515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM
Colby Dee is proud to have shared the stage with Cole Swindell, Kelsea Ballerini, Brett Eldredge, Jana Kramer, Old Dominion, Joe Nichols and others, bringing her own music to a legion of new fans. Her songwriting ability is so personal that it will leave you wondering how she read your mind, and even Billboard and iTunes Editors have taken notice of her songs and sound, both featuring her 3 times, including a “New Artist Spotlight” nod from iTunes.
Colby Dee is dual citizen, born in Canada, primarily raised in Georgia and now calls Nashville home when she’s not on the road across North America and Europe performing. Her latest single, which she co-wrote, “American Point of View” received outstanding music critic reviews, ranging from “this is the perfect America loving song” to “this girl is crazy good and her new single ‘American Point of View’ is like putting the American way of life to lyrics”, to “What Colby Dee has done is put together a song that illustrates what courageous acts of honor have helped us to enjoy. Simply put, America rocks – no matter where you go, and it’s a place that needs to be celebrated every day”, and ”Colby Dee gives the song an energetic performance that embodies the lyrics that she’s singing.”
Colby Dee has been recognized as “One to Watch” in country music by various media outlets and is proud to have been a part of the CMA Fest and Key West Songwriters Festival for the past 5 years.
In addition to working on her own music, you can find Colby Dee in music videos for artists such as Lady Antebellum, Kip Moore, Blake Shelton, Randy Houser, Scotty McCreery and others. Colby Dee has also appeared in episodes of the ABC show “Nashville” and the movie “The Identical.”
Make no mistake about it, Sam Grayson is all about making good music. When his parents gave him a guitar at age 15, Sam didn’t need any nudging before he started figuring out the chords and writing his first songs. He’s still at it today playing shows all across the south while living and performing during the week at writer’s rounds and special events in Nashville TN.
Though he’s a native of John’s Creek GA, Sam’s first shows came during his years attending Auburn University. Sam honed his craft throughout his college years playing tailgate parties and college bars before moving to Nashville in 2015. His debut EP, The Beginning, shows off his versatility pitting narrative songwriting, like the song Memory On My Side, against all-out summer party anthems like Back for More.