Dallas Moore

Moore takes his cues from the founding fathers of the genre – Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, David Allen Coe and George Jones – all of whom he’s shared stages with at various points during his nearly 30-year career. He also cites the influence of the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Marshall Tucker Band, artists he’s also had the pleasure of performing alongside. “There’s an honesty to them as people, and that comes through in their music,” Moore observes. “They paint real-life stories – there’s nothing artificial about what they do. And that’s all I ever tried to do, as well. Trends come and go, but people always gravitate back to something that’s authentic, and that’s where I’ve always tried to be.” “Tryin To Be A Blessing” Available Everywhere 10/4/2019

“The up-tempo, exuberant track would be right at home in any barroom in the world, featuring a chugging drum track, shuffle pattern guitar rhythm tracks and punctuated by tasteful steel guitar runs,” praised Taste of Country. “The lyrics describe the dichotomy between Moore’s pious mother and his father, who was up for a good time all the time.”
— Taste of Country

Pure Grain

 Pure Grain’s roots infused sound continues to defy genres or categorization and has earned them props with country, jamband, and classic rock fans alike. From southern fried rock to raw funk, country hooks, and bluesy soul, Pure Grain delivers high energy live performances straight from the farm fields and rolling hills of their hometown, Bright Indiana. Pure Grain’s latest release “Indiana Sun,” , is one of the bands’ most realized recordings to date, truly capturing their personalities and live vibe on CD. The disc which was recorded here at Sol Records and was produced by legendary producer Bill Halverson(Eric Clapton, Cream, CSNY,) It features 11 tracks, including the hits "Back in the Woods" and "Summer Song"

With a flawless blend of southern soul, funky Jerry Reed-style country, and old school blue collar rock, Pure Grain is the real deal.
— Adam Sheets – No Depression Magazine

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Barnyard Stompers

Barnyard Stompers are the one and only husband and wife Country duo with a sound as big as Texas. This cutting-edge group sounds like a four or five-piece band and they pull it off live with no help from fancy gadgetry such as loop machines, synths, or backing tracks.

It would be difficult, if not impossible, to find a band that better lives up to its name than the Barnyard Stompers… They manage to make a ferocious noise, one that combines gritty rock, stoic country and solid blues, all immersed in an unapologetic and insurgent attitude… What’s especially remarkable is that this band is not an entire ensemble, but rather a dynamic duo.
— Lee Zimmerman

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Craig Gerdes

Country singer, songwriter and guitarist Craig Gerdes grew up in Benson, IL. and began singing and playing guitar as a child. By 11 he had written his first song and was fronting his dad’s band playing packed shows all over Central Illinois. Craig's unique sound might best be described as old school classic country, his songwriting honest, introspective, and heartfelt. Craig tours regularly across the US and is also a part of the Last Honky Tonk Music Series. His debut Sol Records release is in production and will be released first quarter 2018. 

“Craig Gerdes embraces the very essence of classic country music. Painting a picture you can see in your mind, while instilling a level of honesty and sincerity that locks you into every single detail of the song.
— Sol Records