Riding the line between youth and adulthood, new obstacles and opportunities have been setting in for Cincinnati-born/Nashville-raised, singer-songwriter, Cass Jones. Years of built-up unspoken battles have finally pushed him to the point that he is ready to just discuss it all and get it off of his chest. With his debut EP, “Shadows On The Wall”, trials of loss and rejection stand as a prominent topic in the forefront. This period of “coming-of-age” has brought about strides of growth and understanding. He is now ready to share what he has been learning in the meantime.
Travelling and spreading her music is how Sydney spends most of her time these days. Her roots run deep in traditional country music and her sound solidifies that. With a powerhouse voice and a stage presence that only keeps her fans wanting more. Her sound is pure country steaming from growing up listening to country music at a young age. Country Superstar Darrell Worley once said “Sydney's voice was like a laser beam”. She has a way of reaching out and grabbing hold of an audience. She truly connects with her fans and they profoundly love her and her music. Opening for such names like Ricky Skaggs, Lonestar, Deanne Carter, Tracey Lawerence, Ward Davis, Sunny Sweeney, and Kylie Frey just to name a few. Recently Sydney headlined a very well known festival in Corbin, Kentucky called NIBROC Festival. In 2021 Sydney was nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year for the Lexi Awards and in 2020 was a nominee for Country Artist of the Year.
Sydney has been hugely influenced by numerous country artists, Miranda Lambert, Emmylou Harris, Kacey Musgraves, Jamey Johnson, and Merle Haggard are just a few. With such traditional songwriting lyrics combined with her sweetheart demeanour Sydney has the respect and love of most anyone who has the privilege to watch her perform. Sydney draws inspiration from her own life experiences and stories of other people in her life. Her incredible talent mixed with her adoration of music and dynamic stage presence make for an unstoppable combo. Sydney released her first EP “Always Home to Me” in 2019. She dropped a single titled “It Never Was” in 2021. Most recently Sydney released her newest 5 track EP titled “A Lot Like You”. With four originals and a cover track, this one is sure to be your new favorite album, and is about to release her next single in early Spring of 2023. All of these songs can be downloaded and streamed on most any platform. Sydney was named “Kentucky Music Hall of Fame’s Artists in Residence for 2022. She was also named one of Kentucky’s Top 10 Country Artists by Matt Wickstrom Journalist. Matt stated “a powerhouse voice that no doubt deserves a shot on some of Nashville’s (and elsewhere’s) biggest stages.”
Jordan Foster is a American Country Singer/Songwriter and guitarist born in Somerset, KY. His 2022 EP, I Need a Train, is his third all original project and is available on all digital platforms. His band has opened for artists such as Cody Jinks, Brent Cobb, Josh Morningstar, Chris Knight, Frank Foster, Creed Fisher, Daryle Singletary, Eli Young Band, and more