Country music has a long tradition of rebels, from Waylon to Willie. Add Corey Smith and Jade Jackson to that list. The two songwriters, who will share a bill at The Domino Room on Wednesday, have forged their own fiercely independent paths through music. Smith has been self-producing and releasing albums since 2003 (“That’s what my whole career has been: Kickstarter before Kickstarter,” he quips in his online bio). And though he shakes that up on his 10th album, 2015’s “While the Gettin’ is Good” — produced by Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band) and released on Sugar Hill Records — the album’s mix of sunny pop, twanging riffs and sharp storytelling is still a far cry from mainstream Nashville. Newcomer Jackson, meanwhile, melds earnest country writing with punk-rock energy on her debut album “Gilded,” produced by Social Distortion’s Mike Ness.

Corey Smith and Jade Jackson: 7 p.m. Wednesday; $20 plus fees; The Domino Room, 51 NW Greenwood Ave., Bend; or 541-408-4329.