Jessica Lynn has been dubbed by press around the world as a rocket force, paving her own way as a unique face and voice in modern country music.  She has been seen by millions on the road and in her two full-length nationwide concert television specials, “Jessica Lynn – This Much Fun,” and “Jessica Lynn – Takin’ Over.”

In four years of international touring Jessica has shared stages with some of the biggest names in Country and Rock music such as Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Montgomery Gentry, Hank Jr., Clint Black, Shenandoah, Phil Vassar, Jo Dee Messina, ZZ Top, and the “Queen of Country” herself, Loretta Lynn.

She has written songs with some of today’s top hit writers with her last two singles “Crazy Idea,” and “Let’s Don’t” climbing the charts. Her first single to country radio, “Crazy Idea” broke the Top 50, and “Let’s Don’t” just peaked in the Top 40.  In 2019 Jessica will once again tour around the world, release her third nationwide TV special to begin airing on PBS in June, and release new music.

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Watch the official music video for ‘Crazy Idea’ below:

With their debut single ‘Fool’s Gold’ topping the UK iTunes Country Chart, a headlining performance at The Hard Rock Café London and a five date Californian tour in the bag, Gasoline & Matches were quick to prove why they were named as Lyrics Magazine’s ‘Artists to Watch’ in 2018. Sally Rea Morris and Steve Marks deliver a unique blend of Fleetwood Mac-esque harmonies, Brad Paisley-infused guitar solos and energetic live performances.

The duo initially met back in 2011 when their paths crossed in a guitar shop in Birmingham. Shortly after meeting, Sally was due to move to America, so they decided to write, record and perform just a handful of shows together before she left. Upon Sally’s return, it was a matter of weeks before she and Steve reconnected and formed Gasoline & Matches. Enlisting the help of experienced producer Gavin Monaghan and the more recent addition of Jamie Clayton on bass, Ben Marshall on keys & banjo and James Randle on drums for their studio & live performances, it has allowed the duo’s sound to develop and bring the songs alive. They have already grabbed the attention of critically acclaimed Nashville song writing legend Phil Vassar, who invited the duo to share the stage with him on his last tour. They also performed on the mainstage ahead of The Vamps, Jessie J & Kaiser Chiefs at PetLife 2018.

The duo gained momentum through a string of festival appearances and continuous radio play, and ended their debut release year picking up ‘Duo of the Year’ at The British CMA Awards 2018. With an album in the works, 2019 is set to only further cement this formidable duo within the UK’s thriving country scene.

“One of the finest country acts in not just the West Midlands but the UK. Superb musicianship and gritty lyrical tales that always keep you wanting more!” Alex Noble, BBC Introducing

“Sassy, funky, Little Big Town infused country right from the heartland of the UK” James Daykin, Lyric Magazine

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Watch and listen to ‘Fool’s Gold’ below:

Putting an authentically British spin on the country-inspired music they have absorbed, the four-piece have individually played all over the world, performing in legendary venues such as The Ryman, The Grand Ole Opry, The Bluebird, Graceland and Hyde Park.

A line-up of seasoned and versatile musicians, The Fatherline are Tim Prottey-Jones (VOX, GUITAR, KEYS), Rich Watson (GUITAR, BV’s), Steve Marks (BASS, BV’s), Elliot Vaughan (DRUMS, BV’s).

Their influences range from Shawn Mullins to John Mayer, Aimee Mann to Margo Price, The Eagles to Ruston Kelly, Jewel to Edwin McCain and from Calexico to all of the unsung heroes, the session musicians like Tom Bukovac and Shawn Tubbs.

Prottey-Jones said of the name: “The premise of this band has always been about writing from experience, about what has come before us. And with that in mind, we started thinking about our ancestry, our DNA and what makes us, us!”

Describing their sound, they said: “If Jason Isbell and John Paul White were stuck in week-long after school detention.”

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