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With its friendly and professional staff, state-of-the-art sound and light system, coldest beer and best bar drinks in town and lots of space to party, The Country Club rises above and beyond the expectations of "just another nightclub." The Country Club's dedicated fans have voted it "Metro's Best Nightclub!" year after year and named it "Best Live Music Venue." Those very fans are the reason The Country Club is the No. 1 place to party in the CSRA.
Daniel Lee and The DLB have played the honkytonks and large scale venues all over the southeast. Signed to Average Joe’s Ent., Daniel Lee has expanding his writing partnerships to include some of Nashville's top hit makers and the bandis focusing its energy into developing its own unique sound. Daniel Lee appeared on the title track of Colt Ford's 5th studio CD, "Thanks For Listening" released last summer. Daniel soon followed with his Debut CD "Roots" released July 22, 2014. Roots debuted at #20 as a New and Noteworthy Album on iTunes.
Laying down their own brand of southern music, taking the stage as direct support for National acts Colt Ford, Brantley Gilbert, Randy Houser, Lee Brice, Jerrod Neimann, Gretchen Wilson, Blackberry Smoke, Drivin N' Cryin, and Corey Smith. The band has created their own sound, true to their rural roots. As a headliners, The DLB has built a high energy stage show that has resulted in top club bookings in multiple markets. As the band branches out to new areas and venues, it is always the music and the people who drive them to want to play better, be better.
Daniel Lee & The Daniel Lee Band is a country/southern rock band performing songs about the lives of real blue collar folks.
Both hard driving and uplifting, the band is on a mission to bring southern rock back to it's rural roots. Their songs epitomize Southern life. The Daniel Lee Band is not new the county pop, they are southern.
that motto is not hype, it's how the DLB lives and inspires the music they create.
Not bad for a bunch of guys from the sticks
At 20, Sarah Ross is being called upon to forge the trail for women in the fast-growing country/rap/hip hop genre of music. The New Jersey native is no stranger to forging country music lyrics with a hip hop beat. With encouragement from her mother, the innovative singer has been melding two of her favorite genres since she was 16.
Signed to Average Joes Entertainment after label head, Shannon Houchins, saw her on “American Idol” and looked up her videos on the Internet. He immediately invited Sarah to make a trip to Nashville, and within one short year she found herself in the studio, recording with the label’s group, The Lacs. One of her songs, “Knock ‘Em Dead,” was on the compilation album “Mud Digger 4,” along with label mates Colt Ford, The Lacs with J.J. Lawhorn and Montgomery Gentry. She also claims her country roots along with Colt Ford in “We All Country” by the Moonshine Bandits.
“Mud Digger 5” had another of Sarah’s compositions, “Shotgun,” as its lead single. The video for the tune is a gritty warning to guys about what might happen if they are found cheating on their sweetheart. The song is on Sarah’s first EP, “Calm Before The Storm,” which releases on July 24.
“As a little girl I grew up listening to my daddy’s all-time favorites — Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, George Strait, Patsy Cline and Martina McBride,” says the young lady who grew up on a farm just south of Atlantic City. It didn’t take long before she started flipping through radio stations, from country to rap and back, discovering tunes she loved from favorites Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Justin Moore, Jason Aldean, Eminem, Wiz, Drake and Nicki Minaj, and of course her country rap label mates.
The new EP showcases Sarah’s multi-genre influences, such as the first song she ever merged country, rap and rock, Linda Ronstadt’s “You’re No Good.” It has received airplay on Sirius’ “Highway” (Channel 56) and CMT Pure and on the channel’s “12 Pak Countdown.”
Her rap influences also show up on “Shotgun,” which combines the modern beat with an iconic country storyline. Her softer side comes through on “Lovin’ This Beat” and her vocals shine on the ballad, “Happy Hour.”
Sarah learned the ropes quickly in Nashville, and before long she was writing with some of the town’s top writers. Among those who contributed and/or wrote with Sarah on the EP are Jared Scuillo, who also acted as producer along with Josh Kerr. Other writers include Mallary Hope, Charlie Farley, Noah Gordon, and Preston Brust of LoCash, as well as Ronstadt.
Like most songwriters, Sarah pulls from her life experiences when writing. “Calm Before The Storm,” written with Jared and Mallary, is an edgy country song with a hint of rock and rap. The singer drew the idea form a guy who did her wrong although she is the first to admit that not every word of the tune is true. “I think each line of this song was from each of us (writers) and we really worked together on it. It was a song that flowed, and came out easily for each of us. From the beginning, it was one of my most favorite songs that we wrote.”
One of the audiences that enjoy the music Sarah and her label mates sing and perform are folks who love mud sports. While the singer is well acquainted with hanging out with friends who like to drive their pickup trucks on the back trails of the farms around her southern New Jersey town, she had never been to any of those type sporting events until she moved to the south.
“My friends and I always had a great time taking our four wheelers and trucks out trail riding and deer spotting. When it rained we would head to nearby historical Batsto to get all muddy riding through the creeks and trails. So I’ve done that kind of thing but not at an ‘official’ mud bog.”
Sarah already has a favorite event to attend now that she has moved to Nashville. It is the one in Butler, GA, where the “Mud Digger 4″ release party was held. “Colt Ford performed and there were so many people. It was an experience for me and I loved it. I’m looking forward to performing at that event.”
The singer of Italian descent admits that now when she attends the bogging events, she does so as a spectator, not a participant, unless she rides shotgun. “My four wheeler is back home and my dad would kill me if I got a scratch on my truck,” she admits with a laugh.
Sarah began singing at 15 and started taking voice lessons at 16. She credits her vocal coach, Sal DuPree, who has worked with artists including “America’s Got Talent” million dollar winner Bianca Ryan, “Star Search” champion Tiffany Evans, the group Choice with Alisha Moore (Pink), Miss Americas, Broadway stars and participants in TV singing competitions, for being a huge part of her career. Soon after starting to work with DuPree, Sarah was winning singing competitions throughout Pennsylvania and surrounding areas. Winning and recognizing that people enjoyed her music was the catalyst for pursuing a musical career path rather than following in her mother’s footsteps as a nurse.
Her mother was not totally disappointed in Sarah’s journey to a music career. It was actually she who encouraged her daughter to try out for “American Idol” season 12. Sarah went all the way to Hollywood singing a country song and rapping one of Nikki Minaj’s songs for her, which the judge absolutely loved. Judge Keith Urban said it best, telling Sarah she was “like an IPOD shuffle, never knowing what you’re gonna get.” Minaj told her she shouldn’t have to choose between the two genres. Sarah decided to heed that advice …she didn’t choose … she combined them!
Sarah has one trait that she gets from her father that will do well for her in the music career that she has chosen. She doesn’t worry; she just figures that if it’s going to happen it will.
“I do feel like I have a weight on my shoulders since I am the first female to do this kind of music, so that does make me step up my game,” she admits. “It all began with a passion for eclectic music and unique sounds. I hope it will connect with others who have an open mind and also enjoy a variety of country and rap music.”
“It’s kind of crazy but in a cool way, when you see all the country/rap collaborations such as Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line with Nelly, Jason Aldean with Ludacris and Brad Paisley with LL Cool J. Florida Georgia Line even raps on “This is How We Roll.” It’s all about who does it, if it works and who believes in you. Country music is evolving. It has its roots and that’s here to stay. I would never want to try and change it, just add a variation.”
As for her entry into the world releasing her debut EP, Sarah has mixed feelings.“I am actually super nervous but also super happy with the EP,” she admits. “I am really nervous because there is such a wide variety of songs on there. But I am excited to see what family and friends and fans will feel about all the different sides of me. I think I write with so many different people, and I pull from so many different genres in my music, it’s kind of like whatever songs were my favorite ones, I threw together and hoped for the best.”
Sarah is in Nashville to stay. While she misses her family and the horse farm in Southern New Jersey, and roaming the 240 acres with her cousins, Sarah is committed to making the music she loves. There is no turning back. As she says, there is no Plan B.
Combine a lead guitarist with a modern day country singer, throw in an accomplished songwriter, mix it with a little of this and that and you may have something that resembles one of Nashville’s hottest up and coming artists, Cody Webb.
Cody Webb was born and raised in a tiny town called Ridge Spring South Carolina. The town may be small, but it left a huge impression on Cody. His genuine small town southern roots are often expressed in his writing.
During Cody’s senior year at Clemson University in 2011, Cody played over 150 shows while managing to earn a Mechanical Engineering Degree. He began traveling to Nashville during this year as well where he would record his first independent studio album “Thing To Prove”.
In 2013 Cody partnered with an indie label, Monument Entertainment, and recorded his second studio album “I Aint No Quitter.” M.E. immediately put Cody on the road on a 9 state Cumulus radio tour. Cody’s song “Mudd Bogg”, co-written by Cody Webb and Joey Cromer, was played on many stations throughout the southeast and Cody established many great relationships with radio. Country station Eagle 92.9 out of Florence SC put the song in full rotation and it climbed there charts for several weeks and finally landed at #22.
In March 2014, Cody went back to the studio with M.E. to record a 7 song EP called “Backwoods Bucket List.” After visiting Moby in the morning in Athens GA, 106.1 WNCG quickly began playing “I Hope This Takes Forever” co-written by Cody Webb and Trent Jeffcoat. Several more stations in the network began spinning this song so M.E. sent Cody out again to visit stations in TN, GA, and FL.
Cody now lives in Nashville and writes full time for ECK publishing. He has had opportunities to write songs with writers how wrote songs he grew up listening to and admiring. He continues to travel and play shows, however, his focus is on writing a great new album and getting ready to hit the road in 2015. Cody has huge goals and is willing to work as hard and long as it takes to reach them. He loves having a personal connection with his fans and encourages his fans to reach out. You can follow Cody on twitter @codywebb155 and check him out online at www.codywebbsite.com
"Heath is one of the most talented and unique artists and songwriters to come out of South Georgia. As you listen to his debut album "What I Really Meant To Say" you can hear the diversity and the pure vocal talent that is Heath Deloach." - Kirsten Underwood, WTIF 107.5 Hometown Country
It's rare that you meet a songwriter like Georgia-native Heath Deloach. A blend of honest lyrics, succinct storytelling, and catchy melodies, Heath's music isn't quite Americana, country, pop, rock, or folk, but is rather a combination of all his influences from across the musical spectrum. His live performances deliver truthful renditions of songs written by the guy who lived them and delivered with a clever and entertaining wit. If you're looking for catchy hooks, memorable choruses and a voice that you want to hear over and over, all supported by his above-average guitar playing and musical knowledge, we invite you to meet Heath Deloach. You're gonna like him.
It's no secret that we're in a time when country music is redefining its boundaries. Country newcomer Heath Deloach is no exception to this; mixing country with honest singer-songwriter lyrics, and influences from Mayer to Matthews, Petty to Steely Dan, Aldean to Isbell.
All Night DJ Dance Party
With our friendly and professional staff, state-of-the-art sound and light system and lots of space to party, The Country Club rises above and beyond the expectations of "just another nightclub." The Country Club's dedicated fans voted it "Metro's Best Nightclub!" three years in a row and named it "Best Live Music Venue." Those very fans are the reason The Country Club has become the No. 1 place to party in the CSRA.
Tonight our sound system will be blasting the latest dance music all night for your dancing enjoyment. Join us for a cold beer, an awesome mixed drink and and evening of fun and dancing.