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Georgia-based artist and Nashville songwriter, WILKES fully encompasses the pop/rock sound over a country lyric. Raised in rural Cedartown, Georgia, WILKES’ parents recognized his musical gift when he started playing drums at the age of six. Around that time, he began singing southern gospel with his older brother and younger sister. In the years following, WILKES vocals developed into something special and unique. He joined pop/rock band, High Flight Society, as the lead singer and rhythm guitar player, which included a stint on Word Records/Warner Brothers Records; played in the band for Sam Hunt in the local bar and college scene; and ultimately joined well-known rock band, Disciple, as bass player/vocalist/co-lead vocalist.
Most recently, WILKES signed a publishing deal with Dan Hodges Music in Nashville, finished up a powerful run on NBC’s The Voice, and released his self-titled full production EP.
Pride in his home state of Georgia is at the core of Brandon’s music, an idea echoed in the warmth and wistful nostalgia of his newest single, “Summer Wind.” He considers himself to be a songwriter first and a musician second, having written most of the original material for his two earlier bands, Brandon Clark & The American Standard and Gin House.
Coleman is a singer and songwriter with a passion for earnest rock music, folk and Americana. Over the past decade, Chris set out to refine his skills as a guitar player, touring with a wide array of artists. His first effort as a solo performer comes in the form of a debut LP, “The Reason I Leave”.