Country/americana

TOM PROCTOR BAND

 

No stranger to the stage and screen, one of the “Guardians of the Galaxy”, Tom Proctor released his singing/songwriting album debut entitled, “Working Man” worldwide on June 15th, 2018. The record was recorded at the famous Dark Horse Recording Studios, home of artists such as Taylor Swift and Matchbox 20, Tim McGraw, amongst others. The album is a conglomerate of story-telling majesty, heart-filled passion, and orgasmic drama, from a man that’s lived a fast and furious life thus far. 

Tom Proctor can tell you tales of his life for the next 30 years without taking a breath. He’s been a stuntman, has trained horses, has been in over 250 full contact fights and aside from films has also appeared on major TV. His love for song and story began at a young age through encouragement from his grandmother Marie. Although he played the drums already, after winning a guitar in an arm wrestle he realized the calming effect of the strings. Many of his songs are written on a whim or in a dream, or through a psychic revelation. Most have a story behind the story of the song, and all are genre defying.

Booking Contact: Brian Towers  brian@bt-artists.com 

www.tomproctorband.com

MELODY GUY

 
​I can only compare Melody Guy to Melody Guy...original, funny, heartache, intouch. Every performance differs with changing audience, musicians and mood. The real deal, the whole package, the one and the only Melody Guy. 
Steven Faulkner-

2006 Melody Guy played the Ryman in Nashville TN where she received a standing ovation for her song "Mistakes Like Me" 

Booking Contact: Brian Towers  

brian@bt-artists.com 

www.melodyguy.com

CROSSMAN CONNECTION

 

Crossman Connection is a High Energy Country Band. They have played shows across the US for over 20 years, entertaining crowds as large as 20,000 people. The band has opened for an impressive array of Nashville Recording acts such as; Daryl Singletary, Chris LeDoux, Joe Nichols, Lee Brice, Little Texas, Phil Vassar, Sam Hunt, Halfway to Hazzard, Jason Aldean, Jon Pardi and many more. 

The band has just released it’s sophomore Album, How High, which includes 10 Songs written by Jeff and Kevin Crossman and two songs written by Stoney Creek Nashville artist Adam Craig. Adam has penned hits for artists such as Jason Aldean, Parmalee, Love and Theft and more. The album, How High, features well known Studio Musicians Rich Redmond (Drummer for Jason Aldean Band) , Jimmy Nichols (Pianist for Reba McEntire and Faith hill) , Eddy Dunlap(Steel Guitarist for William Michael Morgan and Clay Walker), Ross Holmes (Founding member and Fiddle Player for Mumford and Sons and Current Fiddle Player for Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) , and Tony Lucida (Bass guitar for Kane Brown, Lee Brice and many more)

Booking Contact: Brian Towers  brian@bt-artists.com 


JESSICA MEUSE

  

Jessica Meuse is an American performer from Slapout, Alabama. She has wowed audiences since the age of 10 and plays several instruments (guitar, piano, and classical violin).  At 20, Jessica won the statewide artist showcase, Stars of Alabama.  

A spot on Season 3 of NBC’s The Voice followed, where she made it to the blind auditions and was on Vans Warped Tour.  Jessica was then selected by American Idol’s judges, Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez, and Harry Connick, Jr., for Season 13 of the TV series where she rose to be a Top 4 National Finalist.  Jessica also became the first person in the history of Idol to perform her own original song during the finals and joined Idols LIVE Tour, performing in 40+ cities across the USA and Canada. 

Jessica is signed to LA Group Management and "Halfhearted" marks her first full-length album release on Warrior Records.  Shortly after its release, the album hit Top 10 on iTunes Country Albums and its songs have amassed over 8 million streams, appearing in Apple Music Country Hot Tracks and being added to numerous Spotify/Apple Music playlists.  

Meuse's first single, "Thank God It Didn't Work" was a Top 100 Mediabase Country Song at terrestrial radio and her second single, "Love Her Better," is currently being promoted to country outlets around the country.  The song's music video has been honored with awards at seven different film festivals.  “I wrote Love Her Better after dating a guy for 4 months," notes Jessica.  "It was long enough for his true colors come out…he thought it was ok to cheat on me with his ex-girlfriend AND a married lady!  He made me so mad that I had to record this song!”

Jessica's ongoing schedule has her traveling around the country with ongoing festival tour dates and radio/tv appearances.  On a personal note, Jessica is a fitness buff and brand ambassador for various products, dedicates time to raising awareness about Domestic Violence, Cyberbullying, St. Jude, and Children's Cancer Association, while continuing to record and tour.

Other Points of Note

• "Thank God It Didn't Work" 2+ Million Music Video Streams, Top 100 Mediabase Country Radio Chart, Taste of Country's 17 Songs From Women In Country That Demand Your Attention 

• Billboard Magazine Feature; "Jessica Meuse Explains Why Album Title 'Halfhearted' Doesn't Mean What You Think" 

• Feature interview in Cowboys & Indians Magazine

• Best Female Vocalist Finalist - 14th Annual International Acoustic Music Awards (International Acoustic Music Awards)  

• 2017 Female Vocalist Of The Year Nomination (Texas Country Music Association) 

• American Idol Top 4 (8 Singles Released By Idol)

For Booking Contact: Brian Towers

brian@bt-artists.com