YNOT Wednesday Recap: March 27th 2019
Updated: May 6, 2019
Number one hit Canadian recording artist, NBC The Voice runner up, and writers with cuts by Dierks Bentley, Kane Brown, Jason Aldean, Cole Swindell and more… YNOT had Live Oak in Nashville packed with fans!
Artists Gable Bradley, Justin Lee, and Bryce Mauldin made it clear in round one that we were set to have a talent-filled night. Kicking off the round with his James Dean/cool-guy style, Gable Bradley performed his original material, ‘One Way To LA,’ ‘Bad for Me,’ and ‘Cuz I Have To.’ Teasing us with music off his upcoming EP, Bryce Mauldin performed his latest single ‘All The Proof I Need’ and teaser song ‘Seeing Somebody Else.’ Bryce Mauldin- EP is now out for pre-order and will be releasing on all music platforms April 5th! Keeping round one down right country, Justin Lee performed his latest single ‘Last Call,’ along with other original songs including ‘Lie to Me’ and ‘Callin’ It Quits.’
Warner Music Canada’s number one hit recording Artist, Meghan Patrick, has made the move from Canada to Nashville and we had the pleasure of hosting her in round two! Meghan performed charting songs she joked were “cut by her” including ‘All the Things I Shouldn’t Say’ and ‘Prayin’ Right’ before inviting Jordan Rager, co-writer of ‘Wild as Me,’ to duet. Also in round two’s line up, Jordan performed ‘All Out of Beer’ cut by Jason Aldean in 2016, along with ‘Damn Straight’ and ‘Drunk Friends.’ To boot Jordan, Singer/Songwriter Adam Sanders also had Live Oak singing along to well-known country songs. Adam performed his first number one cut; Cole Swindell’s ‘Ain’t Worth the Whiskey,’ followed by Dustin Lynch’s ‘Hell of a Night’ and Michael Ray’s ‘Real Men Love Jesus.’ However, Adam is not only a successful hit writer, but also has a handful of his own music out there. So be sure to check out his latest single ‘Miss Me Memphis.’
There was no better way to close the night out than with this last round. 19-year-old Britton Buchanan had us feeling as if we were watching him live on NBC’s The Voice, which he was runner up on just last year! Performing a handful of songs including, ‘Changing,’ ‘You Make Me Feel’ and ‘Give it to Me’ you have never seen so many drinks down and jaws dropped in a bar! Another incredible solo act, Nick Alligood, was a part of round three as well. Showcasing incredible talent in his songs, ‘Don’t That Sound Like Us,’ ‘She’s Gone,’ ‘Drinking Left To Do’ and ‘Baby When I Get There.’ Taylor Phillips performed a notable amount of country success’, including Luke Combs hit ‘Hurricane’ and Kane Browns ‘Good as You.’ Ending the night with a bang, special guest Matt McGinn hopped on stage, allowing the crowd to indulge in even more hits, like Kane Browns ‘What If’s’ and Florida Georgia Line’s ‘Island.’