Sammy Sadler and Ken Mellons kicked off their national Takin’ The Country Back Tour in March 2015 at Nashville’s storied Station Inn. Broadcast globally via 650AM - WSM, the show’s “true Country” format was immediately embraced by fans. The two entertainers have since brought crowds (ranging from 300 to 8000) at every show to their feet and now, they’re adding Country singer Jeff Carson to the lineup to bring even more “Real” Country music to fans across the U.S.

Takin’ The Country Back

Audio Promo

Ken Mellons

Ken Mellons

Born in Kingsport, Tennessee and now living in Nashville, the original “Jukebox Junkie” has been crafting top charting hits since the 90’s for himself and the likes of George Jones, Dierks Bentley, George Strait, Hank Williams Jr, and Mark Chesnutt.  Ken will bring these classics to the tour, highlighting his 20th anniversary Jukebox Junkie project and introduce fans to some new music as well.

Smash Hit “Jukebox Junkie”

Six Major Label Single Releases

ASCAP “Million Airplay” Award

Recorded with George Jones & Vince Gill


Sammy Sadler

Sammy Sadler

Born in Memphis, Tennessee and now living in Texas, Sadler has been recording music since 1989 and is preparing to embark on a nationwide tour.  Sammy will promote his past and current music, launch his upcoming album and promote his soon to be released autobiography.

Nominated Top Independent Male Vocalist

Three #1 Independent Singles

Four Top 15 Records on the Texas Music Chart

3 Billboard Country Singles

Recorded with John Anderson and Steve Wariner


Jeff Carson

Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and now living in Tennessee,  Carson whom fans will remember for his hit single “Not On Your Love” which shot to #1 in the mid-90’s and was followed by the Top 10 hit, “The Car.”  Jeff who left the music business  in 2009 to become a police officer, comes out of his musical retirement to re-connect with his pals Sammy and Ken – and with his fans.

14 Billboard Top Country Chart Singles

#1 Billboard Top Country Chart Single

Academy of Country Music's "Top Country Video" of 1996, "The Car"