Country Quartet behind “Fall Into Me” and “Moments” headlines night of music alongside SEMPLE. whose lead singer was on “The Voice”
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Emerson Drive: This Canadian country quartet behind hit singles “I Should Be Sleeping,” “Fall Into Me,” “Moments,” and “Who We Are” has racked up multiple awards in their 20-year career, including a Billboard Magazine award for Best New Artist, an ACM for Top New Vocal Group, and five Canadian Country Music Association awards.
SEMPLE: Born in Northern Ireland, SEMPLE lead man Keith Semple broke through in 2015 during season nine of NBC’s The Voice, when he inspired Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani to spin their chairs with his rendition of “I’ll Be There For You.”
Ghostryder Band: This country-rock quintet has sent many toes a tappin’ with its catalogue of twangy originals and renditions of hits from the likes of John Mellencamp, Tom Petty, and CCR.