David Ryan Harris

You’ve either got soul or you don’t. David Ryan Harris most definitely does. The singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist has built an impressive catalog of soulful stories that instantly captivate. “Soulfulness comes from telling stories in in the most honest and direct way that you can,” he says. “People relate to what you’re saying when you sing from the heart.” That’s exactly what Harris has done throughout his three-decade career.

Whether it be in early bands such as Follow For Now, Brand New Immortals or over the course of six full-length solo albums, he tells stories that resonate. He’s carried this same spirit while producing, writing and/or performing with the likes of John Mayer, Dave Matthews, India. Arie, Cassandra Wilson and Guy Sebastian—with whom he co-wrote the RIAA platinum-certified “Battle Scars”. Most recently, it drove Harris’ album Lightyears, which boasted guest spots from John Mayer, India. Arie, and Nikka Costa.

Along the way, he received acclaim from All Music Guide, Glide Magazine, Elmore Magazine, Performer Magazine, AXS, Relix Magazine, and many others in addition to performing on Fox, CBS, and The CW in between packed tours.

Heath Deloach

Heath Deloach is one of the best singer-songwriters you’ve never heard of. His music is a simultaneous intersection of pop, country, and storyteller. Whether he’s recounting the good ole days in “This Old Hat,” or opening up about his lowest points in “Real Sh*t,” Heath tells his story bluntly and effortlessly. He’s equally at home in an intimate Songwriter’s round, or in front of a rowdy bar crowd. After spending several years writing and working the Nashville scene,  Heath has returned home where he continues to write and perform on a limited basis. When he’s not performing, you’ll find him being a Dad, husband, and Survivor superfan. You can find Heath’s self titled album wherever you stream music, as well as the singles “This Old Hat” and “Real Sh*t”. He is also credited as the cowriter on up-and-coming country artist Matt Rogers’ “Thunderbird”.