June 1st – June 4th

2023 Schedule

Our Mission

Hook, Lines and Singers is a Smith Mountain Lake based 501c3 nonprofit. Established for the sole purpose in supporting our local charities and businesses through music. All of our positions are non-paid volunteers. We all dedicate our time and energy to developing a better community through charity. All of your donations are tax-deductible. 


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Walker Taylor

Walker Taylor was born and raised in the Lowcountry of South Carolina and has spent most of his life on the baseball diamond, lakes, rivers, or in the woods — and has always had a love for writing & singing country music.

He’s been influenced musically by George Straight, Luke Combs, Riley Green, Tim McGraw and many others. 

When he’s not singing, he’s hunting, fishing, playing baseball, or hanging out with his friends. 

Stay tuned… lots of great real country music coming from Walker Taylor soon!

Drew Ryder Smith

Drew Ryder Smith is a country music singer and award winning professional songwriter.  He is the owner of Gray Sound Recording LLC, working as a producer and senior mixing engineer and the creator of The Before You Record Course.  Born and raised between “Music City” (Nashville, TN) and “The Hit Making Capital of the World” (Muscle Shoals, AL),  his career in music was probably inevitable. Drew’s latest single, “Exes” was released on Sept. 20, 2022.  It was one of the 15 most added songs for digital radio for multiple weeks following its release. His last single “The Truth” was released Oct. 29, 2021.  It was one of the top 15 most added songs for digital radio and was on the Country Digital Up and Coming charts for a solid six weeks.  “The Truth” was also recently selected by Spotify for one of its coveted editorial playlists.

Drew’s work has been recorded in many countries including the US, Canada, Ireland, Germany and Australia (among others) by legends like Merle Haggard, Nashville powerhouse Randy Houser, Rob Snyder, Jason Charles Miller, Kevin Denney, John Schneider, and Australian-Canadian country singer, Gord Bamford, who stands as one of the most decorated artists in Canadian country music and the only two-time winner of the CMA Global Country Artist of the Year award.

Drew learned his first chords on his grandmother’s 1964 Gibson Hummingbird and wrote his first song (which he now describes as “terrible”) when he was only 12.  He started his music career in radio at the age of 14 when he innocently called the studio to inquire about working there and his deep voice led the station manager to believe he was an adult with radio experience.  When a 14 year old Drew showed up at the studio, after a shared laugh at the mix up, his unique voice inspired the manager to keep him around and he began working as an on air personality.

Drew has named his early influences include: Steve Earle, John Prine, Don Williams, Merle Haggard, Foster & Lloyd, Jackson Browne and, last but certainly not least, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, which happens to be the first concert he ever attended – at the age of two.  His pastor father relays that they skipped church to attend the concert and little Drew played air guitar throughout the whole thing.

Drew toured coast to coast for several years in his early career and has shared the stage with Merle Haggard, Don Williams, Big & Rich, Lee Brice, Lady A and many others. He describes opening for Merle Haggard at the Ryman Auditorium with only a stool and his acoustic guitar as one of the highlights of his career.  Opening for one of his heroes with the likes of John Prine, Tim and Faith, Keith Urban and top industry executives in the audience, and his mother in the wings, is a story he rarely tells but that is close to his heart.

Drew’s long songwriting career has also afforded him the opportunity to write with Don Schlitz (“The Gambler,” “When You Say Nothing At All”), Rob Snyder (“She Got The Best Of Me” – Luke Combs), Driver Williams (“Smoke A Little Smoke” – Eric Church), Bobby Pinson (“Some Of It” – Eric Church) and he continues to work with some of the brightest talent in Nashville.  His first gold record hangs on his mother’s/father’s wall.

Drew owns Gray Sound Recording Services LLC based in Nashville, TN where he produces and serves as senior mixing engineer.  He often works with his close friend, Grammy award winning producer, Glenn  Tabor, owner of Gat3 in Charlotte, NC.

Drew is also the author of The Before You Record Course (TM), which prepares new artists for their first recording session and walks them through what goes into making a record, imparting knowledge gleaned from 15 years in the business.   He has stated, “I’ve recorded in the studio thousands of times. It took several years, many mistakes, some unnecessarily-spent money and plenty of embarrassing moments to be able to create this course, so you can avoid all that.”  He loves hearing from new artists about how the course has helped them start their own successful careers from a place of empowerment.

Drew is a proud member of the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association as well as NSAI (the Nashville Songwriters Association International).

When not in the studio or on the road,  Drew can be found in Nashville or the NYC area – usually hanging out with any dog he sees. Like – All. The. Dogs.

Nick Crook

Hailing from Joshua, TX, Nick Crook is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter whose songs and wandering spirit have taken him across the country in pursuit of good stories and good folks to share them with.

Madeline Rae

Madeline Rae is a multi-faceted Indie/Pop Singer-Songwriter and Texas native based in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a creative and dynamic artist with an ear for writing intricate, haunting melodies and richly layered harmony. She maintains a delicate balance between authentic and synthetic sounds, and blends Jazz, Soul, and R&B elements into her newfound Indie/Pop genre. Madeline uses her music to speak truth and connect through story. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Business / Songwriting from Dallas Baptist University, and spent over 10 years in the Texas music scene before transitioning to Nashville. Madeline also has the privilege  of working in the private yachting industry as a stewardess and entertainer, performing for guests across the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and the Mediterranean in addition to the States. Madeline Rae is an up and coming artist in Nashville’s music scene today with an array of upcoming releases on radar. You can find her performing in local Nashville venues around town or somewhere cozy with a hot cup of tea in hand.

Carter Hulsey

Carter Hulsey is an Americana singer-songwriter from Joplin, Missouri. Hulsey has played hundreds of shows all across the globe for the last decade. His concepts and narratives are inspired by storytellers such as Stephen King, Kurt Vonnegut, Jack Hit and David Sedaris with musical influence by Todd Snider, John Prine, Guy Clark, and Gillian Welch.

Sean Cunningham

Sean Cunningham is a Nashville based Americana Singer/Songwriter with rockstar roots! Born and raised in Louisville, KY to a musical family, Sean’s career has taken him all over the globe, working with such artists as The Stereophonics, Chevelle, Silverchair, Neil Finn and many others. At age 20 Sean was signed to Warner Music as the frontman of New Zealand rock band ATLAS, quickly topping the charts with their song “Crawl” which would go on to be the longest running #1 single in New Zealand history! After being nominated for an Australian MTV Music Video award in 2008 and going on to win Best New Artist at the NZ Music Awards, ATLAS finally disbanded. Relocating to Nashville, TN in 2011 Sean started the 70’s rock inspired band The Cunning but after years of touring decided to embark on his very first solo venture in 2021. With a sound comparable to Ryan Adams, David Grey, and The Lumineers, Sean is undoubtedly one of Nashville’s top artists to watch out for!

Genna Matthew

Award-winning folk-pop artist Genna Matthew finds the sonic sweet spot between timeless roots influences and dreamy indie-pop hooks. Her evocative lyrics and crystalline voice cut through the noise, straight to the core.

Genna was raised by the vibrant Folk/Amaricana scene of central Virginia. Her bittersweet sound sugarcoats wistful lyrics with honey-smooth vocals. Her songwriting has been recognized both regionally and internationally, most recently as the Grand Prize Winner of Nashville’s Music City Songstar Competition.

Her 2016 EP, ‘My Old Habits’, features a stellar cast of Virginia-rooted artists, including Johnny Stubblefield (Parachute), Sam Wilson (Sons of Bill), Chris Pandolfi (Infamous Stringdusters), Butch Taylor (Dave Matthews Band), and Matt Wood (Erin and the Wildfire).

In 2018 she traded the Blue Ridge Mountains for the Spanish coast, where she completed her Masters in Contemporary Music Performance and Production at Berklee’s Valencia campus.

Lily Grace

Lily Grace is a young girl going big places. Already turning industry heads, collaborating with iconic Australian artists, supporting artists including Vance Joy and drawing strong crowds, this 17-year old talent from the Gold Coast is one of the most exciting female artists to emerge in recent years.

Lily Grace is a genuine, grounded performer who sings from the heart. With her relaxed, easy-listening style and warm and natural stage presence, Lily Grace leaves audiences transfixed by her talent, her young age, and her unique style.

Naturally gifted, Lily Grace began singing at 10 years of age. She dived deeper into music a mere six years ago, when she was gifted her first guitar at the age of 11. Her determination to self-fund her own equipment saw her busking at local markets, and soon after, attracting her to local cafes, restaurants, events and festivals.

With several years’ stage experience already behind her, Lily Grace delivers her own storytelling originals alongside a vast collection of popular, crowd-pleasing favourites from contemporary, classics, and country. The emotions of love, determination, kindness, gratitude and pure joy pour forth in every one of her performances.

Lily Grace is a sought-after talent having performed at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Gympie Music Muster, Groundwater Country Music Festival, Barefoot Country Music Festival (New Jersey, USA), Freedom Festival (Monterey, Tennessee USA), and the iconic ‘Bluebird Cafe’ in Nashville, Tennessee.

She recently supported Aria winning pop-folk artist Vance Joy, opening his Brisbane Riverstage show. On the country scene, she has opened for Amber Lawrence and Catherine Britt’s ‘Love and Lies Tour’ across Queensland, joined Tania Kernaghan in concert, toured with James Blundell, and the Davisson Brothers band in the USA.

She is a finalist in this years 2023 QMusic Awards, and was the 2022 winner of ‘People’s Choice Award’ in the Gold Coast Music Awards along with being a Top 3 finalist for ‘Breakout Artist of the Year’.

In 2022, she was nominated in 9 categories of the Tamworth Songwriters Association Awards, and won ‘Best Country Song’ and ‘Country Rock Song’ along with the ‘Best Video’ (for Annie June) in the 2022 Australian Country Music People’s Choice Awards where she was a also a finalist for Best Female Vocal, Best Song, and Most Promising Future Star.

in 2021, Lily Grace had an exciting collaboration with the legendary country music icon, James Blundell. The two penned a song together, co-headlined a concert on the Gold Coast and toured together, taking their co-written song ‘Annie June’ to stages across Queensland, following on from it’s successful release in May of 2021.

The excitement around the track helped it reach the Top 10 on the ‘Australian Country Radio’ chart, #17 on the ‘Hottest Australian Country Hits’ chart, #9 on ‘Country Radio Charts’, #31 on the ‘Countrytown Hot 50 Music Chart’. A live video stream on country radio program, KIX Live, and with the official music video being played in high rotation on Foxtel’s & Fetch CMT TV channel reaching #3 in ‘Today’s Top 15’, also featuring in ‘Official Top 30’, ‘Fresh Country’, and ‘Aussie Country’  programs. Annie June also won ‘Best Video’ award in the 2022 Australian Country Music People’s Choice Awards.

Off the back of a successful debut duo release, Lily released her debut solo single in August 2021, ‘Sixteen Wishes.’ An uplifting and summery track, it rocketed to #3 on the ‘Australian Country iTunes Chart’ and #27 on the ‘Australian All Genres iTunes Chart’.  Within a week of it’s release, it was the #1 streamed and downloaded song for Australian radio airplay. ‘Sixteen Wishes’ continued to climb the Official Top 30 on CMT television, reaching #13.

‘The Two Of Us Meet’ followed and was Lily’s most successful solo release (released February 2022), reaching #1 on ‘iTunes Australia Country Chart’, #11 on ‘iTunes Australia All Genres Chart’, #1 on ‘Country Thunder’, #5 on ‘Australian Independent Record Labels Association Chart’, #6 on the ‘Oz Country Music Radio Tasmania Chart’, #8 on ‘Hottest Australian Country Hits Chart’ and #12 on ‘Country Radio Charts’. As her first song to also launch in the USA, her international fan base grew rapidly and ‘The Two of Us Meet’ has since garnered over 1 million streams. The song debuted on the Music Row Country Chart at #78, and climbed to #23 on the Music Row Indie Chart. CMT Australia added the music video to high rotation and the track rose to #11 on the CMT Top 30 Chart.

With the demand for her music taking her back over to Nashville again this year, and an ever growing fanbase and social media following, the future certainly looks bright for this young artist.

Judy Paster

Nashville based Singer songwriter Judy Paster breathes life back into the timeless roots music genre and her artistry and songs remind us why the truth-seeking, bohemian lifestyle bred by folk, story-telling, country, and Americana music continues to thrive.   The Pennsylvania native has become known for her blend of Americana meets “Nashville folk country music. Her distinctive power-packed style offers an authentic and pure sound, reminiscent of popular 70s singer/songwriters. Paster originally gained notoriety in Billboard with her rootsy self-titled debut EP, Judy Paster, when she was referred to as an artist “truly on the rise.” Shortly after, Paster moved to Nashville and found herself getting local airplay and carving out her own niche in the Nashville singer/songwriter community. Since making the move to Music City, not only has Paster enjoyed cuts by other independent artists, but she has also garnered numerous music awards including the 2021 Josie Music Award for Folk/Americana Artist of the Year, and a Canadian Covenant Award (the Canadian equivalent of America’s Dove) for co-writing the Jazz Blues Song of the Year,  She  is a three-time GMA (Gospel Music Association) Covenant award-nominee, and has recorded with Southern Gospel legends, the Gaithers, written and shared the stage with some of Nashville’s top songwriters including Bill DiLuigi (“Grateful”), Brian White & Steve Dean (“Watching You”),  John Ford Coley (England Dan & John Ford Coley/”I’d Really Love to See You Tonight”), and Wil Nance (“Round About Way”), and performed at some of Nashville’s most prestigious venues including The Bluebird Cafe, 3rd & Lindsley, The Listening Room Cafe, The Sutler, Tin Roof, and festivals across the southeast. Most recently, Paster signed a distribution deal with Symphonic Distribution. She has also debuted live on Opry Nashville Radio and has been played on Americana and country radio worldwide. Since releasing her debut EP, she has also released three additional albums, Stronger, Rubies, Rocks & Stones, and Like Stardust, and her last single, “Chop Wood Carry Water,” in which she also filmed a corresponding music video that is now airing on The Country Network (TCN) TV.  It has been nominated for Americana/Folk/Roots Song of the Year & Video of the Year at the Josie Music Awards 2023, held at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, TN  on October 22nd, To keep up with the latest news on Judy Paster including new music and tour dates, visit her Website at Http://

Wil Nance

Wil Nance recently hit the top of R&R and Billboard with his Brad Paisley smash “She’s Everything”, which stayed at #1 for three weeks. In addition; he also wrote the Brad Paisley song “Hard To Say Hello”, which was on Brad’s Time Well Wasted bonus album sold in Target stores.

In 1999, Wil received a BMI award for “Round About Way,” a #1 hit single for George Strait. It has also landed on other George Strait albums, such as; George Strait’s Latest Greatest Hits, and George Strait’s 50 Number Ones … Over seven million sales and counting.

Then in 2004, Wil received another BMI Award for his Joe Nichols single “Cool To Be A Fool”.

Other recent cuts include; the Blue County single “I Get To”, Tracy Lawrence’s “Your’e Why God Made Me” and “Just Like Her,”, Joe Nichols’ “Honky Tonk Girl,” Lyric Street Artist Lisa Shaffer “I Know I Love You” and “Sittin’ On Top Of The World,” as well as other major and independent label cuts.

Some of his past songwriting credits include; “You Are”, a John Michael Montgomery single, “Next To Nothin,’” a Gene Watson single, cuts on Neal McCoy “Same Boots,” Craig Morgan “Everything’s A Thing,” “It’s Me,” “What You Do To Me,” Mchayes’ “Mr. Right Now,” Diamond Rio “Big Time Lonesome,” and many others.

Kiernan McMullan

Born In Hong Kong, China

“a refreshing validation of what a singer/songwriter should be”
-Mike Knightson – NEWSTALK

“impressive….with style” – HOTpress magazine

To call him a singer/songwriter really wouldn’t give you an idea of what his music sounds like or where his influences lie. His music spans from acoustic, jazz, and rock all the way to hip-hop, electro, and funk. Such varied influences probably stem from constantly being on the move and changing his surroundings. Kiernan was born in Hong Kong 1986 and in the last 21 years has called America, Australia, UK and Ireland home at some point. The majority of his childhood was spent in Boston which is evident in his music with a lot of influence coming from the songwriter scene in the states.

In 2005 after finishing secondary school he started a course and sound, stage, and lighting and it was during that time he began working on what would be his first unofficial album( “long demo” as he refers to it) “New Age Robin Hood” which compiled 13 songs written and produced by himself. By the time he released it independently he was working steadily in venues around the country and spending all his free time on the road doing shows, interviews, appearances, and promotion. In late 2006 after releasing and touring the album he ran into his band:

-Declan Clarke (drums) who was introduced to him by NY based songwriter Joe Whyte
-Adam Brothwood (bass) an aspiring sound engineer and college friend, and
-Kevin O’Malley (guitar) a long time school friend and fellow songwriter.
So touring then began with the new band, the shows became countless and he seemed to be making a splash in the Irish music scene. So he quit work and took to music full time.

In 2007 he released his first official single in Ireland called “Borderline” which went to number 3 on the Irish download charts and earned him spots on major radio stations all over the country as well as supports with the likes of Cathy Davey, The Blizzards, David Geraghty, The Coronas, Delorentos, top Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone, and many many more.

In late 2007 he stepped into the studio with his band to work on a new full length record. They went to Grouse Lodge Studios which has seen the likes of REM, Muse, Snow Patrol, Bloc Party, Flogging Molly, Paolo Nutini, and even Michael Jackson recorded there. Kiernan’s debut on One Eleven Records is available now on iTunes.

Stevie Rae Stephens

From the vineyard filled suburbs of the California Bay Area, Stevie Rae Stephens is a pop singer-songwriter whose powerhouse vocals, presented through honest lyricism and soaring melodies, create the perfect canvas for her message of empowerment and feminism. Through years of training and competitive singing, Stevie Rae has performed on American Idol season 12, the pitching mound of the San Francisco Giants AT&T Park, and a multitude of local stages in Nashville including The Grand Ole Opry. Stevie Rae is the co-host of a very successful night of original music on Sunday nights in Nashville. Her fiery voice cuts through even the loudest crowd with conviction and intention paired with unforgettable melodies and motifs of self love and worth. With multiple singles, albums, and EPs released, Stevie Rae finds joy in using her degree in audio engineering to produce and curate projects and push herself to continuously grow within new experiences.


ALAYNA left her home town of Butler, Pennsylvania in the summer of 2011 with nothing but a few necessities and her favorite guitar to pursue a career in music. A few years later, she was writing with award-winning songwriters, playing Music City’s most prestigious venues including the world-famous Bluebird Café, Nissan Stadium, and The Listening Room.

Alayna currently has over 1 million YouTube views and twenty independent cuts to her credit. She has played many prominent conventions and festivals including Christmas 4 Kids Bus Tour, Muscle Shoals Songwriters Festival,
National Cornbread Festival, Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival, Smoky Mountain Songwriters Festival, Sunbelt AG, and the Tennessee State Fair. She was named one of the CMA’s Emerging Artists in 2017; has received multiple awards over the years from TSAI (Tennessee Songwriters Association International), and released a fan-funded EP, The Wrong Side, in 2015 with sales in thirty-five US states and twelve countries; charting at #30 on the iTunes UK Country charts. Alayna also had one of her songs included as an instrumental on season 18 of NBC’s hit TV show, The Voice, and has filmed acoustic videos performing Martina McBride’s “Broken Wing” for Country Rebel which has now exceeded 170k views, and the classic “Desperado,” which is now approaching 100k views.

Bill Diluigi

Music Row Staff Writer at LuckySky Music Cuts by Bonnie Tyler, Richie McDonald(from Lonestar), Johnny Lee, Platinum rockers
Blessed Union of Souls Juno Award 2017 Record of the Year Nomination ( Canada’s Grammy Award)
Covenant Award Winner (Canada’s Dove Award)
Over 500 songs recorded
Songs on Billboard Country and Americana Top 100
Several hit songs in Australia

Film and TV-
Movie Songs: Left Behind- The Rise of the Antichrist with Corbin Benson and Kevin


Hope’s Legacy, feat Dyan Cannon
Cowgirls N Angels, featuring Bailee Madison
Dakota’s Summer, feat Keith Carradine
Sunday Horse, with William Shatner

TV songs- The Tonight Show, Good Morning America. HGTV’s Home Town, Hart of Dixie,
Access Hollywood, and many more
Dress Up This Town- National theme for The Boot barn stores with Mary Sarah
Cast member of the reality show “The Song”
Former staff writer at Rhyme Partners Music Row Publisher Nashville
Pro acoustic guitarist and BG singer, National Tours
Past member of Nashville’s Songbird Tours
Past Grand Prize Song Contest winner of :
American Songwriter Magazine
NSAI/CMT Song Contest
Frank Brown Song Contest
I am blessed to wake every day and use whatever super powers God gives me for good!

Scott Barrier

Contact: 615-944-3481

Scott Barrier, originally from Sparks Maryland, is a professional commercial songwriter from Nashville, TN, who has had over 80 of his songs recorded by artists, including the following singles:

1. Squirrel Train – Pam Hopkins (#1 for 2 weeks on the Australian and Tasmanian Country Music charts)

2. Vinyl Revival – Performed by the singing group Worth The Wait, former contestants on The Voice, on the Grand Ole Opry, and is also the title cut on their new album

3. It’s A Maryland Thing – Jimmy Charles, Former American Idol Contestant (Over 1 million streams and views)

4. What If – Dan Washburn (#1 on the Ireland iTunes country music charts & #4 on the independent Canadian Country radio charts

5. I Saw The Light – Manny Cabo, Former contestant on The Voice (World wide release)

As well as sync placements:
1. “The Gift Of Christmas” – Movie: “Shoelaces For Christmas”
2. “The Gift Of Christmas” – Movie: “The Santa Box”
3. “Merry Christmas With You” – Prime Time TV: “Moody’s Christmas on

Kirsti Manna

Kirsti Manna cowrote the 6 week Billboard #1 smash hit, “Austin,” the song that introduced Blake Shelton (of NBC’s The Voice) to country radio. She is also the co-publisher with her company Kirsti Mannasongs on this smash hit. She’s also the co-writer/co-publisher for Big & Rich’s rockin’ hit, “Loud” (WB/Nashville) which was the theme song for CMT’s show Gone Country. Artists such as the 80’s pop star Tiffany, Colt Prather (Sony/Nashville), Australian artists Christie Lamb, Amber Lawrence, and many others have released Kirsti’s songs. Her songs have been heard around the world in such places as CMT, ESPN, Gayle King’s Grammy Special, The Tonight Show, The David Letterman Show, Friday Night Lights, and Dance Wars.

Besides creating and hosting the inspirational podcast, KIRSTIcast, Kirsti has launched her own online course “Spark Your Creativity: The Steps to a Successful Creative Journey.”

Known as the go-to person for inspirational information, Kirsti’s “whatever you do stay inspired” mantra has helped girls and women find their creative voice. In 2008, Kirsti launched “Songwriter Girl” and “Songwriter Girl Camps” ( Kirsti has hosted events in such places as Germany, Los Angeles, Alaska, and Florida to name a few.

Besides being a Nashville-based songwriter/publisher, she’s an actress with numerous credits that include creating and starring in her own national children’s TV show, “Kirsti’s Manor” viewed by 34 million homes.

Kirsti is also VP and Creative Director of Publishing for the Nashville based record label, LuckySky Music.

When she’s not writing songs or performing, Kirsti enjoys traveling and watching movies with her husband, Bill Warner, spending time with friends and family, and volunteering as a master cat trapper for trap/neuter/release projects in Nashville, TN. She is a member of the CMA, AIMP, ASCAP, and an officer of Nashville Publishers Network.

For more info about Kirsti, also visit and
Social media:
Instagram: Songwritergirl1

Pete Sallis

Pete Sallis loves writing songs. With cuts all across the genres of music like the pop of double platinum American Idol Winner Phillip Phillips So Easy, David Archuleta Cracks Of Heaven, and Betty Who Runaways to the country sounds of Maddie & Tae’s Shut Up & Fish, Ronnie Dunn Once, and legendary Shenandoah Shoes Under My Bed, and even Grammy Nominated with 5x Grammy Winner Blues artist Keb Mo The Worst Is Yet To Come, and even won a CCMA Single of the Year Award with George Canyon Somebody Wrote Love, and many more.

Pete is originally from Chicago and now has lived in Nashville, TN for over 20 years.

Tori Martin


Tori Martin carries a sense of maturity that can only be found through a wealth of life experiences, and it is undeniable in her artistry. While only in her 20s, she brings a fresh perspective and a sense of authenticity with her every time she hits the stage. Sharp sophistication meets humble nature, for this true entertainer who is equal parts exciting and relatable. She dazzles with her high energy performance numbers but is just as confident stripped back allowing her powerhouse vocals to shine. From early life on the sunny shores of Florida, to establishing family roots in Texas, each and every moment had a profound influence on the artist she is today.

Bubba Chandler

Former Lost and Found front man, Bubba (Robert) Chandler has come out of retirement to bring us a new collection of his original songs along with his favorites from other artists.

Born and raised in Alabama, Bubba didn’t get familiar with the Blue Ridge Mountains until 1976 when his parents moved to Rocky Mount, Virginia. After visiting them in their new home on Smith Mountain Lake, he decided that Virginia would be his new home. Here he met Roger Handy and they became roommates in Ferrum, Virginia. Roger introduced Bubba to the Lost and Found band and he fell in love with their music immediately. When Roger quit playing with the group, Bubba filled in and went on tour with the band for several years, and recorded a couple of albums.

You can find Bubba at his website:

Robinson Treacher

Robinson is an award winning singer/songwriter who has been captivating audiences on the live music scene from New York to Nashville over the past few years. His emotionally charged, powerfully soulful acoustic shows are truly not to be missed. He has shared the stage with the likes of Vince Gill, Tedeschi Trucks, Los Lobos, Hot Tuna, Gov’t. Mule, Iris Dement, Tom Rush, Willie Nile and Arlo Guthrie to name a few. His release, “Born” won the 2018 Independent Music Award for BEST EP (Roots/Country/Americana/Singer Songwriter), and he has recently been on the road promoting his latest country release “Hermitage Cafe”.
Check out his COMPLETE bio and music at or at any of the online music links (Pandora/Spotify/Youtube/Facebook).