Reba Nicole, a native of Houma, Louisiana has been actively pursuing music since she was 5 years old. She began piano and voice lessons around this time and quickly fell in love with how music made her feel. In 2005, her family made a big move to Tullahoma, Tennessee. Here, she met a few of her inspirations, Amy Cooley and Peggy Burton. At nine years old, she became aware of the power that lyrics can hold, and began her writing career. Reba has been performing in the local South Jackson Goes Country Show every year for the last 15 years! This is really where she found her voice and love for performing on stage! Around age 15, Reba picked up the guitar and began using those skills to dig deeper into her writing. Since then, Reba has become a traveling nurse in Labor & Delivery. “I want to thank my parents for believing in me and supporting me always! With their help, I’ve challenged myself to the big stage and now work with big-time musicians Charlie Allen, Johnny Garcia, and others! If it weren’t for Tiffany (Charlie’s fiancé)and my parents, I never would’ve met Charlie! I am incredibly grateful to soon release my new album! Be on the lookout for my new single, “Pour Me Some Whiskey!”
|Johnny Garcia, a Texas native, moved to the Nashville area in 1991 and has been performing, producing, and songwriting. Johnny is also known for playing guitar for Trisha Yearwood as well as being her music director. Additionally, Johnny has worked with many other major players in the music industry including Garth Brooks.
|Joining Johnny will be Jeremy Bowman, a Philadelphia native and country music singer with a long history of creating and performing hits in the music business.
Tonight's guest on The Midnight Madness Show is Samantha Watters accompanied by Randy Finchum. Join us for an hour of original music and interviews hosted by the DJ Doctor.
Krystal had her own taste in music from an early age when she caught a snippet of Alan Jackson on the radio. From then she was hooked on steel guitar and lyrics that painted a picture of the humble truths of life. After years of bouncing on her bed singing Shania Twain, playing with a toy guitar, and singing songs she had written to her dog, Krystal's parents bought her her first guitar. Krystal took off learning chords to play her favorite songs and soon began to craft and write her own. Krystal, originally from Hickory, NC, has been on a musical journey leading her to her current residence in Nashville, TN. Krystal is a strong believer in the power of music to heal hearts and communities. Because of this belief, Krystal works during the day as a psychiatric music therapist. When she is not working, Krystal is writing and playing music at the downtown honky tonks and other local venues, as well as, traveling to spread her music to a larger audience. Krystal's sound is as quirky as her person and she is not afraid to show some honest humor in her material such as her first single "You had me at Double Wide." Krystal pulls her inspiration from classic and outlaw artist's such as Willie and Loretta as well as the modern likes of Miranda Lambert, Jennifer Nettles, and Chris Stapleton to result in a twangy blues of her own.
My name is Presley Aaron. I’m from a small town in South Carolina and just moved to Nashville. I’ve been playing shows since I’ve been 16 and traveling every weekend ever since. Music is what I love to do and make. It’s my passion. I love to write what I feel and hope there is people out there that can relate.