Hot Mic Artist Trending Report Vol. 143

This week we’re back in the New Year with an all new trending report. We’re celebrating 2020 with the biggest names in Country. Here are three Country Acts for your next large concert event.

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Scotty McCreery

After winning Season Ten of American Idol in 2011, McCreery made history when he became the youngest male artist of any genre, and the first country music artist ever, to have his debut album enter at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.

His current single “In Between” is currently 26 and Climbing the charts. “This Is It”  is the 4TH MOST PLAYED SONG on radio in 2019.

His album “Season’s Change” debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.

Josh Turner

Current album “Deep South” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart.

#1 Single “Hometown Girl” has amassed more that 270K in Digital Sales, 80 Million Streams and 25 Million Video Views.

Multiple Grammy, CMA, ACM, ACA and Inspirational Country Music Award Nominations.

Five #1 Singles (“Your Man”, “Would You Go With Me”, “Why Don’t We Just Dance”, “All Over Me”, “Hometown Girl”)

Turned added author to his resume with the release of his first book, “Man Stuff.”

Teddy Robb

Perfecting his craft in Rocky Mountain Ski Lodges and Nashville’s Honky Tonk’, Teddy Robb has a laid-back voice that grabs you like the Colorado winter air and wraps you up in a blanket with someone you love next to a warm fire.

A native of Akron, Ohio, Teddy grew up loving the outdoors. He fished, hiked, and played football through college in Ohio. It was during college when his passion turned to music the moment he heard George Strait’s “Troubadour.” That was that, the decision was made. He called his parents, packed his bags and hit the road. Teddy spent time in Vail playing music to support his snowboarding habit before making the final move to Nashville.