The cutting-edge sound of Jagertown brings an energy and genuineness to country music that hasn’t been heard in years. While continuously on the road performing at venues and fairs, they are also visiting radio stations in support of their chart-climbing release, Small Town Superstars, which is charting on the Billboard Indicator and MusicRow Country Breakout Charts. With musical influences ranging from classic country icons like Don Williams and Merle Haggard to pure rock and roll artists such as guitarist Randy Rhoads (Ozzy Osbourne) and Eddie Van Halen, it’s no wonder this band perfectly blends the country and rock genres while mixing the southern rock sounds they fell in love with growing up. The Utah based five-member band includes front man Preston Creed (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Liz Anderson (Fiddle/Vocals), Jesse Brooks (Bass/Vocals), Demitri Mannos (Drums), and Danny Boyd (Lead Guitar) each of whom bring a unique and valuable perspective and sound to the table. The band will be celebrating 11 years this month which has included hundreds of shows, sharing the stage with acts like Alabama, Ty Herndon, Toby Keith and Keith Urban, four studio albums under their belt, and an impressive surge of people joining the “JagerNation.” Jagertown’s high-energy show, well-crafted songs and a sound that sets them apart from the rest of the genre guarantee that the party is just getting started.