Erv Woolsey to Play Exit Inn in Nashville Next Monday
Erv Woolsey is a music industry icon, working with such acts as George Strait, Lee Ann Womack and Clay Walker, just to name a few. His staff is well known in several areas of the music industry, including live production, radio, and touring non stop. Recently signing the Davisson Brothers, Shawn Lacy, Tyler Reeve, Saints of Havana and their first southern rock act, Stone Senate, Erv wanted to have a showcase introducing these new members of the Erv Woolsey Company family to industry and fans alike.
Please join us at the legendary Exit Inn on Monday, April 11th at 6pm on Elliston Place in Nashville, TN.
STONE SENATE is a 5 piece contemporary Southern Rock band hailing from Nashville,Tennessee. With collective musical influences as varied as hard rock, bluegrass, funk, metal, and classic country, STONE SENATE, has often been compared to such classic acts as the Allman Brothers and a heavier Lynyrd Skynyrd with a twist. Recently the band entered the studio with producer Kenny Olson (Kid Rock, 7 Day Binge, Kenny Olson Cartel) and cranked out a bad ass record, due for release and hitting radio in the coming months.
Cuban brothers Rey and Cesar Montecristo and their Michigan born singer Aaron Shea are SAINTS OF HANAVA. The band recorded and self produced a seven song EP which garnered the attention of legendary manager Erv Woolsey, who was drawn to the uniqueness of the band's niche sound and story. Their music is a blend of traditional country, pop, rock and even spanish flamenco influences which lend their Country music a commercial and romantic quality, while maintaining the drive and excitement that fans of the genre crave.
The DAVISSON BROTHERS BAND has a unique style, fusing a blend of country, southern rock, and bluegrass to create a distinctive sound. The band recently worked with acclaimed producer Keith Stegall on their first national single Jesse James. Their remarkable sound, combined with the band's talent and energy, has gained them an incredibly loyal and rapidly growing fan base. Brothers Donnie and Chris Davisson, cousin Sammy Davisson, and life-long best friend Aaron Regester are continuing musical pursuits started by the Davisson family long ago. One can't help but hear the resounding influence of a life raised in music.<
Mixing the classic rock sounds of musicians like Bob Seger and the soulful vibes of artists like Amos Lee, SHAWN LACY has been a stand out in the Nashville music scene for the past 5 years. Lacey has opened for such acts as Merle Haggard, The Guess Who, Randy Rogers, David Allan Coe, Phil Vassar, Lee Brice, Run DMC and Pat Green among others. Lacy is now signed with the Erv Woolsey Agency and was featured on Zac Brown's Southern Ground Music and Food Festival along with acts such as Willie Nelson, John Fogerty, Kenny Rogers and the Zac Brown Band. Lacy has performed with many great artists including: Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton, Old Dominion, Chris Young, A Thousand Horses and he was recently on tour opening for Phil Vassar.