Explore the 2023 Lineup
Take a look at the artists who rocked the stage last year!
Cody Canada & The Departed
Southern Rock/Alternative Country
The Departed is an American rock band formed in 2011 by Cody Canada after his former band, Cross Canadian Ragweed, broke up in 2010. The Departed currently consists of Canada (guitar & lead vocals), Jeremy Plato (bass guitar & vocals) and Eric Hansen (drums).
Cole Chaney is a singer/songwriter from the Ohio and Big Sandy River community of Catlettsburg, Kentucky. After his debut album, Mercy, was released in 2021, Chaney experienced a great rise in popularity and has been growing a loyal fan base since.
With strong lyrical content that will draw you into the story he’s telling, Addison’s songs take you on a journey to a time when country music was reflective of the working class American. Addison’s approach to songwriting brings those stories to life once again.
Rye Davis is a modern day troubadour from Pig, KY. Performing over 150 shows a year both as a headliner and supporting act. Brad Paisley gave Rye a big compliment when he said to him, "You sound a lot like Alan Jackson." Rye’s smooth, distinctive vocals, captivating songs and live show energy bring his brand of country music to a whole new generation of growing listeners.
Them Dirty Roses
Born and raised in the Bama clay, these boys are as southern as they come. Taught how to bend a string and break a heart by Skynyrd and Hank, brothers James and Frank Ford along with their hometown friends Andrew Davis and Ben Crain formed the southern rock band known as Them Dirty Roses.
"Hannah Damn Dasher" - the country star who was born to entertain. After graduating from college and moving to Nashville, Hannah signed with Sony Music and realized she didn't just want to be a singer, but also a songwriter. After years of hard work, Hannah has released many hits that give you that 90s country feel.
Tim Goodin is a singer/songwriter straight out of the Hills of South East Kentucky. He grew up wandering the hills and "hollers" of the Appalachian landscapes. His Debut self released single "Pills and Poverty" tells the tragic tale plaguing so many rural community's today.
Wes comes out of Florida with a voice comparable to Kentucky's native son, Keith Whitley. Whether he is playing a set of all originals or a mix of his original songs and covering classic country, Wes Shipp is always there to put on a show and entertain the crowd. It's only a matter of time before the masses know his name.