Raleigh native, Kaylin Roberson is making a huge imprint on the country music scene. Since her first release in 2020, “Out of My Town”, which made its way to the top 10 in the NSAI Songwriter’s Contest and was featured on 94.7 QDR’s Homegrown Country show, she has accumulated over 2 million streams on Spotify and has had numerous videos featured on CMT.com. Kaylin’s musical inspiration comes from a wide variety of country artists like Faith Hill, Lady A, HARDY, and Kacey Musgraves. Recently, she has opened up for artists like Chris Janson, Jon Pardi, and Rae Lynn.
Hailing from a rural Louisiana village called Oak Ridge, singer/songwriter Graham Barham infuses his music with so many unforgettable images specific to small Southern towns. But as shown on his debut breakout EP —the Nashville-based musician has a rare gift for turning that homespun storytelling into songs epic in emotional scope showcasing his singular brand of country: soulful, straight from the heart, and steeped in lived-in detail.