Shotgun Shane's Take Over Tour, Around the Bonfire, Big Murph, with Special Guests - Sabin Sharpe Band

The Swamp Fox Entertainment Complex Presents:

Shotgun Shane's Take Over Tour

Around the Bonfire

Big Murph

with Special Guests - Sabin Sharpe Band

Sat · September 16, 2017

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 11:59 pm)

$15.00 - $35.00

This is an all ages show, but please be advised of explicit lyrics and adult content.  

Shotgun Shane's Take Over Tour
Shotgun Shane's Take Over Tour
Shotgun Shane is from a small town, known as Morristown, Tennessee. He was born on November 29, 1991. He grew up as an aspiring athlete, playing multiple sports throughout school, such as, basketball and football. He then decided to do away with sports and put his focus towards his music. He has always been a fan of country music, and even had a great uncle by the name of “Eugene Seal” that has written for country stars like “Travis Tritt”

After reaching high school, he began hanging out with different crowds, which ultimately led him on discovering new genres, such as ‘Rap and Hip-Hop’. In early 2007, he began to write and record numerous ‘Hip-Hop’ songs, that he uploaded to various sites on the internet. He entered competitions, such as, the T-Pain contest on ‘’ and placed in the Top 10, he even won multiple times on a website named ‘’.

Making a buzz for himself, he began to do shows around the ‘East Tennessee’ area. He has opened up for the “Country-Rap’ Artist known as “Big Smo”, artist “JellyRoll”, and other known artist from the Tennessee area.

Reaching #1 for his hometown on the site, ‘’, he began to get all sorts of attention from labels, which in 2013, led him to featuring on two singles on the “Ronnie Hudson - Westcoastin’ ablum”, Those two songs were “Don’t Throw Your Life Away” featuring E-40’s cousin “B-Legit”, and “Let The Party Begin” featuring a North Carolina artist named “Canary Julz”.

After writing and recording ‘Hip-Hop’, he then discovered that wasn’t the path he wanted to take with his career. He was always thinking outside the box, and with “Country-Rap” becoming the new “In” thing, he decided to give it a whirl. He then began to write and record the more traditional ‘Country-Rap’ music. He said, “I believe it suites me as a whole, and let’s me reach the fans in a whole new aspect,” and “Since times are evolving, so shall I, I like to have a fresh new sound for the fans.”

As he was writing and recording and adjusting to the new genre ‘Country-Rap’ he was then approached by “DM Nashville”, “Mark Watson, and David Watson’s newly developed record label. He then recorded a demo for them and they seemed to love it. That struck a newly developed relationship between the three, that later on led to him signing to their label, “DM Nashville,” in early February 2015.

Currently, Dilan and the Watson brothers are developing an album in which is arranged of the new “Country-Rap” sound that the people seem to love, but with a whole, brand new twist to it.
Around the Bonfire
Around the Bonfire
Comprising two of Floridas finest musicians and interpreters of songs and tunes, each member of this group is an acknowledged virtuoso in their own right. Kenneth Taursiano & Kyle Foster have come together for the joy of playing and exploring the possibilities of music together, after appearing together on stages in various combinations and thoroughly enjoying it! The inception of Around The Bonfire "ATB" is an American musical group which performs country rap "Hick Hop" a style of outlaw country music.
Kenneth Taursiano is an extraordinary musician. A master of the diatonic bass. He is a superb writer of thrilling tunes, a highly in-demand band member as well as a solo performer. His list of recording credits and sessions reads, Engineer and producer of “ATB” and many others at his Largo based recording studio “The Boom Boom Room”
Kyle Foster is a powerful musician, singer and songwriter who has worked with multitude of talent in his short time in the industry. An inspiration for the genre of music was set, and a love for the style of music was adopted and treated as my own.
Around The Bonfire has worked with such artists as Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, Jt Money. Has toured with Afroman, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Mike Jones, Mims, POD, Bubba Sparxx, Demun Jones just to name a few.
Big Murph
Big Murph
Murph blends punchy bars w/ soulful melodies to create a unique sound. Fam & your word are most important. Party hard! Grind harder! Keep it Redneck!
with Special Guests - Sabin Sharpe Band
with Special Guests - Sabin Sharpe Band
Sabin Sharpe grew up hunting and fishing with his father and family in Swansea, SC. Sabin was a well-known athlete, who played on the 12U state championship team from Lexington SC and continued to excel all the way through high school as a recruited pitcher. After finishing high school Sabin joined the U.S. Army and that is where he really began singing and writing songs with his friends and fellow soldiers during their down time. When Sabin got out of the Army he started trying to support his family by landscaping on the side.
Sabin’s grandma saw musical talent in him and nurtured him along, getting him whatever he needed to teach himself to sing, this consisted of using a Karaoke machine, CD’s and a small PA. Practicing everyday people began to notice. However, he never was interested in singing in front of folks but his grandma wanted him to sing in church, so he learned and did eventually do so.
In 2011 Sabin’s dad entered him in the Texaco Showdown singing contest in Orangeburg on a whim, Sabin won the semifinals and came in second in the finals the first time he ever sang on stage. The director of the event pulled his father to the side and told him that he had been in the radio business for close to 30 years and that Sabin had something special. He said that he had the voice, the look and was the right age to do great things. He advised them that Sabin was just green on stage and needed to get a band and become more seasoned. Afterwards, Sabin told his dad that he loved being on stage and wanted to see how far he could go in the music business. So they made a pack to work together and started figuring out how to build a band. In late 2012 they had a band together and they called it the Sabin Sharpe Band.
The Columbia based band hit the stage running in January of 2013 when they played their first show. Powered by the raspy vocals of Sabin, they were on fire playing in your face type of country music that their fans loved. Sabin and his band played over 70 show’s their first year out and never looked back.
Sabin has been a big hit since stepping onto the stage. He played just about anywhere he could from small to large venues all over. Also, Sabin and the Sabin Sharpe Band opened for acts such as; Wayland, Gannon Adams and rock band legend Jackyl in 2013. They have opened for the up and coming country band Outshyne, David Lee Murphy, Lenny Cooper, America’s got Talent’s finalist Benton Blount and Curb Recording Artist Dylan Scott to name a few.
Sabin and his band have played some of the larger venues in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia. They have played California, NASCAR’s Darlington Raceway, Wild Wings Café. The Tin Roof, Jillian’s, The Country Club Dance Hall & Saloon, Crazy Bulls, Johnny and Junes and The Mint. Sabin has played acoustically at The World Famous Tootsies, Bootlegger Inn, Swinging Door Saloon, The Boot Barn and the upper deck @ George Jones Museum. Sabin and the band played to over 10,000 festival goers in Nashville, Tennessee at October Fest in 2015.
In 2013 Sabin and his band completed his first 3 song Demo including “Shake What Your Momma Gave Ya”, “The Ballard of Bobby Baine”, and “Just Like the Rest”. Sabin also recorded a remix of “Shake What Your Momma Gave Ya” in Nashville. Sabin finished his first EP in of March 2016 called Start a Fire featuring the title song “Start a Fire”. All the songs on the EP were written or co-written by Sabin, in 2015 “Country Girl Can Survive” was submitted to the Grammys as well. Sabin has been featured in Up and Coming Country, “Muddy Beatz Magazine” and “The Iceman’s: Best Country Radio”. He was also featured in other articles as an up and coming new modern country artist. Sabin received the Founders Award in November
Venue Information:
Swamp Fox Entertainment Complex
1548 US-501
Marion, SC, 29571