KEWADIN CASINOS, Featuring Up & Coming Stars


BOBBY CUTSHAW – MAY 10th &11th

George Jones sang, “This ‘ol world is full of singers, but only a few were chosen, to tear your heart out when they sing.” Bobby Cutshaw is certainly one of those chosen few. Blessed with a down-home tenor, Bobby delivers a lyric in every sense of the word. He performed in dinner theaters for eight years that included shows in Maggie Valley, NC, Pigeon Forge, TN. He’s since left the production show business in order to further his career as a Country artist in Nashville. Currently Bobby is playing local shows in and around Nashville as well as touring the country promoting his upcoming album, “This Time A Year Ago.”

BOBBY CUTSHAW: “Someone Else’s Money”




Matt Williams is a recipient of the Medal of Valor, Bronze Star, and Purple Heart. Joining the U.S. Army at age 18 , Williams was deployed twice to Iraq and once to Afghanistan. While patrolling with his squad in Afghanistan in 2010, an IED (improvised explosive device) detonated, killing two of his best friends, Mark Noziska and Casey Grochowiak. It also left Williams seriously injured with a broken back. After returning from his third and final deployment in 2010, Matt Williams discovered another battle waiting for him here at home. PTSD and depression loomed. Things only seemed to intensify when Matt’s father passed just three weeks after he had returned home from the Army. Matt desperately sought an outlet where he could direct his emotion, and he turned back to his roots: MUSIC. Matt has gained hundreds of thousands of fans across the world through his captivating songs that he wrote. He quickly became an internet sensation with his hits “Simple Southern Life” and “You’ll Make Her Cry.” Matt’s love of music stretches back as far as he can remember. His mother bought him a drum set at 18 months and he never looked back, learning piano by ear, singing in the choir at church, even becoming one of the top marching snare drummers in the country while in high school. Matt found a solace in music that he couldn’t find elsewhere, and it became the perfect emotional outlet. “I began writing the story of my life in the form of songs that I hope other people can relate to in many different ways. I want to tell the world about my life to show that I’m not ashamed of who I am and that no one is perfect. Music, along with God, really can save the soul, and it can influence and impact people in ways that they cannot do for themselves. Music saved my life in more ways than one and I believe that it can help others as well.”



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