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2017 Josie Music award Southern rock artist of the year Winner
Multi-nominated Jessie-Rose is living proof that raw talent, ambition, honesty and one goal in mind -to make great music- can still prevail in today's music industry.
Jessie-Rose formed a band in April 2012 that she toured the country with. Her music and ability to engage the audience is bringing crowds to their feet across the Nation.
Jessie-Rose is breaking the mold of today's repetitive country music sound by blending her unique style into Southern Rock flavored Country. The high energy and love of her audience has made Jessie-Rose an instant crowd-pleaser. Whiskey Excuse,her first single was a hard-hitting original ballad, it quickly become a chart-topper and fan favorite. Landing in the TOP 5 on New Country Charts for a 13 week span. Jessie-Rose has won COUNTRY BAND OF THE YEAR 3 years in a row. Jessie-Rose has performed with Such artist as: "Chase Rice, Chase Bryant, Cannon Smith, Blackberry Smoke, Little Texas, Jason Michael Carrol, Collin Ray, Sawyer Brown and More"
With a plethora of musical tastes and backgrounds, suggesting a range of influences from Miranda Lambert and Lynyrd Skynyrd to KISS and Conway Twitty, Jessie-Rose shows no limitation of ability and style.
A Jessie-Rose show is one that is NOT to be missed! A combination of high energy, audience interaction and down-home country fun makes Jessie-Rose a true crowd-pleaser in every venue she appears!

Website: https://jessieroseentertainment.com/

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The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

 

 
 
 
 
Singing ever since she could speak, Kayley feels like music chose her and not the other way around. Her scope of musical inspiration starts with Brooks and Dunn, when their music prompted her to dance around the living room as a little girl, and spreads as far as Gershwin dared to venture with those melodies of his that she sang while at The Boston Conservatory. The time spent singing all the harmony lines to Relient K albums, snapping her fingers to Michael Buble, and wondering how Alison Krauss and Union Station could make music sound so good were all precious moments helping her to understand how she wanted to deliver her own sound.

When listening to Kayley's music, you'll be able to sense the impact of rootsy bluegrass and rockabilly, you'll gather lyrics reflecting Dolly Parton and Miranda Lambert, and you will experience a sassy yet inviting vocal that will leave you wanting more.
 
 
The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

 

 
 
 
 

John J. Kennedy is a Nashville, Americana singer/songwriter and recording artist. Kennedy's album, There and Back, was released in 2017 and has received radio airplay on stations from New Hampshire to California. Kennedy writes honest, blue collar songs about small towns, love and loss, life lessons and redemption. He has performed live on air on the Blue Plate Special, WDVX 89.9, Knoxville, TN. He had also been live on air on WMTS 88.3, Murfreesboro, TN, WXNA 101.5, Nashville, TN, WKOM 101.7, Columbia, TN and LOZ Radio, Utah. Kennedy has twice appeared on the Nashville Entertainment Weekly television show.

John J. Kennedy has appeared in over 100 motion pictures, television shows, music videos and TV commercials. He once played for Ronald Reagan.

Kennedy has been compared to Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, and Steve Earle. Be sure to check out the album, There and Back, available on this website:

http://johnjkennedymusic.com/

 

The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

 

 
 
 
 
Craig Hendricks is this week's guest on The Midnight Madness Show.

Southern born and raised, Craig Hendricks has called home from the Piedmont of Middle Georgia to the Alabama heights of Lookout Mountain. Craig has found his place on stages from Savannah, GA to Rangeley, ME and from Fort Payne, AL to Gatlinburg, TN. Craig has been a regular at Arts in the Heart of Augusta, GA Festival, has appeared in the Crystelle Creek Songwriter's Showcase in Gatlinburg, TN, placed in the Texaco Country Showdown as a performer and a songwriter, and has performed with some of the brightest talent in the southeast, including award winning songwriters and performers.
Craig brings his own unique character and smooth style to create a personal and interactive experience for his listeners. He also brings the charisma often found in troubadours of yesteryear as a national award winner for his songwriting and recognition of his vocal talents.

The Midnight Madness Show can be heard on one of our affiliates of the Nashville Songwriters Radio Network

 

 

 
 
 
 
Kenneth Cope is this week's guest on The Midnight Madness Show.

The Midnight Madness Show can be heard on one of our affiliates of the Nashville Songwriters Radio Network

 

 

 
 
 
 

Anna Kate Warner's Bio:

My name is Anna Kate Warner. I am 18 years old, and I am from Hamilton Alabama and I have lived there all my life. I live with my parents and my dog, Mini. I first became interested in music when I was 12. My sister was upstairs in her room playing my dad's old guitar, and of course I had to keep up with big sister all the time, so I wanted to learn to play too. Fast forward a couple years, and I finally did learn to play on that same old guitar. As I continued to learn how to play, my parents got me a new guitar. I began learning more songs, recording videos and began a facebook page, Anna Kate Warner Music. I got way more response than I expected to! That encouraged me to learn all the songs I could and eventually to write my own. One day, a friend of my mother's heard me singing on facebook and recommended that I compete in a local talent competition in Florence, AL, the Kid's Fest Idol. I had no clue what to think. Me? In a singing competition? I signed up to compete and I made it through the first round, then the second, and then finally I found myself at the finale round where I won 1st place. I was awarded a couple of hours of studio time with Jimmy Nutt at the Nutthouse Recording Studio in Sheffield, AL where I put together a demo CD. I was also given the opportunity to perform several times duting the W. C. Handy Music Festival of 2017. I was interviewed and given the chance to perform at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. From then on out, more and more people have been listening to the songs I cover and checking out my music page. I have been given the opportunity to sing at many festivals, restaurants, radio and TV shows, and other events around the area. I have a unique performance experience through the FFA. Yes, that is the Future Farmers of America. I sang in the FFA string band at my high school for three years. My high school string band competed in the local district and state talent competitions. Myself and another FFA member and dear friend, Josie Beth Jones, competed as a duo in the FFA National Talent Competition in Indianapolis, IN and made the top 15 of the nation. Not only did we perform live on stage at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse, but we also appeared on RFD TV as the talent show finals were aired on live TV. FFA is one of my favorite hobbies. My other hobbies include playing guitar, playing with my dog, painting, and going to concerts. And there is yet another unique opportunity I’ve had and that is through The Weather Channel. Jeremy Henderson, a writer for It’s A Southern Thing magazine, had heard my original song, Alabama Weather, on my music page on Facebook. He wrote an article for It’s A Southern Thing and when it was published on line, someone from The Weather Channel heard about it. Before you know it, one of the weekend show’s producers from TWC contacted me and wanted to do an interview about the song. At the time of the interview, Alabama Weather had about 3K views – now it’s over 6K views. THANK YOU WEATHER CHANNEL! Soon after the article appeared in Southern Thing, I discovered one day as I ‘googled’ my name that Southern Living had also published an article about my song, Alabama Weather. Jeremy Henderson is also a writer for an on-line newsletter, The War Eagle Reader in Auburn AL, and he also published an article there. Some artists that influence me and my music are Ashley McBryde, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood, all the boss ladies out there. I look up to them so much, I guess because they are where I want to be, and knowing they made it inspires me to believe that I can too. I'm still incredibly new to the music scene, but I feel confident that I will be playing music for all my life. If I don't have a song pumping through my ears then I definitely have one stuck in my heard or there’s a new lyric I want to incorporate into a new song. Music gets me through every day. I really don’t know what I would do if I didn’t have music. I think the reason I play music and write songs and try to play at every festival and restaurant possible is because I hear all these stories about how the biggest names in music got their start the exact same way that I am now. And if they could do it, well just maybe I can too. I have a dream in my head and a song in my heart and I just want to share it with the world. I have been given an incredible opportunity to sign a recording deal with a brand-new label, Drachen Lake Entertainment. We have been working very hard on getting an EP out. There has been a little set back due to the COVID 19 shut down in Alabama but hopefully by the end of the summer, my CD should be complete and available for purchase as well as downloads on music media outlets. Please follow my music page and check back for updates on events and news announcements. If there was any advice I could offer to someone who is where I was three years ago, I'll just say this: don't. give. up. Write that song that you think sounds stupid, because not every song will be a hit. Practice things that you want to be good at. Don't let people who are more experienced than you intimidate you. They started exactly where you and I did. Try to envision yourself up on that stage in that arena at that sold out concert. If that is where you want to be, run after it and don’t ever look back.

 

The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

 

 
 
 
 

He’s shared album credits with Garth Brooks and Tom Petty and his songs have been heard everywhere from the Tony Kornheiser Show to the Bluebird Café. Nashville native Randy Finchum is an award-winning songwriter and radio personality who has had over sixty songs recorded by various artists, among them country music great multi-platinum artist Sammy Kershaw. In the Christian Country genre, Randy has been blessed with four #1 songs as a writer and an artist, among them “Jesus Was a Rebel”, which was named 95.5 WTVY’s SON Country Countdown “Song Of The Year” for 2014. In May of 2016 Irish country music star Mary Duff released her CD “Changing Lanes” (ISG/Sony Music Australia) which included two of Randy’s songs, including her single and video for “What Heart Can Do”, which currently has over 350,000 views. In 2018 Irish band Hurricane Highway's cut of Randy's song "I Learned From You" was considered for a Grammy nomination. 

On the radio side, Randy hosts the weekly “New Music Showcase” segment on the syndicated radio show “The HLE Christian Country Countdown with Steve Roberson” and previously hosted the "Music City Magic" segment on 106.5 WOCY as well as the “Nashville Night” radio show on the Nashville Songwriters Radio Network. Randy also has written theme songs for the nationally syndicated radio talk show “The Long Version with Fletcher Long” and the HLE Radio morning show, and has recently performed on the “Nashville Today” show and “The Music Row Show” on Nashville’s legendary radio station 650 WSM. 

Randy has given his testimony of how God saved him in churches from Michigan to Alabama. His mission in music and in testimony is to let others know no matter where they are or what they’ve done, God is waiting for them to call on Him. “He is a great God, and I never knew just how great He was until He pulled me out of the darkness and into His light,” says Randy. “God’s got a miracle waiting on you!

 

The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm central

 

 
 
 
 
 

This week's first hour guest is Nicole Reese on The Midnight Madness Show.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Logan Ramp grew up in Southern Indiana surrounded by cornfields. He became fascinated with music at an early age after being introduced to groups like the Eagles, Boston, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and more. After hearing Eric Clapton at the age of 9, he picked up a guitar and practiced numerous hours a day, further influenced by greats such as Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, John Mayer, and Jimmy Page. By the age of 10, he was playing local events and talent contests around Southern Indiana. By his mid-teens, Logan knew he wanted to pursue music professionally and in 2009, he moved to Nashville to study at Belmont University. During his time studying at Belmont, Ramp had the opportunity to grow into a more versatile musician, incorporating jazz and country styles, further influenced by greats such as Albert Lee, Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, Brent Mason, Wes Montgomery, Joe Pass, and Charlie Christian. In addition to playing regularly with several artists, songwriters, and bands around Nashville, he has toured nationally with various artists.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Jason Adams is Co-Host of the Midnight Madness Radio Show.  Jason Adams performs acoustically and with The Jason Adams Band, locally in Middle Tennessee.  He is the recipient of the 2013 Horizon Male Vocalist of the year, 2013 Rising Star Entertainer of the year.
 
 
 
 
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