KY Gentlemen

Twin brothers Derek and Brandon Campbell serve up a healthy serving of country wrapped in a whole lot of soul as Kentucky Gentlemen.


“Their latest video for “VIBIN” is a slice of breezy, relaxing life hanging out with an airstream trailer,” says Marcus K. Dowling for CMT.+


Derek and Brandon decided to move to Nashville to pursue their dreams after leaving college and have been making music together ever since. The music video for their latest release, “Vibin” premiered on CMT this year (2021.)

Ganessa James

Ganessa James got her start in Brooklyn and has over 20 years of experience as a singer/songwriter.

“I think I was born loving music,” James said.

For her, it’s not just about the music. She uses it as a vessel for fellowship with other artists and to support her work around social justice. You can often find James working with Toshi Reagon, or with her twin sister Tiffany James on their project Onliest. James has released a solo acoustic EP titled “Believer”.

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.”