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Sunday, November 12
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
About the Artists
Nashville recording artist Cliff Dorsey is a Florida Native from High Springs. His style draws from the traditional tones of Presley, Cash, and Haggard. The hardworking young artist has been playing and singing for years,carving out a career through sweat, passion, and ingenuity – building a steady fan base. His debut EP “New Neon” on Black Sheep Label, which was produced by Zach Swon and Colton Swon (The Swon Brothers) releases March 2023. As one of country music’s brightest new stars, Cliff is sure to light up the stage with his tailor-made-for-country-music voice and his neo-traditional sound. His music can be found on all major streaming platforms.
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.
Music started early for David Faulk. His mother taught him to play guitar and sing. When he was 8 while watching an Elvis movie marathon, he sang and danced to “Got the Girl” and knew that’s what he wanted to do!
Fast forward to 2014, David moved to Orlando, Florida and took a job at Disney World. That turned into an acting career at the various parks, and he was also a musician for Disney and all around central Florida. It has been a wild ride, Blake Shelton even opened for him once. True story… depending on how you tell it! Ten years later he decided to make the leap to Nashville to pursue songwriting full time.
Be sure to check out David’s original songs on all streaming platforms.