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Wyatt Durrette is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Richmond, VA. Best known for his work with Luke Combs and Zac Brown Band, Wyatt’s songs have garnered a record-setting collection of hits. Most recently, Combs’ song “Even Though I’m Leaving” co-written by Wyatt, reached Number One and received SESAC’s Song of the Year in 2020 along with a CMA Nomination. Their previous collaboration, Number One hit “Beautiful Crazy” received SESAC and CMA’s Song of the Year in 2019. In total, more than forty artist song collaborations have led to over 2 BILLION digital streams, 24 MILLION singles sold, 9 MILLION albums sold, 14 Numbers Ones and 17 Number Ones at Country & Rock Radio. He has received SESAC’s Song of the Year award 3 times; in 2015 for “Homegrown,” in 2019 for “Beautiful Crazy,” and in 2020 for “Even Though I’m Leaving” a song Wyatt co-wrote with Luke Combs and Ray Fulcher. In 2021, Wyatt is showing no signs of slowing down, co-writing 5 songs on the new Zac Brown Band album “The Comeback” and Niko Moon’s newly released single “Easy Tonight.” For more info, visit Wyatt’s website:
Levi Lowrey is a singer-songwriter from Dacula, Georgia. He has performed extensively as a solo artist, headliner, and as the supporting act for well-known names including Mumford and Sons, Blackberry Smoke, Kid Rock, Alabama, and Zac Brown Band. Levi is a co-writer of the Zac Brown Band’s hit song, “Colder Weather.” He also had a hand in the Zac Brown Band’s single ‘The Wind” from their #1 Billboard album Uncaged. He is a CMA song of the year nominee for “Colder Weather,” and 2012 BMI Country Award Winner. Levi has co-written “Don’t Let Your Heart” on Zac Brown’s latest album as well as Niko Moon’s new single “Easy Tonight.” Levi also performs with Wyatt Durrette as Yesterday’s Wine. Visit Levi’s websites for more info:
Two-time Grammy nominee and ACM and CMA award-winning singer-songwriter’s breakthrough hit, “Just Got Started Lovin’ You,” topped the country chart and was the Most Played Country Single of the Year in 2008. He co-wrote Jamey Johnson’s hit “In Color,” which was nominated for a second Grammy and won both CMA and ACM’s Song of the Year and also penned songs for John Anderson, Trace Adkins, Randy Owen and many others including Zac Brown Band hit “No Hurry.” Otto’s bluesy, muscular voice and dynamic stage presence have earned him the respect of industry gatekeepers and the adoration of legions of country music fans. To learn more about James Otto, visit his website: https://www.jamesotto.net/ [jamesotto.net]
Kristian Bush, one half of platinum-selling country duo Sugarland, and Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, has been leaving his mark on music for more than two decades. His debut solo album, Southern Gravity, was released in April 2015, featuring the Top 20 single “Trailer Hitch.” The album received rave reviews from Rolling Stone, The Boston Globe, and the Sydney Morning Herald, among many others. Country Weekly called it the “feel-good album of the year”.
To date, Kristian has won six BMI Awards for his songwriting abilities, and in 2011 founded the music publishing company and songwriting collective Songs of the Architect. In 2016, Kristian wrote and performed “Forever Now (Say Yes),” the theme song for the hit TLC reality series Say Yes To The Dress. And in 2017, his songs anchored the world-premiere musical Troubadour, which he co-wrote with acclaimed playwright Janece Shaffer. In 2019, Kristian started a new rock band with Benji Shanks and his brother Brandon, called Dark Water, and released their debut self-titled album. To learn more about Kristian, check out his website: https://kristianbush.com/ [kristianbush.com]