Chapel Hart

Chapel Hart delivers everything you think of when you think of country music.


Two sisters and a cousin from Poplarville, Mississippi have been stealing hearts across the country since their debut album “Out The Mud” was self released in 2019.


In 2020 they released the single “Jesus & Alcohol”, and in 2021, the singles “I Will Follow” and “You Can Have Him Jolene” strengthened an already impressive catalogue.  


Chapel Hart was named to CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2021.

Delila Black

When you listen to Delila Black, you know you are hearing from someone who knows more about life than the average person.

Born in Port Au Prince, Haiti, Black later moved to New York but now lives in London. She describes her sound as “Alt-Americana, exploring what I call Electro-Mountain,  Country-Noire, Punk-Country, Afro-Billy,  Roots-Rodeo-Rocknroll.”

There is wisdom in her music, yet she remains relatable. In her songwriting, she seeks to explore love and all of the things that go along with it.


Known as “The Singing Shaman”, D’orjay is healing the world with both her spirit and her voice.


Raised in rural Alberta, Ca, D’orjay grew up on classic country music and brings that influence to her sound but with a power all her own.


Her debut album, “New Kind of Outlaw” was released in November 2020. Though she describes herself as a “late bloomer”, it is clear that she is a quickly rising star.

Miko Marks

Industry veteran, Miko Marks, embodies everything there is to love about country music.

A singer songwriter from Flint, Michigan, Marks has a traditional country sound and tells honest, meaningful stories.  Marks has released two studio albums, “Freeway Bound” (2005), and “It Feels Good” (2007).

In 2006 Marks was named Best New Country Artist by New Music Weekly. She has also taken home Country Song of the Year and Country Album of the Year at the Independent Music Awards.

Marks’ latest album, “Our Country” was released in March 2021.


Born in Brazzaville, Congo and raised in Washington state, Kären McCormick brought a fresh sound with her debut EP “Retro” in 2020. Her sound has been described as a mix of contemporary country, pop, and soul music.

 McCormick wowed fans, playing dates on Kelsey Ballerini’s “The Unapologetically Tour” in 2020 and was named an “Artist to Watch” in 2021 by “Sounds Like Nashville.”

War & Treaty

Husband and wife duet, Michael Trotter JR. and Tanya Blount make up The War and Treaty.

Hailing from Albion, Michigan, they describe themselves as “two lovebirds singing without reverb.” The War and Treaty have created a unique blend of country, soul, folk, and Americana music. They have released one EP, “Down To The River” (2017), and three studio albums, “Love Affair” (2016), “Healing Tide” (2018), and “Hearts Town” (2020).

In 2019 they won Emerging Artist of the Year at the Americana Music Honors and Awards. In 2020 they won Artist of the Year at Folk Alliance International, and in 2021 they were nominated for Band/Group of the year.

Lizzie No

Lizzie No is a talented singer songwriter from New Jersey who makes contemporary folk and Americana music.

Her writing is so honest and full of personality that each song feels like a private conversation full of delightful, quirky lyrical surprises. It is clear that she puts all of herself into her music.

Also an instrumentalist, No plays the harp and guitar. Her debut album “Hard Won”, was released in 2017, followed by her sophomore album “Vanity” in 2019. Her most recent release is a single titled “Birthday Party.”

No has won the American Songwriter Magazine Lyrics Contest and been showcased at Americanafest at SXSW.

Rissi Palmer

Pennsylvania born Rissi Palmer took her first step towards making history with her 2007 release of her self-titled debut album.


The lead single “Country Girl” earned Palmer the distinction of being the first Black woman to chart on Billboard’s Hot Country Song charts since 1987. With a warm, rich voice that lends itself perfectly to country music, Palmer has well earned her place in the industry over the years with a body of work that has proven her versatility and talent.


In 2013 Palmer released a children’s album, “Best Day Ever”, followed in 2015 by a 5 song EP “The Back Porch Sessions.”


In 2019 “Revival”, a full-length album where  Palmer bears her soul by digging into tough subjects like police brutality and immigration was released.


In August of 2020 Palmer once again made history when she debuted “Color Me Country Radio” on Apple Music Country. Color Me Country brings the diversity of country music to the spotlight by highlighting Black, Indigenous, and Latinx stories and having the tough, necessary conversations about the obstacles those artists face.