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Drake White & The Big Fire

Drake White, named, one of Billboard Magazine’s Top 10 Country Artists to Watch in 2013 is an old-soul, who writes timeless songs.  His lyrics reflect his mantra of making the very most of every moment.   2013 marked White’s debut on the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage and saw the release of his first single “The Simple Life,” which landed in the top 40 on the Billboard Country Chart.

Part poet, philosopher and backwoods rabble-rouser, White, who is originally from Hokes Bluff, AL, has a unique ability to tap into the emotions of fans. “I grew up surrounded by music,” says White, who has toured with Toby Keith and Kip Moore in addition to opening for Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Little Big Town and others.  “I got my first guitar from our neighbor, Mr. Brown who was a bluegrass musician. I was raised listening to the greats from Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and The Allman Brothers to Credence Clearwater Revival.  I write music from my personal experiences to be shared whether around a campfire or in an arena, hoping that my lyrics resonate with people on an intimate level.”


Leith Loftin

Rooted in country and laced with southern swampy soul, Leith Loftin makes
music as rugged and raw as the rough roads and wrong turns that have taken
him through years of trial and triumph. His miles are marked with a sound as
unique as the life he has lived with grooves as deep and dirty as the honky
tonks he cut his teeth in and lyrics as true as his Sunday morning upbringing.
Since his move to Nashville in 2005, the Vaden Mississippi native has wasted
little time becoming one of country music’s hottest up and comers.
Having established a firm “take a bullet”” fan base with his charismatic live
performance, down home demeanor, and confident country boy swagger, it’s
evident that the tunesmith’s 200 plus shows a year are bearing fruit.

Leith Loftin’s true to life, “throw back” sound throws back so far that it’s new
again. Borrowing from the diverse influences of Hank Jr, Willie Nelson and
John Anderson and pulling from his musical family, and hard childhood chocked
full of wrong crowds, and almost right girls, Leith Loftin plays
Real Life Real Loud!

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