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With his deep bass voice, Turner has sold more than six and a half million records, reached 4.8 billion global streams, and has become a favorite and unforgettable hitmaker on country radio. With timeless songs like “Long Black Train” and “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” Turner’s five No. 1 singles include “Your Man,” of which the official music video surpassed 100 million views. Turner released Your Man Deluxe Edition, celebrating 15 years of Turner’s iconic double Platinum-selling album, as well as the mini documentary “Josh Turner Your Man 15thAnniversary” (Mini Doc). The Double-Platinum-selling “Would You Go With Me,” featured on Your Man Deluxe Edition, experienced a viral surge across TikTok leading to a jump in streaming which landed the classic country tune on Spotify’s US Viral 50 along with Spotify Viral charts in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. The song continues to be a fan favorite, currently posting over a million streams per week and 1.5M global streams weekly. A native of South Carolina, Turner has been nominated for three GMA Dove awards and won his first GMA Dove Award in 2021 for “I Saw The Light” featuring Sonya Isaacs, off his I Serve a Savior album. Turner has received six Inspirational Country Music Awards, and has been nominated for two GRAMMY Awards, five CMA Awards, two ACM Awards, one CMT Award, and seven ACA Awards. Turner released his first Christmas album, King Size Manger, in 2021 and accompany vinyl and DVD in 2022. To support music and arts education, he created The Josh Turner Scholarship Fund For The Arts to help students pursue their studies in these fields. Turner and his wife Jennifer, whom he met as a student at Nashville’s Belmont University, have four sons. For more information, please visit www.joshturner.com
Curb Records recording artist, Mo Pitney, received a standing ovation the very first time he performed on the iconic Grand Ole Opry stage. Named an “Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone, Billboard, and The Bobby Bones Show, Pitney has amassed over 36 million streams with the release of his autobiographical debut, Behind This Guitar, and sophomore project, Ain’t Lookin’ Back. The Illinois-native leans on the influences of traditional country stalwarts like Ray Price, Buck Owens, Roger Miller, and Merle Haggard, as well as Bluegrass greats J.D. Crowe, Del McCoury, and the legendary James Taylor. His original song, “Ain’t Bad for a Good Ol’ Boy,” was featured on The Ranch (A Netflix Original Series Official Soundtrack).
Mo Pitney revisits his roots with his current bluegrass release, “Old Home Place,” featuring J.D. Crowe, Jerry Douglas, Marty Stuart, Ricky Skaggs, Jon Randall, and more. Pitney shares, “The first time I ever heard “Old Home Place” was on a J.D. Crowe and The New South album when I was a young kid. I learned that version and would play it with my dad and my brother when we were touring Bluegrass festivals growing up. When I was in the studio to record my current album, Ain’t Lookin’ Back, I started playing the song to warm up. My producer, Jim “Moose” Brown, said “Mo, let’s just play through that to get the jitters out, and don’t freak out when the band comes in,” and he recorded it. Then, my producer felt compelled to play the track for Marty Stuart, who liked it so much, he expressed interest in being part of it. That lead to a conversation with Skaggs, who also wanted to play on it. From there, we decided to recreate as much of the original version as possible, and it became a compilation of my heroes playing bluegrass and country music. We filmed the session, and that became the official music video.” The single reached #1 on both the Top 50 Singles Cross-Genre Chart and the Top 50 Bluegrass Singles Chart (Airplay Direct).
Never straying far from his bluegrass roots, PITNEY MEYER was born in the spring of 2023 with long-time friend, Johnny Meyer. This collaborative bluegrass duo was born out of The Station Inn, where Mo and Johnny have been playing a sold-out residency for the last 6 months. With Johnny Meyer on banjo and Mo Pitney on acoustic guitar, they are joined on stage by a rotating list of top tier musicians, most often including CMA Musician of the Year Jenee Fleenor (Fiddle), Nate Burie (Mandolin), and Blake Pitney (Bass). “John and I got to know each other when both of our families would travel to SPBGMA or IBMA. John came from a very large family, and, for some reason, his mom singled him out and bought him a banjo when he was young. He has never set it down since then. He was holding a banjo the first time I saw him at IBMA, and we got a jam session together. Once John and I both moved to Nashville, we started to have jam sessions on my front porch, and that turned into a residency at Station Inn, not thinking that anything would come from that.”