From the barbeque of Guy Fieri to the Honkytonk Dance Hall, to the Whiskey Bar, that's what you'll see on the Stagecoach 2018.
Vickie Connor [The Desert Sun]

Seth Ennis from Alabama sang his Signature song Indio on Stagecoach's SiriusXM Spotlight Stage on Saturday

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"It still felt like a dream," he sang. I've been hunting since the day I played my father's string for the first time.

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April 28, 2018; Indio, CA; Brothers Osborne Performs at the Stagecoach Country Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club Compulsory Credit: Richard Lui / The Desert Sun Over USA TODAY NETWORK (Photo: Richard Lui, The Sun-US Desert Network)

Ennis, who grew up in Valdosta, Georgia, moved to Nashville at 18 years old in 2013, and was signed to Arista Nashville in 2016 , was one of more than a dozen stagecoach performers with Nashville Mi This is an epilogue in which they end up on the Spotlight or Mane Stage in Indio.

Joshua Hedley of Florida also has it in his autobiographical song "Mr. Jukebox," he said, he moved to Nashville and played for 13 years before signing a record deal.

Saturday saw more stories of singer-songwriters emigrating to Nashville from various small cities in America to Stagecoach. They have names like Adam Doleac, from Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Carly Pearce, of Taylor Mill, Kentucky; and Jordan Walker from Texas and Johnny McGuire from Kansas City, who became Duo Walker McGuire after meeting at an authoring round in Nashville.

The Stagecoach saw its first peak on Friday with a Country Country Celebration from the Florida Georgia Line, one Duo, who is literally from Florida and Georgia and moved to Nashville to work as a cover band, they produced more Nashville artists who appeared on the stages of Spotlight and Mane in the hours before 10:15 pm

Keith Urban , a native New Zealander who moved from Australia to Nashville in the country down under successes in the early 1990s, made sure that another highlight will be celebrated on late Saturday in Nashville


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