Cat Country 96 and 107.1 Jingle Jam 2023







DILLON CARMICHAEL | Born and raised in Burgin, Kentucky, the 6’4” troubadour first rose to fame in 2018 on the strength of his critically acclaimed Riser House debut, the Dave Cobb-produced Hell On An Angel, which prompted NPR to praise his “deep holler” and the New York Times to declare that his voice moves “with the heft and certainty of a tractor-trailer.” Dates with everyone from Lynyrd Skynyrd and Trace Adkins to Dwight Yoakam and Justin Moore followed, as did festival appearances from Faster Horses to Tortuga and Artist To Watch nods from the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone, Pandora, and more. Carmichael followed it up in 2021 with Son Of A, another neo-traditional gem that’s racked up more than 13 million streams across platforms (Carmichael’s catalog boasts more than 140 million streams collectively) and yielded similarly glowing reviews for its feel-good mix of wry humor and raw heart. READ MORE
TIGIRLILY GOLD | Sister duo Tigirlily Gold has been playing music together since they could walk, and officially formed their band in high school. Growing up, they crisscrossed the mid-west, growing a fierce fan base and selling out amphitheaters across their home-state of North Dakota. After moving to Nashville, they landed a weekly residence at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row on Nashville’s famed lower Broadway. Playing four-hour sets, three to four nights a week, the sisters developed a performance style that’s not only captivating and fun but shows just how much entertaining is in their blood. READ MORE
DREW BALDRIDGE | Baldridge’s music reflects small town life while living large on the simple things. His latest viral hit “She’s Somebody’s Daughter” has amassed over 300 million social media impressions and started a whole movement on TikTok called “The Daughter Trend”. His music catalog including songs like Rebound, Imma, and She Does has been streamed over 350 million times globally. He has shared the stage with many artists including Eric Church, Jason Aldean, and Luke Bryan to name a few. READ MORE
DALTON DOVER | Lauded by MusicRow as a “master country talent,” twenty-three-year-old Dalton Dover first started singing at church as a kid, winning his fifth-grade school talent show performing Justin Bieber’s “Baby.” In that moment Dover’s love of performing was born. By the age of 16 he had picked up a guitar and started teaching himself to play, yet it was his grandfather who turned him on to country music and artists such as Keith Whitley, Rhett Akins, Joe Diffie and Steve Wariner. Enamored with the honesty and storytelling found in country music, Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes” was the first song Dover taught himself to play on guitar. READ MORE
MARYNN TAYLOR | Named one of CMT’s “Next Women of Country” (2023), country music’s tiny new powerhouse is a reflection of her generation. “I want people to hear my story and connect it to their story,” says MaRynn Taylor, country music’s fast-rising powerhouse vocalist who is on a trajectory to connect with millions of fans. MaRynn Taylor’s upcoming flirty new single, “Make You Mine” is set for a 3/31 release. Co-written by MaRynn, Dan Wilson and GRAMMY-winner Josh Kerr, who also produced the track, “Make You Mine” is going for adds at country radio in May. Her debut EP Something I Would Do is available now. READ MORE