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Friday, July 29, 2016
Tyler Hammond Band
Growing up, Tyler Hammond was destined to be a country music artist. As a child, growing up in Thomaston, Georgia, Hammond’s mother often put him to sleep by watching CMT, and his step dad constantly played the sounds of
of southern rock legends such as Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers. He began playing guitar in high school and also sang in church in his home town. When Hammond moved to Milledgeville, Georgia to attend Georgia College and State University, he began performing gigs in the small college town. Shortly after, guitarist and vocalist for the band, Joey Hollis, also a student from GC&SU and Warner Robins, Georgia native, partnered up with Hammond to travel Georgia playing acoustic shows together.
In early 2009, Hammond collaborated with Hollis, Thomas Archer, Garrett Hughes, and Chris Franklin to form the Tyler Hammond Band. Archer, a Milledgeville native, is the lead guitarist for the band. Garrett Hughes, from Grayson, Georgia plays the drums and Chris Franklin, from Perry, Georgia originally played bass guitar with the band.
After months of preparation, The Tyler Hammond Band performed their first show in August of 2009 at Capital City in Milledgeville. Since their first performance, the band played over 100 shows in their first year together and continues to tour. In October of 2010, the band had the opportunity to open for Luke Bryan during his Farm Tour in Macon, Georgia.
Bass player, Chris Franklin, recently left the band to pursue other musical opportunities. In his replacement, the band welcomed Caleb Johnson, also a Thomaston native as bassist.
With their unique southern rock sound, the Tyler Hammond Band has successfully revamped many country music covers, as well as collaborate to release an album of their own originals.
Michael Stacey was born in the small southern town of Hahira, GA, and spent most of his childhood traveling due to his father's occupation. Early on, Michael was influenced by an array of performers, from traditional country artists such as George Jones and Randy Travis, to popular rock, folk, and Motown acts of the '60s, '70s, and '80s. As an adult, he found his way back to Georgia to settle down not far from his birthplace. In his mid-20s, Michael began playing local clubs throughout South Georgia. Persistency and hard work enabled Michael to record his first studio demo in 2000.
Some months later, Michael took the advice of a record executive, and set out for Nashville, TN. In no time at all, Michael began to record the earliest tracks his debut album, "After the Storm", which was released July 2001. Michael jumped right into promoting his music heavily with television, radio, print, and most importantly, a top-notch live show.
Over the past few years the Michael Stacey Band has traveled the U.S. performing at various venues and sharing the stage with such popular acts as Diamond Rio, Brad Paisley, Wynonna, Neal McCoy, and Lonestar, just to name a few. The Michael Stacey Band even opened for Michael's childhood hero, George Jones.
Michael sums it up by saying, "It's a blessing to entertain for a living. I appreciate my family's support and all of the folks who take the time to stop and listen to the music."