Robert Vincent is the winner of the AMAUK 'Album Of The Year' and 'Artist Of The Year' 2021. A favorite of BBC's Bob Harris, Robert is a regular at the major Country and Americana Festivals and reached number 1 on the iTunes Country Chart.
Laura Oakes was the winner of 'Best Female Artist' at the BCMA awards 2015 and 2016. Laura has enjoyed live dates at some of the UK’s most prestigious festivals and stages including C2C and The Long Road.
A 5 time BCMA award winner including most recently retaining 'Male Vocalist of the Year 2017' and previously 'UK Songwriter of the Year' and consecutive 'Song of the Year' honours.
Kezia Gill was awarded ‘Best Female Artist’ by the BCMA in 2019. Her album was also nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the BCMA Awards in 2019. Also, winner of ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ at the CCN Awards in 2018
2018 saw Jade release Infatuation, proceeded by single Drive, which was premiered on Chris Country Radio. The EP generated rave reviews and radio support, as well as some great Spotify playlist features. Drive has amassed over 100k streams on Spotify. Jade was also awarded ‘Best Song’ for single Boom Tick at the 2018 BCMA Awards, and picked up ‘Best Female Artist’ at the awards for the second year running.
Luke Thomas is one of the UK's leading Country guitar players winning the BCMA 'Musician Of The Year' 3 years on the run.
Ethan Allen was the first UK Country Artist to reach number 1 on CMT and achieved 3 number 1 videos, He also won CMT’s 'International Video Artist Of The Year' 1995 and 1996. Winning BCMA 'Rising Star' and 'Band Of The Year' 1996.
Gareth Nugent is a country music singer songwriter. He's been nominated as best male at the BCMA awards and currently working to release his first album.
Stuart Landon began his career in the critically acclaimed, BCMA award winning country band, Young Country. His current band 'Angels With Dirty Faces' were nominated for UK Country Group of the Year in the 2017.
Louise Rogan has toured the world and performed to over 650.000 people, singing at the Belfast Odyssey Arena, backed by the outstanding Belfast Symphony Orchestra & McGee College Choir. One of her proudest moments was performing at the Liverpool Echo Arena in 2008. Louise has also recorded with Brian May from the rock group "Queen" at London's famous "Abbey Road Studios".
Katie has managed to achieve many good things so far, picking up an LMA '13 Michael Molloy Youth Music Award sponsored by the Mayor of Liverpool in recognition for her work as the best newcomer and talent to hit Liverpool, reaching no.1 in the UK & Irish country chart, 3rd in the European Chart and hitting 100,000 within 3 days of posting her valentine video, 'Chemistry'. She also reached the final last year of The Mayor of London's 'Big Busk' competition.
UK teenage prodigy Jeorgia Rose has recently released her debut single in the shape of 'I Will Still Remember'.
In 2019 and Shaun was invited to audition for The Voice UK. He wowed the judges, got 3 turns and chose Team Tom. He exited at The Battle stage and headed straight to the studio to concentrate on his original Country Music. Shaun’s new music is now ready for release.
Mayah Herlihy is 14 years old from Lanarkshire, Her debut single has had over 10,000 streams on Spotify and reached number 1 on the Country charts.
Wayne Hadlow has worked in UK Country Music for 30 years after his father Tony Hadlow built Fort San Antone, which became the largest Honky Tonk venue in the world outside of the US. Having promoted artists such as Dr Hook, Bellamy Brothers, Ward Thomas and many more once Fort San Antone closed in 2014 Wayne launched FSA Presents, a concert promotion company who promote and manage all aspects of national tours and standalone shows across the UK within the country music genre. Wayne Hadlow is also the founder of FSA Fest, a festival of UK country music which takes place each July at Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire. Wayne is also the President of the BCMA.