About Aaron Watson:Aaron Watson continues to dominate as a true independent in the country music arena. Watson’s 2017 albumVaquerolaunched into the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart with his biggest career sales debut to date, and at #2 on the Top Country Albums chart.Texas Monthly,Billboard,Rolling Stone Country,Noisey,CMT,The Bootand more have allfeatured the new music.Vaquerois the follow up to his history-making albumThe Underdog, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, making him the first-ever independent, male country artist to debut in the coveted top spot. The album features “Outta Style,” his record-breaking Top 10 hit on country music’s national radio airplay charts and top 40 hit “Run Wild Horses.”Watson wraps the busy year releasing two new projects,Live at the World’s Biggest Rodeo Show,Watson’s 14th album and his first live album in nearly a decade, and his first ever Christmas collection,An Aaron Watson Family Christmas—both out now.The singer/songwriter’s rise has been paved by years of hard work and perseverance. Eighteen years later, over a dozen recorded albums, more than 2,500 shows in the U.S. and Europe, and a newly inked global distribution partnership with ADA Worldwide, the Texas native is determined to stay true to his roots and deliver music directly to his fans. Watson shared his journey with fans via a video that has racked up over 7.2 Million views and 50,000 shares, proving his phenomenal connection to fans.

Carlton Anderson

The balance between traditional sounds and contemporary themes is evident on Carlton Anderson’s debu tsingle, “Drop Everything,” on Arista Nashville.Originally from Cypress, Texas, Anderson grew up on sports and the other Texas pastime:music.His inspiration came from Willie Nelson, George Strait, and a long line of musical mavericks who transcended borders. The family mantra was “go to work, or go to war,” but Anderson, who cut his teeth playing roadhouses and dance halls after graduation, had other aspirations. He moved to Nashville to attend college and follow his dream. With undeniable talent and a work ethic honed on the oil fields of Texas, Anderson quickly found a stage and tip jar in one of the honky tonks on Broadway to pay the bills. He was the first to graduate college in his family, but he learned the ropes through hard work, practice, paying his dues in Texas, and playing for tourists and bachelorette parties in Nashville. He focused on “connecting” with his audience, no matter how distracted or inebriated they were. It wasn’t long before more than tourists were taking notice and he was signed to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and began writing with some of the most sought-after songwriters in Nashville. He gained a reputation for his steadfast belief in authenticity before trends.“If I’ve lived it, I can sing about it,” he said. “If I haven’t lived it, I’m not a good faker.”



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