Fitting every bit the part of the man in black, Carter Winter is country music's modern traditionalist. Singing heartfelt and relatable songs landscaping heartbreak and the American dream poured over ice, the singer/songwriter from rural Ohio has seen firsthand the effects of connecting with an audience through a fresh sound that like Carter himself, is surprisingly familiar, yet raw and honest. From behind his guitar and sleeves of tattoos, Carter began playing local bars around his hometown and quickly grew an incredible fan base of loyal listeners from California to the Carolinas. First well-known for his cover songs of artists that inspired him early on (Garth Brooks, George Strait), Carter's ability to take three chords and his own truth and deliver a compelling live performance has contributed to the incredible success of Some Kind of Fire, his first independent six-song release. With his rich, traditional country vocal and compelling live performance, Carter has gained recognition from some of the biggest names in country music and shared the stage with artists such as Sam Hunt, Chase Rice and Travis Tritt. Recently completing his second studio album with multi Grammy Award-winning producer Chad Carlson (Taylor Swift, Chase Rice, Cole Swindell) and producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts), Carter Winter's sophomore release The Whiskey In Me makes a solid entry into country music that firmly establishes his bad boy brand as a natural force in country music.
Dylan Schneider is wise beyond his years, especially when it comes to his songwriting. But perhaps even more impressive is Schneider's ability and willingness to connect with fans on a personal level. "I used to freak out if an artist would respond or interact with me. It's incredibly important to me that I do the same with my fans." That love for fans has helped grow Schneider a collective social following of over 1,000,000.
After the release of the debut EP Wannabe in August 2016, his follow up EP 17 was released in October of the same year, landing at #3 on the iTunes Country Album Charts. In February, he premiered the music video for his song "You Heard Wrong" with major music outlet Billboard, who called him "country music's next rising star." Schneider recently released his latest EP Spotlight's On You in April, and the five-song album hit the #1 spot on the iTunes Country Album Charts. He spent the summer on the road, selling out dates on his own headlining tour, and released single "How Does It Sound" in July of 2017, which has already accumulated nearly 3 million streams on Spotify.
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Since launching herself as an independent artist in 2014, singer and songwriter Sandra Lynn has established herself as one of country music's sweetest rising voices thanks to a string of singles — "Afterparty," "Bar Hoppin'," "Hey California," and her latest track, "Somebody Kissed Me At A Bar" — that reflect both her love for country music and her roots as a California girl.
Lynn's contemporary country sound radiates with a subtle West Coast vibe. She grew up in a rural part of Chino, California, in "a neighborhood full of horses, horseback trails, and ranch-style homes," Lynn says. "There was a dairy farm down the street from our house, next to my elementary school and church, and no shortage of cows everywhere." Lynn has a clear memory of the first time she heard one of her favorite country songs as a child. She and her mother were in the car driving through Chino when Deana Carter's languid ballad "Strawberry Wine" came on the radio. "She was singing about 'the 'hot July moon' and the 'green on the vine' — all this vivid imagery that resonated with me on a very deep level," Lynn says. "The loss of innocence in that song is so relatable. Whenever I hear it now it reminds me of times during my childhood when everything was more simple. That's what I love about country music. The best songs are so powerful that they actually can define moments in people's lives."
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