Most of us are born into this world kicking and screaming, but Chad Prather most certainly came out laughing. The comedian, musician and armchair philosopher is an unapologetic champion for anyone looking for a reason to smile. Prather’s God-given gift to entertain and inspire has made him a household name, and he’s grown accustomed to captivating millions of viewers on any given day.
Chad Prather has made numerous appearances on Fox News, CNN, A&E, The Blaze, MSN and more, and his talents have been praised by the likes of Southern Living, Nash Country Weekly and Newsweek.
In addition to hosting top rated Blaze TV’s The Chad Prather Comedy Show and contributing weekly to One America News Network, Prather is celebrating the release of his most recent album Y’All Shut Up and embarking on his second international comedy tour. Following the immense success of Star-Spangled Banter, Chad Prather is back on the road with the Am I Crazy Comedy Tour.
Fans of the fast-talking, observational humorist have branded him ‘the modern-day Will Rogers’, but if you ask Chad, he’s really “just a hooker with a good heart.” For Chad Prather, taking yourself too seriously is the truest form of self-sabotage, and life is too short for that!
Nashville singer-songwriters are known for letting their music do all the talking. But for Spencer Crandall, he goes that one better. He’s made it his mission to get to know each and every one of his fans. That dedication to truly connecting one-on-one with Day One fans and new fans has stuck with Crandall ever since.
Crandall packed up his Nissan Pathfinder in 2016 and drove himself straight to Nashville. “My car was packed so tight that if you opened a door, my whole life would fall out. And I knew nobody. I found a roommate through the one guy I knew, and then I started going to writers’ rounds – asking everyone I met to grab coffee. I grabbed a million coffees that year I moved here,” he says.
And it paid off when Crandall realized that as a songwriter, you’re better off in a room with other songwriters. His analogy is that when you play sports at home by yourself and then join a league, you see people who are better than you and you know you have to bring your A game. “That’s how cowriting felt to me. I needed to go all in for me and the other writers. Now it’s not about writing a song, it’s about writing the song. The song that connects with everyone, even though it’s specific to what I might be going through. That power of storytelling is what is at the heart of country music to me.”
He recalls finding inspiration from other singer-songwriters who moved to Nashville and were not overnight sensations. “Keith Urban had lots of things that didn’t turn out, but I admire that tenacity. Same with Luke Combs. If you came to town and got told ‘No,’ but succeeded anyway, that’s inspiring,” he says now. And things are different today, because of the way fans find music. “You don’t have to wait for the industry to let you in. You can build a fanbase by going directly to them, and always putting fans first. I still spend an hour a day connecting with my fans. People tell me everything.”
“My music is not the most country in the world, but it’s not not country.” That, he says, is what makes his music a bridge for people to come from elsewhere into the modern-era country songs of Crandall’s Nashville.
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If you want to see a performance by a group of friends from Texas, then Pecos and the Rooftops tickets are perfect for you. They are a country band that was started up in Lubbock by Pecos Hurley, the vocalist and acoustic guitar player. The other members are Kade Trentham as the drummer, Davis on the bass, Zack Foster playing the lead guitar, and Brandon Jones as the rhythm guitarist. Hurley formed the band while he was attending Texas Tech University. They have performed around the United States and have even toured with other big names like Read Southall Band and Koe Wetzel.
The band has put out quite a bit of music in recent years. They released a single called “This Damn Song” in 2019 as well as a Red Eye E.P. in 2020. They quickly established a solid fanbase with more than 30,000 followers and 825,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. Several of their songs have accumulated more than a million plays on the streaming platform. “Leave Me Lonely” has more than 2.1 million plays and “Wouldn’t Have to Miss You” has more than 3.9 million plays. Their most popular track is “This Damn Song,” which has amassed a whopping 41 million plays. The music video even has 4.8 million views on YouTube.
Country music's beloved antihero Creed Fisher calls out the bullshit and puts the FU in Fun on his latest musical manifesto Rebel In the South.
"It's just a badass album," he proclaims of the brand-new collection. This much anticipated follow up to 2021's Whiskey and the Dog comes out at the right moment and with its own distinguished flavor. "I've never been this excited to drop an album, to be honest."
"It definitely has a bit more rock country sprinkled in than Whiskey and the Dog, which consisted of honky tonk, twang," Fisher says of the vibe. "That stuff is on Rebel in the South, but the balance is a little different." Put another way, he explains, "Whiskey and the Dog was more Merle Haggard-ish, and more ballad driven. I feel like Rebel in the South is more Brantley Gilbert, more country rock."
Along with celebrating blue-collar sensibilities, patriotism and fun-loving simple pleasures that are staples of Fisher's music, this record also features a dose of unapologetic poking at the hornet's nest otherwise known as mainstream country music hypocrisy. Timing is everything, and Fisher declares "This was the perfect album to say what I had to say. If I'd said it three or four albums ago - they wouldn't have heard it." He's confident the music and messages on Rebel in the South will not fall on deaf ears, "They're gonna hear this."
Fisher also promises thematic diversity across the album's fourteen tracks. "It's got something for everybody." He cites songs like "Daughter of an Outlaw" and "Texas as Fuck" covering everything from odes to the ladies and anthems to southern roots. The album also gives a left hook to what he calls "fake ass shit, a mirage" of candy-coated country music flooding the airwaves. Fisher credits the whole tone of Rebel in the South originating with the song "Cuz I'm Country," which is the first single. "My buddy sent me this song he wanted me to help write, and I was like, 'Man this is about us!' Everything came together into a production that exceeded even his own highest expectations. "I've never been this excited to drop an album," and confidently points to a particular song that will be a shooting star, the third single to be released from Rebel in the South. "'Nashville' will probably be my biggest hit ever."
"I think we went to the next level and people are going to feel the same way. We're trying to make sure everything we put out is badass."