Lance Stinson
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  • Lumber City, GA
  • United States
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Lance is the recipient for the 2016 Country Male Artist of the Year by Georgia Music Awards.

Lance was named Artists of the Month by Georgia-Country.com for October 2014.
Lance just released his new single “Turn Off & Turn Up” which has been picked up by several reporting stations across the country.

Lance’s song “Taillights & Dust” ranked #1 on the New Country Artist Top 40 Countdown for four weeks (July-August 2014). Of the total 18 weeks it was on the Top 40 chart, it charted the Top 10 for 14 weeks. Lance had another single, “Whiskey” that climbed the New Country Artist Top 40 chart. It debuted at #30 on 9/22/14. As of 2/23/15, it was ranked #1 for 3 consecutive weeks.

Lance has had the opportunity to perform across the US, from his hometown in Lumber City, GA to Boston and San Diego. Lance has opened and shared bigger stages with Brantley Gilbert, Luke Bryant, Thomas Rhett, Colt Ford, Randy Houser, Tyler Farr, Justin Moore, Darryl Worley, Joe Diffie, Travis Tritt and Rodney Atkins among others. He recently performed at the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN in August 2016 and the infamous “Battle at Bristol” where the University of TN played Virginia Tech on September 9, 2016. This makes his 3rd year in a row performing at this track.

Lance has performed many festivals which draw 10,000+ fans. Some festivals include Bama Jam, Racks by the Tracks, Rhythm & Roots, CMA Fest and Farm Fest.
Lance describes his music as a combination of musical influences he had growing up in Southeast Georgia. His love for “Country Legends” such as Hank Williams, Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard to 80’s Rockers Def Leopard and Poison, which gave him a taste for what he calls “kick-in-the-teeth-country”. “I love a story song, something that when you hear the song, listeners can identify with the words. Whether it’s about good times, hanging with your buddies and drinking a beer or having your heart broken. My music will always reflect who I am and where I am from.”

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At 10:36am on May 7, 2017, Jimmy Stix said…

At 4:01pm on May 6, 2017, JIMMY GIBSON said…

welcome lance

 
 
 

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