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Ashley Gearing was just 12 years old in 2001, when she released her first single to country radio making her the youngest female to ever chart on the billboard charts. The county music community instantly welcomed her. In her younger years, Ashley graced the stage of The Grand Opry, performed at The World Series, sang with The Boston Pops, was featured on several Bestselling Disney records for young adults, as well as various synch spots on ABC, and traveled across the U.S opening for country’s biggest acts. She shared her contagious smile, warm presence and powerful voice all while pursuing a normal education, ultimately leading to a college degree from the esteemed Belmont University. After spending 9 years in the Curb Records Company honing her craft, Ashley recently decided to begin a different path and take on new adventures in her career to add to the already very long list. Now at 25, Ashley stands at the top of her game, ready to show the world the soulful, entertaining powerhouse she truly is.

Wynn was raised in the small town of Ellenwood, Georgia, where music was a central part of his life. After graduating high school, Wynn started on the path to musical success. His talent playing bluegrass landed him gigs from Austin to Ft. Lauderdale; during this time he was perfecting his style as a country artist and songwriter. Two of his #1 songs “Have You Forgotten” in 2003 and “Waitin’ on a Woman” in 2008 were nominated for SONG OF THE YEAR by the CMA. His most recent #1, “I’m a Little More Country” (Easton Corbin) was nominated by the ACM for SONG OF THE YEAR. Wynn’s songs have been cut by artists, Easton Corbin, Garth Brooks, Lee Ann Womack, Brad Paisley, Darryl Worley, Kellie Pickler, Montgomery Gentry and many more.