Scott White, Russell Sutton, & Matt Rogers
From the venue:
Matt Rogers is a critically acclaimed country artist and songwriter rapidly making a name for himself in the music industry and beyond. The Georgia native finds himself building his career in Nashville, Tennessee while his country-at-heart, blues-in-his-soul music makes its way into the speakers of old and new listeners alike.
"There's nothing like playing in front of a live audience. Their energy becomes my energy, and the connection with them is authentic. It's inspiring to see fans consume a song and watch their reaction to it. They are the fuel." - Matt Rogers
In addition to finding a home at Nashville's Ole Red (the Blake Shelton/Grand Ole Opry joint venture in the heart of Music City) with a weekly residency, Rogers energetic live show earned him invitations to play an extensive list of venues across the country and share the stage with some of country music's hottest names including Chris Stapleton, Jimmie Allen, Walker Hayes, Clint Black, Clay Walker, Jake Owen, Cole Swindell, LOCASH, Brothers Osborne, Chris Janson, and Michael Ray.
Fans have a lot to look forward to from Rogers from constantly touring bigger and better stages, to planning new exciting collaborations, as well as a series of new singles set to hit speakers in early 2023.
Scott Sean White
Scott Sean White makes his home these days in Poetry, Texas, a perfectly named little town for a songwriter's songwriter. His first album, "Call It Even," came out in April 2021, and Jack Ingram said, "Some songwriters spend precious time struggling to find their truth and make it rhyme. Others just pick up their guitar and tell it. Scott Sean White is one of the others."? White is a storyteller both in his songs and the banter in-between songs, laying out his life experience - his faith and struggles - and intertwining it all with his craft. He also has two songs on the new Cody Johnson album - "God Bless the Boy"? and "Made a Home."? His own live show is starkly honest, transparent, and eye-opening, full of laughter and probably a few (good) tears, too.
Russell Sutton was born and raised in Austin, TX. After graduating from Texas A&M and spending 6 years working at Dell Computers, he cashed in all his chips and moved to Nashville to pursue his songwriting dream. In 2018, Russell signed his first publishing deal, and spent the year touring the country as a part of the duo Grassroots Revival, sharing the stage with the likes of Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum, Billy Currington, Brothers Osborne, Cole Swindell, Aaron Watson, Walker Hayes, and others.
As a songwriter, 2021 brought his first #1 single "My Boy"? by Elvie Shane as well as a joint venture publishing deal with Sony Music Publishing and Droptine Publishing. Russell currently has a single climbing the charts with Nate Smith's "Whiskey on You"?. He resides in Nashville, TN with his wife, Melissa, daughter Phoebe, and their dog Bubs.
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