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Two of Nashvilles newest singers, Josh Phillips and Heath Sanders, will rocking the river! Wear your pink and boots! Food trucks, beer, wine and champagne. Lawn chairs and blankets are ok to bring, or better yet your dancin boots! All ages welcome. Tickets online soon! Doors open at 6. Show at 7
Headlining the concert is Josh Phillips. He will be coming to The Valley for the first time after finishing a 2 month long trip with Brantley Gilbert on his «The Ones That Like Me» tour. Josh has been writing songs and performing songs with Brantley for a few years. Opening for Josh is another new singer to the Nashville scene named Heath Sanders. Heath was discovered on the Bobby Bones show in February of this year and has been selling out shows in the Tennessee/Arkansas area ever since.
Josh is a small-town boy who discovered music when his dream of a career in sports faded out, Josh Phillips is a country singer and songwriter whose work blends a honky tonk spirit with rock & roll swagger. Hailing from Sanford, North Carolina, Phillips grew up in a working-class household and had a talent for baseball. He was being scouted by the Atlanta Braves organization while he was in high school, but during college Phillips suffered a knee injury that ruled out a career in the big leagues. He fell into a deep depression, but music became a lifeline for him, and in 2012 he learned to play guitar. Phillips quickly discovered he had a natural talent for writing songs, and he started playing out as often as possible. It wasn't long before Phillips was touring regularly, playing club dates and festivals as well as opening for such stars as Cole Swindell, Tyler Farr, Chris Janson, and Sam Hunt. In 2015, Phillips moved from North Carolina to Nashville, Tennessee in hopes of advancing his career; the same year, he independently released a digital single, «What the Buzz Is All About,» as his following grew. In 2017, Phillips' hard work and steady touring began to pay off; in June of that year, he signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music in association with Write or Die Music, as his original songs were recorded by Luke Combs («Can I Get an Outlaw») and Warren Stone («Up in Smoke»). Three months later, in September 2017, Big Machine Records announced they had finalized a record deal with Phillips, and by the end of that month they released his five-song Lee County EP: The Acoustic Sessions. #imjoshphillips
Heath is a former Oil Field worker from Arkansas turned full time musician. His cover of Chris Stapleton’s “Either Way” went viral and caught the attention of Bobby Bones in February. He’s been selling out shows since then and has been in the studio recording his first song “Bloodline” that will be released in the next few weeks. Listed below are some articles from country music media outlets that have over 40 million followers. #heathsanders