- Southbound 75 sign with Bill McDermott’s Roxy Entertainment Group. Lyric video to “Not Ready to Say I’m Sorry Yet” released.
- New single by Chester Rushing, “Don’t You Worry,” out now. Co-written with writer/producer Konrad Oldmoney.
- Otherwise’s second single, “Crossfire,” from Defy, at radio now. Co-written by Rob Endling and Curtis Martin.
- Cisco DeLuna has a co-write on The Cuckoos album, I Hate Love, out now.
- CM Talkington’s debut, produced by Cisco DeLuna is out now.
Southbound 75 Signed to REG
Clockwise (top left): Bernard Porter of PCG, Bill McDermott, Mark Lorenzo, Vance Eskesen Southbound 75 signed to REG (Roxy Entertainment Group). REG is Nashville producer, Bill McDermott's company. The alt country rockers have been working with McDermott (Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, George Strait), over the last year and resulting in the band's debut album Tales From The Black Swamp, to be released this summer. The lyric video to the band's debut single, "Not Ready to Say I'm Sorry Yet," is out now. The road to signing to [...]
Rushing and Konrad Oldmoney Collaboration Coming Soon
When he's not auditioning or shooting a project, Chester Rushing is working on his musical endeavors. Lately, it's been collaborating with writer/producer, Konrad Oldmoney, resulting in the track "Don't You Worry," which will drop May 15 on all platforms. The Rushing and Konrad Oldmoney collaboration is sounding promising.
Southbound 75 Finish Florida State Fair with a Flurry
Some of the hardest work an act does is playing to live audiences. Everything from the planning and preparation for the show (or tour) to rehearsals and then there's the now and again setback to deal with. Since the second half of last year, Southbound 75 have been slowly growing into a consistent live act. Beginning with spot dates throughout Florida, to occasional callbacks to play some venues a second time (or more), to a residency in Key Largo for a few weeks. While playing every day (and multiple times [...]
Southbound 75 to Play Florida State Fair in February
Southbound 75 will be performing at the Florida State Fair next month. To participate in the 12-day residency is a major coup for the band. Led by singer/guitarist and chief songwriter, Mark Lorenzo, SB75 will perform multiple times each day of the annual event and perform an additional set on the weekends. Southbound 75's dates next month will follow a consistent string of live dates, mostly in the south Florida area over the last four months, including a multiple-day residency in Key Largo back in September of last year. The [...]