- Ian Christian is a multi-instrumentalist songwriter/producer from Jacksonville, FL.
- He grew up touring the East Coast, leading several bands, till his love for music led him to Los Angeles, CA and eventually Nashville, TN.
- After being introduced to country music songs from Florida Georgia Line and Sam Hunt, that style of song writing came more naturally than he expected. He started seeing the southern rock roots from his past connecting with the story telling elements of country music.
- His first write in Nashville was with Lauren Alaina and Liz Rose.
- He was a participant in NSAI’s publisher luncheon and the ASCAP GPS program.
- Living in East Nashville (Home Without A Coast), the Floridian rocker-turned-producer is making a name for himself with compelling songs and production, and an easy-going artist-friendly attitude with attention to lyrics and the song as a whole.
- Christian’s cuts include Temecula Road’s “Maybe Not,” Kalie Shorr’s “Too Much To Say,” and Stephen Carey’s song “Summer Cool,” which has over 4 million streams.
Rachel is a native of Southern California
Moved to Nashville at the age of 16 to pursue career as a solo artist
Founding member of award winning country group, Gloriana
As a member of Gloriana, Rachel performed at The White House for President Barack Obama and toured with the likes of Taylor Swift, Zac Brown Band, Sheryl Crow, Rascal Flatts and Alan Jackson, among others.Awards• AMA: Breakthrough Artist of the Year• ACM: Top New Vocal Group• CMT: Best New Artist
- ACC Award nominated singer/songwriter.
- As a solo artist he toured with Tim McGraw & Faith Hill.
- As a songwriter he is credited for the #1 country hit and SESAC Song of the Year “Drink To That All Night,” recorded by Jerrod Niemann.
- He has also had songs recorded by Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Thomas Rhett, Lee Brice and many more.
- Lance has also made several guest appearances as a background vocalist on various major label records. One of his personal career highlights was singing background vocals on “A Horse Called Music,” featuring Merle Haggard on Willie Nelson’s “Heroes” album.
- You might also remember Lance from the hit cable television series Nashville Star.
- Originally from the great state of New Jersey, Dylan has been writing songs and performing in Nashville for over 23 years.
- He’s had #1 songs for Tim McGraw (“Watch The Wind Blow By”), Jake Owen (“Barefoot Blue Jean Night”) and Jason Aldean (“Take A Little Ride”).
- Other notable cuts include artists like Trace Adkins, Joe Nichols, Chase Bryant, Eli Young Band and others.
Grammy award-winning songwriter
Gordie’s hits include Carrie Underwood’s “Jesus, Take The Wheel,” Hunter Hayes’ “Storm Warning,” and Eric Paslay’s “Song About A Girl.”
Gordie has written songs for Keith Urban, Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Florida Georgia Line, and Rascal Flatts as well as many other country performers.
In 2010, Gordie started The Gordie Sampson Songcamp to give young songwriters the opportunity to develop their songwriting skills, build relationships with their peers, and promote learning in pursuit of artistic excellence.
- Gordie has received honorary degrees from Cape Breton University and St. Francis Xavier University
- Originally from Roanoke, VA.
- Tommy has 7 #1 Songs including “She’s My Kind Of Rain” Tim McGraw, “Wrong Again” Martina McBride, “What I Really Meant To Say” Cyndi Thompson, “If You See Him/If You See Her” Reba/Brooks and Dunn, “A Man This Lonely” Brooks And Dunn, “And Still” Reba, and most recently “My Eyes” Blake Shelton feat. Gwen Sebastian.
- Other Top Ten radio singles: “Bleed Red” Ronnie Dunn, “Life Ain’t Always Beautiful” Gary Allan, “Let’s Be Us Again” Lonestar, among others.
- #1 in the UK with Pixie Lott for “All About Tonight”.
- Tommy has had songs performed by Taylor Swift, two songs on the 7x platinum album Take Me Home by One Direction, Celine Dion, The Pussycat Dolls, Rascal Flatts, Delta Goodrem, Christina Aguilera, Rascal Flatts, 98 Degrees, among many others.
- Currently has Chase Bryant’s debut single “Take It On Back”, Will Hoge’s single “Middle Of America”, and The Swon Brother’s newest single “Pray For You”.
- Originally from Orange Grove, TX.
- Bryant’s grandfather played in Roy Orbison’s first two bands and later for Waylon Jennings; and his uncles co-founded the group Ricochet, which had several hits in the 90’s.
- Influenced by Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, Tom Petty, Vince Gill, Bob Wills, Steve Wariner, Bryan Adams, Keith Urban’s Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing, and records by Sarah Buxton and Jedd Hughes.
- Graduated early from high school, and moved to LA before making his move to Nashville.
- Barbara Orbison’s last signing to Still Working Music before her passing.
- Signed with BBR imprint, Red Bow Records in August 2013.
- Co-produced his debut album with Derek George, as well as co-wrote every single track including his debut single “Take It On Back.”
- Originally from Dallas, TX.
- Jon started his professional musical journey singing backup and playing guitar with Emmylou Harris’s Grammy award winning Nash Ramblers.
- Jon has toured and recorded with countless household names including Vince Gill and Dierks Bentley.
- Most known for his CMA Song of the Year award for ‘Whiskey Lullaby,” Randall is credited the co-write with Whisperin’ Bill Anderson.
- Jon produced Up on the Ridge, Dierks Bentley’s acoustic project that earned CMA, GRAMMY, and ACM nominations.
- Jon’s hit songs include “Am I The Only One” cut by Dierks Bentley and “Drink On It” by Blake Shelton.