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Renee Wahl

Renée Wahl writes intelligent, literate songs from the heart. Working both on her own and with Roger Prescott (Trainwreck Ghost, the Texacala Jones Band), Wahl displays a talent for creating and inhabiting characters and moments in the fashion of Lyle Lovett and Townes Van Zandt. Combine this with a voice that finds the soft parts of your soul and insinuates itself there and it’s easy to understand why Wahl has been compared to Maria McKee (Lone Justice).

Her album Cumberland Moonshine establishes Wahl as a serious player in Nashville. It doesn’t hurt that Wahl is backed by one of the best supporting casts in Nashville. Cumberland Moonshine features performances from Bryan Owings on drums (Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Buddy And Julie Miller); guitarist Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart); Pat Bergerson (Shelby Lynne, Wynonna Judd, Lyle Lovett, Suzy Boggus) on guitar and harmonica; Fats Kaplin (Mark Knopfler, Garth Brooks, Waylon Jennings); Charles Treadway on organ (The Dynamites); GRAMMY winner Charlie Chadwick and Roger Prescott.

Daryl Wayne Dasher

D.W. Dasher is a lifelong musician and songwriter. His music is unique yet classic in style. His baritone voice delivers power and emotion heavily influenced by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson.

He is a founding member of the Nashville Rock trio Mellow Down Easy, while maintaining a solo career in the Americana/Country/Folk genre. In the spring of 2005, he was given the opportunity to work on a county album with close friends Kent Goodson (George Jones) and Patrick Boone, co-writing and recording with one of Dasher’s favorite rock vocalists Jeff Keith from the platinum selling band Tesla. He has toured extensively since 2005 in the United States and abroad.

In 2009 Dasher celebrated the release of both Mellow Down Easy’s critically acclaimed “Cosmisutra” album and his debut solo album “Long Road Now” featuring members of the late Waylon Jennings’ band.

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