Ben Jarrell reminds us of the real reasons we love country music! Born in South Alabama, Ben is now based out of Nashville, TN. His debut album, Troubled Times, recorded at Southern Ground Studios Nashville, is a fresh blend of hard-hitting Southern Rock, Outlaw Country, and Americana all topped with emotionally engaging lyrics. Ben tells the stories that everyone can relate to but very few have ever lived! You can pre-order your copy of Troubled Times at www.BenJarrell.com
Pat Reedy & The Longtime Goners
That’s All There Is (And There Ain’t No More)
Filled with gritty firsthand experience, steel guitars and twangy baritone vocals, Reedy describes the album as his first real Nashville project – although he’s been blowing through town to record and busk for tips on Broadway for years. With “Nashville Tennessee at 3 AM,” the sharp-tongued songwriter sounds like a spiritual descendent of the town’s famed outlaw generation.
Drifting from one place to another, living out the tunes he sings, writing songs and recording them when he can, and playing thrown together tours with friends that traverse the country based on an itinerary has more to do with the places he wants to see or the cool spots he wants to hit along the way, or a carpenter job he has waiting for him when he arrives instead of the most intuitive trajectory forward, this is Pat Reedy’s way of making music.
Mary Lee reached the apex of the depth and essence country. In the words of her own, "the song Fighting Demons who named the album, talks about the demons we face in life, both external and internal, wich I believe, are the most dificults to handle.We got to create power that we no longer have to face them.Passing through things like, going to hell to take someone out of there then going to heaven with those you love the most." This CD will also feature several guest appearances of musicians / friends that the band knew along the road. The band is in the best possible shape and their shows are full of energy, the audience always gets involved with their own songs. Mary Lee & the B-side Brothers is suitable for every ages and everyone who likes or not country is an event without errors and contraindications. "If your eyes are on Them, you're looking at country"