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Bradley Gaskin is an American country music singer-songwriter. He signed with Columbia Nashville in 2011 and has released his debut single, "Mr. Bartender" after being discovered through a talent contest sponsored by John Rich. At the time, Gaskin had been working for his father hanging sheetrock. The song entered the Hot Country Songs charts at number 51 on the chart dated for the week ending April 2, 2011. He made his Grand Ole Opry debut on August 20th, 2011. After a corporate restructuring, Gaskin moved to Columbia Records to release his second single, "Diamonds Make Babies". On June 4, 2012, it was announced that Sony Nashville was retiring the BNA label and moving its roster to Columbia Nashville. Gaskin was dropped from the label following this move. Gaskin spent much of 2012 touring with Big & Rich, typically performing "Mr. Bartender" as well as a cover of Keith Whitley's "Don't Close Your Eyes". Gaskin had plans for releasing a version of the Keith Whitley song prior to the problems that arose with his label. Gaskin wrote a Tate Stevens "Power of a Love Song" in 2013. Bradley performed "Don't Close Your Eyes" during a Grand Ole Opry performance on October 30, 2015.
Jeffery Wayne Bates is an American country music artist. Signed to RCA Records in late 2002, Bates released his debut album Rainbow Man in May 2003. A second album, Leave the Light On, was released in 2005 on RCA. He left RCA in 2006. This album was followed by Jeff Bates in 2008 on the independent Black River Entertainment. Bates' two RCA albums accounted for seven chart singles on the Billboard country charts, of which three reached top 40: "The Love Song", "I Wanna Make You Cry" at No. 23, and "Long, Slow Kisses" at No. 17.