artists we represent
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J.R.Moore of ingram hill
Born and raised in the musically rich city of Memphis, TN, J.R. Moore was surrounded by some of the best country, rock, and blues music that's ever been made. As a veteran of the music industry for more than a decade and lead singer of the band, Ingram Hill, J.R. has toured nationally with Maroon 5, Zac Brown Band, Gavin Degraw, Jason Mraz, Hanson and many more. Moore's songs have charted multiple times across Billboard's Top 40, Heatseaker, and Top Country charts, as well as appearing in film and brand syncs.
J.R. is an established writer in Nashville and has written with some of the best in the business (Jeff Trott, David Ryan Harris, Bruce Wallace, Adam Hambrick) for ole music publishing and sync production house Jingle Punks.
J.R. Moore's debut solo EP, Rocket, (Produced by Mighty Mighty BossToneS guitarist Lawrence Katz and Jingle Punks Senior Creative Director Matt Chambless) is an earthy take on contemporary country music with its raw instrumentation and infections melodies, ultimately posing the question, "what would country music have sounded like if it made it's home in Memphis instead of Nashville?"
Meaghan Farrell is an Americana/Pop storyteller out Nashville, TN, with a New York City foundation. With one full length album, and 3 additional EPs under her belt, Meaghan has the experience and confidence to express her most authentic self. Playing alongside some of the most influential songwriters and performers across the country, she is creating a name for herself through the shows she’s performing up and down the East Coast.
Her latest release, Long Shot, is an exceptional look into her growth as an artist, with songs that parallel her own life experiences. Filled with co-writers like Jimmy Fortune ( The Statler Brothers) Ariel Lask and Andy Mac, and produced by one of the best, Dave Bechtel (Nick Howard, Buddy Brown) this record is on track to open doors and show the music community that Meaghan is here to stay.
“There’s no point in looking down, cause I’m not meant for the ground,” Meaghan says about where she’s at today. “I know it’s a long shot, but it’s all I’ve got”.
Sam GyllenhaAl Band
Sam Gyllenhaal Band is made up of Sam (singer/songwriter/guitar) Grey Gyllenhaal (vocals) and Alex Schreiner (vocals/guitar). With Sam’s smooth tenor vocal delivery, you can hear pieces of pop, soul, classic rock and country. Sam’s sound is magnified by his longtime bandmate and harmony vocalist Alex Schreiner, and his sister Grey Gyllenhaal adding high harmonies that blend with Sam’s in a way only a family member could. With the band’s intense focus on the songwriting craft and high energy performance, the sky is the limit, and Sam Gyllenhaal Band wants to take audiences along for the ride as they attempt to get their songs stuck in the heads of listeners everywhere.
Notable Career Highlights
• Sam Gyllenhaal Band released a 13-song album in December of 2018, co-produced with industry-vet Denny Martin. Sam co-wrote half the album with Denny, and the other half with talented lyricist John Cirillo.
• Sam Gyllenhaal Band has sold out notable Nashville venues, including the Bluebird Café and the Listening room café, which seats 300 plus. The band played their first music festival in January of 2019, Todos Santos Music Festival in Los Cabos, Mexico.
“The Sam Gyllenhaal Band’s high energy and unique blend of harmony will grab an audience’s attention and never let go” – Tamara McGuckin, Live Nation Entertainment
Nicole boggs & The REEL
are outliers dedicated to living the story and telling the truth. The perfect storm of determined intellect, musical prowess, and reckless rebellion, the Soul/Rock outfit fearlessly addresses the process of making a mess, falling apart, and starting over. Growing up in musical families, their inspirations range from classic Soul and Americana songwriters to harmony heavy 70’s Rock n’ Roll. The cast of characters consists of singer-songwriters Nicole Boggs
(The Four on Fox, placements on Grey's Anatomy, Glade & LG national campaigns), Alex Kramer (Jason Derulo, MTV's Making His Band), and Sam Gyllenhaal, alongside bassist Loren D. Clark (LeAnn Rimes), and drummer Terence F. Clark (Robert Cray Band). Their talents combine to ignite a collaborative approach to song-first artistry, backed by laughter and the love of a good groove. The Reel's defiant refusal to be boxed in combined with a near religious devotion to constantly pushing and refining craft has allowed them to emerge as the one thing that the machine can never produce and rarely recognizes: a true original.
Debut Album “Scenes From Last Year” Available Everywhere Now. Reel Music for Reel People.
“Listening to Scenes From Last Year was like going through 5 years of AA in 55 minutes.” - Rob Fraboni (Bob Dylan, The Band, The Rolling Stones)
• Kimberly most recently released her crowd-funded EP “Don’t Blame It on Me,” including the single “Some Things Have a Name” which made its’ debut on WSM 650 AM Radio. All 5 songs on the project landed spots on CMT’s Next Women of Country Spotify Playlist, additionally featured in Rolling Stone Country’s 10 Best Country Songs of the Week list and on NPR.
• Kimberly released two independent records, the self-titled Kimberly Kelly and Sweet Time Dreamin’, as she continued to pound the red dirt in Texas, quickly becoming a favorite of audiences and her peers.
• She’s shared a lineup with icons like Radney Foster, Leon Russell and Willie Nelson and calls the legendary Billy Joe Shaver both a friend and supporter.
• The Bluebird Café, Gruene Hall, and even the Grand Ole Opry have all welcomed Kimberly onto their stages, and artists like Jason Aldean, Steve Wariner, Tracy Lawrence, Kevin Fowler, Aaron Watson, Josh Abbott, Cody Johnson, and Pat Green have had Kimberly out to open for them.
• The pint-sized powerhouse boasts her very own covers on both the Best In Texas Music Magazine and the Wacoan, and has even been featured in Country Weekly Magazine.
Pamela Parker is a sonic chemist, blending soulful vocals with powerful rock anthems. This cohesive band has a heavy fluid style all on their own. The dynamic stage presence and commanding vocals drive you, make you dance, and take you on a journey.
The Fantastic Machine is a ride through those moments of self-discovery. Tom Finch, (Big Brother & the Holding Co) the band’s in-house wizard, duels with Pamela on guitar and vocals. The funky bass player Spence Murray (Kofy Brown) builds a deep groove with Chris McGrew’s propulsive drums. The band’s live and studio mixing engineer, Jaimeson Durr regularly works with rock legends Sammy Hagar and Jason Bonham, which currently sits #4 on the Top 200.
This band is a force of nature, delivering a unique show every night, and Pamela Parker shows us what a woman who believes in herself can do.
This Calhoun, Louisiana native packs a powerful double-whammy in her diminutive stature as both a singer and a songwriter. Her songs are diverse, with a repertoire swinging from sweet Southern sass to tender heartache.
Chancie has observed Nashville’s vast songwriting community - modeling their techniques and diving headfirst into co-writes with some of Nashville's biggest hitmakers.
Putting the pedal to the metal, she first connected with Luke Bryan at one of his shows in Louisiana; the pair kept in touch until she moved to Tennessee. Impressed by her talents at only 14 years old, Luke gave her a listen and put her in the opening slot on his annual Farm Tour dates where she has gone on and opened shows around the U.S. for country superstars like Jake Owen, Florida Georgia Line, Sam Hunt and Cole Swindell.
Chancie signed her first major publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and shortly after, landed her first major cut on the "Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas" album called "Hairy Christmas" featuring Luke Bryan. That album went on to sell over 1,000,000 copies, earning Chancie her first platinum record plaque. Additionally, she has penned songs for several Australian and Canadian artists. She is also a featured singing on BMG/Sea Gayle artist, Leaving Austin’s new single “Into It”. At just 24, she has been in Nashville for almost a decade and made quite a resume.
Chancie just released a new single titled "Over You", a preview of what is to come on her EP due out Fall 2019. She is active within the WSM Radio family, first as a part of the Music City Mentors event where she was a model and performing songwriter on the Academy Sports + Outdoors stage at Opry Plaza during CMA Fest. She’s also slated to be part of WSM’s Free Fishing Day July 2019.
Don’t expect this young lady to sit back on her boot heels any time soon, she has only just embarked on what promises to be a long, successful journey. Follow along with her to see where she will be as she continues to perform shows all around the U.S.
Wrote a song for “Duck Dynasty” by request of Phil Robertson himself
Opened Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour for 7 years (20k+ shows)
Opened Luke Bryan’s spring break shows (100k in 2013, 150k in 2014)
Part of CMA Music Fest official lineup (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
EDM Top 100 with Hunter “In Your Heart”
Youngest World Champion Barrel Racer, ever … at only 9 years old
“Chancie Neal is what Country Music is all about. Leaving everything behind to chase this crazy dream. Playing the dives, writing the songs, doing whatever it takes to make it happen. On top of that, one of the best pure, honest country voices I’ve ever heard. There’s no bigger fan of Chancie Neal than me.” - Ben Hayslip
“Chancie Neal… a down-home girl with a heckuva talent!” - Junk Gypsy