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Sunday, July 24

Shaun Abbott

11:00 AM3:00 PM

Justin Mychals

4:00 PM8:00 PM

Aaron Tracy Band

9:00 PM12:00 AM

About the Artists

Shaun Abbott

Shaun Abbott is a country music singer/songwriter from Knoxville, TN. He’s toured across the US and has shared the stage with artists such as Travis Tritt, Luke Combs, Eli Young Band, Josh Thompson, Jeff Cook from Alabama, Kristian Bush from Sugarland and John Michael Montgomery. Shaun has also formed a new band called Solway Ridge. You can follow his new group on Facebook and Instagram. Also, be sure to download his latest EP “Night Things” on all streaming platforms today!

Justin Mychals

It would be a vast understatement to say that Justin Mychals’ music is a journey to simpler times. His unique style, best described as Appalachian Mountain Soul, recounts stories like those of his Daddy and Granddaddy, runnin’ moonshine in the late 1920s, to avoid working the local mines. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin, bass) takes storytelling inspirations from long-time greats like Merle Haggard, Harry Chapin and Jim Croce.

Justin’s latest  release is the new Album/CD , “Appalachian Mountain Soul”. AMS was recorded in East Tennessee at his own studio and features guests artists such as Jacob Metz, Carson Peters, Benny Wilson and Chris Jennings. He has released three albums previously: Days of Thunder (1998,) Mandolin Morning (2014) and Lilac (2018.) All of his albums were self-produced with Mandolin Morning being recorded at Justin’s former studio, Soundhouse Recording, while Lilac was recorded at Daywind Studios in Nashville. Days of Thunder was recorded at White Room Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina. Justin’s music can be heard on all major streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music. It can also be purchased in digital form from his official website.

Aaron Tracy Band

Aaron Tracy can be described as an All-American East Tennessean living his life behind a six-string and a microphone. Aaron started his music career at just 8 years old in his hometown of Louisville, TN.

He placed in the Top 16 Finalists of CMT’s 2009 Music City Madness Competition as a freshman at Alcoa High School.

We was also afforded the opportunity to perform at CMA Music Fest in 2013. His song “Chillbilly” was supported by a radio tour during the Spring and Summer of 2016 through Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. It reached #25 in the USA and #11 in the UK for Most Downloaded New Country Song on Country Radio. “Timeless” soon followed with even more success charting in both the USA (#20) and the UK (#8) for the Most Downloaded Song on Country Radio.

As “Timeless” garnered airplay throughout the Country Scene, opportunities for greater scale live shows began appearing for Aaron. Between 2015-2017 Aaron shared the bill with the likes of Trace Adkins, Sara Evans, John Michael Montgomery, Frankie Ballard, & William Michael Morgan.

Shortly following the success of his two latest singles, Aaron started working on his next project featuring Travis Wyrick in the producer role. This project introduced two new songs, “Dreamboat” and “Goin’ Down South”. These songs in context with the “Timeless EP” revealed a new sound that had not been previously heard from Aaron.

The Timeless EP was released in late 2016 and propelled Aaron forward into recording his next single “Stay Home Tonight.” This single did not receive airplay but was featured as Aaron’s first music video.

In 2020, at the height of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Aaron released a never-before-heard song called “We Sing About Love.” The song was written back in 2016 but for years it sat in the catalog of Aaron’s unreleased music. With the political and emotional climate of 2020, Aaron felt it was the most appropriate time to release the song.

Aaron is currently working on his first full length solo album.

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