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Weeks before its Valentine’s Day release on iTunes, the Josh Abbott Band’s “Touch” was already well on its way toward being one of the most talked-about songs in Texas music of 2012. Granted, the hot-streak momentum of Abbott’s career had a lot to do with that. In the wake of the breakout success of “Oh, Tonight” (which climbed to No. 44 on Billboard’s country chart) and the title track from 2010’s regional smash “She’s Like Texas,” created a stir that reached all the way to music executives in Nashville and New York City. That set up pretty much any track that the 31-year-old singer-songwriter picked to be the lead single from his band’s much-anticipated third album nicely, ensuring it was bound to garner a fair amount of attention. But from the very first time it was played in concert or over the airwaves, it was clear that “Touch” had a lot more going for it than just good timing. From the erotic tension and release of its slow-burning verses and soaring chorus to the dramatic crescendo of fiddle and guitars at the outro, it’s a song that captures every ounce of the passion, talent, and vision that’s propelled the Josh Abbott Band to the forefront of the Texas music scene in record time. And as the rest of Small Town Family Dream proves convincingly, they’re here to stay.




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The Emmett Bower Band is a rock influenced alt country act born in Nebraska in late October, 2010. The band has had member changes since the beginning and now the current line up is Jeffrey Emmett Bower – acoustic/electric guitars and lead vocals, Jeff Chelewski electric guitar, Troy Johnson – bassjo/electric bass/upright bass, Josh Rector – fiddle/mandolin/harmonica, Matty Sanders – drums/percussion.
The band plays upwards of a 100 shows per year and has played Nashville/Austin and toured the nation. They have shared the stage with the likes of Randy Rogers Band, Roger Creager, Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Bart Crow, Jackson Taylor, Gloriana, Sonia Leigh, No Justice, Thomas Rhett, Jon Pardi, and many others. They have released two self produced records under their own record label It’s A Party Records. They are currently ready to record a 3rd album. Four songs have been played on radio stations in Nebraska, Kansas, and Tennessee on regular rotation. “You saved me”, “Rearview”, “Before She’s Gone”, the current single “Lakin'”! They have grown into larger venues and dance halls playing streetdances, rodeos, weddings and festivals. They pride themselves by writing their own music their own way. There is nothing in the way and these boyz mean business… “it’s all neckbones baby”




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5 Mile Bridge is a high-energy country/classic rock cover band from Lincoln, NE. With a combined 60 years of live entertainment experience, 5 Mile Bridge is a multi-instrumental group that has a multitude of different musical backgrounds. Playing with a continuing strive for perfection, 5MB delivers the hottest new and past country hits, along with your classic rock favorites. With the audience as the priority, they strive to always make changes to accommodate the requests of our listeners and bring a high level of energy to the entertainment they provide.

Sponsored by Liquid Nitro Energy Drinks, this ensemble has been said by many to be a cut above the rest.

5 Mile Bridge has opened for many national acts such as; Frankie Ballard, Kyle Park, Jason Boland, Stoney LaRue and Western Underground.

5 Mile Bridge plays a variety of genres including current and classic country hits, classic rock, and incorporating a mixture of guitar, keys, fiddle, mandolin, and modern sounds into their show.


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Tim Zach — Lead Vocals
Joe Parr — Guitar/Vocals
Jeff Westwood — Guitar/Vocals
John Victory — Bass Guitar
Jeff Wilson — Drums
Kevin Galvan — Sound Tech




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Late night drinks and impromptu jam sessions turned three musicians into one of the hottest power trios in the Midwest. Lighting up local bars and backyards the only sure thing is where The Back Forty goes, good times are soon to follow. The addition of rock legend Nick Wieman has only served to boost the band into local legend status….good times just got better




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William Clark Green Is not one for pulling punches. Where some songwriters trade in subtlety and dancing around blunt truths with clever feints and metaphor, Clark aims his words straight
to the point and, when needed, right through the heart. His music is unrelentingly direct and hard-hitting, too, charged with a palpable rock ’n’ roll immediacy that’s as evident in his most
intimate solo acoustic performances as it is in the full-tilt band shows that have packed rooms across his native Lone Star State from the Blue Light in Lubbock to the world’s biggest honkytonk, Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth. And with the April 21st release of Ringling Road, his eagerly awaited fourth album, Green is set to make his biggest impact on the booming Texas/Red Dirt music scene — and beyond — yet.

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Sam Riggs is one of those rare talents that takes off so quick, it seems like it happened overnight. In one year’s time the Austin-based artist has gone from opening act across the major Midwest venues to headliner. His songwriting wizardry, his on stage star appeal and his motion picture quality music videos have continued to ensnare the media’s attention on a national level.

With the release of his latest album “Outrun The Sun,” Sam Riggs has emerged as one of the most talked about artists in the independent music scene. Months before the album was released, “When The Lights Go Out” commandeered the #1 spot on CMT Pure 12-Pack, a monster debut that also snagged the #2 spot on the “Top 5 Music Videos of 2013” list. Sam was also personally invited to fly up to Rock Island, Illinois to record his official Day Trotter session in December 2013. Day Trotter remains one of the biggest sources for emerging artists and includes sessions from artists like Amos Lee, Avett Brothers, Mumford and Sons, Vampire Weekend, Alabama Shakes, Civil Wars, Jason Isbell, Death Cab For Cutie, Ryan Bingham and the Lumineers, to name a few. The high octane “Collide” garnered a music spot on ABC’s hit drama “Nashville,” and a deluge of critical claim on the album followed from outlets like Country Weekly Magazine, Billboard’s The 615, Texas Music Magazine, Day Trotter, Engine 145, The Boot, and most recently, Rolling Stone Country who featured the young troubadour’s rise in music.

Back at home in Texas the album has produced three Top 10 hits on the Texas Music Chart with “Angola’s Lament,” “Hold On And Let Go” (both singles making the Texas Music Chart’s Top 100 songs of 2014) and his newest single “Long Shot.” He has been featured on the nationally syndicated show “Texas Music Scene TV ” with 9-time Grammy winning host Ray Benson, and to over 27 million viewers on “Lone Star Roads TV” with host Justin Frazell. Sam’s live show has become a most talked about “event” and he has been invited to perform at some of the most prestigious music festivals in the region including the renowned Larry Joe Taylor Music Festival in Stephenville, Texas and the iconic MusicFest in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

To date, Sam has sold more than 30,000 digital singles and more than 10,000 full albums. He was nominated at the Lone Star Music Awards for “New Artist of the Year,” TRRMA’s “New Artist of the Year” and “Music Video of the Year” for “Hold On And Let Go.” Sam won Study Breaks Magazine’s “Best Band of 2014” and Texas Music Pickers’ “2014 Artist of the Year.” Looking ahead to a career on the verge of a grand explosion, Radio Texas Live confirms this monster talent picking Sam Riggs as one of five artists projected to dominate in 2015. So as it turns out, the iconic Ray Wylie Hubbard, who mentored Sam early on in his career, was right on the money when he said…

“Sam Riggs wears a legacy of honest country, makes good rock, writes lyrics that matter and straps on a stage presence second to none.”

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