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Wilmywood Country Party Jam

Sunday April 14th

Wilmywood Hall Of Fame: Mike Dekle

Mike Dekle is a singer/songwriter/entertainer from Athens, GA, with a second residence in Nashville, TN.  He’s released five albums and has had a number of songs from his own albums chart in Billboard Country Charts and Americana Charts. In 1983, Kenny Rogers released a song written by Mike Dekle, “Scarlet Fever”. The song peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Country Music charts and Dekle has had a hit every decade since.

Party Jam Nashville All-Stars

Mark Mulch, founding member of the country rock group the Mulch Brothers out of Nashville, TN. Mark has had success with his songs being used in Film, TV & Advertising as well as touring with The Mulch Brothers and opening for Bon Jovi, Eric Church and Leann Womack to name a few. 

Recently signed to Nashville-based Average Joes Entertainment, hit country duo, Trailer Choir, have already made a notable impression on country music with hits like “Rockin’ The Beer Gut,” “Rollin’ Through The Sunshine" and “Off The Hillbilly Hook,” which was featured in Toby Keith’s film, Beer For My Horses. Now, Big Vinny and Butter return to the airwaves with their long awaited high-energy single, “Ice Cold Summer,” which just shipped to radio stations nationwide. The catchy summertime jam, written by Big Vinny, Butter, Brandon Ray Tant and Skidd Mills, hit radio on April 11, 2016. Their song, “Better With A Beer,” was featured on Average Joes’ wildly popular Mud Digger 6 series. The duo’s debut album for the label is scheduled for release later this year.

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PopCulture.com proclaims “Weekend” is “reminiscent of everything that is right with country music.” Co-produced alongside Brad Winters, the track soars with Sam Hayes on lead vocals as Josh Gramling on guitar, Adam Smithwick on bass and Moises Padilla on drums round out the unique groove.


Finding inspiration from an old Eddie Rabbit album of the same name, Radio Romance was born out of sets cutting their teeth at Legend’s Corner on Lower Broadway in Nashville. Seeing RADIO ROMANCE on the wall during their performances, it was an instant sell. Their dynamic live show recently earned them the reigning Champion title of the NASH Next Challenge, further cementing their place in Music City. Radio Romance has introduced their sound to Country fans nationwide alongside some of the genre’s top acts including Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Lee Brice, Billy Currington and Luke Combs.