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Join host Mary O'Neill Phillips for an amazing line up including Southerland, Phil Barton, Troy Kemp and Terry Lee Palmer!
Everyone saw the duo potential in Charleston, South Carolina native Matt Chase and small town Washington, Georgia’s Chris Rogers before they saw it themselves. Before morphing into the musical outfit now known as Southerland, the two had been playing college towns and dive bars together for three years. They met through mutual friends and their music compatibility is what has kept the two working and playing together since 2016. They have developed, quite naturally, into a duo that relies heavily on lyrical content, while melodically blending classic and pop country. The two create music that takes the storytelling of traditional country music and gives its a relatable, modern country feel.
Phil Barton is an Australian songwriter living in Nashville, TN. He had his first No. 1 with the Lee Brice smash, “A Woman Like You”. This song led to a Music Row Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year, and NSAI award for one of the coveted “Ten Songs I Wish I’d Written,” and has since been certified double platinum.
Along with his success in American Country Music, Phil has had eleven Top Ten singles in Canada with artists like Tim Hicks, Chad Brownlee, The Washboard Union, Jojo Mason, and Meghan Patrick. In Australia, he has also had cuts with Lee Kernaghan, Missy Lancaster, Busby Marou, Jai Waetford, The Wolfe Brothers, Reigan, and more.
In 2018 he signed a co-publishing deal with Liz Rose Music and Anthem formerly known as Òle.
His songs have been recorded by Sara Evans, David Nail, Eli Young Band, Dustin Lynch, Cassadee Pope, Morgan Evans, Seth Ennis, LOCASH, and many more.
With multiple Australian Country Chart and CMC #1 Singles, a Golden Guitar, 3 CMC Awards, 3 People’s Choice Awards, a Frank Ifield International Spur Award and almost a decade of touring under his belt, Troy Kemp is one of Australia’s most recognisable country music talents.
As one half of award winning duo McAlister Kemp, Troy achieved recognition and accolade both locally and internationally, headlining some of the nations biggest music festivals and has remained a mainstay on Country Radio and Television Charts over the past 7 years.
With McAlister Kemp folding in March 2015, Troy now continues to grow his profile in both Australia and overseas as a Solo artist.
Late 2015 saw the first 2 video singles, “How We Roll Around Here” and “Small Town Girl” from "Against The Grain", Troy’s debut Solo album, both climb their way to the #1 Spot on CMC, The Country Music Channel and both hit the #1 spot on the Australian Top 40 Country Radio Charts.
In 2016 Troy was named The Planet Country Radio Awards “Male Artist” and “Australian Artist of the Year" and was then “Fan Voted” as one of the 5 finalist’s for "Male Artist of The Year" at the 2017 CMC Awards alongside Lee Kernaghan, Troy Cassar-Daley, Adam Brand and Travis Collins.
In early 2018 Troy formed a side, “Duo” project, “Tailgate Drive”, with Damien Baguley from the Viper Creek Band and off the strength of their first single “Bury Me In Blue Jeans” the Duo picked up the "Rob Potts "New Talent Of the Year Award" at the 2018 CMC Awards.
Troy’s latest single, the catchy Duet “Hung Up On You” with Australian Country artist Jayne Denham was recently nominated as one of the Top 5 Finalists for “Vocal Collaboration Of The Year” at this years Golden Guitar Awards and the single recently hit the #1 spot on the CMC Chart.
Troy’s brand new single release “My Favourite Thing” is a well crafted, modern country track that is already receiving great reviews and seeing impressive numbers on download and streaming platforms.
Born in Houston, Texas, Terry Lee Palmer began playing guitar at age 9 and was influenced early on by classic and 80’s style rock. He studied classical and jazz extensively at both Middle Tennessee State University and Austin Peay State University. After school he created a career as a touring musician, playing with a variety of acts over several years and honing his country guitar style. Terry recorded “Beautiful Mess”, his first solo album, in 2006. Since 2010, Terry has been playing with country artist Jon Pardi, and in the spring of 2013, Terry signed a publishing co-venture with Jon Pardi and The Song Factory.