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Carothers on his way to country music success

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Performance > James Carothers recently scored gig at George Jones museum in Nashville

By Gina Velasquez

It has been a banner year for former Los Alamos resident James Carothers and his family.
After landing a booking agent in Nashville, Tennessee, in January, he is one step closer to becoming a bona fide country music artist.
Carrie Moore-Reed from Third Coast Talent is his agent, while his wife, Jill, has been assisting with booking venues for James.
“It’s an uphill battle for any artist,” Jill Carothers said.
James opens for bands in the Nashville area in country-themed bars and clubs. A possible gig in Washington state is in the works, but has not been finalized.
In April, he played a Battle of the Bands at The Crazy Bull in Macon, Georgia. That performance is available on YouTube. He also plays at the Bluebird Café in Nashville.
James scored a full-time gig at the start of the summer when he walked into the George Jones Museum and Entertainment Complex.
The four-story location houses a museum, bar and restaurant, and an additional rooftop terrace bar that over looks the Cumberland River and the Tennessee Titans football stadium.
The facility makes its own moonshine on the premises, as well.
James first heard of an opening through one of his current band members who thought he would be a good fit for the gig.


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