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Wednesday, August 9
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
9:00 PM – 12:00 AM
About the Artists
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!
Nashville-based country music artist J.D. Shelburne was raised on a tobacco farm in Taylorsville, Kentucky, just outside of Louisville. When JD was 19, he found a guitar after the death of his grandmother. He quickly learned how to play it and began writing and singing songs on his own. By his sophomore year of college, he had found a few gigs at some local bars in Louisville & Lexington, Kentucky area venues, developing a large base of fans along the way. Building upon his blossoming career
as a modern country singer, songwriter and performer, his debut single and video for “One Less Girl” made its world premiere on CMT in 2018. It then went on to be a Top 30 Music Row charted song at country radio, with more than 30 adds. CMT again world premiered his second song and video for “She
Keeps Me Up Nights” in April of 2019. Shelburne is considered one of the hardest working artists in the business, playing over 2500 shows in his career. JD Shelburne’s new album “Straight From Kentucky,” was released in June of 2021. His debut single Straight from Kentucky, a modern-day anthem
to the state he holds dear to his heart, was featured in Texas Roadhouse Restaurants Nationwide in May. “Church Pew Bar Stool” reached #1
on the CMT 12-Pack Countdown during its first week and the single “Bottoms
Up Sundown” was just exclusively premiered on American Songwriter. Shelburne’s latest single “Hometown In My Headlights” was premiered by
Newsmax and People.com and was featured on CMT.
Brandon was born in a mountain town in rural North Carolina. At the age of five he began a long journey of hereditary eye problems that over the course of the past thirty years has led to over twenty surgical procedures on each of his eyes. During this journey he developed a love for music and at age nine began playing guitar and singing in church. Throughout his teens and twenties he traveled playing and singing bluegrass and gospel, but his passion has always been country music and specifically paying homage to the artists of yesterday and keeping country music … COUNTRY. Custom made cowboy suits, boots, hats, and twanging guitars are all part of the tradition Brandon loves and strives to preserve. “Make no mistake, I’m country as dirt and cool as summer rain!”