Adam Sanders is coming through Stoney’s Rockin’ Country!
Friday night, September 24th, 2021
Doors are at 7pm and the show starts at 10pm!
This is an 18 and over event!
GA 21+ tickets are $5.00 in advance, $10 day of show!
18+ tickets are $15 in advance and $25 day of the show!
Named as “one of Music Row’s hottest young songwriters” (American Songwriter), breakout Country music artist Adam Sanders has earned his reputation as an artist to watch with the release of his single “What If I’m Right.” After writing #1 hit songs for Dustin Lynch and Cole Swindell, and songs for Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Blake Shelton, the highly sought-after songwriter’s high-energy anthem “What If I’m Right,” has the successful songwriter betting the odds on a career as an artist, and notably so, with an independent rise that has earned him over 100 million streams, over 70,000 singles sold and landed him on Billboard’s Top 40 Country Albums chart with his previously released self-titled debut EP.
Drew Baldridge - Stoney's Rockin' Country - Country AF Radio are coming together to benefit #LOVEWINS on October 1st, 2021 at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country!
In the words of #LOVEWINS: "We want to maintain a level of support for the angel’s families and the injured survivors. We plan to start college funds for the children left without a parent, send flowers to a mother who no longer has her child, and genuinely be there for everyone who needs support. We will forever honor our 58 angels, reminding the world that LOVE WINS ALWAYS."
Please come out and support the Anniversary Fundraiser and Benefit Show on Friday Night, October 1st, 2021
This is an 18 and over show
Doors are at 7pm and the show starts at 11pm!
GA 21+ tickets are $15 in advance
GA 18+ tickets are $25 in advance
Drew Baldridge was literally moving cows with his brother on the family farm in Patoka, Illinois, when he fully realized his musical destiny. After years of living in Nashville and experimenting with his sound, Drew understood his new direction. All it took was a trip back to his hometown to get back to his roots. To connect to the country.
"When I was out there, it hit me: I wasn’t making music that was authentic to me. I grew up listening to Alabama, Brooks & Dunn and John Anderson with my grandpa, with my friends. It was the music I was raised on. There are a lot of people just like me who grew up that way, and I want my music to reflect them,” says Baldridge.
That small-town feel is reflected in Baldridge’s newest single, “Senior Year,” which is out now via his own Patoka Sounds banner. Written written alongside Tim Nichols (Hall of Fame songwriter) and Jordan Walker (Luke Combs), “Senior Year” has captured the attention of country radio as it connects with fans whose school years have been “cancelled” due to COVID-19. Students, parents, teachers and more are finding solace in this song as they miss the experiences that come during the culmination of high school. Organic fan discovery led the song to chart on both Billboard and Mediabase with no major label support.
“I have several kids and parents that reach out every day saying this song has impacted them in a big way,” says Baldridge. “Although I know times are tough right now, I am so happy that this song is connecting with people. It is a pretty special feeling.”
“Senior Year” is the follow-up to “Before You” which Baldridge released earlier this year - co-written with LoCash members Preston Brust and Chris Lucas - as a tribute to his fiancé Katherine. Just before quarantine locked the country down, Baldridge was lucky enough to squeeze in a trip to propose to his girlfriend of four years.
“Man, I was so lucky that we were able to get away,” adds Baldridge. “I had been planning on doing this in Paris for so long. But due to Coronavirus, we had to change plans. Ultimately, we were able to make it to Aruba and the proposal was perfect.”
Jake Rose is coming back through Stoney’s Rockin’ Country!
Friday night, October 15th, 2021
Doors are at 7pm and the show starts at 10pm!
This is an 18 and over event!
GA 21+ tickets are $10.00 in advance, $15 at the door!
18+ tickets are $15 in advance and $25 at the door!
"I make music for the front row, not music row" - Jake Rose
With 500+ shows under his belt, Country Rockstar Jake Rose is a seasoned performer who knows how to get fans on their feet, sell lots of beer and keep the party going!!
Jake Rose is a singer songwriter from a pumpkin farm north of Minneapolis and former frontman of Atlantic Records rock band “New Medicine”. In Jake’s early years when he wasn’t baling hay and building fences, he could be found side stage at his Dad’s country band shows, “Stampede”. While Jake toured the world with “New Medicine”, he soon realized the nature of his storytelling was a fit in the country genre. Jake has written songs for FGL, Keith Urban, Colt Ford and Kid Rock. His first single “Sleeves” debuted on CMT and The Highway and has over 4 million streams across digital platforms. Jake’s new EP – “Tractor Town” is a compilation of songs that represent Jake’s roots and takes the listener to the heart of what it’s like to grow up in a tight knit farming community. The Tractor Town EP co-produced with Grammy award winner Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift, Keith Urban) and Kevin Kadish (“All About That Bass” creator) is available now. Jake is also a proud supporter of the Alzheimer's Foundation.
Jake spent 2018 opening for Tim McGraw, Billy Currington, FGL, Eli Young Band, Russell Dickerson and LoCash to name a few.
In 2019, Jake’s “Econoline Tour” included opening shows for Jon Pardi, Brad Paisley, Maren Morris, Kip Moore, Brett Eldredge, Dylan Scott and more!!
Canaan Cox is the definition of an entertainer. Canaan’s music has the energy of pop, a bit of R&B flare, and a strong foundation in contemporary country lyrics. This unique blend of genres is best showcased in “Lie,” the aggressive, rocking debut single that dropped fall of 2017. “Lie" appeared only 8 months after Canaan Cox moved to Nashville, which allowed him to quit his serving job and make music full time.
In just three months, “Lie” raced up Music Row’s Top 50, making it the chart’s most added song in 2017. This momentum carried over into his self-tilted EP, which was featured on iTunes Country for six weeks in a row. With this attention, Canaan was soon featured on premier country outlets like Whiskey Riff, The Boot, and Sounds Like Nashville.
Canaan’s musical abilities should come as no surprise, though, as he comes from such a musical household. His father blasted Conway Twitty records, his mother’s band played all over the southeast, and his seven sisters ensured he had his share of the boy bands.
Although Canaan is constantly touring, music isn’t the only thing that sets his soul on fire. He has a BFA in Musical Theatre and has every intention of putting his acting skills to work. Whether behind the camera or in front of it, Canaan has a deep passion for cinematography. Canaan’s involved in all aspects of production for his stand-out music videos, including directing, editing, choreography, and, of course, starring in them.
Releasing singles like, “Take My Time,” “Greener,” “Out of Nowhere,” and “Long Way Home,” Canaan has led his fans down a path of catchy and relatable hits. Despite being an indie artist, this lineup has earned him enough attention to book shows across the US and even headline his own overseas tours.
Sometimes, especially now, writers will discuss genre- bending music as if it’s a new thing. It’s not.
First off, great music is timeless isn’t it? The best artists have always had the sense of what came before them.
Mark Mackay’s music embodies that tradition; wielding a guitar that fuels his sound that can be measured with a bow to the legendary artists that came out Laurel Canyon in the 1960’s, 70’s, 80’s... and continues today.
Mark’s music links to the renowned acts who teetered the line between rock and country but were also full of soul: Neil Young, Poco, Jackson Browne, and on and on.
Yet; Mark’s not been under a rock; his well-crafted songs from, “Leaving California,” “Somebody Else’s Everything,” and the ones he’s not even written yet, are up-to-date and current. His songs will feel like home for all fans of true music; from Zoomers to Boomers!
This past year has been a rough one; to put it mildly.
But before the pandemic came crashing down, Mark was playing to huge crowds, stadium sized audiences; sharing
the bill with artists who spanned the spectrum- from Blake Shelton to Ted Nugent to Old Dominion and Richie Sambora. Mark’s comfortable with all ends of that wide- ranging variety.