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  1. Aaron Watson
    Aaron Watson
    Throughout his 17-year career that spans a dozen albums and more than 2,500 shows throughout the U.S. and Europe, 39-year-old Watson has stubbornly and sincerely identified with the everyman––even as he’s proven to be the exception to the rule.
  2. Asleep at the Wheel
    Asleep at the Wheel
    Voted Best Country & Western Band by Rolling Stone Touring Band of the Year by Academy of Country Music Americana Music Association Lifetime Achievement Award More than twenty singles on the Billboard country charts 25 studio and live albums and Nine GRAMMY Awards Fronted by Ray Benson Official Texas State Musician TEC – Les Paul Award Winner Recipient of Texas Medal of the Arts And Texan of the Year
  3. Austin Allsup
    Austin Allsup
    Top 10 on “The Voice” as a member of Blake Shelton’s team Since his 05’ arrival onto the Red Dirt Music Scene, Texas native Austin Allsup has become a sound of his own accord. Traveling up and down the nation’s highways Austin has more than met quota for his share of self-determination. He started to build his fan base one show at a time. With that attitude in mind, Austin has now had the opportunity to share the stage with artists from all over the musical spectrum, such as John Melencamp , Joe Ely, Mike McClure, LeAnn Womack, Jason Aldean, Jason Boland, Stoney Larue, Blake Shelton, Cody Canada, Randy Rogers, and many more. Without any intentions on letting up, Austin has just released his newest record “This Weary Land”. A record that once again shows an unwillingness to give in to mediocrity..
  4. Bart Crow
    Bart Crow
    Six No. 1 singles onto the Texas Music Chart – one of which, “Wear My Ring,” sold over 165,000 copies. He has sold over 40,000 albums, released five self-produced albums in just over a decade, including Dandelion, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Heatseekers
  5. The Bellamy Brothers
    The Bellamy Brothers
    More than most acts of the late '70s and '80s, the Bellamy Brothers pushed the borders of country music, adding strong elements of rock, reggae, and even rap. Nearly a decade after their first hit -- the 1975 pop chart-topping, Southern rock-tinged "Let Your Love Flow" -- the brothers had earned a stack of best-selling records, and critical respect came by the late '80s. By that time, they had firmly established themselves as the top duo of the '80s, both in terms of popularity and musical diversity.
  6. Billy Joe Shaver
    Billy Joe Shaver
    Shaver is truly one of the most respected living figures in American music. Bob Dylan, who rarely covers other writers, has often played Billy Joe‘s “Old Five And Dimers Like Me” in concert. Johnny Cash called him “my favorite songwriter.” TheWashington Post noted, “when the country outlaws were collecting their holy writings, Billy Joe Shaver was carving out Exodus.”
  7. Band of Heathens
    Band of Heathens
    With “tremendously gritty vocals and scything guitars” (Maverick Magazine), Austin’s own The Band of Heathens have created their own style of Americana music that is bringing them praise from across the nation. These purveyors of smart southern/country rock make their Austin City Limits debut tonight.
  8. Gary Allan
    Gary Allan
    Selling over 7 million albums, been certified platinum on three back-to-back albums, and been certified gold five times. Allan has five #1 hits at country radio, fourteen Top 10 hits to his credit and amassed over 270 million total streams.
  9. Lonestar
    Several Platinum-selling albums and ten No. 1 singles, earned ACM and CMA awards.
  10. Big City Outlaws
    Big City Outlaws
    Big City Outlaws is the hottest new country rock party band in the Texas music scene. Big City Outlaws is a special event party band playing music spanning all the best years of rockin' country western music. From good old Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash classics to the classic rock of Journey, Poison, and Bon Jovi to the newest Top 40 country of Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney; to name a few. The vocalists and screaming fiddle make this band second to none.
  11. Josh Turner
    Josh Turner
    Multi-platinum MCA Nashville recording artist Josh Turner, is one of country music’s most recognizable hit-makers. With a rich, deep voice and distinctive style, Turner has sold more than 12.5 million units, is a disciple of traditional country music and one of the youngest members of the esteemed Grand Ole Opry.
  12. Bleu Edmonson
    Bleu Edmonson
    Edmondson’s rapidly growing fan base, “The Southland Mob,” takes its name from his debut CD, produced by Texas musical royalty, Lloyd Maines. His road-dog touring ethic, coupled with his management (Greg Henry) and booking team (CTK Entertainment), keeps him running down blacktops and back roads in excess of 200 days each year. As Edmondson’s popularity has grown so has his touring radius, much to the delight of his out-of-Texas fans.
  13. Blue Water Highway Band
    Blue Water Highway Band
    Alt-Rock, Indie, Americana. Their delivery, timing, lyrics, and harmonies and overall musicianship make them the real deal. On top of it all, they are good guys and true professionals.
  14. Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry
    Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry
    More than twenty chart singles for the duo on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the No. 1 hits, "If You Ever Stop Loving Me", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Lucky Man", "Back When I Knew It All", and "Roll with Me". Ten more of their songs reached the Top 10 on the country charts, including the No. 3 hit, "Gone", the most played country song by a duo in 2005.
  15. Breckenridge
    Breckenridge is a 6 piece dynamic Dallas/Fort Worth based band founded in 1988. The talented musicians play no less than eighteen different instruments and are at home in many different musical styles. A strong vocal presentation is the backbone of this unique band. Breckenridge has become the number one corporate party band in Texas.
  16. Hardy
    HARDY has only released eight tracks so far – found on the Moi-produced EPsWHERE TO FIND ME and THIS OLE BOY – but he clearly has a distinct voice and something to say. Opening up a whole new creative approach in Country music, HIXTAPE VOL. 1 offers more insight into the masterful, salt-of-the-Earth lyrics and rock-centric grooves which have earned the fresh face his first CMA Awards nomination this year for Song of the Year (“God’s Country”), and this is just the beginning.
  17. Cody Jinks
    Cody Jinks
    Classic styles from outlaw country to Southern rock, Cody Jinks, shifted from a career in thrash metal to become a successful country rebel.
  18. Brandon Ryhder
    Brandon Ryhder
    To date, Brandon has delivered three Top 20 singles, two Top 10 singles, three Top 5 singles and now two No. 1 singles with “Rock Angel” and “Before I Knew Your Name.”
  19. Aaron McDonnell & The Neon Eagles
    Aaron McDonnell & The Neon Eagles
    Experienced, professional, and great sounding country band stylistically in the vein of Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, and Dale Watson.
  20. Aspen Creek
    Aspen Creek
    Classic Rock, Country and Variety Dance band
  21. Bri Bagwell
    Bri Bagwell
    2013, 2014, 2015, & 2016 TRRR Female Vocalist of the Year Former songwriter at Sony/ATV Publishing
  22. Bruce and Kelly
    Bruce and Kelly
    The Texas twosome will perform sawdusty favorites from their recent duet records, Our Year and Cheater’s Game, songs from their own extensive solo catalogs and, of course, holiday favorites, old and new.
  23. Bruce Robison
    Bruce Robison
    Known for his artistry as a singer-songwriter, with hit recordings of his compositions coming from Faith Hill & Tim McGraw and the Dixie Chicks.
  24. Chris Lane
    Chris Lane
    Lane has charted four singles on Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay. Back-to-back, Gold-certified singles. 400 million digital streams worldwide, network TV appearances, and more.
  25. Cameran Nelson
    Cameran Nelson
    Nominated for three Texas Music Awards: Male Vocalist, Rising Star, and Record of the Year. Following the charted success with singles, “Thrown”, “Happy to Beer”, and “Reckless in Texas,” Nelson landed his first [multi-week] #1 on the Texas Regional Radio Report and the Texas Music Chart with “35 Runs Both Ways.” His current project, “Good Thing Going”, has earned him two more #1 hits with “SHOTGUN” and “You Can Still Wear White.”
  26. Casey Donahew
    Casey Donahew
    The album Standoff reached No. 7 on Top Country Albums, selling 13,000 on its debut week. All Night Party debuted at No. 3, selling 11,000 copies in its first week.
  27. Charlie Robison
    Charlie Robison
    In 1996 he signed with Sony and released "Life of the Party" on Sony's subsidiary Lucky Dog Records. The album gave him three of his biggest hits including "My Hometown." His next release was a live disc called "Unleashed Live," which is credited to Charlie, brother Bruce, and Jack Ingram. He then signed with Columbia Records for "Step Right Up" and another live album. In 2003, Robison was a judge on the first season of the TV singing competition Nashville Star.
  28. Clay Walker
    Clay Walker
    Clay Walker has released a total of 11 albums, including a greatest hits package and an album of Christmas music. His first four studio albums all achieved platinum certification in the United States and his greatest hits collection and fifth studio album were each certified gold. He has charted 30 country singles, including six Number Ones: "What's It to You", "Live Until I Die", Dreaming with My Eyes Open", "If I Could Make a Living", "This Woman and This Man", and "Rumor Has It". His most recent album, She Won't Be Lonely Long, was released in mid-2010.
  29. Chris Knight
    Chris Knight
    In addition to releasing solo records of his own material, Knight has had a successful career writing songs that have been recorded by Confederate Railroad, John Anderson, and Randy Travis among others.
  30. Cody Canada
    Cody Canada
    As the frontman of Cross Canadian Ragweed, Cody Canada spent years swirling Southern rock, Dustbowl country and roadhouse roots music into songs that celebrated the ups and downs of life in middle America. He was the poster boy for the Red Dirt movement, a proud outsider who could camp out in the upper reaches of the country charts — and sell more than a million copies of the band's albums, to boot — without playing by the rules of the Nashville machine.
  31. Josh Thompson
    Josh Thompson
    His first label, Columbia Records, released his debut album, Way Out Here, in 2010, which offered two Top 20 singles, “Beer On The Table” and “Way Out Here,” and the romping “Won’t Be Lonely Long.” Music industry turnover led to Josh transferring to RCA Records and new label leadership in the midst of recording his sophomore album, Change. That project was shelved, and in true art imitates life fashion, change became the mantra for the following four years of his career.
  32. Josh Kelley
    Josh Kelley
    Kelley then embraced his deep country roots, signing with MCA Nashville and releasing the steeped-in-tradition album Georgia Clay in 2011. That album’s title track became a substantial country hit, helping to expand his extraordinarily loyal, open-minded fan base, which has continued to embrace his music, even during his recent recording hiatus.
  33. Kyle Park
    Kyle Park
    Born and raised outside of Austin, he started playing country venues when he was just 15. Since then, his singles have regularly settled in the Texas Music Chart’s Top 10, with his 2013 single “The Night Is Young” reaching No. 1. His Fall EP peaking at No. 1 in 2010 on the Billboard Heatseekers South Central list. He has also performed in Europe, and has opened for artists such as George Strait, Gary Allan, Clint Black, Eli Young Band and other country headliners.
  34. Mike Ryan
    Mike Ryan
    The talent Mike has been blessed with as singer/songwriter has certainly not been ignored. After releasing his first full length album in the Fall of 2012, Night Comes Falling, Mike grabbed the attention of Sea Gayle Music, one of the top independent publishing companies in country music, out of Nashville, Tennessee. Mike strengthened his team again with APA Talent of Nashville coming on board to oversee tour booking
  35. Waterloo Revival
    Waterloo Revival
    They began sampling tunes during Nashville songwriter showcases, adopting Music City as their new home. They soon caught the ear of Big Machine Label Group President and CEO Scott Borchetta and inked a deal with Big Machine Records a week later. The duo's first two radio singles “Hit the Road” and "Bad for You" introduced their music to Country radio in 2015 and has received an overwhelming positive response from both programmers and critics.
  36. Keith Anderson
    Keith Anderson
    His debut CD, “Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll”, was certified Gold and garnered two Top 10 hits (accompanied by two No. 1 music videos), “Pickin’ Wildflowers,” and “Every Time I Hear Your Name,” along with two Top 30 hits “XXL” and “Podunk”. This success prompted music trades Billboard and Radio & Records to name him country music’s No. 1 New Male Artist of 2005 and the top new solo country artist of the year. Anderson was named one of People Magazine’s “50 Hottest Bachelors”, and Men’s Fitness Magazine’s, “Ultimate Country Star”. Anderson’s sophomore CD garnered the biggest hit of his career, “I StillMiss You”, which peaked at #2 and another Top 25 hit, “Sunday Morning In America”.
  37. Will Hoge
    Will Hoge
    An extremely prolific songwriter with ten albums under his belt and countless songs written for others (including a Grammy nomination for Eli Young Band's number-one hit, "Even If Breaks Your Heart," co-written with Paslay), Hoge saw this next phase of his journey as an opportunity to explore even deeper into both his country and rock & roll roots. Never fitting particularly neatly into a genre box, he's always just made the music that moved him – but it's safe to say that he feels more kinship with the country community than ever, particularly as a storyteller.
  38. Jason Boland and the Stragglers
    Jason Boland and the Stragglers
    Jason Boland is one of the leading lights in the Red Dirt scene, a grassroots movement that mixes honky tonk, outlaw, and contemporary country, and is powered by constant touring. The Red Dirt sound has two homes, Texas and Oklahoma, and Boland and his band the Stragglers hail from the latter. They moved to the former to make their fortune. The "Red Dirt" categorization may seem a good fit for the media and fans, but the band has insisted from the outset that they're a honky tonk outfit straight out of the country & western tradition.
  39. Shooter Jennings
    Shooter Jennings
    The only son of country legends Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, Shooter Jennings literally spent his childhood on a tour bus. Born Waylon Albright Jennings, Shooter was playing drums by the time he was five years old and had already begun taking piano lessons, only to break them off and follow his own path to an understanding of the instrument.
  40. Darryl Worley
    Darryl Worley
    There are many things that Darryl Worley has come to know in his 15-year career in country music. One of those things is how to recognize a hit song, scoring nearly 20 hit singles and three chart-topping hits with the self-penned “Awful, Beautiful Life” and the poignant “Have You Forgotten,” which spent an astonishing seven weeks at No. 1 as well as “I Miss My Friend” which came to him via a songwriter friends in Nashville. He also recognizes the importance of giving back every opportunity that he can through his annual charities that has funded organizations such as the Darryl Worley Cancer Treatment Center in Savannah, Tenn.
  41. William Clark Green
    William Clark Green
    His first album Dangerous Man caught the attention of radio stations in West Texas, but his sophomore album Misunderstood, which spawned the top 20 Texas Music Chart hit "Tonight," put him on the map as an artist to watch. His current lineup is simply a taste of what's to come from this growing music phenomenon and he plans to make 2016 the breakout year of his career.
  42. Canaan Smith
    Canaan Smith
    Mercury Nashville's Canaan Smith was named a 2015 Artist To Watch by The Huffington Post, USA Today, Yahoo! Music, Spotify and Rolling Stone. This summer, the singer/songwriter released his debut album, Bronco, which includes the RIAA Gold-Certified No. 1 hit "Love You Like That." Bronco debuted in the Top 5 on Billboard's Country Albums Chart and features 10 additional tracks including Canaan's current upbeat, feel-good single "Hole In A Bottle" which continues to climb the country airplay charts. Canaan recently embarked on his first headlining "Stompin' Grounds Tour" which hit eleven markets including Nashville, Chicago and Little Rock. Canaan spent the majority of 2015 touring with the likes of Dierks Bentley, Kip Moore and Dan + Shay, playing well over 175 shows for more than 625,000 fans. In late January, the Virginia native joined Brantley Gilbert as part of his Black Out Tour.
  43. Kevin Fowler
    Kevin Fowler
    From pubs to arenas, from dance halls to county fairs, the name Kevin Fowler always means a full house and cheering crowds. With his new CD Bring It On , Kevin delivers 100% Texan country with style. And if there's something different about Kevin, it's that inside his pearl-buttoned Western shirt beats a heart of rock. That's no surprise to his myriad of fans who know every word of his honky-tonk anthems such as Beer, Bait, and Ammo,The Lord Loves a Drinking Man and Loose, Loud and Crazy. In Bring It On 's new single, Long Line of Losers, Kevin pokes fun at what he calls that somebody in everyone's family who annoys them, the relative who gets too drunk at the family reunion. It's a way of laughing at yourself.
  44. Love and Theft
    Love and Theft
    ACM-nominated country duo, Love and Theft are a duo that writes, records and performs honest, soulful country music. They are squarely at the doorstop of a prosperous career in country music. With a young, vibrant sound, a captivating live show, and a passionate fan base, Love and Theft are poised to become the genre's next great duo.
  45. Michael Ray
    Michael Ray
    From the Sunshine state, rising country singer Michael Ray made trips to Nashville to check out the music scene and get advice from professionals in the entertainment industry. The advice he got from that trip? “Don’t move. The way the music industry’s going to become, you’re not going to be able to get a record deal just doing a showcase anymore. You’ve got to bring something to the table.”
  46. Chase Bryant
    Chase Bryant
    Music is in Bryant's blood: His grandpa played piano for Waylon Jennings, Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly, and his uncles were in Nineties hitmakers Ricochet. But Bryant's his own man, musically. The 22-year old Texan learned quickly to "always make your own stamp. I wanted to create a shadow of my own instead of living in someone else's." With his sense of melody and fiery guitar playing, he's blazing his own path — right into the opening slot on Tim McGraw's summer tour.
  47. William Michael Morgan
    William Michael Morgan
    William Michael Morgan is getting his first taste of radio success with the release of his debut single, “I Met a Girl,” and the country singer credits his parents for allowing him to pursue his passion for music. A fresh young talent whose music is steeped in country music tradition, William Michael Morgan is a singer and songwriter who was too young to order a beer when he made his first steps toward Nashville stardom.
  48. Wade Bowen
    Wade Bowen
    cross five independent albums and a decade-plus of touring, Wade Bowen has amassed a string of regional hits and awards, and also a fan base who is passionate about music. Indeed, in the fourteen years since Bowen launched his career at Stubb’s Barbecue in Lubbock, Texas, he’s risen from collegiate greenhorn to the top of the Texas music and Red Dirt circuit. His colleagues and friends Pat Green, Jack Ingram, Eli Young Band and others had made the major-label leap, helping to take a vibrant regional sound to the rest of America.
  49. Mo Pitney
    Mo Pitney
    When Mo Pitney sings "let me tell you about country" in his debut single, he's doing more than telling. He's showing. Appropriately titled, the song "Country" is as much positioning statement as introduction. In three minutes and 16 seconds, it is almost precisely who he is in word and deed. The vocal delivery, storytelling, musicianship and reflections of his outdoor lifestyle – as well as faith, family and patriotism – offer a spot-on portrayal. Joined by early fan favorites "Clean Up On Aisle Five" and "Come Do A Little Life," the song carves an unmistakably country yet completely fresh groove for the genre. In short, it sounds like nothing else, but absolutely belongs.
  50. Hudson Moore
    Hudson Moore
    Moore’s talent and buoyant personality have earned him a broad and enthusiastic fan base. His debut album, “Fireworks,” spawned the hit single of the same title, “Fireworks,” which soared to No. 1 on the Texas Music chart and held that spot for two weeks. His songs have appeared in TV and films, including the 2013 western film “Sweetwater” starring Ed Harris, January Jones and Jason Aldean, which featured Moore’s “Cold Grey Light of Dawn” over the closing credits. “It was really fun to have a song featured in a film at Sundance. Especially being a western. I’ve always been a huge fan of Western films” he says. “We went up there and watched it on the big screen at the premiere and walked the red carpet and everything. It was really exciting.”
  51. Eric Paslay
    Eric Paslay
    Eric Paslay, delivers a powerful punch as a renowned, Platinum-selling, hit songwriter and dynamic performer. Paslay has celebrated five No. 1 hits including “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” (Eli Young Band), “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” (Jake Owen), “Angel Eyes” (Love & Theft), “Rewind” (Rascal Flatts) and “FridayNight,” the smash lead single from his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. The Temple, Texas native is a recent GRAMMY nominee (first as a recording artist) in the Best Country Duo/Group category for “The Driver,” performed by Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, featuring Eric and Dierks Bentley and a current “Song of The Year” nominee for “She Don’t Love You” at the upcoming ACM Awards on April 3. A true artist’s artist, USA Today calls Paslay “flat out-brilliant” and American Songwriter names him an influencer of country music. Paslay recently released his back beat-driven groove “High Class,” the lead single from his highly-anticipated sophomore album, and takes the stage on tour with Brad Paisley this winter.
  52. Dylan Scott
    Dylan Scott
    As one of the most successful developing artists stories of the year, Dylan Scott rides a wave of momentum leading into his debut, self-titled album due out August 12th. Having been named one of Spotify’s Spotlight on 2016 Country Artists, fans have already consumed millions of plays on new music through his engagement across social media and streaming. Following the success of his debut single, “Makin’ This Boy Go Crazy”, “Crazy Over Me” debuted at #14 on the Billboard Sales Chart and “My Girl” subsequently repeated as the highest charted country single its week of release at #30.
  53. Danielle Bradbery
    Danielle Bradbery
    Nineteen-year-old Danielle Bradbery charmed her way into the national spotlight with her sweet, soulful sound and quintessential personality, winning season 4 of The Voice and seeing multiple performances reach #1 on the iTunes Country Singles chart. The youngest to ever take the title, coach Blake Shelton called Danielle, "the most important artist to ever walk across The Voice stage.” The Team Blake darling made surprise appearances on his TEN TIMES CRAZIER TOUR last Summer and previously opened for Brad Paisley's BEAT THIS WINTER TOUR and Hunter Hayes’ WE’RE NOT INVISIBLE TOUR.
  54. Tracy Lawrence
    Tracy Lawrence
    Tracy Lawrence is one of the most recognizable voices in Country music with songs such as “Paint Me A Birmingham,” “Time Marches On,” “Alibis,” and “Find Out Who Your Friends Are.” Twenty-two songs on the Billboard top ten charts Eighteen number one singles Selling over thirteen million albums.
  55. Brett Young
    Brett Young
    Brett Young comes across as the kind of guy mamas want their babies to marry. He’s tall, handsome, can sing — but only if it’s honest — and has a tendency to make every woman in the room go “Awww …” when he’s telling the stories that inspired the five songs on his self-titled EP.
  56. Jon Pardi
    Jon Pardi
    Jon Pardi's momentum continues to rise with “Heartache On The Dance Floor,” his third consecutive #1 single on the Mediabase charts. “Heartache On The Dance Floor” follows Platinum-selling No. 1 “Head Over Boots” and three-week, CMA-nominated No. 1 smash “Dirt On My Boots.” This backs an already impressive year with GOLD-certified album California Sunrise and multiple CMA Award nominations including New Artist Of The Year.
  57. Zane Williams
    Zane Williams
    Zane Williams is an anomaly in today’s country music scene, a modern-day “throwback” who is equal parts bar-room entertainer and introspective poet. Williams was a finalist in three categories at MerleFest's Chris Austin Song Contest, claiming top slots in both the Country and General categories. His album titled Overnight Success was on Billboard's Heatseekers South Central chart at No. 4. The video for the title track was on CMT Pure's 12-Pack Countdown for three weeks in a row and peaked at No. 2. The video has also been featured on GAC's daily countdown along with The Nashville Network featuring William's "Overnight Success" music video in their Top 10 Rising Stars
  58. Willie Nelson
    Willie Nelson
    The critical success of the album Shotgun Willie (1973), combined with the critical and commercial success of Red Headed Stranger (1975) and Stardust (1978), made Nelson one of the most recognized artists in country music. He was one of the main figures of outlaw country, a subgenre of country music that developed in the late 1960s as a reaction to the conservative restrictions of the Nashville sound. Nelson has acted in over 30 films.
  59. Whitney Rose
    Whitney Rose
    As the newest resident of Austin, TX and latest signing to Six Shooter Records, Rose started off 2016 by embarking on an extensive tour throughout the United States in February and March. The summer months will see her complete work on a follow up album, while holding up court at the Grandaddy of all music venues “The Continental Club” in Austin, TX with a weekly residency.
  60. Two Tons of Steel
    Two Tons of Steel
    The San Antonio-based group packed the small bars and local hangouts and quickly became the Alamo City’s most-loved band, earning them a spot on the cover of Billboard Magazine in 1996. It was the beginning of a twenty year journey for Geil and the 4-piece ensemble. Along the way, the band has collected a number of awards. To date, Two Tons has cleaned up at home, winning "Band of the Year" on 12 separate occasions and "Album of the Year" for its self-titled debut. Two Tons has also been named "Best Country Band" by the San Antonio Current ten times. Geil also has nabbed 'Best Male Vocal' honors four times
  61. Rich O'Toole
    Rich O'Toole
    With 14 top ten hits on Texas radio, it’s safe to say that Rich O’Toole knows where to call home. But like any multi-dimensional artist, especially those with one million plays on Spotify and over 1,000 full band shows performed throughout the US, including opening slots for Willie Nelson and the Josh Abbott Band, this Houston and College Station native is always looking to challenge himself and spread his wings just a little bit more.
  62. Nikko Moon
    Nikko Moon
    In 2019, Niko Moon signed a recording contract with Sony Music Nashville/RCA Nashville. His song “Good Times” was picked as one of the best songs of the summer by website College Candy.
  63. Dale Watson
    Dale Watson
    Dale has been inducted in the Austin Music Hall of Fame and even founded his own genre of music, Ameripolitan.
  64. Tim Montana
    Tim Montana
    Upon meeting ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, head Shredneck Tim Montana found his spirit animal — and wrote a cult favorite with Gibbons in "This Beard Came Here to Party," co-opted by the Boston Red Sox for their 2013 post-season run. The band — fleshed out by guitarist Kyle Rife, drummer Brian Wolff and bass player Bryce Paul — recently wrapped up a tour with ZZ Top and are opening for Kid Rock on dates this summer. Following another cut with Gibbons, the outrageous "Weed & Whiskey," Montana and his gang are in the studio collaborating with Rock and working on a new album.
  65. The Derailers
    The Derailers
    The Derailers have fed the hungry dancehall crowds with their classic country beats and a 60s pop sensibility. Fans continue to show their appreciation and admiration with requests for encores long after the last drink has been served. In terms of sound, their music celebrates the legacies of Buck Owens, George Jones, Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, Charlie Rich and the Beatles, while still being on the edge of today’s country music.
  66. Old 97's
    Old 97's
    The Old 97's are an alternative country band. They are recognized as pioneers of the alt-country movement during the mid to late 1990s along with bands such as Uncle Tupelo, Drive-By Truckers, Whiskeytown, The Jayhawks, and The Bottle Rockets. Their music has been featured in a number of hit movies and TV series, including The Break-Up ("Salome", "Melt Show", "Timebomb"), Ed ("Question", "King of All the World"), Scrubs ("Question"), Veronica Mars ("Adelaide", "Four-Leaf Clover", "The New Kid") and Scorpion ("Question").
  67. Kristian Bush
    Kristian Bush
    For a decade, Kristian Bush built his reputation as one half of the multi-platinum, Grammy-winning country duo Sugarland. He wasn't the group's lead singer -- that role went to his big-voiced partner, Jennifer Nettles -- but he steered the ship in other ways: playing multiple instruments, singing harmonies, co-producing the group’s platinum-selling albums, and co-writing an award-winning catalog of songs (including five No. 1 singles and nearly a dozen Top 10 hits) about life and love in the American South.
  68. Uncle Kracker
    Uncle Kracker
    His major label debut, Double Wide, fittingly went double-platinum and yielded #1 smash “Follow Me”. Its follow-up No Stranger To Shame reached gold status and spawned cross-format hits such as “In A Little While” and the powerful cover of Dobie Gray’s “Drift Away”, which set a Billboard record for most weeks at #1 on any chart, topping their #1 run on the Adult Contemporary radio charts for a staggering 28 weeks. Country superstar Kenny Chesney tapped him for “When The Sun Goes Down”, which impressively spent five weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs Chart. Throughout, he played sold out shows across the country and appeared everywhere from the American Country Music Awards to Late Night With Conan O'Brien. Then, 2012 saw him fully embrace his country side with his critically acclaimed fifth outing, Midnight Special.
  69. Joe Nichols
    Joe Nichols
    His albums have produced fourteen Top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, including the Number One singles "Brokenheartsville", "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off", "Gimmie That Girl", "Sunny and 75", and the RIAA-certified GOLD single "Yeah", as well as five other Top Ten entries.
  70. Easton Corbin
    Easton Corbin
    his self-titled debut album in March 2010, featuring the two number one hits "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll with It", as well as the number 14 hit "I Can't Love You Back". His second album, All Over the Road, was released in September 2012. Its first single, "Lovin' You Is Fun", was released in February 2012. The album's second single, "All Over the Road", was released in January 2013. As of 2016 with Corbin's third studio album, About to Get Real, he had sold over 600,000 albums and over 2 million singles.
  71. Parmalee
    Country fans voted the band’s debut single, “Musta Had A Good Time,” #1 for 4 consecutive weeks on SiriusXM’s The Highway “Hot 30 LIVE” countdown and the song became a Top 40 hit on mainstream country radio. The fun-loving party anthem has been featured in national sporting event broadcasts from the PGA to MLB. Parmalee was named a “Bubbling Under Artist” by Billboard magazine (June 2013) and one of Clear Channel’s NEW! Artists to Watch in 2013. MTV Networks also hand picked Parmalee to perform as part of its 2013 O Music Awards and the foursome recently appeared on the 4th Annual American Country Awards.
  72. Thompson Square
    Thompson Square
    The duo of Keifer and Shawna Thompson are a force to be reckoned with in the modern day Country music landscape. International Country music stars, Thompson Square has topped the radio charts across the Unites States, Canada and Australia with #1 hits “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not,” “If I Didn’t Have You” and “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About,” respectively.
  73. Little Texas
    Little Texas
    their debut album in 1992, Little Texas has sold over 7 million albums, earned 3 Grammy nominations, won a CMA Album Of The Year award and earned the title “The Hardest Working Band In Country” by playing over 300 shows a year!
  74. Neal McCoy
    Neal McCoy
    Neal McCoy has released ten studio albums on various labels, and has released 34 singles to radio. His commercial success continued into the late 1990s with two more platinum albums and a gold album, as well as six more Top Ten hits. Entertainer of the Year, 1998 & 1999 TNN/Music City News Country Awards Video of the Year "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," 1997 TNN/Music City News County Awards ACM/Home Depot Humanitarian Award 2005 3 platinum albums, 1 Gold Album
  75. Turnpike Troubadours
    Turnpike Troubadours
    A gritty, country-leaning roots rock band, Turnpike Troubadours at their best synthesize the populist, political folk of Woody Guthrie and the outlaw-styled honky tonk of Waylon Jennings with doses of bluegrass, Cajun, and straight-out rock dynamics. Goodbye Normal Street, their 2012 album, became their first to appear on Billboard's country chart, peaking at 14. Three years later, they released their fourth album The Turnpike Troubadours and watched it debut at number three on the Billboard country chart, a sign that the band's fanbase was expanding.
  76. Cory Morrow
    Cory Morrow
    A local legend in the Lone Star State, producing a handful of self-released albums and playing an endless string of shows from Amarillo to Corpus Christi that have made him a major attraction in the Southwest.
  77. Randy Rogers Band
    Randy Rogers Band
    Rolling Stone magazine ranked them alongside such artists as U2 and the Rolling Stones in its list of Top Ten Must-See Artists in the summer of 2007. They grossed $2.5 million in touring for the year, a staggering figure for a developing act. They have charted well on Billboard's Country charts.
  78. Pat Green
    Pat Green
    He has recorded a total of ten studio albums, including several independent works, three for Republic Records and two for BNA. Fifteen of his singles have charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, of which the highest-peaking song "Wave on Wave" from his gold-certified album of the same name. In 2015, his single "While I Was Away" was inducted into Taste of Country's Showdown Hall of Fame after winning five consecutive fan-voted rounds against artists including Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Cassadee Pope, and David Nail. Green's first album of original content in 6 years, "Home" was released on August 14, 2015 and debuted on the Top Country Albums chart at No. 5. The album includes appearances from Lyle Lovett, Sheryl Crow, and more.
  79. Craig Morgan
    Craig Morgan
    Morgan has charted seventeen times on the Billboard country charts. Besides "That's What I Love About Sunday," six more of his singles have reached that chart's Top Ten: "Almost Home," "Redneck Yacht Club," "Little Bit of Life," "International Harvester", "Love Remembers", and "Bonfire."
  80. Robert Earl Keen
    Robert Earl Keen
    The Houston native has recorded 18 full-length albums for both independent and major record labels, while his songs have had cover versions recorded by several country, folk and Texas country music musicians, including George Strait, Joe Ely, Lyle Lovett, The Highwaymen, Nanci Griffith, and the Dixie Chicks.
  81. Kane Brown
    Kane Brown
    His deep drawl will immediately garner comparisons to Josh Turner and Chris Young. It wasn’t long until his audience online far outpaced what he would find on stage: when his cover of Lee Brice’s “I Don’t Dance” racked up 60,000 shares, Brown began to find his following had become its own community, interacting with his personal posts while becoming a sounding board for snippets of original music, too. That immediate relationship with the people who are responding to his music has taken debut single “Used to Love You Sober” to the top of the iTunes Country charts, selling over 255k downloads of the song and garnering more than 3 million streams on Spotify. His freshly-released EP Chapter 1 saw similar successes, claiming the No. 3 spot on the Billboard Country albums chart and hitting the top of the iTunes country and overall albums chart. Brown co-wrote four of the five tracks on the EP, listening to fans’ feedback as he selected which tunes to release, and celebrated its success with a string of instantly sold-out shows, a triumph for a performer who found his first fans from his bedroom.
  82. Brothers Osborne
    Brothers Osborne
    Several top ten charting songs on Billboard! Brothers Osborne took home the ACM Awards for Vocal Duo of the Year and New Vocal Duo.
  83. Kenny Rogers
    Kenny Rogers
    Rogers has charted more than 120 hit singles across various music genres, topped the country and pop album charts for more than 200 individual weeks in the United States alone and has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Two of his albums, The Gambler and Kenny, are featured in the poll of "The 200 Most Influential Country Albums Ever". He was voted the "Favorite Singer of All-Time" in a 1986 joint poll by readers of both USA Today and People. He has received numerous such awards as the AMAs, Grammys, ACMs and CMAs, as well as a lifetime achievement award for a career spanning six decades in 2003. He has also acted in a variety of movies and television shows, most notably the title roles in Kenny Rogers as The Gambler and the MacShayne series as well as his appearance on The Muppet Show.
  84. Vince Gill
    Vince Gill
    He has recorded more than 20 studio albums, charted over 40 singles on the U.S. Billboard charts as Hot Country Songs, and has sold more than 26 million albums. He has been honored by the Country Music Association with 18 CMA Awards, including two Entertainer of the Year awards and five Male Vocalist Awards. As of 2017, Gill has also earned 21 Grammy Awards, more than any other male country music artist. In 2007 he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. On February 4, 2016 Gill was inducted into the Guitar Center Rock Walk.
  85. Leanne Rimes
    Leanne Rimes
    Rimes rose to stardom at age 13 following the release of the Bill Mack song "Blue", becoming the youngest country music star since Tanya Tucker in 1972.[2] Rimes made her breakthrough into country music in 1996 with her debut album, Blue, which reached No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart and was certified multi-platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album's eponymous leadoff single, "Blue", became a Top 10 hit and Rimes gained national acclaim for her similarity to Patsy Cline's vocal style. Rimes has won many awards, including two Grammys, three ACMs, a CMA, 12 Billboard Music Awards, and one American Music award. She has released ten studio albums and three compilation albums and two greatest hits albums, one released in the U.S. and the other released internationally, through her record label of 13 years, Curb Records, and placed over 40 singles on American and international charts since 1996. She has sold over 37 million records worldwide, with 20.3 million album sales in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScan. Billboard ranked her 17th artist of the 1990–2000 decade
  86. Luke Combs
    Luke Combs
    MA Awards New Artist of the Year nominee Luke Combs scores his second consecutive No. 1 with RIAA GOLD-certified single “When It Rains It Pours” topping the Billboard Country Airplay charts today. The newly minted smash hit, co-penned by Combs, Ray Fulcher and Jordan Walker, notches more than 89 million streams worldwide and over 34 million views on the single’s larger than life music video. Combs’ critically-praised debut albumThis One’s For Youhas spent 18 weeks inside the Top 5 spot onBillboard Country Albumschart since its release in June 2017 and spurred back-to-back No. 1 chart-topping hits “When It Rains It Pours” and history-making debut single “Hurricane.” The North Carolina native broke country radio records in May when his Platinum-certified smash hit “Hurricane” secured the No. 1 spot on bothBillboard Country AirplayandMediabasecharts for two weeks rendering Combs the first debut male artist to achieve a multi-week No. 1 since Blake Shelton accomplished the fete with “Austin” in 2001.
  87. Chris Janson
    Chris Janson
    For hit anthem “Fix A Drink” and the catchy “Who’s Your Farmer” in addition to deeper cuts like “Bein’ A Dad” and “Drunk Girl.” People Magazine surmised, “The popular country-rocker’s sophomore album picks up where his 2015 debut, Buy Me A Boat, left off: These are high-octane anthems about southern living”.
  88. Clint Black
    Clint Black
    Clint Black is a Grand Ole Opry inductee whose debut album stayed at No. 1 on the country album charts for 28 weeks. Black's debut album Killin' Time produced four straight number one singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. Black consistently charted hit songs into the 2000s. He has had more than 30 singles on the US Billboard country charts, twenty-two of which have reached number one, in addition to having released ten studio albums and several compilation albums.
  89. Granger Smith
    Granger Smith
    Granger Smith is a man on the move, and his latest is the announcement for When the Good Guys Win, out October 27th. Comprised of 14 tracks, the album includes Smith's latest single, the biographical "Happens Like That." But for fans of his redneck alter ego Earl Dibbles, Jr., he's also due to make an appearance. "The blurrier we can make those lines, the better," Smith told Rolling Stone Country last year. "If it's a strict black and white – Earl and Granger – then it doesn't connect the dots. And the whole purpose of Earl is to connect the dots back to Granger. It wasn't to create a separate entity, a separate figure that had a separate following. The whole purpose was, it's all one big following."
  90. Eli Young Band
    Eli Young Band
    Eli Young Bandhave come a long way since their garage band days, but the Texas natives have not forgotten their roots. A grass-roots fan-base that propelled each of their previous three albums into the Top 5 of Billboard’s Country Albums chart, with 2014’s 10,000 TOWNS bowing at No. 1. Three No. 1 singles gave the band an edgy, romantically-charged identity (“Crazy Girl,” “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “Drunk Last Night”). Their stable of hits collected Platinum and Multi-Platinum certifications that lead to Grammy and CMA Award nominations, Billboard Awards and an ACM trophy for Song of the Year (“Crazy Girl”). All of these accolades combined with their loyal fanbase and successful touring have resulted in over 500 million streams of their career catalogue
  91. Rodney Atkins
    Rodney Atkins
    "If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows)" and "Watching You", each spent four weeks at the top of the country music chart, and were respectively ranked as the top country songs of 2006 and 2007 according to Billboard Year-End. The album, which has since been certified platinum in the United States, produced two more number 1 singles in "These Are My People" and "Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy)". It's America (2009) included the number 1 single "It's America" and the top 5 hit "Farmer's Daughter", which was added to a later reissue of the album. Take a Back Road (2011) produced his sixth number 1 in its title track. Atkins has received six nominations from the Academy of Country Music and two from the Country Music Association, winning Top New Male Vocalist from the former in 2006.
  92. Josh Abbott Band
    Josh Abbott Band
    JAB nabbed Top 10 debuts on the Billboard country albums chart with 2012’s Small Town Family Dream and 2015’s Front Row Seat, and the band lobbed five singles onto the Hot Country Songs chart, including the infectious “Hangin’ Around” and “Amnesia.” In a cool quirk, JAB also provided two significant women their first chart exposure: 2011’s “Oh, Tonight” introduced many listeners to award-winning Kacey Musgraves; and 2016’s “Wasn’t That Drunk” set up Carly Pearce to sign with Nashville’s Big Machine Records.
  93. Travis Tritt
    Travis Tritt
    Seven of his albums (counting the Greatest Hits) are certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA); the highest-certified is 1991's It's All About to Change, which is certified triple-platinum. Tritt has also charted more than 40 times on the Hot Country Songs charts, including five number ones — "Help Me Hold On," "Anymore," "Can I Trust You with My Heart," "Foolish Pride", and "Best of Intentions" — and 15 additional top ten singles. Tritt's musical style is defined by mainstream country and Southern rock influences. He has received two Grammy Awards, both for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals: in 1992 for "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'," a duet with Marty Stuart, and again in 1998 for "Same Old Train", a collaboration with Stuart and nine other artists. In addition, he has received four awards from the Country Music Association, and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992.
  94. Maddie and Tae
    Maddie and Tae
    Maddie & Tae boldly introduced their debut single “Girl In A Country Song” shortly after signing with Dot Records. Featured on their debut album START HERE, of which they penned each of the eleven tracks, the PLATINUM-certified breakout hit soared atop the Country radio charts and made them only the third female duo to peak their debut single at #1 in the history of the Billboard Country singles chart. The gender-flipping video garnered over 38 million views and scored the duo their first-ever award: CMA Video of the Year. The pair, from Texas and Oklahoma, respectively, also swept the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards, winning both Favorite Country Artist and Favorite Country Song for GOLD-certified “Fly.” They have previously been nominated for ACM, CMT and CMA Awards.
  95. David Nail
    David Nail
    In 2002, he debuted the single "Memphis" from an unreleased album for Mercury Records Nashville. Five years later, he signed with MCA Nashville, for which he has released four studio albums: I'm About to Come Alive, The Sound of a Million Dreams, I'm a Fire, and Fighter plus two extended plays, 1979 and Uncovered. The albums have produced seven chart entries on Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay, including two that have reached No. 1: "Let It Rain" (featuring Sarah Buxton) and "Whatever She's Got", plus the top 10 hit "Red Light".
  96. Midland
    Made up of singer Mark Wystrach, lead guitarist Jess Carson and bass player Cameron Duddy, Midland is the embodiment of Seventies California country, all smooth Eagles harmonies and heart-on-your-sleeve lyrics. Their songs are intoxicating country sung with the twang of George Strait. And it's impossible to resist. Midland — the guys took their name from a Dwight Yoakam song — excel in setting a mood, transporting the listener to another place and time. This is music made for wide-open skies, endless deserts and wondering where the road is going to take you next.
  97. Old Dominion
    Old Dominion
    Several top ten charting songs on Billboard! Years before they climbed the country charts with songs like "Stay a Little Longer" and "Rum," the Brothers Osborne grew up in Deale, Maryland, a small fishing town on the Atlantic seaboard. It was a cozy place, filled with blue-collar workers who made their living on the water.
  98. Charlie Daniels Band
    Charlie Daniels Band
    He is perhaps best known for his number one country hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". Daniels has been active as a singer and musician since the 1950s. He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on January 24, 2008 and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2009. Daniels was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016.
  99. Jamey Johnson
    Jamey Johnson
    Academy of Country Music Song of the Year- Give It Away Country Music Association Song of the Year- Give It Away Grammy Awards Best Country Album Academy of Country Music Song of the Year Country Music Association Song of the Year
  100. The Oak Ridge Boys
    The Oak Ridge Boys
    Most world-famous and most well-known country and crossover hits such as "Elvira", "Bobbie Sue", and "American Made" Academy of Country Music Awards 1978: Top Vocal Group Academy of Country Music Awards 1981: Single of the Year – "Elvira" Country Music Association Awards 1978: Instrumental Group of the Year Country Music Association Awards 1978: Vocal Group of the Year Country Music Association Awards 1981: Single of the Year – "Elvira" Country Music Association Awards 1986: Instrumental Group of the Year Several GMA Dove Awards 2010: Long Form Music Video of the Year – A Gospel Journey Several Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance Grammy Award 1982: Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal – Elvira 2000: Inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame 2015: Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame
  101. Sawyer Brown
    Sawyer Brown
    To date, Sawyer Brown has released twenty studio albums, of which three have been certified gold in the United States for sales of 500,000 copies. More than fifty of their singles have entered the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including three Number One singles. Sawyer Brown also received a Horizon Award from the Country Music Association in 1985, as well as a Vocal Group of the Year award in 1997 from the Academy of Country Music and 5 Vocal Band Of The Year Awards from the TNN Music City News Country Awards.
  102. Tanya Tucker
    Tanya Tucker
    Her style has proven to be timeless ever since she recorded her debut single “Delta Dawn,” at age 13. The single earned a Grammy nomination for “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” and launched Tucker into the national spotlight during the beginning of her teenage years. 10 #1 Hits and 40 Top Ten Hits Academy of Country Music Awards - Top New Female Vocalist Music City News Country - Most Promising Female Artist of the Year Country Music Association Awards - Female Vocalist of the Year Academy of Country Music Awards - Video of the Year Country Music Association Awards - Album of the Year CMT's 40 Greatest Women of Country Music 10 Grammy nominations
  103. Jerry Jeff Walker
    Jerry Jeff Walker
    He's played for four or five presidents, toured in Lear Jets and bought a second home in Belize (the fruits, in part, of having penned an American pop standard, "Mr. Bojangles"). But even with all that, Jerry Jeff still sees the world with a troubadour's eyes. His songs are the way he makes the world make sense, how he passes on stories of the people he meets, the way he feels on a given morning. He has come full circle, back to his singer-songwriter roots. You might say he was heading this way all along.
  104. Diamond Rio
    Diamond Rio
    debuted in 1991 with the single "Meet in the Middle", which made them the first band ever to send a debut single to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. The band charted 32 more singles between then and 2006, including four more that reached No. 1: "How Your Love Makes Me Feel" (1997), "One More Day" (2001), "Beautiful Mess" (2002), and "I Believe" (2003). Diamond Rio has recorded nine studio albums and four Greatest Hits compilations. Three of the band's albums have achieved RIAA platinum certification in the United States. In addition, Diamond Rio has received four Group of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, two Top Vocal Group awards from the Academy of Country Music, and one Grammy Award out of thirteen nominations.
  105. Le ann Womack
    Le ann Womack
    Her 2000 single, "I Hope You Dance" was a major crossover music hit, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart and the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her signature song. Womack has released a total of six studio albums and two compilations. Four of her studio albums have received a Gold certification or higher by the RIAA. Additionally, she has received five Academy of Country Music Awards, six Country Music Association Awards, and a Grammy Award. She has sold over 6 million albums worldwide.
  106. Jo Dee Messina
    Jo Dee Messina
    Jo Dee Messina’s success consists of four studio albums and two compilation albums. Five of Messina's albums have been certified Gold or higher by the RIAA or the CRIA, with her best-selling album, I'm Alright, reaching 2× Platinum. During the span of her career, she has sold over 5 million albums. Messina has released a total of 24 singles since 1996; nine of which have reached Number One and six more were in the Top Ten. Academy of Country Music Awards Top New Female Vocalist Billboard Magazine Most Played Country Female Artist of the Year Country Music Association Awards Horizon award Two Time Grammy Nominee
  107. John Anderson
    John Anderson
    Anderson has charted more than 40 singles on the Billboard country music charts, including five Number Ones: "Wild and Blue", "Swingin'", "Black Sheep", "Straight Tequila Night", and "Money in the Bank". He has also recorded 22 studio albums on several labels. Anderson was inducted to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
  108. Shenandoah
    Shenandoah has released nine studio albums, of which two have been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. The band has also charted twenty-six singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the Number One hits "The Church on Cumberland Road," "Sunday in the South" and "Two Dozen Roses" from 1989, "Next to You, Next to Me" from 1990, and "If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too)" from 1994. The late 1994-early 1995 single "Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart," which featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss, won both artists a Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
  109. Mark Chesnutt
    Mark Chesnutt
    One of Country’s true musical treasures. Critics have hailed him as a classic Country singer of the first order and some of Country music’s most elite entertainers, from George Jones to George Strait, echo the sentiment. He has 14 No. 1 hits, 23 top ten singles, four platinum albums and five gold records to his credit; he maintains a front-and-center presence with a hefty tour schedule year after year.
  110. Restless Heart
    Restless Heart
    Overall, Restless Heart has released seven studio albums, two greatest hits albums, and a live album. Their second through fifth albums are all certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). 26 of their singles have entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including six that reached No. 1. Four of their country releases also crossed over to the Adult Contemporary chart, with two of those ("I'll Still Be Loving You" in 1986 and "When She Cries" in 1992) also reaching Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  111. Rick Trevino
    Rick Trevino
    Trevino has charted a total of fourteen singles on theBillboardHot Country Songscharts, including three #1 singles and has recorded seven studio albums.
  112. Joe Diffie
    Joe Diffie
    Diffie charted 35 cuts on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, including five number one singles: his debut release "Home", "If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)", "Third Rock from the Sun", "Pickup Man" (his longest-lasting number one, at four weeks) and "Bigger Than the Beatles". In addition to these cuts, he has 12 other top ten singles and ten other top 40 hits on the same chart. He also co-wrote singles for Holly Dunn, Tim McGraw, and Jo Dee Messina, and has recorded with Mary Chapin Carpenter, George Jones, and Marty Stuart.
  113. LANco
    The five guys who make up LANco — singer-lyricist Brandon Lancaster, bassist Chandler Baldwin, multi-instrumentalist Jared Hampton, drummer Tripp Howell and guitarist Eric Steedly — all bring their own unique influences to the table, resulting in a rich mash-up of contemporary country and gleaming pop.
  114. Sam Riggs
    Sam Riggs
    It was his first album “Outrun The Sun” that brought Sam up directly into high music society with stellar national reviews, hit singles, hit music videos, national television music placement, elite invitations to perform at renown events, sold out crowds, 2.2 million total streams on Spotify, 600,000 plus views on YouTube, over 30,000 followers on his social media pages, and, most recently, a spotlight feature in Rolling Stone Country.
  115. Sundance Head
    Sundance Head
    A singer who delivers a full-bodied blend of soul and country sounds, Sundance Head spent years cultivating an audience before he emerged victorious on the 11th season of the television talent competition series The Voice in 2016.
  116. Whiskey Myers
    Whiskey Myers
    2 #1 songs on the Texas Music Charts Top 10 on the Billboard Country Chart
  117. Flatland Cavalry
    Flatland Cavalry
    Formed in the fall of 2012, the quintet was rounded up by Cordero after stretches of acoustic outings around the Panhandle town of Lubbock. With guitarist Reid Dillon, fiddler Laura Jane, bassist Jonathan Saenz, and drummer Jason Albers joining Cordero, Flatland quickly garnered the attention of the masses with the release of the debut EP, Come May, in the spring of 2015. Building off the success of Come May, Cordero and company released their full-length follow-up, Humble Folks this year.
  118. The HAYWIRE Band
    The HAYWIRE Band
    With over 50 combined years of experience, and a repertoire of over 600 songs The Haywire Band is the perfect party band for live events of all kinds including weddings, conventions, festivals, you name it! Based in Dallas, Texas, The Haywire Band's talented musicians have opened for and played along side national acts such as Rascal Flatts, Leann Rimes, LeAnn Womack, Aaron Tippin, Rick Springfield, Trace Atkins, Bryan White, just to name a few. Bring this rockin party band to your next event!
  119. Cody Wayne Band
    Cody Wayne Band
    full-blown country-red dirt-high energy concert. These musicians raise the bar high and bring a party with every song. They're wildly talented, energetic and thrive on entertaining crowds of all ages. That's how fans describe a night with Cody Wayne.
  120. Doug Stone
    Doug Stone
    8 #1 singles, 15 Top 5 singles, and millions and millions of album sales.
  121. Koe Wetzel
    Koe Wetzel
    Born and raised in East Texas, Koe Wetzel is rapidly gaining momentum in the Texas scene. The band brings a strong mixture of southern rock energy and East Texas charm.
  122. Tony Jackson
    Tony Jackson
    He is a true singer/songwriter with a passion for the traditional country music sound. His original music reaches millions of fans across his social channels, with his George Jones tribute hitting over 38 million views.
  123. Read Southall
    Read Southall
    Read Southall became the talk of Oklahoma after the release of his acoustic album “Six String Sorrow” in 2015 that accumulated 8 million streams in just 3 years.
  124. Parker McCollum
    Parker McCollum
    Austin-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist
  125. Ryan Hurd
    Ryan Hurd
    In addition to his own number one songs, Ryan has written songs that have been recorded by Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Jake Owen, Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris, Tim McGraw, Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts among many others.
  126. Dan & Shay
    Dan & Shay
    Dan + Shay’s self-titled third studio album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart at the same time its lead single “Tequila” reached No.1 at country radio, the first time since 2009 that a duo or group has topped both charts simultaneously.
  127. Jimmie Allen
    Jimmie Allen
    Kicking off 2018 being recognized on nearly every “Ones to Watch” list, this year has proved to be a turning point in the singer’s career as he raced through milestones that most only dream of—earning a standing ovation while making his Grand Ole Opry debut.
  128. Carly Pearce
    Carly Pearce
    her No. 1 debut “Every Little Thing,” which steered a chart-topping trifecta on SiriusXM’s The Highway that also includes “If My Name Was Whiskey” and “Hide The Wine.” With the GOLD-certified title track from her highly-acclaimed debut album EVERY LITTLE THING (Big Machine Records)
  129. Jordan Davis
    Jordan Davis
    Jordan’s music, which blends traditional country with a variety of genres, effortlessly reflects Jordan’s influences and experiences of his upbringing.
  130. Morgan Wallen
    Morgan Wallen
    He’s a chart-topping songwriter with his name on tracks like Jason Aldean’s “You Make It Easy,” a Grand Ole Opry performer and an artist on the fast track with over 100 million Spotify streams, earning the respect of legends like Bill Anderson and country’s new generation at the same time.
  131. Walker Hayes
    Walker Hayes
    Songs includes the RIAA certified Platinum hit, “You Broke Up With Me” as well as fan favorites “Halloween” and “Beautiful. Tracks from the album were nominated for Radio Disney Country Favorite Song (“You Broke Up With Me”), CMT Breakthrough Music Video of the Year (“You Broke Up With Me”) and AIMP Song of the Year (“Craig”).
  132. Mitchell Tenpenny
    Mitchell Tenpenny
    “Drunk Me” made streaming chart history by achieving the highest entry ever for a new artist on Nielsen’s On Demand Audio Core Country Streaming chart. The single achieved #39 following an increase of 249% for a total of 1.5 million streams.
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