Georgia native Jon Langston has always had a love for music of all kinds, but has not always pursued a career in the music industry. Even though he had a band in 8th grade with a few hometown buddies, it was nothing more than just a fun hobby for Langston at the time. The band which included long time friend, Josh Manuel, who co-produced Langston’s first two EP’s back in 2013 at Century Studios in Atlanta. Manuel is currently the drummer for the band “Issues.” Instead, Langston set his sights on playing football in high school and earned a Division I scholarship to play at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina in 2009. It was his junior year of college when he picked the guitar up again. “I suffered multiple concussions, and so the coaches, doctors and myself decided the best for my health was to hang up the pads,” Langston says. “It was hard but I knew it was the right thing to do. I didn’t know what God had planned for my life at the time.” Langston began to learn how to play the guitar again and began to write his own songs and posting them on YouTube. “It is crazy how God closes one door and opens another. I had no idea what was ahead of me with the whole music world.”
Since then Langston has shown a passion and love for country music, and his unique voice and songwriting have sparked a wildfire fan base across the country. Selling out shows across the southeast, including the huge accomplishment at the Georgia Theatre on Nov. 7, 2015, dreams are starting to come true for Langston. “To be given the opportunity to not only play on that stage, but to headline the theatre, where I’ve seen many acts perform such as: Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert, and Corey Smith, who are guys I look up to, it was an honor and a night I will never forget.”
Langston, now a Music City resident in Nashville, TN, has created his own style and sound from a variety of influences. Growing up listening to everything from Alan Jackson to the Eagles, Langston has crafted a fresh, new country music sound that is ready for take off.
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Adam Hambrick released his new track “Forever Ain’t Long Enough” today, listen HERE. Written by Adam, Joe Ginsberg, and Kelly Archer, the song couples Adam’s soaring vocals with a catchy melody that seemingly begs to get stuck in your head. “What’s really great about “Forever Ain’t Long Enough” is that, at its core, it’s just a feel good, fun, love song,” explains Adam. “When Kelly, Joe and I got in the room to write we came up with something to make people dance and smile- and it has a little attitude which I love. This song is the kind of thing you want to put in your earbuds and bounce down the street.”
Additionally, Adam debuted his first official music video for the brand-new song today. The treatment views like a scene from a classic 1980’s film, complete with leather jackets, slicked back hairstyles, and paper diner hats.
Earlier this year Adam opened for Brett Young on a string of west coast tour dates and made his debut performance at Stagecoach, C2C Fest, and the Grand Ole Opry. Adam previously released his songs “Rockin’ All Night Long” and “All You, All Night, All Summer” which have accumulated over 43 million streams to date. Adam is currently in the studio working on his debut album with producers Andrew DeRoberts (James Blunt, Miley Cyrus) and Paul DiGiovanni (Blake Shelton, Jordan Davis). For new music, content, and a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit https://www.adamhambrick.com/
As Mercury Nashville’s Travis Denning’s new single “After A Few” continues to climb the country radio charts, Denning is sharing a stripped-back acoustic version of the track today, available to watch as a special in-studio version here and to listen to here. Currently ascending through the Top 40, the “memorable” song showcases Denning’s “future star power” (Billboard.) Co-written by Denning with Kelly Archer and Justin Weaver, the track follows his Top 40 debut single “David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs.”
A native of Warner Robins, Georgia, singer/songwriter Travis Denning has been spotlighted by Rolling Stone for his “everyman worldview that evokes his small-town, big-hearted upbringing and a sound that is a wide tent – fun, modern country with rock-guitar licks” and was recently selected as an Opry NextStage recipient and CMA KixStart Artist, as he makes his mark within the industry. Inspired at a young age, Denning developed a love for country, pop, rock and heavy metal and started playing local bars from the age of 16, as he built a strong following from his distinctive songs and raucous guitar solos. Denning moved to Nashville and secured outside cuts by Jason Aldean, Justin Moore, Michael Ray and Chase Rice. A prolific writer with an unquestionable stage presence, Denning caught the attention of Universal Music Group and signed a record deal in 2017. Denning has previously opened shows for Cole Swindell, Alan Jackson, LANCO and is set to hit the road this fall with Riley Green beginning September 5 in Statesboro, Georgia and will run through the end of the year. When Denning is not touring, he is in the studio working on his debut album. For more information, visit travisdenning.com.
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