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Nashville Recording artists The Springs, with their high energy Country/Southern Rock concerts, have entertained thousands of fans all over the U.S. thus far. Not only has the DUO already appeared on several magazine covers, but this multi-award winning band was one of the nominees for the New Music Awards “Country Group of the Year”, along with bands Steel Magnolia, Sugarland, and Lady Antebellum. What an honor considering these 2 young people are only 21 & 23 years old. As an unsigned DUO from Alabama, many are saying that The Springs are the “Next Big Thing” in Country Music!
Together for over six years, The Springs have had seven radio releases thus far: three charted on the main Music Row top Country chart, with two of them making it to #5 and #6 on the main New Music Weekly Country chart; this helped get their first CD into the Walmart stores. The bands first release, which Stewart wrote, spent 12 months on the CMA main Country top 100 chart in Europe. As a crossover group, five of the DUO's releases thus far have been #1’s on at least two of the three Inspirational Country charts in the U.S.
The Springs have shared the stage at Festivals and Concert Venues with the who’s who of Country music including: Shenandoah, Steve Holy, Sammy Kershaw, Earl Thomas Conley, Craig Morgan, Joe Diffie, Mel McDaniel, T. Graham Brown, T.G. Shepherd, Kid Rock, Collin Raye, Tracy Lawrence, Ricky Skaggs, Confederate Railroad, The Isaacs, Alan Jackson, Point of Grace, Billy Dean, Aaron Tippin, Ronnie McDowell, Mark Wills, Andy Griggs, Jeff Bates, Carolina Rain, Mark Chesnutt, Randy Houser, Jonathan Singleton, Jason Crabb, The Carter Twins, Sara Evans, Sarah Darling, Joey & Rory, Love And Theft, The Roys, Clay Walker, Johnny Lee, Craig Hand, Gloriana, Blackberry Smoke, Dewayne Spaw, Blackfoot, Trent Willmon, Shane Owens, Rocket Club, Chris Young, Buddy Jewell, Darryl Worley, Mercy Me, Rebel Syndicate, Thompson Square, Josh Turner, Eric Church, Lee Greenwood, Reba McEntire, Toby Keith, Florida- Georgia Line, John Michael Montgomery and many others.