Trey is a Nashville native, who is using music to bring awareness to people in need. Starting Rock Against Child Abuse many years ago and a board member of the Kilah Davenport foundation to change child abuse laws. He donates 100% of profit made from his music career. Being a huge fan of country music his entire life he started at a very young age singing and dancing. With all of the amazing country talent in Nashville he decided to do his own thing musically and start a rock band to raise money for abused children and homeless. In 2017 he decided to go back to his roots and work on his country music. He feels truly blessed to have the amazing response from fans. His country videos have now hit prime time networks along with over 15 million views and over 100k shares. You may have seen him on the news fighting to make Nashville a safer city for woman and children. Join Trey and his band March 22ndas they say goodbye to rock and put on a country show you won’t believe.
Smoke 'n Guns
Once you see Smoke ‘n Guns in action, you’ll be left with an experience you will never forget. The phrases “high energy” and “dynamic duo” hardly do these girls justice. Alecia Arnall’s blues/rock ‘n roll tone pairs magically with Lindsay Bowman’s pop/country voice. Alecia Arnall (Osage Beach, MO) and Lindsay Bowman (Seaford, VA) formed Smoke 'n Guns in 2011 after meeting in Nashville, TN.
In a few short years, they have built a fan base across the US, performing at venues in Alabama, Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, to name a few. The duo has also had the privilege to open for many national acts, such as Dustin Lynch, The Oak Ridge Boys, Mark Wills, Blackberry Smoke, and Collin Raye. Most recently, Lindsay and Alecia had the opportunity to sing God Bless America before the Music City Bowl at Nissan Stadium.