• Toby Keith

    Toby Keith

    From his first No. 1 smash "Should've Been a Cowboy" to his latest studio album 35 MPH Town, Toby Keith has been one of the most consistent self-directed hit makers of his era. Success looks like his single, "Made in America," which topped the charts as one of the fastest rising songs and "Red Solo Cup," the most remarkable and commercially successful country single in recent memory.

    At the core of Keith's unparalleled success is his songwriting, which has powered an astounding succession of hit songs. In 2015, Toby was inducted in to the Songwriters Hall Of Fame in New York City, and he has been honored by the Nashville Songwriters Association International with its Songwriter/Artist of the Decade distinction, is a three-time BMI Country Songwriter/Artist of the Year and the American Country Awards' Artist of the Decade. His albums have sold more than 40 million copies, ranking him among the top-selling all-genre artists on Billboard's Top 200 Artists of the Decade. Keith is also Billboard's No. 1 Country Artist of the Decade and No. 1 Country Songwriter of the Decade.

    Keith's most rewarding experiences come from helping sick children and their families, the OK Kids Korral, and supporting US Troops. He is a true Singer, songwriter, musician, producer, entertainer, humanitarian, Oklahoman and patriot.

  • Jimmie Allen

    Jimmie Allen

    For breakthrough country artist Jimmie Allen, a simple phrase sums up his view on life and music: Never give up. A native of Southern Delaware – the region he describes as the “slower, lower” part of the state, and locale of Mercury Lane (the namesake of his debut album) – Allen has carried that mantra with him through good times and bad.  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. But it was actually a nightmare which turned this promising singer into the artist he is today. After a series of bad breaks Allen was forced to live in his car, too proud to ask for a bail out. For months he worked multiple jobs and finally saved enough for an apartment but hit then another snag – country music wasn’t ready for him. 

    Mercury Lane, Allen’s first full-length album, delivers upon the same infectious groove that struck fans in his EP. Kicking off with dance-worthy tunes like “American Heartbreaker” and “Make Me Want To,” listeners will get an immediate helping of Jimmie’s signature playful sound. Rounded out by more introspective songs like “Wait for It” and “High Life,” as well as tracks like “Boy Gets a Truck” and “Love Me Like You Do” that allow his buttery smooth vocals to soar, Mercury Lane showcases the many sides of Jimmie Allen.