georgette Jones, Paul Thorn, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Buddy Jewell, Leona Williams, Leonard Ahlstrom, Jason Deere, Jan Howard, Roy Clark, Jr., Jett Williams, Billy Yates, Buck Moore, Gary Duffey, Ed Bruce, Mark Alan Cash, Tommy Barnes, Joey and Rory, Ashley Campbell, The Steep Canyon Rangers, Jessie McReynolds and so many more. She also recorded as a member of the trio The Shotgun Rubies for Grammy Award winner Carl Jackson’s remarkable project, “Orthophonic Joy – The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited”, which was released on Sony Records.
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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

Jamie Adamson has spent the majority of his life singing and writing songs. Jamie grew up between Alabama and Mississippi where he was either listening to his Grandpa Herman play guitar or fiddle around the wood stove in the back room of their old general store home place or watching his mother and dad sing in church. Jamie eventually became a part of those old gospel style camp meetings where he started out playing a snare and high-hat with Pastor Ray Thompson. Jamie would soon get his first guitar at age 13 from Pastor Ray and take his first crack at learning to play an electric guitar. The skills he learned early in life carried him on to Nashville at the age of 23. Where he honed his singing and guitar skills to the degree of actually becoming a working musician. Jamie toured the casino and club circuit for many years and shared a stage with greats like Steve Cropper of The Blues Brothers Band, Blind Mississippi Morris, Jerry Waddell, Ryan Larkins from CMT Can You Duet, Jennie C Riley, and Mark Collie. Jamie moved back to the Alabama Gulf Coast in 2015 and is looking to build on the music career he started in Tennessee. If you have an opportunity to see him perform you will not be disappointed. Jamie's songs are written with heart felt lyrics, coming from true life experiences, and filled with pure raw emotion.

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

Sean Gasaway is an award winning songwriter, entertainer, publisher, record executive, record producer, and content creator also known as Bacon and Gasoline. Sean is a native of Escatawpa, Mississippi, now residing in Nashville. Sean's incredible journey has led to performances all over the world including his proudest performance to date, singing his hit "Stomp" and The National Anthem, in front of 75,000 Pittsburgh Steeler Fans at Heinz Field. Sean is a Two-Time Native American Music Awards Song and Single Of The Year winner (2017 & 2018), and has songs used on NBC’s Today Show, FOX Sports, ESPN on ABC, FITE, The Sportsman Channel, headlined shows in Luckenbach Texas, the World Famous Bluebird Café, International Festivals including The Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival, year round performances at the World Famous Flora-Bama, various House Concerts from Texas to New England, holds major publishing deals in every country in the world, garnering over 200 revenue earning copyrights, four #1 songs on the Americana and Independent charts, six Top 40 on Billboard and Independent Charts, songs in major movies, documentaries, and NFL Sports. After releasing his highly acclaimed 2016 album release "Mississippi Vol. 1", Sean blazed a new trail with his trend setting bootleg mixtape CD’s "Mixtape, Mississippi", “Mixtape, Mississippi 2”, and “Mixtape 3- The EP”. Sean is currently recording his 5th studio album, and it’s going to ROCK!

Sean has been in the music business for over 25 years, and has successfully written songs that have been published in all major genres including Rock, Country, Americana, Trop Rock, Rap, Gospel, R&B, and Pop. Sean has and is currently writing, performing, producing, and touring with bands including 3 Doors Down, Cowboy Troy, Mickie James, Deborah Allen, The Ying Yang Twins, Chapel Hart, Payton Smith, Analise Hoveyda, Rosevelt Rawls, Brandon Green, Kat Perkins, The Highway Women, and Rachel Stacy to name a few.

Songwriter/ Entertainer/ Producer/ Music Mogul Sean Gasaway, Mississippi boy, has become a hurricane-like force to be reckoned with.

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

WestWend is an Americana/country duo comprised of Jonathan Maness (guitar, vocals) and Wendy Crowe (vocals). Established in 2011 in Knoxville, Tennessee, they perform and record new traditional country music. With Jonathan’s roots in bluegrass and Wendy’s roots stemming from the Delta blues, classic country, and Motown, they have come together to create a sound all their own.

WestWend’s latest CD, “Linger For A While”, takes bluegrass standards and makes them new again, while their originals capture their audience with a traditional flavor. Wendy’s voice has been best compared to Alison Krauss, while Jonathan’s rich baritone and agile flatpicking are well known to audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. WestWend has performed at some of the biggest festivals in the United States and Europe including: the Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion, the National Cornbread Festival, the St. Augustine Seafood festival, the Pensacola Great Gulf Festival and more. They also performed a 14 day tour in 5 european countries, including the Spring Bluegrass Festival in Switzerland. They have also opened for Rhonda Vincent, Guy Clark, and Tyler Hilton.


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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

The Larry Scroggs Band is an independent multi-genre / original music band based out of Northeast Georgia. Most members sing, transferring lead vocal roles throughout a show, making the song selection unpredictable. Larry Scroggs is a working songwriter and is currently co-writing with several respectable local and Nashville writers. The band was established in 2012 by front man Larry Scroggs. Members include Larry Scroggs- (Vocals/ Bass Guitar/ Guitar/ Songwriter, Keith Elliott (Drums/ Vocals), Chris Motes (Lead Guitar/ Vocals), "The Deacon" Jason Sauls (Keyboard & Vocals)
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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

A small-town girl with a big-time faith whose talent, look and voice conjures up memories of a young Carrie Underwood, Ava currently finds herself on the cusp of country music stardom.
And for good reason.
The 22-year-old with the fresh sound and addicting spirit likes to say she was born to play music. Her grandfather plays the guitar, her parents once served as worship leaders and everyone around her sings…. everyone. In fact, as a little girl, Ava would sing so much that her mom often found herself politely asking her talented daughter to stop, for even just a moment, so they could sit down at the table and at least enjoy a dinner together in peace.
Ava’s current single, “He’s Like a Habit,” brings with it a playful energy and an undeniable spunk that will soon infuse the country music industry with a youthful spirit not seen since the early days of Taylor Swift. And the song with the infectious hook also reminds us that, despite the weight of an ongoing pandemic, it’s still fun to be young and there is still fun to be had.
And Ava wants the world to feel that fun again.


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Jason Adams is a country music artist. He was born March 15th 1977 in Adrian, Michigan and was raised in the small Village of Camden, MI. He began performing at the age of 5 and began the writing process at the age of 16. He has had many accomplishments in his life including, but not limited to:
He won the Rising Star-Male Vocalist Of The Year
He received the Horizon Entertainer of the Year award for 2013 from the NACMAI North American Country Music Association International
He was the opening act for Bill Haley’s Comets twice
He sang with great artists such as country music legends Johnny Moore, Ronnie McDowell, Dan Seals, Lynn Anderson, Wade Jackson and others
He performed on Nashville Cowboy Church with Joann Cash, Glenn Douglas Tubb, and Alex Harvey
He participated in a televised talent show in 1994 on the Keystone Inspirational Network called Nashville Star Seek
He appeared on the Chico and B Man TV show on Ben Lomand Cable Network
Jason recently performed at The Commodore Lounge in Nashville on July 25th, Camden Farmers Day parade in Camden, Michigan on August 10th and most recent at the Brew in Manchester, Tennessee on August 31st.
Jason has been leaving a trail of great country music along his path leaving audiences begging for more. His music is genuine, authentic, classic country and some of the best music to grab your partner and hit the dance floor with.


"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

Noah Kesselman is a Nashville based Blues, Rock, Soul, and Country guitarist and singer songwriter. His smooth but grainy voice compliments his aggressive approach to the guitar. Born and raised in Connecticut and attended the Berklee College of Music. His inspirations include Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Jimi Hendrix, and Keith urban. Noah’s debut album, “Come My Way” will be released on August 21st 2021.

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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

Rick Stone has been entertaining serious music fans for over 10 years now. Rick Stone and his Band of Brothers are road proven and are always up for a good time. Rick has performed Country, Southern Rock, Blue-Grass and Americana at many prestigious venues and events across the Southeast such as Mad Life Studios and The Belle Meade Plantation. He has also performed at the Cobb and Paulding Rodeos and the Georgia State Fair. As a military veteran Rick is an active supporter of local charities and events to support veterans, children and the underprivileged, dedicating time to organizations such as St. Jude's Children's Hospital and the American Legions. Rick clears his schedule for at least 6 charity events per year.
Rick’s signature personality shines in interviews with Atl. & Co., Full Throttle Magazine, Rising Star Magazine, and many local radio shows and newspapers. That personality translates effortlessly to the stage. Rick likes to engage with the audiences at his shows, coming off stage and performing amongst the crowd he demonstrates his desire to be close to his fans. He makes himself available before, after and even during shows for a quick chat and a friendly handshake. Rick has had steady success in the industry, beginning in 2008 with the debut of his single ‘Me and You’, a deeply personal song that gave him his first radio airplay. He followed the success of this track with a string of impressive single releases including ‘I’m Your Man’, ‘Never Started Drinking’ and ‘This Ole Road’. Recent releases show no sign of him slowing down either. The accompanying music video for his 2019 single ‘Wonderin’ What I’m Doin’ Wrong’ quickly hit 100k views on YouTube and his newest single ‘Quicksilver’ is positioned to do equally as well. Things keep moving quick for Rick and he couldn’t be happier to have the support of the best group of fans and family a man could ask for. Don’t miss a chance to catch him live, you sure won’t be disappointed.
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For country duo Austin’s Rose, it was never about the ‘what’ and ‘where’. It was about the ‘how’ and ‘when’. Tim Gore and Taylor Cornilles both knew they would come to Nashville to become country music artists. But they never could have envisioned that meeting each other would forge the path to all their hopes and dreams.
Tim Gore has had music in his life for as long as he can remember. His mother was an early influence, playing guitar and singing country songs to him as a child. At the age of nine, Tim picked up the guitar and has never put it down.
Although athletics played a key role during his high school years, he never lost his desire to make and play country music. Looking back on the first two concerts of his life, Tim can still recall the impact it had on him. “The first one I attended was a Waylon show. The next one was Travis Tritt. My mind was made up. This is what I was meant to do.”
As a promise to his parents, Gore did go to college. While at the University of Kentucky, Tim continued to focus on music. He played at the Austin City Saloon, the same club that brought stars to country music like John Michael Montgomery and Montgomery Gentry. His next step would be Nashville.
Like Tim Gore, Taylor Cornilles always had music in her life. She grew up on a horse ranch in Wolf Creek, Oregon. Her mom was a traditional country singer and her father played guitar at church and in his band. Because her goal was always going to Nashville, she began preparing at a very young age. At the age of six, Taylor learned how to play the piano. At the age of nine, it was guitar. Fiddle came the next year and she took on mandolin at the age of 14.
At the age of 11, Taylor and her family put together a band and they spent the next few years playing fairs and community events. One year later, she sang an open mic event at the Bluebird Café in Nashville. “Playing the Bluebird should have been a satisfying ‘bucket list’ kind of thing for me,” recalled Taylor, “but instead it created a hunger that wouldn’t go away.” The day she graduated from high school, Taylor Cornilles moved to Nashville to become a star.
In 2014, after five years of playing on the Nashville club circuit on lower Broadway, Tim was about to give up his dream when he met Taylor. They began collaborating and found in each other what was missing musically. “Taylor’s early traditional female influences (Patty Loveless, Allison Krauss, Lee Ann Womack) combined with mine (Waylon, Tritt, Montgomery Gentry) play a key part in our sound,” explained Gore, “but it’s really our vocal blend in our harmonies that define us.”
Austin’s Rose spent the next three years doing several hundred shows and honing their unique sound. But it wasn’t until 2018, when they met and began working with producer Paul Worley (Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum), that the musical vision came into focus. “They are both great singers in their own right,” explained Worley, “but when you put those voices together, they become something special.” When asked to explain the Austin’s Rose sound, Taylor Cornilles described it best. We take our traditional instrumentation and harmonies and balance them with a more contemporary mix. It’s the blend that makes us unique.”


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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

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