Patrick Mead is a senior minister at a church in Franklin. He also is the guitarist and a singer for a group named Anam Cara — gaelic for “soul friend”. His style is in the acoustic folk realm, with a touch of rock.
KayLyn Pace describes herself as the girl next door. Music started early for her. Pace, now 22, was performing vocals from age 11, began guitar at 12 and wrote her first song at 14. In 2016, she charted a single on the MusicRow industry charts and has opened for Eddy Money, Darryl Worley, Diamond Rio, Crystal Bowersox, Bucky Covington and others.
840 Junction is a collection of fast-picking folk and bluegrass players and singers from Middle Tennessee.
Spring Hill Harmonix is a community choir made up of local residents. The group sings at civic events and festivals in and around Spring Hill.
Madison Nolan is 20-year-old singer-songwriter who lives in Franklin. She is an aspiring country singer and guitar player. Her bio says, "I am whole-heartedly pursuing Country music. Not the trashy country music that is constantly being worn out by the radio today, but true, authentic country music. Country music with a message and a purpose and a story."