Saturday, December 29, 2012

Dance like no one is watching you
Love as though you have never been hurt before
Sing as though no one can hear you
Live as though heaven is on earth
Play as if tomorrow is your last!
-adapted by words from Souza

Friday, December 28, 2012

Welcome To Eastman Gardens . . . where dreams do come true

Breath

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Nashville Tribute Band




PROUDLY PRESENTS NASHVILLE TRIBUTE BAND
ONE NIGHT ONLY! BBQ Dinner/Concert @ EASTMAN GARDENS 960 RIVERBANKS RD. Home of Stacey & Shayna Eastman and Lily, Gabriel,Holden,Vienna.  June 29th at 7 pm come share a special night with Dear friends Jason Deere, Du west and Nashville Tribute Band and an evening of stars! literally. You will have never felt the spirt so strong.

*Only 250 seats available "HURRY FAST" call 760 821 5798 or email leah@pulsemgmt.com. Dinner & Concert ~40.00 per person. 
No Dinner just concert ~20.00 per person. (ALL MISSIONARY'S FREE AND PROSPECT)



Success from the concert - Hundreds of Saints blessed, strengthened and uplifted in their testimonies of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Missionary Work, a young man of 17 years of age inspired to go on a mission, the two elders who attended were strengthened and uplifted that they were doing the right thing, an early morning seminary teacher inspired to continue on teaching, Shayna's sister is getting baptized she had the most amazing experience during the concert, LIVES WERE CHANGED!

Letters and Comments from some of those who attended last years wonderful event:

Wow, incredible, stupendous, indescribable...
I didn't want it to stop.
I could have listened to them all night.
So many people missed out!
Let's do it again.
Thanks again,

Janet and Jeff Elseth

Stacey and Shayna,
Just had to say thanks for an amazing evening at your incredible Eastman Gardens with you and the Nashville Tribute Band. We were all touched and forever grateful.
Love,
The Hancock Family

Shayna, I just really needed to tell you thank you for the beautiful night last night. The food was wonderful, and the night was filled with beautiful, heartfelt music from men who obviously love the Lord.
May the Lord bless you and Stacey for bringing such a testimonial building event to our community.
With Love, Laura Farmer


Ok, The Nashville Tribute Band has changed my mind about both church and country music. Every song was absolutely amazing. Their voices were insane! Have to admit, it was a lot of fun, and I'm now a fan. Thank you to the Eastman's (Howards too). I loved it!!!
Tammy Hendricks

To my Dear Sister and brother in law. The concert at your home was Awesome... it was super fun and enlightening. Extremely heartfelt and moving. The band related to everyone and the food was amazinng. It truly converted me I set a baptism dates. Thanks Jason / Due West and NTB. See u in the waters of baptism. You changed my life. ~ Hannah Jones




Opening Band Southern Oregon's Taylor Rose:


On Tour
Award-winning songwriter and Nashville record producer Jason Deere regularly invites a revolving cast of talented artists and musicians that he calls the Nashville Tribute Band ® to join him in touring the world performing the stories and songs from the albums Joseph: A Nashville Tribute To The Prophet, Trek: A Nashville Tribute To The
Pioneers and THE WORK: A Nashville Tribute To The Missionaries. Over the years Dan Truman (of the Grammy Award-winning country group Diamond Rio), Ron Saltmarsh (Emmy Award winning producer and musician), Brad Hull, Matt Lopez and Tim Gates (of the country group Due West), entertainer David Osmond, actor and recording artist Katherine Nelson, country artist Billy Dean, and pop artist Mindy Gledhill are all among those who have often joined the stage with the band. The band has done over 500 shows for audiences in the U.S., Canada, Australia and China since 2004. They have performed in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City as well as several performances in the Tabernacle on Temple Square. 


Monday, January 30, 2012

Under The Stars Summer Concert

NEW ALBLUM-
RELEASE SUMMER CONCERT!
Stacey Eastman and Jason Deere to bring BACK Under The Stars! a Summer Concert "June Fri and Sat. (tab) BBQ Dinner Concert" not to be missed!


Stacey and Shayna Eastman Bringing back to Southern Oregon Dear friends Jason Deere of Nashville Tribute Band & Country Mega Stars and Dear Dear Friends Due- West & Special Female Guest Artist. (Its a surprise, you'll have to attend to see!) Dinner Concert at the home of Stacey and Shayna "EASTMAN GARDENS" Two nights only in June WILL SELL OUT FAST!!!! SELLING TICKETS SOON!!! Contact Stacey for more info stacey@pulsemgmt.com or 760-801-2648. **

FOR ALL THOSE THAT MISSED LAST SUMMERS EVENT! NOT A DRY EYE!!!! NOT TO BE MISSED AGAIN!!!

**Jason Deere, multi award-winning songwriter and producer, has written songs for Lady Antebellum, LeAnn Rimes, Jessica Simpson, Little Big Town, The Wreckers, and Jim Brickman. He has worked closely with groups such as SHeDAISY, for whom he wrote hit singles like “Little Good-byes”, “I Will….But”, “Lucky for you (Tonight I’m Just Me)” and “Don’t Worry ’Bout a Thing.”

**Due West to their credit (Including Lady Antebellum’s “Love’s Lookin’ Goon on You,” and the rising Due West hits “The Bible and the Belt,” and “I Get that All The Time”).


RON SALTMARSH

**Guitarist, composer, producer & arranger Ron Saltmarsh has scored music for A&E’s Biography, Entertainment Tonight, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, Good Morning America and T.G.I.F. Ron’s been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards and won prestigious Addy , Telly and Clio awards.





**DAN TRUMAN

As a classical and jazz pianist in college, Dan Truman performed and toured with BYU’s Young Ambassadors. Later, Dan made his mark in the music industry as the keyboardist for Country supergroup Diamond Rio, the band behind hits like “Meet in the Middle,” “Norma Jean Riley,” “In a Week or Two,” “Love a Little Stronger,” “Walkin’ Away” and “One More Day.”

With seven Diamond Rio albums certified gold or platinum, Dan Truman brings a career’s worth of Nashville experience to the Nashville Tribute Band.

Friday, September 2, 2011

The Outdoor Concert Was A HUGE success!!

A Big Thanks To Everyone Coming!!!

It was a beautiful evening, under the stars, at the EASTMAN RANCH!

Stacey and Shayna Eastman with The Nashville Tribute Band and Due West!


The most amazing spiritually filled concert I have ever been to. Go here to their website toorder all three of their CD's if you don't already have them!

It may be the group's third in its series of tribute albums, but "The Work, a follow-up to "Joseph" and "The Trek," has the same strong sense of mission. Iin fact, it's all about missions, missionaries, their parents and families, and the people they find and teach.

Nashville songwriter and producer Jason Deere shares the music and stories behind these songs, which is an unexpected collaboration with Michael McLean. The goal of the Nashville Tribute Band members on this album is to help anyone of any faith understand the motivation and sacrifice of the missionaries they see on the streets around the world.

Read article here about this new CD

Slide Show Of The Barbecue & Performances By Taylor Rose


Lily, our daughter, and her friend did so good singing with the band. She is super talented and has such a beautiful voice!

Success from the concert - Hundreds of Saints blessed, strengthened and uplifted in their testimonies of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Missionary Work, a young 17 inspired to go on a mission, the two elders who attended were strengthened and uplifted that they were doing the right thing, an early morning seminary teacher inspired to continue on teaching, Shayna's sister is getting baptized she had the most amazing experience during the concert, LIVES WERE CHANGED!

Letters and Comments from some of those who attended this wonderful event:

Wow, incredible, stupendous, indescribable...

I didn't want it to stop.

I could have listened to them all night.

So many people missed out!

Let's do it again.

Thanks again,


Janet and Jeff Elseth


Stacey and Shayna,

Just had to say thanks for an amazing evening at your incredible Eastman Gardens with you and the Nashville Tribute Band. We were all touched and forever grateful.

Love,

The Hancock Family



Shayna, I just really needed to tell you thank you for the beautiful night last night. The food was wonderful, and the night was filled with beautiful, heartfelt music from men who obviously love the Lord.

May the Lord bless you and Stacey for bringing such a testimonial building event to our community.

With Love,
Laura Farmer



Ok, The Nashville Tribute Band has changed my mind about both church and country music. Every song was absolutely amazing. Their voices were insane! Have to admit, it was a lot of fun, and I'm now a fan. Thank you to the Eastman's (Howards too). I loved it!!!

Tammy Hendricks


To my Dear Sister and brother in law. The concert at your home was Awesome... it was super fun and enlightening. Extremely heartfelt and moving. The band related to everyone and the food was amazinng. It truly converted me I set a baptism dates. Thanks Jason / Due West and NTB. See u in the waters of baptism. You changed my life. ~ Hannah Jones



Thursday, August 4, 2011

Grants Pass press release on Nashville Tribute Band concert

Contact:

Jan Hemming

JKH Associates

801.582.2799

jkhassociates@burgoyne.com

Nashville Tribute Band will perform an evening dinner-concert under the stars at the 13-acre Eastman Gardens and Ranch in Grants Pass, Oregon; On Western tour of U.S., Nashville Tribute Band will premier a new CD

Grants Pass, Oregon (July 29, 2011) One of Nashville’s hottest bands, whose lead singer has written songs for the biggest country stars in the nation –including one that went platinum – will perform August 12 under the stars at the 13-acre Eastman Gardens and Ranch in Grants Pass.

The dinner and concert start at 7 p.m. and tickets are $40. Tickets can be secured by emailing Stacey Eastman, owner of Eastman Gardens, at Stacey@pulsemgmt.com or calling 760-801-2648. Eastman Gardens is located at 960 Riverbanks Road, just outside of Grants Pass. The ranch is nestled among the pine and oak forests of Mt. Sloan with scenic views of the Syskiyou Mountain Range.

The Nashville Tribute Band, produced by R Legacy Entertainment, will premier their new CD The Work: A Nashville Tribute to the Missionaries, as well as songs from two previous albums honoring the heritage and history of the LDS Church. The music is distinctively country rock and pop mingled with storytelling that creates an imaginative and original sound.

Lead singer and songwriter Jason Deere has made a career out of writing hit songs and developing hit artists. His song, Love’s Lookin’ Good on You, written for Lady Antebellum, went platinum. He’s also penned memorable tunes for Little Big Town, Leann Rimes, Jessica Simpson, Jim Brickman, SHeDAISY, Be Be Winans, Natalie Grant, Point of Grace, Wanessa Camargo, Leonardo, Luiza Possi, The Wreckers, James Wesley, Stealing Angels and Due West, and has a lengthy list of film and television credits.

Deere assembled an all-star cast of musicians to create NTB including Dan Truman, Grammy-nominated piano player for Diamond Rio; Emmy-nominated guitarist/composer Ron Saltmarsh; Katherine Nelson, known for her starring role as Emma in the film Emma Smith: My Story, as well as the hot country trio Due West.

Of his latest CD, Deere said “I want the world to know what a culture of sending missionaries out into the world, two by two, means to us as a people. Most of these missionaries are 19-20 years old. They are forgetting themselves, learning to love other people and devoting their daily lives to prayer and scripture study. It is a remarkable time in a young person’s life and I felt compelled to write about it.”

About R Legacy Entertainment

R Legacy Entertainment, located in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a broad-based music company with a recording label, an online radio station, a music download web site, and an educational component called Legacy Music Alliance, featuring workshops with high profile world-class recording artists through Soundcheckseries.com as well as scholarships, educational and resource assistance for aspiring Utah musicians and school children through the organization moNET. Founded by Salt Lake entrepreneur Gaylen Rust in 2008, R Legacy Entertainment was created to boost the careers of emerging musicians through a variety of musical outlets from concert appearances and CD sales to radio plays and downloads. Currently, R Legacy Entertainment has three artists under contract and has marketed the Especially for Youth CD and many others since 2008. The mission of R Legacy Entertainment is to bring positive, values-based music to the listening public and become a hub for artists and music listeners who want to enjoy and celebrate this brand of music.

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LDS band's album gives different take on missionary work

LDS band's album gives different take on missionary work


Mormon Life says: The man who started the band has written songs for Lady Antebellum and SHeDAISY.

Photo from Deseret News.

Jason Deere wants others to know what being a missionary means.

He wants them to know the deep meaning of the work missionaries do. He wants them to know why members send sons and daughters out into the world by the thousands. And he wants them to "understand that there's a mom who gets down on her knees for one of those missionaries every night."

Deere is an accomplished musician, but also a returned Mormon missionary himself. It was during his mission to Las Vegas that he walked out to the porch with his guitar one night and wrote a song about the Prophet Joseph Smith Jr.

Read the rest of this story at deseretnews.com

Inside Mormon Music: Jason Deere spreads light through a Nashville tribute

Jason Deere has had phenomenal success in the music world as a songwriter, producer and publisher. I could brag about his cuts with Jessica Simpson, LeAnn Rimes, Lady Antebellum, The Wreckers and more, but you can read those credits on his bio.

I want to focus on the story that unfolded the two Nashville Tribute albums and the new album coming out this fall. "Joseph: A Nashville Tribute to the Prophet" and "Trek: A Nashville Tribute to the Pioneers" have strengthened many testimonies, including my own. They have brought the Restoration of the gospel and the pioneer journey to life.

In 2003, Deere was teaching early morning seminary. They were studying the Old Testament that year.

"For whatever reason … I couldn't think about anything else besides the Restoration of the church," he said.

Read the rest of this story at MormonTimes.com

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Stacey and Shayna Eastman are holding a once in a life time Dinner Concert.


Stacey Eastman & Jason Deere - unite under the Stars for a once in a life time EVENT!

Eastman Gardens is proud to announce Taylor Rose to preform before Nashville Tribute



Also performing
Stacey Eastman and Shayna Eastman are holding a once in a life time event with Dear friend Jason Deere award winning writer and producer of some of musics greatest stars.
One Night Only
Aug 12th 7pm
in Southern Oregon!
Under The Stars With The Stars. Country's HOTTEST NEW GROUPS!

Due West and Nashville Tribute Band. Starring Mega Producer Jason Deere. 250 guest only THE MOST AMAZING BBQ dinner by TIM's BBQ $40.00 per person.
Your spirit will be touched guaranteed!

Aug 12th at 7pm Eastman Gardens home of Stacey and Shayna.

(TICKETS WILL SALE OUT FAST)

Our sincere prayer and desire's for your heart to be touched like never before with these amazing artists.

PLEASE SEE LINKS AND VIDEOS ABOVE AND BELOW FOR MORE INFO: Please send to everyone you know.
Call or email to Hold your tickets now!!!
760-801-2648

This special event is not to make money, but to share the music and the spirit. With those that attend, our aim is to simply cover the costs.

Thank you Stacey and Shayna Eastman - Eastman Gardens



Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Client Testimonials

My husband and I can't thank you and everyone at Eastman Garden 's enough!

We had an amazing time having dinner at your property. It is absolutely gorgeous. I don't even know how to go about thanking you.

The tent that was put up for us made the evening. Even though there was rain, it was so pretty to see it falling on the pond, and really nice that it was not falling on us. It definately saved the evening!

I wasn't sure if I should have called you when we were leaving or not. We had talked about breaking the tent down also, but thought maybe they would prefer to do it, just to be sure nothing happens to it.

Again, my husband was very surprised and we are so thankful. We will be sure to share our great experience with all our friends and refer whoever we can think of to you.

God Bless,
Stephanie and Justin Miller

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Starry Night At Eastman Gardens








All photos shot by wedding photographer visualizephoto.com