B93 want to thank our listener family who came for Birthday Bash 2019!
B-93's Birthday Bash 2019 @ Fifth Third Ballpark
Saturday, June 8th - 4PM
ABOUT BRANTLEY GILBERT:
One of only five Country artists to have back-to-back PLATINUM albums this century, Brantley Gilbert’s made a pummeling kind of Country that consolidated the outsiders, outliers and full-tilt life livers in a collective known as the BG Nation. The Georgia-born-and-bred songwriter/rocker has six No. 1s – “Country Must Be Country Wide,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” the CMA Awards Song of the Year nominee “Dirt Road Anthem,” “My Kinda Party,” “Bottoms Up” and “One Hell Of An Amen” – and the 2014 American Music Award for Favorite Country Album for JUST AS I AM to his credit. Following his highly-acclaimed GOLD-certified album THE DEVIL DON’T SLEEP(The Valory Music Co.), Gilbert recently teamed up with Lindsay Ell on his new single “What Happens In A Small Town,” which is currently ascending at Country radio.But what separates Gilbert from the rest is his deep commitment to real people, vets, anyone who needs a little help. His hard-charging performances define country’s outlaw edge, what Entertainment Weekly hails for “his swaggering guitars, catchy hooks, and a DGAF attitude” and American Songwriter raves, “Gilbert never fails to deliver.”
ABOUT JIMMIE ALLEN:
For breakthrough country artist Jimmie Allen, a simple phrase sums up his view on life and music: Never give up.
Allen has carried that mantra with him through good times and bad, whether than meant living in his car or rocking amphitheaters on Toby Keith’s Interstates & Tailgates Tour.
“I didn’t quit, I never will,” he says. “Stuff ain’t easy, and you shouldn’t quit either. There’s a big difference between busting your ass, and sitting on it.”
For Allen, musical dreams and a love of true-to-themselves artists like Alan Jackson, Aaron Tippin, Montgomery Gentry, and Jason Aldean brought him all the way to Nashville – and eventually around the world for an Armed Forces Entertainment tour of Japan.
ABOUT JORDAN DAVIS:
Jordan Davis is a Shreveport-born, Nashville-weathered creative soul with his feet firmly planted in two different eras. The imagery in his songs relies on the same specificity behind such classic, lyrically- driven songwriters as John Prine, Jim Croce and Bob McDill. But the tech-tinged production and silvery phrasing in those same songs embodies the genre-defying musicality of such current acts as Eric Church, Sam Hunt and Lady Antebellum.
The sound is big. The towns are small. And the name is HARDY.
Big Loud artist HARDY grew up on classic rock in Philadelphia, Miss., a town of about 7,500 in the country setting of Neshoba County. So when fans hear the music on his four-song EP for the label, This Ole Boy, they're getting the real deal. The songs are bold and proud, the voice is commanding and the lyrics are centered on farms, in the backwoods and mostly in America's heartland.