The “Outpost Opry Variety Show” is a family fun field night of entertainment for all ages. Your Host Joey Garland and Raquel Ray along with the “MAJOR DOGS” house band musicians include Hall of Fame members Mike Brookshire, Bill Ferguson, and Jerry Braswell. The “Outpost Opry Variety Show” is somewhat like the famous Grand Ole Opry with a little taste of a Branson MO style show and a pinch of He-Haw on top. You will find the cousin of Mayberry’s famous rock thrower Ernest T. Bass, comedian William H. Bass making you laugh. You will find something for everyone. It’s not just country music it’s Bluegrass, Gospel and sometimes Southern Rock. Comments or questions? We want to hear from you! Call – 770-942-4363

There are many people in the show including Joey Garland, Raquel Ray, Jeanne Arnold, Peggy Carden, Judith Brewer, Sonja Gardner, William H. Bass..(More to be added)

Joey Garland-

Joey began drumming at the age of five as a member of his family’s
road show, lead by his grandfather, Atlanta Country Hall of Fame
member, Bud Mote. Along the way Joey began singing, and playing
guitar, bass, keyboard and saxophone.
After graduating from high school in his hometown, Douglasville, Ga.
he ventured to Nashville, where he had the good fortune to experience
performing with country greats, including Johnny Paycheck. He
enjoyed local success as a member of a hometown group called
Southern Touch, then became interested in the craft of songwriting,
and joined the Nashville Songwriter Association International (NSAI),
where he served as a member on the Board of Directors.
Joey has several songwriting awards to his credit, and scored his first
major recording on V-Tone Records. His song, “Two Old Cars” and “No
Girls Allowed” co-written with Chip Martin and Tim Smith, was
recorded by Glenn Kearney, “Two Old Cars” being released as the first
single in May of 2003. Joey has performed with up and coming artists
George Britt and Patrick Moore throughout the southeast, sharing the
bill with Tracy Byrd, Rush Low, Gary Allen, Phil Vassar and Lonestar.
He has also collaborated with members of Confederate Railroad in the
recording studio as well as live performances.
He started his own company, J&P Productions which includes artist
booking and recording studio services. In 2006 Joey was elected
President of the “Georgia Music Industry Association” (GMIA). He is
currently bringing national recording artists to the Georgia area in
order to raise money for up and coming Georgia artists. Recently
performing with “Doug Stone” and “Confederate Railroad”. He plans to
use all the lessons and experiences of his career to help elevate hot
new local talent up to the national and international level.

Joey joined forces with technical guru Pastor Paul Bailey. Bailey serves
the company in other capacities not only in engineering and IT but he
keeps the company in check on a spiritual level as well.
Bailey found the passion in songwriting after getting involved in the
ministry. With baileys technical and spiritual knowledge it is the final
ingredient that makes J. & P. Productions what it is. When it comes

to making something happen on a budget there is not to many things
these O’ boys caint do.

Garland recently played with John Berry for a stellar performance and
is playing drums for Nashville New comer Derik Schumacher.

who’s debut video “In Memory Of” is topping the charts on CMT.
Garland is also a recently been working as a drummer with country
music’s super star Doug Stone.

The Outpost Opry Variety Show is entering into its fourth year of production. J. & P. Productions has featured local and national talent over the course of the production. Now we are proud to announce that the “Jeff Brewer Show” along with “The Impossible Dream” will be joining the cast. Jeff Brewer is a nationally acclaimed Elvis tribute artist that will take you back to the days of the King himself. Satin Entertainment DBA J. & P. Productions has joined forces with WZOT Hometown 1220 McDougal Broadcasting to bring a bigger and better production to the citizens of Georgia and Alabama. The show is now at its new home at the Rome City Auditorium 601 Broad St. Rome, Ga. 30161 (706-236-4400) features the Jeff Brewer tribute to Elvis Show. Satin Entertainment will also be ringing national recording artist to “The Outpost Opry Variety Show” stage throughout the year as part of the variety show. Next scheduled show is June 22nd with Conway Twitty’s #1 son Michael Twitty (Remembering Conway) & Katie Deal (Tribute To Patsy).  See Ya’ll At The Show!

For tickets and info. to all shows call “770-942-4363” or visit

William H. Bass-

William H. Bass was born in the mountains of Mayberry North Carolina.
He is the cousin of the famous Earnest T. Bass the best rock thrower
in the county. William’s Ma and Pa wanted a better life for him so the
raised him in the mountains of Booger Hollow Georgia. (It didn’t work
as they planed) William gave up moon shining (The Sheriff might have
influenced the decision) and was educated in the foot hills of Georgia and
became a certified custodian at the age of thirty. William returned back
to Booger Hollow where he met a young mountain girl by the name of
Millie. William has been trying to court his sweet Millie ever since he met
her by trying to write her sweet love songs that might make a civilized girl
run the other way. You never know what William H. Bass has in store for
the Outpost Opry.

(more bios to be added)