2015 Mainstage Entertainment

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan’s life as an entertainer has been full of pinch-me moments. The Leesburg, GA, native and ACM Entertainer of the Year is at the top of his game and yet, his new album, Crash My Party, proves he has no limits.

Full of playful longing, the first single “Crash My Party,” beckons, ‘come love on me.’ Over a million fans have done so, as indicated by copies sold. One of Bryan’s favorite recordings, “Goodbye Girl,” taps into a new vein, using a tender, Conway Twitty-like, soft voice. “Dirt Road Diary,” is the story of his life, he says; a song he envisions country boys driving down a dirt road listening to.

We’re so excited to host Luke in August, you just might need to pinch us.

Rascal Flatts

Rascal Flatts

Rascal Flatts performances are state-of-the art, house-rocking, sold-out excursions into musical excitement! All of it stems from the magic that happens when their voices unite.

Jay and Gary, from the Columbus, Ohio area, and Joe Don, from Picher, Oklahoma teamed up in a club in Nashville’s Printers Alley. “We knew right away we had something special,” says Jay, “even if we were the only ones who ever got to hear it.”  They quickly earned a record deal— talent, drive, and great song selection did the rest. Their list of hits constitutes one of the great bodies of work in modern country music, with “These Days,” “Bless the Broken Road,” “What Hurts The Most,” “My Wish,” forming just the tip of an ever-expanding list of hits. They have seen 14 singles hit the top of the charts, spending more than eight months collectively at #1.

Even in a career as filled with music and milestones as that of Rascal Flatts, there are times when capturing the moment isn’t difficult. Sometimes, it only takes a word. The release of Changed, the trio’s eighth studio album, is a great case in point. “Everything is in this big crock pot called Changed,” says Gary with a laugh “It’s got meat, potatoes, vegetables—all of it. It’s fun, it’s poignant, and we think the hard work that went into it has really paid off. And we’re very glad to take one more big step down the road.”

We’re excited that road will bring Rascal Flatts to Brownsville in 2015!

The Band Perry

The Band Perry

Fronted by Kimberly Perry and rounded out by her younger brothers Neil and Reid, The Band Perry ventured into the unknown when writing and recording their second album, Pioneer. Rather than covered wagons or astronauts on the moon, it’s about marching forward and making noise, despite being unsure of how to get where you’re going. The title track asks, ‘Where are we going’ ‘What will become of us?’ This is the first recording the trio feels truly captures the full-throttle intensity of The Band Perry’s live show.

Taken as a whole, Pioneer enables The Band Perry to accomplish one of its primary goals: to bring the romantic mystique of bands back to music. Whether it’s the country-rock stomping empowerment anthem “DONE.,” the blistering “Night Gone Wasted,” or the Queen-influenced “Forever Mine Nevermind” the songs were tailor-made for arena shows. There are also vulnerable, thoughtful tunes like “Pioneer,” “Mother Like Mine,” and “End of Time,” a ballad that recalls the band’s Southern roots.

The Band Perry has ascended to dizzying heights and is continuing to climb.

Chris Young

Chris Young

With six No. 1 hits under his belt at age 29, Grammy-nominated Chris Young has accomplished more than some artists do in a lifetime. Known for his classic baritone and melt-your-heart ballads Young knows how to have a good time, too.

His fourth album, A.M., sounds nothing like his previous albums, yet it remains defiantly, definitely country. The Top 5 hit “Aw Naw,” immediately sets the tone with an irreverent story about what Young calls “an accidental party – ‘Hey, I just came to have one, and ended up staying all night.‘” Its addictive four-on-the-floor vibe is tailor made for live sing-alongs, with a tongue-in-cheek title that‘s both ridiculous and ridiculously inescapable. “‘Lighters in the Air‘ is about meeting someone and falling in love at a concert, losing yourself in that night,” he says. The tender, traditional love song “Goodbye” is evidence there‘s something deeper going on in the hours before the dawn. “You might assume it‘s a breakup song. But it‘s about a relationship worth fighting for, showing up at somebody‘s house in the middle of the night and trying to work it out.”

Did we mention this Murfreesboro, TN native is a handsome charmer to boot?

Dustin Lynch

Dustin Lynch

“Dumb enough to give it a shot” Dustin Lynch followed his music dream, after graduating Pre-Med from David Lipscomb University. Today, he’s heralded as the heir to George Strait’s throne, walking a line between country music’s past and its future.

Lynch’s self-titled debut hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and the lead single, “Cowboys and Angels,” exceeded platinum sales. His sophomore album, Where It's At, is filled with lyrically meaningful and memorable songs. “Hell of a Night” percolates with an edgy energy while “Middle of Nowhere” explores the complexities of being stuck in the friend zone. “After Party” celebrates his rural roots in Tullahoma, Tennessee.

This young man stands with an abundance of raw talent and an unwavering work ethic; he’s seizing his moment and making the most of it.

Scotty McCreery

Scotty McCreery

After winning Season Ten of American Idol, Scotty released his debut album– the best-selling solo album released by a country artist in 2011. That album, Clear As Day, was certified platinum for sales of one million in just thirteen weeks. The first two singles from that album were also certified gold.

With album sales approaching 2 million in less than two years, Scotty McCreery has emerged as one of country’s hottest new stars. His deep voice and an irresistible sound create the perfect blend of contemporary and traditional country. His new album, See You Tonight, debuted No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. He co-wrote his current single, “See You Tonight,” which is climbing the charts and receiving rave reviews from Rolling Stone, People, Entertainment Tonight and The Los Angeles Times.