Chuck Wimer is a United States Army veteran. After his time in the military, he settled in San Antonio, TX.
He began performing in the summer of 2019 and has been working hard to engage with his fans in south central Texas. He brings a mix of country sounds from Charley Pride, Chris LeDoux, and Garth Brooks to modern country. He even throws in some old time Rock and Roll at the live shows.
After having such a positive response during his live engagements, Chuck finally decided to literally put his money where his mouth was and enter the studio. With the help of Mack Damon at Stone Creek Sound studio and Matt Zavala, Chuck has released two EP’s and has had 5 songs go to Texas Radio. Each song has charted on the Texas Country Music Chart and Texas Internet Radio Chart. Four of the five have charted on the Texas Regional Radio Report.
In the fall of 2021 Chuck formed his band, The Chuck Wimer Band. Randy can be found on bass, Stan on drums, and Thomas is on lead.
Chuck has been married to his wife and high school sweet heart, Jaimie, since 1997. They have 3 children, Sofia, Grace and Matthew, who are all musically talented, but prefer to stay out of the spotlight.
You can listen to Chuck's songs at youtube.com/chuckwimer or on any digital streaming service. You can also find Chuck Wimer Music on Facebook and Instagram. Be sure to sign up for the mailing list to stay updated on when and where you can find Chuck's music.
J.R. Herrera is from South Texas and has 20 years of experience performing various types of music. J.R. grew up in Edinburg, Tx. where he first began developing his musical talent. After graduating and teaching middle school science in the public school system, he moved to Austin, Texas to further work on exploring his love for country music. Several years later, while still teaching and performing part-time in the local bar scene and private/corporate events, he decided to leave education and pursue his dream of being a full-time country musician. From 2014 to 2016, J.R. was a top country music performer for Carnival Cruise Lines and had the opportunity to meet and perform for thousands of country music enthusiasts from across the U.S. He has also had the pleasure of collaborating with and learning from some of the best musicians from all over the world.
The J.R. Herrera Band formed in 2017 in San Antonio, Tx. and now performs throughout Texas. They recently released their debut album "The Next Big Show" and are currently promoting their 4th single to Texas Radio entitled "I'm Just Not That Strong." Bring you boots and come out and catch a show!
A proud native of Texas, Billie Jo is a singer, songwriter, and recording artist blending traditional country vocals with honest songs. Billie Jo is well on her way of establishing herself as one of Texas country’s upcoming artists to watch. She has opened for Ray Price, Gene Watson, The Oakridge Boys, Justin Moore, Pat Green, Wade Bowen, Stoney LaRue, Roger Creager, Jerrod Niemann, Sam Riggs, Bryan White, Josh Abbott, The Band Of Heathens, The Powell Brothers and many more. Most Recently she just found out she is Top 8 for the TX Songwriter U Competition with Jack Ingram and will be performing with Jack Ingram and 7 other artists at the Saxon Pub in Austin Tx January 19-21! She has a brand new song out called “Redneckin’” that is already making its way up the charts!
Since joining the Texas music scene in 2017, Drew Moreland has steadily been making his climb to the top. Known for excellent songwriting that is both entertaining and intelligent, his diverse catalog crosses many genres including country, americana, rock, and folk to name a few. Listeners who value authenticity are sure to connect with the gritty honesty of Drew's music.
Born on January 12th, 1984 in San Antonio, TX, Drew Moreland was raised in a city with many converging cultures. Despite growing up in what is now the 7th largest city in the United States, Drew's life was grounded by his family's rural roots. From an early age, he enjoyed listening to music and playing it came naturally. Drew records his albums in the single-wide trailer where he lives in Marion, TX, and tours with his band, The Neon Hustle.
Brad Jenschke is a Texas country music singer, songwriter, guitarist and recording artist from Poteet, TX. He is on a mission to bring back true traditional country music in an era where the label “country” is slapped on anything. He is known for his cowboy image, polite and professional attitude towards fans and for grinding out guitar solos on his self-forged John Deere green guitar, known as “The Teletractor.”
The self-proclaimed “Rockstar Rancher” is a real working man who spends his days baling hay and working cattle, but suits up at night to play venues all over South Texas. He literally delivered a baby calf for a struggling cow an hour and a half before his first gig. His work ethic is reflected in his music as well: He has written, sang, and played all the guitars on every song that he has recorded.
Brad has “played for all and played for none,” with his range of venues including everything from ranch parties to rowdy dive bars to rodeo crowds and large festivals. He has opened for several big names including Roger Creager, Kevin Fowler, Parker McCollum and Granger Smith. He frequently packs the dancefloor at Tejas Rodeo Company in Bulverde, and has even been seen entertaining a wall-to-wall crowd on 6th Street in Austin!
Cherise Carver is a singer/songwriter/pianist/guitarist/producer from Rogers, Arkansas. Her styles include Country, Gospel and Adult Contemporary. She has released three albums throughout her career.
Capitol Management Group out of Nashville, TN named her a Top 10 Female Vocalist at the annual Summerfest in Orlando, FLA.
She was nominated for the Sonrise Songwriter of the Year by the Branson Gospel Music Association.
Her song, “He Loves Me” reached number 15 on Radio Active Airplay and has been featured on Sirius Satellite Radio.
In April 2022 she will release her first Red Dirt Country song, Get Back Home, which will be available on streaming sites everywhere.
Cherise and Chris Collins own Crimson Road Studio.
From an early age, Chuck had a guitar in one hand and a pen in the other, writing and performing in the small town of George West, Texas. In 2004, he formed his first band "Across the Tracks" with some buddies at Bee County College. As fortune would have it, he joined the military with his best friend Matt Murphy and began the first part of his journey as a story teller and songwriter.
In 2007, Chuck deployed to Afghanistan with the 173rd Airborne Brigade as a team leader and paratrooper to the Konar river valley. Participating in operations such as Rock Avalanche and Spitamenese, there was no time for much writing or picking guitar. towards the end of the deployment, an offer was extended to apply for West Point. Jumping at the opportunity to earn a college education, the stars aligned and in 2012 he graduated with a bachelor of science in Civil Engineering.
During his time at West Point, there was hardly time for extra curricular activities, but somehow Chuck managed to reinvigorate the band from 2004 with musicians at the academy and the spark for performing and writing was suddenly reignited in a fury. When it was all said and done, Chuck completed a total of 13 years in the military serving as a scout, paratrooper, tank platoon leader, combat engineer, and brigade operations officer.
Chuck's debut solo album release "Texas & You" released May 2018, featuring their first music video "Bar Girl" which showed some success for the band. Their sophomore album "You Should Be Mine" released December of 2019. This album featured their second music video "Stronger Than the Whiskey". as of 2021 the band released their third music video "Draw You A Map" recorded live at Sun Studio in Memphis, TN. Currently the band is working on its third studio album to be released in 2022.
Chuck is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and Norwich University with a bachelor of science and master's degree in Civil Engineering. Although he is a Texas native, he currently resides in Springfield, Missouri. In the last year, the Band has performed over 140 shows in 18 states. From South Texas to Northern Montana and many more places in between, Be on the lookout for more music and more shows to come in 2022!
Born and raised in a junkyard in Central Indiana, Mikey Goode spent the early years of his life working on the railroad to support his family. Realizing that trains weren’t his passion, he hung up his stopwatch and picked up his guitar. After the death of his father in 2018, Mikey decided that no paycheck was worth giving up what he loved to do most, which is travel the country and play country music.
Mikey released his first EP titled Junkyard Dog in 2018 in honor of losing his daddy as can be heard on One More Beer With Dad. In 2020 Mikey travelled to Texas to play a few shows and called it the Redneck Rockstar tour as he himself couldn’t believe that a redneck from the sticks of Indiana could actually have that much fun and call it work. He recorded the single, Redneck Rockstar, and promoted it in Texas while playing shows through early 2020.
Though the pandemic might have tried to slow him down, Mikey decided since he couldn’t play live music he would just record it instead. With the invaluable help of his best friend and producer Jeremy Woods of JWVIII Media, Mikey set out to create a full album of songs that were influenced by his life or the stories told to him. He couldn’t leave out his biggest influence so One More Beer With Dad was re-released on the Redneck Rockstar album, along with 11 other songs. With the help of his old friends and new friends from Nashville, Redneck Rockstar was born over the course of 2020 and released in early 2021 .
Now looking ahead to 2022, Goode is preparing for a 3 month solo tour across the US with plans to play shows from Texas to California and back home in Indiana with his band, The Junkyard Dogs. Never a dull song in his set list, Mikey guarantees a “GOODe” time in every song, every set, every show.
Nothing is more satisfying to me than to hear people say how much they relate to a particular song I’ve written or how it’s touched something deep inside.
I try to be as honest as possible when I compose a song, figuring that nothing beats the truth for evoking real emotions in the listener. If that’s “old school,” so be it!.
Pure Texas Music, live touring band that performs great original music and favorite covers across many genres and generations.