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Country singer/songwriter/guitarist Amber DeLaCruz grew up in southeast Florida in the small town of Callahan, where she began singing and playing at a young age. After high school, she continued pursuing music, but the small town couldn’t hold her back from the big dream of Nashville. Amber decided to move to the music city and didn’t waste any time meeting other singer/songwriters and began to write songs that would land her on several albums and featured her singing on three Mud Digger compilations. An example is “I’m from the South” featuring Colt Ford. While she was pumping out song after song, she was hired by HighWire productions to sing and play on Broadway as one of their high-energy artists featured 6 days a week where she is still a fan and bar favorite! This past year she has released three major singles: “White Christmas”, "String" and her latest smash “Grass Ain't Always Greener.”




My name is Erath Old – (pronounced Air-Rith) It’s a family name!

I grew up in the small blue-collar town of Hueytown, Alabama. Located on the outskirts of Birmingham, AL . I’ve been playing music for as long as I can remember. My passion for music was passed down from generation to generation, but some of my earliest influences came from my dad and my love for artists like John Cougar Mellencamp, Black Hawk and Garth Brooks.

My hope and prayer is that my music would inspire and encourage you and everyone who hears to take action. To deal with that thing that’s been holding you back. You have a purpose and you are meant for more than you realize. You’re worth it!

“Sooner Or Later whatever IT is, is going to, so let it” ~Erath


Erath Old
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I pull from a lot of pop/rock/country influences. Growing up in the 90’s I listened to everything from Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Third Eye Blind, all the way to Garth Brooks, Dwight Yoakam and George Strait. And not to mention all the great Hip Hop from that era like Bone Thugs, Dr Dre, Snoop and 2Pac. In short, my sound is a blend of all those influences.



Nick Alligood is a southern-born force that cannot be denied! Hailing from The Peach State, he stands in great company with some of the industry's most prominent artists, songwriters, and musicians. Since day one, Nick has been anxious to “fill the boots” of the artists that have paved the way for today's more modern country sound, without straying from his true roots. In only his second year as an artist, Nick took home the award for Male Country Artist of the Year at the 2014 Georgia Music Awards. This accomplishment encouraged Nick to relocate to Nashville and chase a life-long dream, a dream which is quickly becoming reality. Since moving to Nashville, Nick has shared the stage with national artists such as Easton Corbin, Jarrod Neimann, Big and Rich, Eric Paslay, Colt Ford, and many more performing all over the country.




Justin Bryan is a 23 year old singer/songwriter from Eaton, OH, and has been singing for as long as he can remember. At the age of 15, he picked up a guitar and hasn’t put it down since. Justin has a huge fan base which pushed him to pursue his dream. In Nashville, Justin auditioned for The Voice, and while that didn’t work it out – his audition created quite a buzz in the music world, which opened lots of doors.

In the next 8 months he would form the Justin Bryan Band and would open for Clint Black, Frank Foster, Clark Manson, American Idol’s Alexis Gomez, and Blind Joe. Along with legendary writers Frank Myers and Billy Montana, Justin wrote Faster Than Angels Can Fly, his first single.

In December 2016 Justin had an impromptu audition in Nashville, where he was on the spot for a full time spot performing daily on Broadway. Justin immediately said goodbye to Ohio and moved to Nashville.



Emma Zinck is an artist from the Fredericksburg area of Virginia. Considering herself mostly Pop/Rock with a fond love for Country, Emma has a varied repertoire of music to suit all tastes.

Emma has been writing with several hit writers on music row here in Nashville, and has been working exclusively with Ray Horton and Mark McGuinn of Mucho Music .  Emma discovered her real appreciation for County Music when she won Fredericksburg Virginia's 93.3 WFLS radio station sponsored, Country Idol.