Iron Horse Country Music Festival Weekend 1 - October 24th - Bradley Ranch Winery - Elk Grove CA
2020 Lineup - Bradley Ranch Winery
David Nail’s candor cuts like a laser through star-making propriety, a ritual of predictable answers to predictable questions, recited by artists averse to the controversy that truth can bring.
True, he is respected up and down and beyond Music Row. He’s written or co-written multiple hits. Critics laud his singing too: The late, revered Chuck Dauphin, for one, marveled at Nail’s ability to turn an “ordinary lyric and arrangement” into a “tour de force,” adding, “simply put… he is not one of us.”
So he’s got rock-solid credentials. And he earned them despite a refusal to present himself in a false light. His songs pull no punches in evoking the demons with which he has wrestled through much of his life. As Nail explains, it’s not so much an act of courage to write about depression and its effects. Rather, it is simply who he is; he says, in conversation and through music, what he must say.
In Nail’s own words, “My philosophy has always been, I just hope to have a good enough year that I can have a next year while staying as true to myself as I possibly can.”
Love & Theft
Love And Theft — Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson — launched with the No. 1 country smash
“Angel Eyes” and top 10 hit “Runaway.” The longtime friends and bandmates have gone on to garner
more than 3 billion radio impressions, over 300 million plays on Pandora, and are nearing 3 million music
video streams for the critically acclaimed “Whiskey On My Breath,” an epic ballad that “returns Love And
Theft to the harmony-rich sound that first turned heads when they started out,” (Rolling Stone). The
ACM/CMA/CMT nominated duo has built a loyal fan base through their high-energy shows, infectious
harmonies, and signature songwriting and is poised for the next chapter in their musical journey. The pair
is currently putting the final touches on their fourth studio album, produced by legendary music icon Jim
Ed Norman, and will release on Curb Records later this year.
Join the band’s more than one million fans on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @LoveAndTheft and get
tickets to catch them on tour at loveandtheft.com
Pryor & Lee
Black River Entertainment recording artists Pryor Baird and Kaleb Lee first met in 2018 as contestants on the 14th Season of The Voice. Then solo acts, the singers were paired as roommates during the Blind Audition, and a friendship instantly bloomed.
Now teaming up as a duo, Pryor & Lee introduce themselves to the country genre with its debut single — the feel-good arena anthem “Y’allsome.” Penned by ace songwriters Rhett Akins, Marv Green and JT Harding, the boot stomping ode to country fans exemplifies Pryor & Lee’s fun side and dynamic live show.
In December 2019, the pair split the bill for a studio session to record “Blame Me,” a hard-hitting country tune that has a man owning up to his faults. Black River heard the song and quickly signed the men to a record deal in January 2020.
“You pray for times like that in your life where a door will open and it’s obvious,” Baird says.
Pryor & Lee look up to acts like Brooks & Dunn and Montgomery Gentry for their authentic lifestyle, vivid storytelling and deep-seeded country roots. Not unlike Brooks & Dunn — who also formed as a duo after pursuing solo careers — Pryor & Lee has carved out a path of its own with a distinct throwback country vibe and unmistakable talent.
“One thing I think we collectively learned is we would not trade any of the last 10 years,” Lee says. “It’s prepared me for being in a duo now. We really know who we are, and we feel like we have a good handle on the music that Pryor & Lee should put out.”
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Please Note - Tickets are charged per car, this is not per person. Example: 5 people can fit in your car, five people can enter with that car for the one ticket. You have a small sedan that can fit four, four people enter with the car for the one ticket. This is not per person.
Bradley Ranch Winery - October 24th - 5 PM - 10 PM
3:30 - Parking/Check-ins open and spots filled
4:45 - Opening ceremony/Final Check-ins
5:00 - Pryor & LEE
6:00 - 6:30 - Transition - Master Of Ceremony
6:30 - Love & Theft
8:00 - 8:30 - Transition - Master Of Ceremony
8:30 - 10:00 - David Nail