Featured Artist Pat Green

A three-time Grammy nominee, Pat Green has become a cultural force across the country that has sold out venues from Nokia Theater in Time Square and House of Blues Los Angeles to the Houston Astrodome in Texas. Respected by his peers, he has co-written with artists ranging from Willie Nelson and Chris Stapleton to Jewel and Rob Thomas. Green’s explosive live shows have made him a fan favorite and a hot ticket landing tours with Willie Nelson, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban and Dave Matthews Band. Named “the Springsteen of the South West” by People, Green has sold over 2 million records and has released 10 studio albums. He has a string of 15 hits on the Billboard Country Radio Chart and twelve #1 hits on the Texas Radio Chart including his latest single “Drinkin’ Days,” which spent an impressive seven weeks at #1. He has been praised by Esquire, NPR, Rolling Stone, People, Billboard, USA Today, American Songwriter, Paste, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Austin City Limits and Late Show With David Letterman. His album “What I’m For” made its debut at #2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, which was followed by his critically acclaimed love letter to his fans “Home.”



Brad Thompson

Brad Thompson

Photo Credit: Geno Loro

Brad Thompson loves playing music. His bandmates and crew work hard to make every performance their very best. And they can’t sit still; they are always working on new material and planning the next big thing. Brad says, “We love working with people like you that have an event and a vision and are excited about seeing it come to reality. For example, I’ve traveled to Puerto Rico just so my groom friend could surprise his bride with a wedding singer at the end of their ceremony on the beach – seriously, she had no idea! We’ve learned an entire evening’s worth of music from the 1920’s for a Great Gatsby-themed birthday party. We’ve played in barns, on boats and in penthouses. We love working with cities, non-profits, schools, fundraisers, brides & grooms and companies large and small. We’re thrilled that you found us and we hope that some part of our little area of the internet here has caught your eye (or ear).” Brad was born and raised in Grand Prairie and is married to a medical illustrator.



Jolie Holliday, Sonny Burgess & Brock Stevens

When two successful Texas Country Music artists, Jolie Holliday and Sonny Burgess, find themselves coming together on the same music path, it only seems natural to join forces to become a dynamic duo named “Sonny’s Holliday”. Add love to the mix, and the result is a talented husband and wife duo ready to take on the country music world.

Sonny Burgess, a native of Cleburne, TX, grew up listening to the music of George Straight, Hank Williams, Chet Atkins, Roy Clark, and Glen Campbell. His own music reflects the sounds of these traditional country music artists.

Jolie Holliday, a native of Dallas, TX, grew up listening to Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, and Dolly Parton. Inspired and encouraged by her mother, Jolie began performing in her early teens. Jolie’s songs and CDs have reached #1 on the European charts, CMA/Indie World Country Chart, and a top 10 on the Texas Music Charts. She received the Young Talent of the Year Award at the German
CMA Awards and Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year at the CMA Indie Awards.

Brock Stevens has been honored to sing, write songs, share a stage, golf with and share many years of wonderful friendships with entertainers in the music world, including Neal McCoy, Ray Benson, Alan Jackson, John Denver, Clay Walker, Lee Brice, Kieth Whitley, Lorrie Morgan, Wade Bowen, Pat Green, Charlie Pride, Kenny Rogers, Paul Overstreet, Priscilla Presley, Tuff Hedeman, David Ball, LeAnn Rimes, Tony Booth, Sonny Burgess, Jolie Holliday.

Brock’s lastest album release, “Its Never Too Late!”, is traditional country. He says, “Without Music there is no joy; Without friendship there is no laughter; Without family there is no love and without God there is no life!”