AMP Top 7 Singles
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  • 1: The Caleb Daugherty Band-Burnt The Sawmill Down (Featured Single) -
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:23) [7.76 MB]
  • 2: Ariana Gillis - Dirt Gets Dirty
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:46) [6.32 MB]
  • 3: Juliet Simmons Dinallo-Moonshine & Sweet Tea
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:45) [8.58 MB]
  • 4: Artie Tobia-Caller 102
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:38) [6.02 MB]
  • 5. Junior Cheyne- Out of Gas
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:00) [9.16 MB]
  • 6. Matt Ellis- Some People
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:58) [6.79 MB]
  • 7: Grant Peeples- Let's Start Killing Each Other
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:45) [6.3 MB]
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Track 1- The Caleb Daugherty Band- First Single-"Burnt The Sawmill Down' (Featured Single)
Caleb Daugherty was born in 1992 in Connersville Indiana. Raised in a musical family, Caleb began singing and playing the guitar at 7 years old.
While there have been many highlights in his musical career, the most memorable to date would be June 2016, when he was asked by Rhonda Vincent, Queen of Bluegrass, to join her and her band on stage at the Grand Ole Opry, on guitar and vocals.

As if that wasn't enough of an honor, he was also invited to perform at the 1st Annual "Keith Whitley Tribute Show" at the Nashville Palace, to honor one of his musical heros, along side the likes of Lorrie Morgan, Darryl Worley, Ken Mellons, Kevin Denney and several other great artist.
On May 9th 2019 Caleb will be honoring the late Keith Whitley once again, alongside the likes of Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Mark Wills, Darryl Worley, Mark Chesnutt, Tracy Lawrence, Joe Diffie and many others at The Country Music Hall of Fame for the Keith Whitley 30th Anniversary Memorial Concert, on the Anniversary of Keiths untimely passing.

With Caleb's positive attitude and great work ethic, his future is sure to be bright!

Track 2 Ariana Gillis- Dirt gets Dirty
"Ariana's soulful talent has taken up elite residency in what constitutes the very best that songwriting has to offer. On the cusp of 20 years old she was composing material that was outrageously original, melodic and passionate. Now under the wing of multi-talented Americana everyman Buddy Miller the stars are aligned and Ariana Gillis will prove through these recordings that she is no flash in the pan flavor of the month but a force to be reckoned with now and for a very long time." -Bernie Taupin (Lyricist of Elton John)

Track 3 Juliet Simmons Dinallo- Moonshine & Sweet Tea
Boston Roots and Cowboy Boots. All the way from Nashville to Memphis, and beyond, Dream Girl is the evolution of Juliet Simmons Dinallo’s singing, songwriting, and journey that began with 2013’s No Regrets album on Tree-O-Records.

Dream Girl, produced by Michael Dinallo and Ducky Carlisle, The Tremolo Twins, is an amalgam of Nashville and Memphis. Dusty in Memphis, I Am Shelby Lynn, Stax/Volt, classic Nashville sides, From Elvis in Memphis along with soulful group singing. Juliet enlisted two other tremendous vocalists from Boston, Amber Casares and Anita Suhanin, to sing with her. The blend is reminiscent of the Staple Singers at times ("Until I Go") or the Trio album ("Moonshine and Sweet Tea") with Dolly, Emmylou, and Linda. Tim Carter (who is a direct link to The Carter Family) recorded the mandolin, fiddle, and banjo at his studio in Goodlettsville TN. The majority of the songs were solely by Juliet a few exceptions

Track 4 Artie Tobia- Caller 102
A proven songwriter Artie Tobia (pronounced Tuh Buy Uh) offers Phoenix his first single off of Driven, his fifth full-length album.

“I have been listening to Driven for the past few days and absolutely love it! Your songs seem more romantic and your lyrics touch the soul. There are a few that resonate with me. I love the sound of this album.” ~ Gail Corrow

“Driven is relatable, it’s fun; it’s a feel good record. It gets stuck in your head in a good way!” ~D.B.

“I received Driven in my rural mailbox… what a thrill to get some mail. However, what a musical feast you offered us! Kathy and I really loved the CD from Black Mustang through Phoenix. Great writing, vocals and musicianship!!”
~ Dr. D.
Driven is his follow up effort to his successful Aberdeen release in 2015.
Aberdeen reached number 13 on AAA/AMA APD Chart, number 15 on the FAR Chart, Alternate Root 66 Chart, Top Ten Song of the Week (Title track ~ Aberdeen) Alternate Root Magazine, Track of the Week (River of Tears) Troubadour Show, CD of the month Pick Thomas Greener KVMR Los Angeles. " Artie Tobia may come from New York, but he has that Down South essence to him that screams “true American music.” Indie Band Guru

Track 5. Junior Cheyne- Out of Gas
Sometimes it seems that people who've been through the toughest times are the ones who are the most appreciative of life. Rather than dwelling in bitterness, regret or sorrow, they're alive to the moment and determined to live it to its fullest potential.
Sam is one of those people.
He's also one of the people who've served our country and helped keep it safe so we can all live all our moments to their fullest.
Look around you. We're sure you know a Sam... or maybe a Samantha.
Play "Out if Gas" for them and tell them "Keep dancing till there are no more songs to play!"
And don't forget to tell them, "Thanks for your service!"
Junior Cheyne

Track 6 Matt Ellis- Some People
Also, check out Matt's previous release "They Don't Make em Like They Used Too"

“Rambler Pacifico” is a stream of folk-rock consciousness. A ramble of plain truths in a time of fake news. A collection of songs that speak to these times yet feel timeless. Recorded primarily in Ellis’ garage, these 11 songs kick and caress in equal parts. There’s enough twang to remain in the Americana club, yet there’s also a pop sensibility calling to a wider audience.

Track 7 Grant Peeples- Let's Start Killing Each Other
I was born in Tallahassee, 1957. It was there I learned to crawl, walk, talk, ride a bike, and tie my shoes. I went to school and learned to read and spell badly, and to hide under the desk when Khrushchev fired a missile at us. I hunted, fished, rode horses, and read books about Daniel Boone and Abraham Lincoln. By the time I was twelve I had learned the words to every Roger Miller song. Then I grew some hair, raced motorcycles, smoked pot, threw a cast net for mullet in the wee hours, and scribbled a lot of bad poetry. Kissed a girl or two.

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