Together John and T.J. Osborne make up the country music duo Brothers Osborne. They grew up in Maryland and moved to Nashville after high school to pursue life with their bands. In 2011 they signed a publishing deal with King Pen Music and shortly after released their first studio album. They have won awards such as, CMA vocal duo of the year, ASCAP songwriters of they year, Vocal Duo and New Vocal Group of the year and Vocal Event of the yearat the ACM Awards, and CMA Music Video of the Year. Brothers Osborne has also been Grammy nominated. As well as their own album they have had cuts by Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Kelly Pickler, Cody Johnson, David Nail, Trace Atdkins and others. On their latest album "Skeletons" the Osbornes really stroke the dynamic tension between hooks, licks, and grooves and showcase what a deep pocket they have as artists.
Jay DeMarcus is the bassist, pianist, harmony vocalist, songwriter and producer of superstar vocal group Rascal Flatts. DeMarcus launched his own Christian music label in 2018, Red Street Records. A GRAMMY Award-winning producer, DeMarcus has worked with such acts as the legendary band Chicago, Ronnie Dunn, Kix Brooks, Shenandoah, Reba, and DeMarcus was also honored for his work producing Jason Crabb’s 2018 album “Unexpected” which was named "Best Roots Gospel Album” by The Recording Academy. With seventeen No. One hits, over 23.4 million albums sold, 35 million digital downloads and 2.2 billion streams worldwide, time and success have only put Rascal Flatts closer to their core with expert musicianship, razor-sharp vocals and songs that have shaped lives, loves and the genre of country music itself. The trio’s Top 20 single “Back To Life” follows back-to-back chart-topping singles “Yours If You Want It” as well as “I Like The Sound Of That,” all produced by DeMarcus. The group has also earned over 40 trophies from the ACA, ACM, AMA, CMA, People’s Choice and more, also making them the most awarded country group of the past decade
Pete Good was raised in Sioux Falls South Dakota. He originally went to school to be a chiropractor but in 2010 decided to move to Nashville to pursue his career in music. In 2014 he signed with King Pen and Garda Entertainment. Pete has had cuts by Tim McGraw, Teddy Robb, Darius Rucker, Rascal Flatts, Jerrod Niemann, Locash, Walker Hayes, Brandon Ratcliff, and others. Pete's production credits include artists such as Brandon Ratcliff, Alex Hall, Teddy Robb and CB30
Brandon Ratcliff grew up in a multi-Grammy award winning family (The Cox Family) in Webster Parish, Louisiana. He went to college for a brief period, but soon decided to pursue his passion to be a singer/songwriter and moved to Nashville, Tennessee. In the 2016 he signed with King Pen Music and Twin Spires. Brandon recently signed a recording contract with Monument Records/Sony. His team also includes CAA and Q Prime. Brandon released his debut EP, "Sometimes Always Never" in August of 2020 produced by, Shane McAnally and Pete Good. Along with his own artist projects, he has also written songs recorded by artists such as Tenille Arts, Rascal Flatts, Teddy Rob, Nick Wayne, CB30, Trea Landon
Ava Suppelsa was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. After a two year stint at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Ava moved to Nashville at 19 years old to pursue her songwriting career. Since 2017, she has been writing with Nashville’s most promising talent and has had songs recorded by artists such as Keith Urban, Ryan Griffin, Temecula Road, Austin Burke, Flatland Cavalry, Home Free (Billboard #2 Country Album), Dylan Rockoff, Tristan Bushman, John Paul White and Jamie O'Neal. Ava’s song credits have amassed over 13 million streams across music platforms and have been featured on Spotify’s “Hot Country” playlist, Sirius XM and Radio Disney. In 2020, Ava signed with King Pen Music and Warner Chappell Nashville. Outside of music Ava started a non profit called Hope on The Row that helps feed and clothe the homeless. Their mission is to connect the music community with homelessness relief efforts throughout Nashville to make Music City a home for everyone.
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The best way to describe Preston James would be this: REAL country music, mixed with a bit of blues, a slice of outlaw and peppered with some classic rock. James draws much of his inspiration from musical heroes of the past – Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Patsy Cline and Stevie Ray Vaughn as well as living legends Vince Gill, George Strait and newer artists Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson and Brothers Osborne. “I love the storytelling of country, the soul of the blues and the passion of rock.”
Recent releases include GAYLE (Atlantic) with her single Z, Wild Rivers’ (Network) Thinking 'Bout Love, which has amassed over 28 million streams on Spotify, LU KALA’s Billboard Top 40 hit DCMO (Don't Count Me Out), Good Lovelies’ SOCAN #1 I See Gold, , Donovan Woods' Being Together and Here In Chicago and indie-darling Bre Kennedy's Thick Skin. Dell'Unto frequently collaborates with artists on Atlantic, Universal, Warner, Sony ATV and Arthouse. Both as a solo artist and collaborator Dell’Unto's work has been featured in a variety of media, including Almost Family (Fox), Good Trouble (Freeform) and Harriet The Spy (Disney), campaigns for Zara and the PanAm Games, and feature films Time Freak starring Sophie Turner and Intruders starring Miranda Cosgrove.
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