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Supports Green Practices
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Born in Texas and raised in Southeastern Oklahoma, Stoney LaRue is a country singer/songwriter with deep roots in The South. After moving to Stillwater, OK to pursue a career in music, he solidified his red dirt/texas country style by jamming with fellow artists Cody Canada and Jason Boland. As leader of The Organic Boogie Band, LaRue released the album Downtown in 2002, followed by his debut solo effort The Red Dirt Album, in 2005. He released two live album before recording and releasing his follow-up studio album Velvet, in 2011.
Amarillo, Texas born country singer Aaron Watson had aspirations of becoming a baseball player before deciding to switch gears and focus on music during junior college. He found inspiration from old gospel records and the work of outlaw country artists such as Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard. The results his career has yielded thus far, however, would fit more comfortably in the pop-country genre, with polished and catchy songs full of the kind of nostalgic and lovesick lyrics modern country fans go nuts for.
Roger Creager is a Texas country singer/songwriter and musician from Corpus Christi, Texas. He released his debut album Having Fun All Wrong, in 1998 with Dualtone Records, quickly becoming a fixture in the local music scene and earning a cult following with his live performances. Along with his band, he continues spread his distinctive, Texas style with new material.
Cody Canada & The Departed is a project from Oklahoma musician Cody Canada, former lead singer of the band Cross Canadian Ragweed. After 15 years with the Ragweed, Canada formed a new band called The Departed, an amalgamation of many former band members and touring mates of Canada's through out the years. The band's debut album, This Is Indian Land, was released in the spring of 2011 and features a selection of the band's favorite songs written by Oklahoma-based musicians.