Harlee Case, Buddy Price, Scott & Crissy and Darian & Jim will compete at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in The Rocky-Tonk Saloon & Grill's Road to Nashville competition. The winner will receive a trip for two to Nashville, a studio recording session and a review by a Nashville producer with Broken Bow Records.

Harlee Case, Buddy Price, Scott & Crissy and Darian & Jim will compete at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in The Rocky-Tonk Saloon & Grill's Road to Nashville competition. The winner will receive a trip for two to Nashville, a studio recording session and a review by a Nashville producer with Broken Bow Records.

The venue is at 333. E. Main St., Medford.

The Road to Nashville event kicked off in September with competitions held every Wednesday night. Twenty-four regional musicians competed in the event. The four finalists will play four songs each before a panel of four judges — Tina Bradley of Tina 'n' the Mix, drummer Jim Sitter, bassist Christian Warren, and Sandy Fica of Firefall and the Use Your Gift Foundation.

Finalists are husband-and-wife duo Scott and Crissy Perry of the band Sweet Town Little, guitarist and pianist Buddy Price (nee Sam Cavanaugh), vocalist Darian Banks and guitarist Jim Friend, and vocalist and guitarist Harlee Case.

The Perrys will play original country-rock. Price promises his original jazz-folk blend, which he calls "acoustic comfort music." Banks and Friend will present a contemporary country and a few suprises, and Case, her Jewel-like, acoustic folk-rock.

At the performance, one lucky person in the audience also will win a trip for two to Nashville. For more information, call 541-973-2887 or look for the event on Facebook.