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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.
 
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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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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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Michigan's Donald Benjamin is a multiple award-winning songwriter and national touring CMA recording artist. He was named "one of country music's future leading men," by AMB Magazine and was Florida Country Radio's "Best New Male Artist" in 2020.
He has shared the stage with names such as Joe Diffie, Bobby Mackey, hair metal icon Tracii Guns (L.A. Guns/Guns 'n' Roses), Chase Rice, LANco, Rehab, Demun Jones, Olivia Lane, Allie Colleen, Ruthie Collins and others.
He has performed at such legendary venues as the Tin Roof, B.B. King's Blues Club, the Hard Rock Cafe, etc. He, also, has performed during the CMA Music Festival, in Nashville, and has recorded at the historic Ryman Auditorium - the original home of the Grand Ole Opry.
He is a 22x award-winning songwriter, having been nominated for over 80+, in his career, and has 4 internationally-selling radio singles, including the newly-released, critically-acclaimed single, "Moving Mountains." The track is receiving major airplay, across the US, and internationally, and received the 2020 World Songwriting Award for "Best Traditional Country Song."
His previous single, "I Choose the Whiskey," hit #1 on Florida Country Radio and reached #19 on the Iceman's syndicated Top 40 chart, in Nashville.
Currently, he, and his band, are readying for a 2021 tour, are recording new music and have signed a management/booking deal with Southern Oakes Events.

 

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Brad Puckett is an East Tennessee Native and is proud of his heritage. Brad started out playing the local bar scene in the Tri-Cities Area and writing songs. After several bands and tries at music he ventured to Nashville in 2011 where he had the good fortune to work with some of the best in the music business, such as Hall of Fame Songwriter, Kim Williams, who penned hits such as “Aint Going Down Till The Sun Comes Up” “Three Wooden Crosses” to name a few. Brad learned the craft of songwriting from Kim Williams and his very talented daughter Amanda Williams who has written “Beer Run” for Garth Brooks and George Jones, and has a cut on Garth Brook’s latest album entitled “She’s Tired of Boys.”
Brad Puckett worked with Kim and Amanda and producer Buddy Hyatt to co-write Brad’s award-winning first album entitled “Brad Puckett” released in 2013 on Phoenix Records. Brad won several awards for this project such as Nashville Independent Artist of The Year in 2014. This record included a top 100 Billboard charted single “At Least I’m Feeling Again” and a video that has been shown on CMT, GAC, and Zuus Country to name a few of the stations.
Brad went back to the studio working with producer Buddy Hyatt and has released his second national album entitled “Right Here Right Now” his first single “Kiss Me In The Rain” has already charted on the Music Row Charts and is climbing up the Billboard Charts as well. Brad’s songwriting skills has lead to cuts by such organizations as NASCAR. In 2015 Brad is now working with O’Reilly Auto Parts and will be making appearances and NASCAR tracks around the country.
Brad has opened for some of the best acts in the country music genre such as, Garth Brooks, Dustin Lynch, Confederate Railroad, Joe Diffie, to name a few.
Brad Puckett is a rising star in the country music world with a live show that is best described as rock and roll show with a country feel to it. Brad keeps the crowd going from the first note till the last. He has sold out over 50 venues in the last two years and his popularity continues to grow. What does Brad say about all of this success, ” I feel that it is an honor to get to do what I do, I look at each step as a journey and each show as a chance to bring joy to people in some way no matter how big or small because that is what the gift of music is all about.”
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Troy Underwood is a soul man. As simple and ultimately misleading as that may be, it’s about as close as anyone will ever come to describing him. With a voice that would be the envy of any in Nashville, and a groove as bone-deep as any blue-eyed soulsters’, Underwood can paint on as broad an aural landscape as he wishes. Whether it’s channeling Tony Joe White on his sizzling “Summertime In Georgia,” romancing the ether with “Dance In The Kitchen,” or bringing down the house with “Big Bottom Girls,” Underwood defies categorization.
 
Underwood hails from Ringgold, Georgia, where he learned to play the drums at four, and keyboards and guitar before reaching his teens. Possessed of a preternaturally old and soulful voice and the writing chops to compliment it, he seemed tailor made for the life of a troubadour. It was obvious to anyone who knew him that music was his calling. The only one who didn’t seem to know it was Underwood himself, and it would be some time before the call of his muse became too loud for even him to ignore.
 
Like many fledgling singer/songwriters, Underwood’s first experience came at local open mics where it quickly became obvious that he was no ordinary talent. His songs were immediately accessible, his playing sublime, and his voice... world weary yet hopeful, a gravelly drawl that carries weight, the voice of an old, old soul. As many of those who had to follow him at those first open mic performances would surely attest, it simply wasn’t fair.
 
Soon Underwood was pitching songs, first as a hobby but then with an increasing sense of determination. He moved to Nashville where he was soon teamed up with such writers as Wynn Varble, Shawn Harnett, Bobby Pinson, Mark Gray, and John Sturdivant Jr. He seemed well on the way to having a successful songwriting career before family issues intervened, and he was forced to return home to his native Ringgold.
 
Once home, Underwood began performing locally. A move to Chattanooga brought more opportunities, and soon he was gaining a following. He released the self-produced albums “Daydream” and “Drive,” and soon women as far afield as Atlanta were singing along when he’d perform. Hailed by critics – one of whom called him the long, lost love child of Stevie Wonder and Garth Brooks – Underwood has earned a loyal coterie of fans everywhere he plays. It’s not hard to understand why: This is what he was born to do.
 
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Grinder House is proud to announce that once a month, we will be adding "Songwriter Saturdays" to our live music venue repertoire. We welcome our good friend, Jamie Adamson and his Nashville Songwriter circle of friends to our stage. Starting June 26th, with Jamie, Pime Hernandez and Jason Grove. You are in for a real intimate evening of live music. A real "House" concert. We love to hear the stories and the songs and they love to share.

Enjoy dinner, decadent desserts, a smorgasboard of beverages, including, but not limited to, adult beverages (beer, wine, sangria, wine cocktails, mimosas, champagne) while listening to the stories and songs of 3 up and coming artists. #songwritersaturdays #grinderhousecoffeeshop #crossvillesplacetobe #jamieadamson #jamieadamsonmusic #pimehernandez #jasongrovemusic #weremorethanjustacoffeeshop

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With busy professional lives, this dad and daughter duo have just relatively recently been playing together. They encourage one another to craft original music as well as pay homage to interpretations of timeless and obscure classics.
In addition to having a solo singer/songwriter project, Rebecca is the lead singer, lyricist and multi-instrumentalist in the post-punk/electro band Signals and Alibis. Rebecca has also recorded and performed with various Rock/Americana Ft. Worth outfits, including Redwine and Roses and Matthew Lane. Her band has garnered favorable reviews in the Dallas/Ft. Worth music scene, having been nominated for best band recognition on several occasions. Rebecca's voice has been described as "ethereal" and "dreamy." Her day job has nothing to do with music and keeps her busy serving the librarian and educator community.
 
Vince is a long-time crooner and guitarist, but only started performing again since moving to the area in the early 2000s. Mostly a cover musician who plays with local country bands, Vince has endeavored to write several original songs in the past few years. His influences include Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and George Jones. Vince is retired military, having spent a lifetime of service to the US government and he now enjoys spending time with his family.
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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
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