Full band with Ashley Barron and Chad Brock.
Small town, all American boy, Jarrod Turner, releases his first single to country radio. “Love Ain’t Got No Time To Waste” is a love song with sweet intentions and dynamic vocals. The light-hearted melody and the deep words of wisdom will have you thinking about what’s important in life. Don’t waste any time: go ahead and check out this single before “life flies right on by you just like that.”
Ashley Barron embraces the independent and powerful countrywoman aura in her writing and music. Influenced by the country greats such as Johnny Cash and other modern stars like Miranda Lambert, she now incorporates her life experiences and stories into her writing, creating passionate, home-grown, and relatable music.
For Chad Brock, Nashville's four-day Fan Fair began a little early with that blowout party his label, Warner Bros., threw for him at the Wildhorse Saloon on Friday, the day after singles chart showed him at the top for the first time. When "Yes!" hit the #1 spot, it eclipsed his hit from last year, "Ordinary Life" (RealAudio excerpt), which peaked at #3.
The party on the third floor of the immense club was quiet until Brock arrived. When folks saw the stocky guy with the cowboy hat and the trademark grin walk into the room, they broke into spontaneous applause for the emerging star.
Though his Nashville career began slowly, Brock, who moved here from Ocala, Fla., in 1992, has gained prominence with his second album, which is now #28 on the Billboard Top Country albums chart after five weeks.