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Hailing from Chicago, IL, Joe Denny is a fresh face in the Nashville (TN) music scene. With roots originating in gospel, classic rock, folk, and country, Joe’s music translates his upbringing and experiences in a new but familiar way, paralleling a traditional American lifestyle. With many artists looking to change the music scene, Joe is one of the rarer artists looking to preserve traditional styles in efforts of curating something new.
Jesse Landers is a singer-songwriter from North Georgia and has been writing since he was 15. It started with poems and eventually turned into songs. Jesse co-writes a lot of songs. He hosts a podcast called The Georgia Songbirds, and I has a band called Yes M.A.M. Additionally Jesse hosts writer rounds, showcases, and open mics around the area.
Nashville native Randy Finchum is an award-winning songwriter and radio personality who has had over eighty 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 six #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 361,000 views and her single and video for "Somewhere In The Heart Of Texas". In 2018 Irish band Hurricane Highway's cut of Randy's song "I Learned From You" was Grammy nomination listed.
On the radio side, Randy hosts the weekly "Music City on the Mountain" show on HLE Radio, WKLF 95.5 FM/1000 AM and WFMC Jams as well as the “New Music Showcase” segment on the syndicated radio show “The HLE Christian Country Countdown with Steve Roberson”. Randy also 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!
A writer and a musician, a boatbuilder and carpenter, deckhand and dishwasher, Trapper Haskins has earned his keep in myriad ways since leaving school and his hometown of Memphis.
In 2000 he and his wife moved to Maine where Trapper undertook a two-year apprenticeship in traditional wooden boatbuilding at the Apprenticeshop of Rockland before taking one of the boats he built there, an historic replica, 2,300 miles down the Mississippi under oar.
Subsequent years found the two leading an itinerant life spanning six states and nearly a decade. Following work opportunities and his own fervent curiosity brought Trapper from North Carolina to New York and New Orleans where he worked as a cabinetmaker and street musician before returning to Tennessee. There he maintained a custom woodworking business while also leading the four-piece, Trapper Haskins & the Bitter Swill which released two albums and toured before dissolving in 2014. Haskins continues to write and record in Nashville.
A diabetes diagnosis at 36 prompted a strict refocusing on personal health and wellness, and recent years have seen him taking up the sport of triathlon as well as vintage base ball (the national pastime under 1860s rules). In 2013 he co-founded the Tennessee Association of Vintage Base Ball to promote the game in his home state and currently sits on the organization’s board as well as that of Tour de Cure- Nashville, a cycling event which raises funds to benefit the American Diabetes Association.
His writing has appeared in national publications including Sports Illustrated, WoodenBoat, and American Songwriter.