ADAM D. TUCKER
TIM MCGRAW TRIBUTE
Also available as a Tim McGraw, Shania Twain tribute featuring Adam D. Tucker & Donna Huber.
Adam D. Tucker is "Vegas McGraw", the World's #1 Tim McGraw Tribute. Performing over 1,000 shows internationally, Adam has opened for 42 major acts, including: - Taylor Swift - Blake Shelton - Luke Bryan - Jason Aldean - Eric Church - Charlie Daniels - Tracy Lawrence and many more!
Nashville Songwriters "In the Round on the Road" is a traveling event series bringing the Nashville Songwriters Round to audiences across the country. Each trip features four of Nashville's finest and most credited songsmith. They share not only their songs, but the stories of how the songs came to be and impacted their lives. Very entertaining, lots of fun, really interactive including Q&A with the audience.
Singer - Songwriter - TV Host - Choreographer
San Diego, California's Alyssa Jacey is all over the Nashville Scene!!! Alyssa has written over 400 songs, produced and released 8 studio albums while performing over 2,000 shows across the United States and abroad. She has shared stages with Bruno Mars, Lisa Loeb, Sophie B. Hawkins, Chase Rice, Andy Grammer, Joan Osborne, Shawn Colvin and Keith Anderson among others. Check out Alyssa's 2016 TV Demo reel as the host of "TalentWatch TV", "Balcony TV Nashville", and "In Charge Country". D.F.E. is booking Alyssa Musically and for Television.
JOHNNY NEEL IS A GRAMMY NOMINATED KEYBOARDIST, AND 2012 RECIPIENT OF THE "GRAMMY LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD" FOR HIS WORK AS A MEMBER OF, "THE ALLMAN BROTHERS". JOHNNY IS CURRENTLY TOURING IN SUPPORT OF HIS NEWEST ALBUM,
"EVERY KINDA BLUES."
Book Johnny Neel at your Festival, Club, Private Event, or House Concert: Solo or Full Band
BLUES - JAM
FUNK - ROCK
* Grammy nomination/keyboard/The Allman Brothers
* ASCAP Country Award
“Take The Long Way Home”
Recorded by John Schneider
* BMI Citation Award The Allman Brothers
Television / Movie / Video Appearances
* XXXS and OOOS (Movie)
* Good Clean Fun – MTV
The Tonight Show
* CBS This Morning
* Nashville Now
* Music City Tonight
* Volunteer Jam – TNN
Albert Simpson, from Gadsden, Al., performs mostly solo with the acoustic guitar while utilizing percussion instruments like the tambourine and the porchboard, which is an instrument that sounds like a kick drum. If you close your eyes one would think they were listing to a whole band. Simpson’s folksy back porch flavor makes his music feel like an old friend. After performing for over twenty years, this artist is now known as one of the best solo acts on the scene. His southern fried folk funk flavor is intoxicating!
After recording with Johnny Sandlin, who produced great acts like The Allman Brothers Band and Widespread Panic, Johnny brought his expertise to “Don't Wake Albert”, which was Simpson’s first studio project. The CD received raving reviews in publications such as: Vintage Guitar Magazine, Relix, and Hittin' the Note. It has even been said that it ranks as one of Johnny's best projects, and parallels his work on Widespread Panic's landmark second album.
Simpson's most current work is titled “Roll Your Mind“. Not only did Albert play all the instruments and write the songs, he also helped produce the record with the help of Mark Turnham from Xcessive Sound. This all original project has an underlying natural earthy tone, and is one of Albert’s most genuine recordings. Performing mostly in the Southeast, he has in the past few years, expanded his touring from coast to coast. Recently filmed by Google and PBS for ad campaigns in the Gulf Coast, Albert is currently touring extensively.
"Albert Simpson is here - long live, bluesy southern
rock in the tradition of Greg Allman and Marshall Tucker
with the focus on tightly structured songs."
-Peter Bliss-New York Songwriters Collective
"Albert Simpson shows
his personal side on "Roll Your Mind," a new
solo album that showcases both his
excellent songwriting and
-Wildman Steve, Owner/Program
“Burly and jovial with a bushy beard that dangles
a pigtail, Albert Simpson looks the part of both
yesterday and today – and that perfectly captures the
spirit of his music.”
— Tom Clarke, Elmore magazine.