Daniel Lee Band - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
The GREAT State of Georgia does it again! Rising star Daniel Lee is taking over the nation state by state with his rollercoaster of ballads and nothing but impressive live show that will have you wanting more. Lee released his debut album “Roots” July of 2014 that shot up to #20 as a New and Noteworthy album on iTunes. As a CMA spotlight artist, Daniel Lee is being highlighted within the industry as an artist that is making his mark with strong lyrical content and southern music that is both entertaining and thought provoking. Chosen for Clear Channel’s artist integration program, Daniel is often spotlighted as an artist to watch on iHeart Radio’s 100+ nationwide stations. Laying down their own brand of southern music, taking the stage as direct support for National acts, Chris Stapleton, Randy Houser, Brantley Gilbert, Lee Brice, Blackberry Smoke, Jerrod Neiman, Parmalee, Corey Smith, Drivin N Cryin and Colt Ford. The band has created their own sound, true to their rural roots. Building a jaw dropping stage presence and high energy performance has lead Daniel into top club bookings in multiple markets. Not only is Daniel Lee the best of the best on stage his writing partnerships are nothing to sneeze at either. Nashville’s #1 charting writers Brantley Gilbert, Mike Dekle, Dan Couch and Levi Lowery are just some of the talent Daniel is collaborating with. Daniel Lee is a country/southern band performing songs about the lives of real blue collar folks. Both hard driving and uplifting, Lee is on a mission to bring southern rock back to its rural roots. Their songs epitomize Southern Life. Daniel Lee is not the new country pop, he is pure southern.
“It’s not Rock. It’s not Country. It’s Southern.”
Charlie Farley - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Arkansas born, Arkansas Proud.
Nashville may be country, but home is the backwoods and dirt roads of DeQueen, AR.
That's where you will find Charlie.
A fluke submission on the internet landed Charlie a record deal. In less than a year; Charlie had released his Debut CD "Hog Heaven" and had the industry buzzing about his new breed of "country rap", and then... he. left What?
Zero to turbo had left Charlie with no balance. Concerned about his children, his family, and not being able to process the intensity or speed of the growing spotlight, he decided to retire from the music industry.
While home life became normal again, the desire to create and grow as an artist with no outlet had flipped the switch in the opposite direction. Music is soul food and Charlie was starving. Again, no balance. Determined to be both a father and artist, Charlie decided to make his career fit his life. Coming to terms with the need to be present in both family and music, Charlie is taking his career in his own hands. The result... a more open relationship with his label, a balanced home for his kids, and taking the music to where he has never taken it before.