Ten Mile Creek, hailing from Claxton,GA may be fairly new to the music scene. They formed in January of 2013, however, its members have an impressive 18 years of performance experience between them. Brendon Sapp (lead guitar/vocals), formerly of Stoneheart, and David Hallman (bass), Samarie Palmer (drums/vocals), formerly of No Trespassing, and Gil Postell (keys) came together and have already began to establish themselves as a country force to be reckoned with. They debuted in front of thousands at the annual Evans County Wildlife Festival. In addition to being on rotation at several venues in southeast Georgia, Ten Mile Creek won Zaxby’s Battle of the Bands in Swainsboro in May of 2013.If that wasn’t impressive enough, the self-described “good ole boys making noise” have already spent time in the studio, too, recording their soon-to-be-released single, “Dirt Road Princess.”
One thing is for sure, for Ten Mile Creek it's not just about hitting it big. "We hope that everyone who comes out to our shows leaves satisfied with their Ten Mile Creek experience" This and their ability to connect with their fans sets Ten Mile Creek apart. It has made "Show Up and Show Out TMC Style" a catchphrase among their fans. These guys are just country boys blessed with amazing talent who genuinely love music, and want to share that love with the world.