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Brooke Moriber to Release Single and Performs in Nashville, New York and Napa Valley

Former Broadway star and current Reviver Records Country music sensation  Brooke Moriber’s brand new single More Love” will be available Fri April 19th on all the major music services. Pre-save here!

More Love 

We need more love, Maybe more than ever, 
We need more us, Coming back together 
More of what we’re here to do, 
This crazy world is living proof 
We need more  – More Love!

Watch this breakout artist perform her poignant new track and many of her previous hits including “Half a Heart”, “Little Bit Of You”, and “This Town Made Us live at stops across the country in April and May 2024 at select special events.

First on Saturday, Apr 6th, Brooke plays as part of the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival at Commodore Grille located at 2613 West End Ave in Nashville. The show also features friends Bill DiLuigi, The Heels, Mark Narmore and Jude Toy. The 32nd annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival is happening from April 2nd – 6th, featuring over four hundred songwriters spanning multiple genres at ten venues across Music City. 

On Friday April 12th, she’s at Industry Makers, 344 New York Ave in Huntington, Long Island NY for Maxwell’s LI Bandstand, where she will celebrate the release of “More Love” with support from New York’s My Country 96.1

Brooke will also appear at Live In The Vineyard Goes Country (LITVGC), happening April 23rd – 25th, 2024 in Napa Valley, CA. The 2024 LITVGC lineup also includes Scotty McCreery, Rodney Atkins, Sara Evans, Drew Baldridge, Laura Bryna, Anderson Daniels, Wesley Dean, The Dryes, ERNEST, Larry Fleet, Elliot Greer, Kelsey Hart, Scotty Hasting, Levi Hummon, LoCash, MacKenzie Porter, Charly Reynolds, Lily Rose, Runaway June, Hailey Whitters with more to be announced. LITVGC pairs exclusive access to today’s hottest country artists with Napa Valley’s celebrated winemakers and world-renowned chefs during an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime event. Since its formation, the event has featured performances by Carrie Underwood, Zac Brown Band, Darius Rucker, Old Dominion, Brad Paisley, Little Big Town, Brothers Osborne and many more.

Then Saturday May 11thBrooke Moriber and friends return once again to the legendary The Bitter End on Bleecker Street in NYC for the third installment of new bi-monthly Songwriters in the Round series “Nashville in New York (NINY)”. The New York native and current Nashville resident will host and perform at this intimate acoustic storytellers style performance event, also featuring songwriter Emily ShackeltonVictoria Banks and more. Previous NINY shows have showcased the talents of Jeff CohenKara DioGuardiIan FlaniganToby Lightman, members of the 615 Collective (which includes tunesmiths Aaron GoodvinSarah DarlingMichael Logen and Nicole Witt), and Jon Stone.

Brooke is also planning a return to this year’s Montauk Music Festival, happening May 16th – 19th in Montauk, New York. Details to be announced.

Brooke Moriber is a singer/songwriter and native New Yorker who has paved an unconventional path for herself in Country music. After getting her start at a young age professionally performing on Broadway, Brooke turned to songwriting as a teenager to cope with losing her eyesight to a rare eye disease. When the disease went into remission after a difficult four years, Brooke began traveling to Nashville to tell her own stories. Praised for her “clarion voice” (Associated press), she went on to release her first single “Cry Like A Girl” independently in 2019 and later signed with Nashville’s Reviver Records.

Brooke’s music has been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday Country (Little Bit of YouHalf A HeartDown to Nothing) and Country Christmas playlists (All I Want for Christmas is You), Sirius XM’s Velvet, CMT online, Music Choice Network and the Music Row Country Breakout radio chart. Hailed as a “stellar songwriter and a powerhouse vocalist” (Country Swag) and a “force to be reckoned with in Country music” (Celeb Secrets Country), Brooke recently released a self-titled album and launched “Nashville in New York”, a series of Nashville style songwriters’ rounds sponsored by Music Choice Network bringing some of country music’s top talents to the iconic Bitter End in her hometown New York City.

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Theatrical and VOD Release for Country Musical ‘A Nashville Wish’

Vision Films Sets Theatrical and VOD Release for Country Musical ‘A Nashville Wish’

With Country Favorites Lee Greenwood, T. Graham Brown and Waylon Payne

Based on the Award-winning Stage Musical ‘Ticket To Nashville’

Vision Films Sets Theatrical and VOD Release For February 2024

(Los Angeles, Calif.) – Vision Films Inc. (“Vision”) announces the theatrical run of coming-of-age and following one’s destiny story,  A Nashville Wish [IMDb], on February 2, 2024, followed by transactional VOD across the US and Canada on February 27. Executive produced by Niraj Bhatia and Dan Burks of Om Films, with Robin Capehart, Stephen Emmett Jackson, Frank Thomas Parker, and Markus Niepraschk.

During the month of February, the film will have a limited theatrical release in Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Virginia, Iowa, Utah, Arizona, and more. Visit and follow at facebook.com/anashvillewish for up-to-date information.

The full-length feature, directed by Demetrius Navarro and written by Ty DeMartino stars Maxfield Camp (The Glee Project), Kaileigh Bullard (ABC’s Nashville), Alexis Gomez (American Idol finalist), Kevin Sizemore (Woodlawn, Into The Spotlight), Kourtney Hansen (ABC’s Nashville), Ryan O’Quinn (Believe, Paul’s Promise), Kate Orsini (NCIS), Molly Malady, Fletcher Olson, Caleb Shore (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2), Candace Randolph, Erlinda Navarro (Anything is Possible), Craig Shumaker (Parks and Recreation) and features country music stars T. Graham Brown, Waylon Payne (portrayed Jerry Lee Lewis in Walk The Line), and Lee Greenwood.

Music producer, composer, and vocalist Kevin Dorsey rescored and rerecorded the film’s seven well-known classic and modern-day country songs with the cast that now includes the legendary Lee Greenwood, T. Graham Brown and Waylon Payne all updating hits “Born Country” by Alabama, Vince Gill’s “Whenever You Come Around,” Trisha Yearwood’s “She’s In Love With The Boy,” Rascal Flatts’ “My Wish,” Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” Garth Brook’s “The Dance” (Duet), and “Keeper of The Stars” by Tracy Byrd.

The film is based on the award-winning stage musical ‘Ticket to Nashville,’ a family-friendly musical featuring many of country music’s most treasured songs. Most of the original stage cast reprise their roles that won Broadway World West VA Awards’ Best Musical, Best Technical Director, Best Theatrical Director of a Musical (Demetrius Navarro), and Best Musical Director (Kevin Dorsey) in 2017.

Synopsis: A talented young country singer dating the most beautiful cheerleader in high school dreams of nothing but going to Nashville to become a music star. As the stars would have it, his music career takes off at the same time as their relationship, and he must choose between his love of music and the girl of his dreams.

Lise Romanoff, CEO and Managing Director of Vision Films says, “With an incredible soundtrack and a follow-your-dreams story, A Nashville Wish is the perfect family film with just the right amount of faith that audiences will fall in love with… and will sing along with for years to come!”

Executive Producers Stephen Emmett Jackson, Frank Thomas Parker, Robin Capehart, and Director Demetrius Navarro share, “Country music is the heartbeat of America and captures the magic of our hopes and dreams; come sing together with us and make A Nashville Wish come true!”

A Nashville Wish will be available on iTunes, Vimeo, AmazonInstant, GooglePlay, Vudu, and Vimeo, and across hundreds of U.S. cable providers, including Comcast, Spectrum, Charter, Cox, Dish, DirecTV, and more on February 27, 2024. DVD will follow at all major online retailers.

About Vision Films
Vision Films is a leading independent sales and VOD aggregator specializing in the licensing, marketing, and distribution of over 800 feature films, documentaries, and series from some of the most prolific independent film producers in the world. Led by Lise Romanoff, Managing Director/CEO of Worldwide Distribution, Vision Films releases 2 to 4 films a month across Theatrical, VOD, DVD, and television platforms. visionfilms.net

About Om Films
Niraj Bhatia and Dan Burks are co-founders of Om Films. Together, they have executive produced multiple award-winning films, including Meet the Patels, Super Dark Times, and the Grammy-nominated, PGA winner Beats, Rhymes, and Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest. om-films.com

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Long Island’s Dark Night Halloween World Seeks Employees, Vendors and Attractions

AREA’S LARGEST HAUNTED HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL TO OPEN ON LONG ISLAND, SEEKS EMPLOYEES, VENDORS, ATTRACTIONS

Long Island’s Top-Rated Halloween Attraction, Dark Night Halloween World Is Opening Its Doors To Others To Become Long Island’s Largest Halloween Event

Dark Night Halloween World, Long Island’s fastest-growing Haunted pop-up event located in Farmingville, NY at the Bald Hill Amphitheater has announced their plans to create the largest Halloween celebration on Long Island – and they’re seeking to collaborate with new creators, performers, artists, vendors, attractions and more to make it happen.

For more information on Dark Night Halloween World, Aurora Interactive LLC or the Aurora Institute, please visit www.Darkworldeg.com

Tickets for Dark Night Halloween World go on sale this summer via www.DarkNightLI.com

Dark Night Halloween World originally opened in 2021, seeking to provide Long Island with a genuine Haunted Attraction and overall Halloween event with a strong 1980’s and 1990’s theme. Since the debut of this retro themed Halloween show, the event has quickly become Long Island’s fastest growing haunted house alternative. In 2022, Buzzfeed rated Dark Night #15 on their list of America’s Top Haunts for Horror Fans to Visit and for 2023, they seek to expand and collaborate with more artists, creators, and small businesses to create a true Halloween festival.

“During the Halloween season, Long Islanders have their choice of many different Haunted Attractions and Halloween Activities – but more often than not, they can only realistically attend one per year, and it can be hard to choose which one will provide the most Fright and Fun for their dollar. We set out to create a space where they can quench their spooky thirst all in one place. As we expand from a large-scale Haunted Experience into a larger, more inclusive event, we plan to introduce a genuine Halloween festival and work with artists, vendors, attractions and more to make it happen.” Said Aidan P. Finnegan, Co-Owner and Marketing Director of Dark Night Halloween World.

Finnegan, a Kings Park native whose company Dark World Entertainment Group is responsible for producing nationally-recognized Haunted Attractions and Immersive Experiences throughout the East Coast and Midwest, partnered with local event producer Martin Arominski to create this event. Arominski has created many of Long Island’s largest Haunted Events, including the now-defunct Chamber of Horrors NY in Hauppauge, Long Island Fear Fest at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Halls of Terror in Farmingdale, and was the original owner of the popular Blood Manor in New York City. The pair have been working together since Finnegan was a teenager.

“We’re opening the doors for artists, brands, and businesses to create their own opportunities at our event, even other haunted attractions in the area can participate! If you have an attraction of your own, whether that is Axe Throwing or an Escape Room, or you want to promote and sell your wares – Dark Night Halloween World is the place to be.” said Mort Spuccenskrëm, Co-Owner of Dark Night Halloween World.

Dark Night’s “Fright Team” has added tens of thousands of dollars worth of new theme park-grade animatronics, control systems, hollywood-grade masks crafted by L.A. effects artists, custom giant Photo-Ops, and props to their event for this year, as they strive to construct Long Island’s largest Haunted Attraction in addition to the festival aspect. Dark Night’s optional scare-filled offerings will now feature more Haunted Mazes, scare actors, and ‘scare-zones’ than in previous years.

“Even as we expand the event as a whole, we haven’t lost sight of the ‘flesh and bones’ of the event, which are the Haunted Attractions,” adds Finnegan. “So not only will visitors get to experience more Haunted Mazes and Special Effects than anywhere else in the area, but if visitors want a fun Halloween experience with less emphasis on ‘super scary’ – they’ll get that too. We are excited to bring a large event to Long Island that truly offers something scary – or spooky – for everyone.”

Dark Night Halloween World is also owned and created by Montauk, NY based “Alternate Reality” ad agency Aurora Interactive LLC – the marketing & advertising division of the mysterious Aurora Institute who claim to be “a clandestine and duplicitous N.G.O” on their website.

Dark Night Halloween World Brings Artificial Intelligence to Haunted Scream Park on Long Island

Dark Night Halloween World, Long Island’s top-rated and fastest growing Halloween pop-up event located in Farmingville, NY at the Bald Hill Amphitheater has announced that their annual ‘spooktacular’ all-ages haunted experience will be designed and managed by artificial intelligence for the 2023 Halloween Season.

Dark Night Halloween World originally opened in 2021, seeking to provide Long Island with a genuine Haunted Attraction and overall Halloween Event with a strong 1980’s and 1990’s theme. Since the debut of this retro themed Halloween show, the event has quickly become Long Island’s fastest growing haunted house alternative. In 2022, Buzzfeed ranked Dark Night as #15 on their list of America’s Top Haunts for Horror Fans to Visit, and for 2023, the team behind the event are upping their game with artificial intelligence and using it to create, design and manage the entire experience.

“You can do anything with A.I now, and it will only get better from here. The negative effects of it are already being felt by the arts and entertainment communities, so instead of letting it beat us, why not use it as the tool it was intended for?” Said Aidan P. Finnegan, Co-Owner and Marketing Director of Dark Night Halloween World. He cites the current WGA strike in Hollywood and tech experts’ warnings as examples of how this technology can impact creatives in the coming years.

One of the production companies involved with the event, Dark World Entertainment Group, formed by Finnegan, his business partner Martin Arominski, and former founding member W.P. West, is responsible for producing nationally-recognized Haunted Attractions and Immersive Experiences throughout the United States and United Kingdom. Arominski himself has created many of Long Island’s largest Haunted Events, including the now-defunct Chamber of Horrors NY in Hauppauge, Long Island Fear Fest at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration, Halls of Terror in Farmingdale, and was the original owner of the popular Blood Manor in New York City.. The trio, now a pair, have been working together since Finnegan was a teenager.

“You’re not going to find anything like Dark Night Halloween World anywhere else on Long Island, and we’re striving to stay ahead of the game by using artificial intelligence. This will not only help us create our marketing and advertising, the experience and design of the event… But also to manage and operate it. Between our top-of-the-line security force, our animatronics, and our staff’s decision to be microchipped to be fully integrated into our A.I system, what could go wrong? This is going to scare the pants off Long Island and the world!” said Mort Spuccenskrëm, Co-Owner of Dark Night Halloween World. According to Spuccenskrëm, the event’s owners have enlisted the help of Artificial Intelligence firm Sekonds & Cummings to implement a new AI-reliant protocol. At first, some employees were ‘skeptical’ of the changes, but were quick to change their attitudes after learning of the benefits of AI integration.

Dark Night Halloween World is owned and created by Montauk, NY based “Alternate Reality” ad agency Aurora Interactive LLC – the marketing & advertising division of the mysterious Aurora Institute, who claim to be “a clandestine and duplicitous N.G.O” on their website.

For more information on Dark Night Halloween World, Aurora Interactive LLC or the Aurora Institute, please visit Darkworldeg.com. Tickets for Dark Night Halloween World go on sale this summer via DarkNightLI.com

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WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR “THE 56TH ANNUAL CMA AWARDS” 

Country Music’s Biggest Night™ Delivers Unforgettable Collaborations While Honoring Loretta Lynn with Multiple Tributes and Celebrating Alan Jackson’s Lifetime Achievement Award 

Luke Combs Receives the Top Honor of CMA Entertainer of the Year,  While Lainey Wilson Wins CMA New Artist of the Year 

Luke Combs Receives the Top Honor of  CMA Entertainer of the Year for a Second Consecutive Year,  While Lainey Wilson Wins CMA New Artist of the Year 

Luke Combs, Cody Johnson and Lainey Wilson Tie for the Evening’s Most Wins, Taking Home Two Awards Each 

Watch CMA Awards Performances on YouTube, and Catch the Full Show Later Tonight on Hulu 

 
NASHVILLE — “The 56th Annual CMA Awards” made its grand return to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena this evening, honoring musical legends, showcasing emerging artists, and highlighting unforgettable collaborations, all while celebrating excellence within Country Music. Hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, Country Music’s Biggest Night™ delivered extraordinary performances and heartwarming moments, shining a light on a community like no other. 

With a touching tribute to the iconic Loretta Lynn, Country Music superstars Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood opened “The 56th Annual CMA Awards,” performing a medley of Lynn’s classics that included “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” “Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind),” and “You’re Looking At Country,” before concluding with all three artists coming together to perform “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Carly Pearcelater took the stage, first speaking to how Lynn inspired and mirrored her own musical journey before being joined by Musician of the Year winner Jenee Fleenor, Sonya Isaacs, and Ricky Skaggs to perform Pearce’s original song, “Dear Miss Loretta.”  

A thunderous roar echoed throughout Bridgestone Arena the moment Country Music legend Alan Jacksonsurprised the crowd by performing his hit “Don’t Rock the Jukebox.” Dierks Bentley, Jon Pardi, Lainey Wilson and Underwood were on hand to honor the 2022 CMA Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award recipient with exceptional performances of Jackson’s greatest hits including “Remember When,” “Chattahoochee,” “Drive (For Daddy Gene),” and “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow.”  

Known for its once-in-a-lifetime collaborations, the CMA Awards also brought Brothers Osborne together with The War And Treaty for a show-stopping performance of the Rolling Stones’ “It’s Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It),” while Chris Stapleton and Patty Loveless performed a stirring rendition of “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive.” Ashley McBryde welcomed friends Brandy Clark, Caylee Hammack, Pillbox Patti, and John Osborne to the stage for a powerhouse performance of Linda Ronstadt’s classic “When Will I Be Loved,” while Kelsea Ballerini was joined by friends Kelly Clarkson and Pearce for a cheeky performance of their new song “YOU’RE DRUNK, GO HOME.” Thomas Rhett and Katy Perry came together to perform their heartfelt new single, “Where We Started,” while HARDY and Wilson performed a deeply powerful version of their collaboration “wait in the truck.” 

For a second consecutive year, Luke Combs took home Entertainer of the Year. First-time winner tonight, Wilson took home New Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year, joining Alison Krauss and Underwood as the only other artist to win both Female Vocalist and New Artist in a single year. Stapleton becomes the fifth most-winning artist in CMA Awards history with tonight’s Male Vocalist of the Year win, behind Brooks & Dunn, Vince Gill, Jackson and George Strait. Stapleton also becomes the most-winning artist in the Male Vocalist category.  

Additional artists taking the CMA Awards stage tonight included Bryan, Combs, Cody Johnson, Elle King, Marcus King, Jo Dee Messina, Cole Swindell, The Black Keys, Morgan Wallen, and Zac Brown Band. Watch the evening’s biggest performances now at YouTube. Starting later tonight, catch the full show on Hulu.   

Media can access video footage, photos and additional assets from “The 56th Annual CMA Awards” at CMApress.com.  

“The 56th Annual CMA Awards” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the Executive Producer, Alan Carter is the Director, and Jon Macks is the Head Writer.   

See below for the complete list of winners from “The 56th Annual CMA Awards.”  

ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR    

• Luke Combs  

SINGLE OF THE YEAR 
Award goes to Artist, Producer and Mix Engineer 

• “’Til You Can’t” – Cody Johnson 

• Producer: Trent Willmon 

• Mix Engineer: Jack Clarke 

ALBUM OF THE YEAR 
Award goes to Artist, Producer(s) and Mix Engineer(s)   

• Growin’ Up – Luke Combs  

• Producers: Luke Combs, Chip Matthews, Jonathan Singleton  

• Mix Engineers: Jim Cooley, Chip Matthews 

SONG OF THE YEAR 
Award goes to Songwriter(s)    

• “Buy Dirt”  

• Songwriters: Jacob Davis, Jordan Davis, Josh Jenkins and Matt Jenkins 

FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR 

• Lainey Wilson  

MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR 

• Chris Stapleton 

VOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR 

• Old Dominion  

VOCAL DUO OF THE YEAR 

• Brothers Osborne  

MUSICAL EVENT OF THE YEAR 
Award goes to Artist(s) and Producer(s)    

• “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” – Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde 

• Producers: Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne  

MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR  

• Jenee Fleenor, Fiddle  

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR  
Award goes to Artist and Director    

• “’Til You Can’t” – Cody Johnson  

• Director: Dustin Haney 

NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR  

• Lainey Wilson 

About the CMA Awards  
The first “CMA Awards Banquet and Show” was held in 1967. The following year, the CMA Awards was broadcast for the first time – making it the longest running, annual music awards program on network television. The CMA Awards have aired on ABC since 2006. ABC is the network home of the CMA Awards and CMA’s other two television properties, “CMA Fest” and “CMA Country Christmas.”    

All balloting is tabulated by the professional services organization, Deloitte.    

As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte & Touche LLP, a subsidiary of Deloitte LLP. Please see Deloitte.com/us/about for a detailed description of Deloitte’s legal structure. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting. 

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Jesse Colin Young Releases “These Dreams of You”

The legendary singer-songwriter’s version of the 1970 Van Morrison classic is available now

Tour dates on August 21 with Steve Miller Band and August 22 with Judy Collins are on sale now
August 20, 2021 (Los Angeles, CA): Legendary singer songwriter Jesse Colin Younghas released his rendition of Van Morrison’s 1970 classic “These Dreams of You” today, Friday, August 20. The brand new single can be found on all streaming and digital music platforms: https://fanlink.to/jcy-tdoy

“’These Dreams of You’ is a tongue in cheek look at relationships gone really wrong, and I couldn’t resist a good shuffle,” said Young.
Check out the brand new view HERE or below:
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In support of this release, Jesse Colin Young is set to perform tomorrow, August 21alongside Steve Miller at the Never Forget Concert at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, NY which will benefit the Tunnels to Towers Foundation. Honoring the 20th Anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the event will also feature JourneyJohn FogertyAnn Wilson, and many more. To purchase tickets or find more information, please click HERE.

Young will be performing at the Koussevitzky Music Shed at Tanglewood Music Centerin Lenox, MA on August 22 with longtime friend Judy Collins. Tickets start at $24 and can be purchased HERE.
In late 2020, Young released his 22nd solo album, Highway Troubadour, via BMG. Highway Troubadour marks the first truly solo acoustic record for Young since his debut album, 1964’s The Soul of a City Boy.

Recorded with just two AEA A440 ribbon microphones to capture warmth – one for his voice, and one for his guitar – Highway Troubadour features newly-recorded solo performances of songs from Jesse Colin Young’s entire catalog, including a revised take on the Youngbloods’ “Sugar Babe” and an intimate version of “Cast a Stone” from his critically-acclaimed 2019 release, Dreamers.

Critics are loving Highway Troubadour:

“…these reimagined songs, filled with so much warmth and love, transcend the road-weary travels of a folk troubadour to reveal the resiliency of the human spirit.”-Acoustic Guitar

“He’s singing to us with his warm vocals, his cascading fingerpicking, and we’re sure happy that Jesse Colin Young is still riding the highways as our troubadour.”-Folk Alley

“…he’s still the folkie he always was, loaded with warmth and inclusiveness well before they became the buzzwords they are now.”-Midwest Record  

“…when he was finally able to make a return to music last year with Dreamers, his first album in 13 years, his return to music made his life feel fully complete. Now, with a new project, tellingly-titled Highway Troubadour, a circle is complete as well.”-Rock and Roll Globe

For more information on Jesse Colin Young, please visit www.jessecolinyoung.com.
About Jesse Colin Young
A pioneer of American roots music for more than half a century, Jesse Colin Young has left a unique mark on the intersecting worlds of folk, blues, jazz, country, and rock & roll. As the front man of the Youngbloods, he immortalized the ideals of the Woodstock generation with “Get Together,” an international hit that called for peace and brotherhood during the turbulent 1960s. During the decades that followed, Young expanded both his audience and his artistic range, releasing a string of solo albums that mixed socially conscious lyrics with top-tier guitar skills and gorgeous vocals. An acclaimed songwriter, singer, instrumentalist, producer, label owner, podcast host, and longtime social/environmental activist, he has established a permanent place in America’s musical landscape, while continuing to make modern music that’s every bit as vital as his work during the countercultural era.