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Stephen Allen Davis

Stephen Allen Davis (Revelry) grew up outside of Nashville, Tennessee. Seeing The Beatles on Ed Sullivan on February 9, 1964, would forever change what he wanted to do with his life. From age 14, he organized his own bands and performed his own songs on stage.

In the summer of 1967, Davis began playing bass in a band that worked in the infamous “Printer’s Alley” and later became the house band in Indianapolis at the Sugar Shack. A few months later, Davis was in his first publisher meeting with Al Gallico Music when he decided to play a brand new song he had written only months prior. The song, “Take Time To Know Her” would become a huge hit for Percy Sledge and at 19 years old, he signed his first publishing deal and a recording contract with RCA Records.

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Neil Mason

Neil Mason is a writer and multi instrumentalist born and raised in Nashville, TN. He first started working in the music industry while still in high school, signing a major label recording contract with MCA Records with his pop/rock band LLAMA. LLAMA released a record "Close To The Silence" & an EP "The World From Here" in 2001 and 2002. The band's songs were featured in such movies as "Van Wilder" and "Swim Fan." Following the breakup of LLAMA he continued writing and began playing drums with artists such as Kyle Andrews, Jeremy Lister and Eliot Morris. In early 2005 Neil began writing with high school friend Jaren Johnston that led to the formation of American Bang. American Bang would go on to sign a record deal with Warner Bros. Records out of LA and make their self-titled debut album with legendary producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith).

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Jeff Dawson (Catalogue)

Jeff Dawson is a Vancouver based producer, songwriter, engineer and mixer. He is best known for developing and producing the debut self titled album of Daniel Powter which contained the hit single Bad Day. That single held the number one spot on Billboard‘s Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks, broke records with 2.5 million downloads and has CD sales of over three million copies.
 

Jeff has written singles for Jaydee Bixby, Suzie McNeil and contributed both writing and production to HWY 99‘s rock anthem Let The Sunrise Say Goodbye that can be heard in arenas across North America during sporting events. With a production range that runs the gamut from rock to R&B, Jeff’s style focuses on catchy musical hooks and strong choruses.
 

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Brian Maher

Nettwerk One Music/Moriane Music

Michael Logen

Michael Logen (Morainne) is an internationally touring pop/folk artist, recently sharing the stage with such artists as John Legend, Johnny Lang, Inda Arie, Mat Keary and Sister Hazel.  At venues including House of Blues (New Orleans, Houston, Mytle Beach), The Ryman, the Bitter End, Hotel Cafe, Chastain Park Amphitherater, Classic Center Theater, 40 Watt, Exit/In, World Cafe, The Tin Angel, The Biograph Theater, and many more.  He has toured in 47 of the US Staes as well as Ireland, Germany, Spain, France the Netherlands and Italy. 

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Brent Maher

A six-time Grammy Award winner, Brent Maher  (Moraine) become one of Nashville’s most successful and critically acclaimed producers and hit songwriters. Maher’s accomplishments include over 20 number one singles, numerous top ten singles and a wide array of platinum and multi-platinum selling albums. His credits read as a “Who’s Who” of recording artists including The Judds, Shelby Lynne, Nickel Creek, Wynonna, Kenny Rogers, Jo Dee Messina, Kathy Mattea, Ray Charles, Olivia Newton-John, Dave Loggins, Dottie West, Ike & Tina Turner and many more. Recently, Maher engineered the Grammy award-winning album “The Last of the Breed” with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard & Ray Price.

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Dave Richardson

Wildflower is one of the most performed songs in the history of Canadian popular music and has sold millions of copies in more than seventy versions. It has been awarded a BMI Millionaire's Award and SOCAN Classic and Crystal Awards. It has received over 2 million plays in the US and been sampled on numerous hit urban music recordings, and has now be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame!

With its compassionate lyrics and unforgettable melody, Wildflower is performed at weddings, graduations and funerals. It was played at the Olympics and served as the soundtrack for a US Army video counseling female veterans with PTSD. "Let her cry for she's a lady" has become an anthem for women of all ages around the world.

Doug Edwards

Wildflower is one of the most performed songs in the history of Canadian popular music and has sold millions of copies in more than seventy versions. It has been awarded a BMI Millionaire's Award and SOCAN Classic and Crystal Awards. It has received over 2 million plays in the US and been sampled on numerous hit urban music recordings, and has now be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame!

With its compassionate lyrics and unforgettable melody, Wildflower is performed at weddings, graduations and funerals. It was played at the Olympics and served as the soundtrack for a US Army video counseling female veterans with PTSD. "Let her cry for she's a lady" has become an anthem for women of all ages around the world.

Jessie Jo Dillon

Often described as disarming, Grammy nominated songwriter Jessie Jo Dillon doesn't shy away from her passion for songs: "Words and music are my truest loves, my best friends, always have been. My heart wholly belongs to them and always will." It's with this attitude and a style all her own that she has begun making a name for herself in Nashville's eclectic music community.


Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, she grew up on three chord country and classic rock 'n roll. "I try to learn from the masters," among others, she credits Hank Williams Sr., Conor Oberst, her father-Dean Dillon, Bobby Braddock, Bob McDill, Hank Cochran, Jagger/Richards, and Don Henley as major inspirations and it shows. "Every time I write I want to be honest, almost have to be honest. I try to capture any raw emotion, really. I just want to write songs that make you feel something, bring back how you felt in a certain moment, or create a new memory."

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