Artists

Josh Weathers

JOSH WEATHERS is a Fort Worth-based soulful singer-songwriter. He has spent the last 15 years honing his craft of combining songs of hope with a high energy rock n' soul live show. Since a video of him singing "I Will Always Love You," the classic Dolly Parton hit, went viral a few years ago, it has expanded Josh's reach to a national and global level. Many people have compared him to the likes of John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen or even Stevie Wonder, but his die-hard fanbase has found something incredibly unique about his ability to connect with an audience. In late 2015, Josh and his wife Kady founded a non-profit organization called Love Like You Mean It Intl. after a life changing trip to India. Since the foundation began, Josh has chosen to use his platform to bring awareness to their efforts overseas. If you ever have the chance to witness a live performance... do it. You'll be a part of something special.

Zac Wilkerson

ZAC WILKERSON delivers powerful, soulful vocals and a driving guitar style combined with poignant songwriting to deliver a new take on Americana, soul, country and rock. Wilkerson cut his musical teeth in a country church where he started singing at age four. At a young age, he discovered his parents' country, soul, Motown, rock and folk records, creating a musical foundation with as much variety as passion. By age 12, he played several instruments, including piano and guitar, which led to songwriting that same year. The musical voice that has evolved since is a fresh take on rock, soul, country and Americana evoking Aretha Franklin, Bill Withers, Bonnie Raitt and Levon Helm. Wilkerson stumbled into a career in music after being tricked into entering, and eventually winning, The Blue Light Live Singer Songwriter contest in 2011. The prize was a solo acoustic set at the 2012 Larry Joe Taylor's Texas Music Festival in Stephenville. He has since etched out a strong following across the Texas music scene and beyond, with his work appearing in nationally syndicated and regional radio, and local and prime-time network TV.