Steven Whitson is a Nashville Recording Artist and Songwriter born and raised in the small town of Trimble in West Tennessee. His mother says Steven started singing at age three in church with the hymnal turned upside down and has been singing ever since.
Steven began writing and recording his own music when he was just sixteen. Subsequent projects have resulted in a collection of eleven Independent CD's. Whitson has opened for Rascal Flatts, Craig Morgan, Marty Stuart, and Aaron Tippin; just to name a few.
Brittany Blaire is truly a standout artist. Not only is she a talented singer and songwriter, but a polished and seasoned entertainer as well. As a songwriter, Brittany moves seamlessly between emotional plains and subject matter, from lighthearted to playful lyrics to more poignant topics of loss, heartbreak, and longing. Brittany understands the importance of engaging with her audience and connecting on a relatable level. Brittany Blaire has a vocal diversity rarely found in performers.
Jim Huish grew up in Orem, Utah. At a young age, he learned to sing & play piano from his father, Al Huish, a professional piano player & music teacher. At 12 years old, Jim began studying the drums and started sitting in with the Al Huish Band as a teenager. In college, Jim studied voice and guitar at Dixie State College, earning an Associate Degree. He then served a 2-year, Japanese-speaking LDS mission to Tokyo, Japan.
SONGWRITER GERALD SMITH IS ORIGINALLY FROM STATESBORO GA AND HAS RESIDED IN NASHVILLE TN SINCE 1985. A PROLIFIC WRITER , SMITH PENNED SUCH NUMBER ONE HITS AS "WHAT PART OF NO" FOR LORRIE MORGAN AND "EVERY SECOND FOR COLLIN RAYE. HE'S ALSO WRITTEN SONGS FOR GEORGE STRAIT, GEORGE JONES , JOHNNY RODRIQUEZ , JUSTIN MCBRIDE AND MANY OTHERS
"The Life of the Singer is the Song" Born and raised in the Bible Belt, Jeremy grew as son of an Oklahoma carpenter turned preacher. His mother, a concert pianist, singer and teacher, encouraged his love of music at a very early age, traveling with his twin and younger sisters to any and all churches, senior citizen centers, nursing homes and retirement centers in Western Oklahoma to share songs and laughter.
Southern California born singer/songwriter Chris Iverson picked up a guitar at nineteen, wrote his first song three months later and continues his songwriting journey today some 700 songs down the line.
His first record, "Life Away" was written in his early twenties and released in 1985. After a six year stint (1987 - 1993) with Greg Thomson in the band, TEN SONS, Chris disappeared from the music scene while he was busy raising his two daughters and struggling through divorce.
Chris Gantry (Christopher Cedzich) was born December 29th, 1942 in Queens, New York. He began his career as a singer/songwriter at age fourteen with a recording contract for Paramount Records. He moved to Nashville in 1963. Chris has written more than 1,000 songs some of them as collaborations with Nashville's best Kris Kristofferson, Mel Tillis, Shel Silverstein, and Eddie Rabbit.
Singer-songwriter Mike Cullison is used to hearing his work defined in painterly terms; music journalists commonly pull out such metaphors when trying to describe songs. But with his new album, The Barstool Monologues, it’s almost as if he’s working in the 3D style of sculptor J. Seward Johnson Jr., who turns famous Impressionist paintings into life-sized tableaux, incorporating not only the original images, but his own fanciful imaginings of what went on beyond the canvas.
I can't ever remember our house not filled with music. My father played piano guitar harmonica. and my mom was a singer. My older brothers and sister also did music . So it was easy to follow in their footsteps.