North Carolina-born, Nashville-based singer Erich Church is one of country music's most revered figures. Charting multiple hit singles through the early 2000s, Church had a number one album with 2011's Chief. The album's success brought Church an Academy of Country Music Award for Top New Solo Vocalist. Church's music draws on many of country music's favorite tropes, including drinking, love and a blue collar lifestyle.
Jason Aldean is an American country music singer that has been in the spotlight since 2005, though his musical repertoire began forming at the age of 14. His early records granted him ten singles on the Country Billboard Charts and launched his record sales to great heights. He is now one of the top country musicians in the business and has been touring extensively as a headliner.
Skillet is a Christian rock band from Memphis, Tennessee. The group's influences range from grunge to electronica to rock. Skillet is comprised of John Cooper, his wife Korey Cooper, Ben Kasica, and Jen Ledger. The band first recorded a self-titled album in 1996. The band tours and performs with major names like Seether and Papa Roach.