K102 Presents

102.1 K102 Presents Frozen Fan Jam

Ages 18 and up
Wednesday, February 15
Doors: 5:30pm // Show: 7pm

102.1 K102 Presents Frozen Fan Jam

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Doors 5:30pm

Show 7:00pm

18+

Starring: Scotty McCreery, Hailey Whitters, Shane Profitt and Breland

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A native of Shueyville, IA, Whitters moved to Nashville in 2007 and signed with Carnival Music in 2012. Since then she has shared stages with Josh Thompson, Randy Houser, Jo Dee Messina, Casey Donahew Band, & Chris Knight. She has also garnered critical acclaim in Nashville's music community. The Nashville Scene proclaimed, "Hailey Whitters summons the space-country aesthetics that Daniel Lanois brought to Emmylou Harris’ Wrecking Ball and Willie Nelson’s Teatro in the late ’90s". In addition, Music Row critic Robert K. Oermann cited Hailey as an answer to country radio's lack of female artists with his praise--"I like her drawling delivery, the working gal lyric, the soulful backing guitar work, and the girlfriend chit-chat touches. Very, very promising. Keep your ears on this newcomer".
With the arrival of his instantly iconic, PLATINUM-certified debut single “My Truck,” singer/songwriter/producer BRELAND emerged as a bold new force on today’s music landscape. Originally from New Jersey, BRELAND moved to Atlanta after graduating from Georgetown University, kicking off his songwriting career by scoring cuts with artists like YK Osiris and Ann Marie. Soon after releasing “My Truck” in late 2019, he saw the wildly catchy hybrid of Hip-Hop and Country hit #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50, with a remix featuring Country-hitmaker Sam Hunt landing on best-of-the-year lists from leading outlets like NPR and The New York Times. The song’s breakout success also paved the way for his signing to Bad Realm Records/Atlantic Records, and led to collaborations with heavy-hitters from the Country, Pop, and Hip-Hop worlds (including Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts, Nelly, Blanco Brown, Lauren Alaina, Chase Rice, and Keith Urban). BRELAND’s early-2021 single “Cross Country” further reveals his passion for transcending boundaries and continues his mission of breaking down genre barriers and redefining the possibilities of Country music. Now at work on the follow-up to his 2020 self-titled debut EP, the Nashville-based artist made his national TV debut with “Cross Country” on The Kelly Clarkson Show, where she surprised him with a PLATINUM plaque for “My Truck”. He has also been praised by Rolling Stone as “1,000 percent the whole package,” featured on Billboard’s “Emerging Artists Spotlight,” and earned acclaim from major press outlets like Genius, Paper, and USA TODAY.