As the house band, playing nightly at the famed Ebenezer's Barn and Grill dinner show, the 'Wranglers' are sure to leave you inspired with a sense of pride and history for Bryce Canyon and Country Music. Their full-length, debut album entitled A Song Like Me features many of the songs that shaped the country music genre from it's niche roots to it's current mega-commercial status. The recording took place in Nashville, TN, produced by award-winning songwriter/producer Jason Deere. The record also enlists the help of renowned studio personnel lending their talents to the project, re-creating the hits of yesteryear in a 2019 fashion. Album standouts include remakes of early genre classics such as Hank Williams' "Lovesick Blues" and Patsy Cline's "Walking After Midnight." The journey continues through the 70s and 80s with Willie Nelson's travel icon "On The Road Again" and Ronnie Milsap's chart topper "Smokey Mountain Rain" and finally rounds out the unbroken circle with versions of current genre staples by the likes of Florida Georgia Line and Dierks Bentley. Fan favorites include a rendition of southwestern flavored "El Paso" originally recorded by the legendary Marty Robbins and Honky Tonk anthem "Louisiana Saturday Night," originally recorded by the late Mel McDaniel. Through the sequential anthology of their first studio effort A Song Like Me and the lyrics of the title track, the Wranglers suggest that the true superstars in country music are not merely the ones who stand on stage performing, but in fact the SONGS that are sung by such. At the core of the project, the band pays homage to the compositions that were born on a piece of paper in Nashville, Tennessee, then in time traveled through the sound waves of a set of speakers straight into the hearts of millions of people across the globe. This unique compilation is a must-have for country music fans of all ages.