A dynamic guitarist, vocalist and live performer, Travis Collins continues to excite as a songwriter with his sixth studio album ‘Brave & The Broken’ set to launch at Western Sydney’s Home of Country Music.
Country music trailblazer, Granger Smith, is the flagship artist on BBR Music Group’S imprint, Wheelhouse Records.
With sold-out national tours, a social media following of more than 6.5 million, and YouTube views exceeding 100 million, Granger Smith has amassed a rabid audience, while building a truly groundbreaking career.
Granger’s current album, Remington, released March 2016 via Wheelhouse Records, claimed the No. 1 spot on the iTunes country album chart on release day and garnered him the No.1 debut for first week sales via Nielson Soundscan (3/14).
The album, produced by Granger Smith and Frank Rogers, features the hit single “Backroad Song,” which landed the No. 1 spot at country radio (Billboard Country Airplay, Mediabase and Music Row charts).
Granger also received a BMI Country Award for writing, producing, publishing (Climbing Windmills) and performing “Backroad Song.”
The follow-up smash,“ If The Boot Fits,” reached the Top 5.
Accolades continue to pour in for the fast-rising star. Granger has been lauded by outlets like New York Times, Variety, Forbes, MusicRow, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Huffington Post, Taste of Country, Rare Country, among many others. He has also appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Today Show and Fox & Friends.
Granger’s comical country boy alter-ego, Earl Dibbles Jr., has its own fanatical following and garnered him a weekly segment called “Dip ‘Em and Pick ‘Em” on CBS Sports Network’s “Inside College Football,” in which he has appeared for the past four seasons.
Granger has even been recognized by Variety for being the brainchild behind Earl Dibbles Jr.
Granger is joined by Jasmine Rae is a three-time ARIA nominated and multi-award winning vocalist, songwriter, actor and entertainer. The engaging and electrifying live performer, with her dynamite, soul-flavoured and heart-wrenching vocals has been described by the Sydney Morning Herald as a “pocket-sized powerhouse.”