Brown has recorded a total of thirteen studio albums, and has charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Brown hit the country scene with the title song of his debut album I Tell It Like It Used To Be which went to # 7, followed by I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again which climbed to # 4, and was followed by a pair of number ones, Hell and High Water and Don't Go To Strangers. His song Darlene also reached #1, and eight more made Top Ten. Graham’s 2014 album Forever changed was nominated for a Grammy for Best Roots Gospel Album.
Alabama born Ricky Ray took up slide guitar at the age of three as he sat on his great grandmother’s lap and watched her play slide guitar using a butter knife. He hasn’t looked back since! Primarily recognized as a guitar player’s guitar player, no matter what the venue, when he plays everyone in the room sits up and takes notice! A player, producer, singer-songwriter, he works with some of the best, played for some of the best and has a versatile list of cuts unlike many other in Nashville! Ruth Brown’s rendition of his song A Good Day for the Blues,” was nominated for a W.C. Handy Award and Darlene shot to number one on the charts for T. Graham Brown. His personal credits include songs recorded by The Band, Lonnie Mack, Maria Muldaur, Lacy J. Dalton, and Bobbie Keyes (with Keith Richards in “Cheap Winos”). On the road he played with the Nashville band, The Nerve, for ten years, followed by stints with Tom T. Hall, Dobie Gray, Lonnie Mack and Tony Joe White.
Originally from Louisville, KY., Alan Rhody played harmonica in
a rock band for a year in college, taking up guitar shortly
afterward. He performed as a solo acoustic artist in coffee
houses, lounges and colleges singing songs by others for a
year before starting to write his own songs, mixing them into his
shows. His original material was heard by a major publisher in
Nashville, leading to a staff writing position in 1976. His first cut
one year later, by country newcomers, The Oak Ridge Boys,
became a #1 cross-over hit, quickly establishing Rhody as a
songwriter based in Music City.
Since then, Rhody has written more hits and had cuts by the
likes of Lorrie Morgan (Trainwreck of Emotion), Ricky Van
Shelton (Wild-Eyed Dream), Billy “Crash” Craddock (Love
Busted), George Jones (Just When), The Del McCoury Band,
Toby Keith, Tanya Tucker, Suzie Bogguss, Michael Martin
Murphey, Hoyt Axton and many more, collecting multi-Platinum
and Gold Record Awards along the way.
Rhody has continued to travel and perform throughout, having
had his music featured on NPR’s “Morning Edition” and “All
Things Considered” along with numerous network, TV
appearances in the U.S. and Canada and multi-genre radio
One press quote that sums him up pretty well is from the The
Toronto Star, which said of Rhody, “He has earned a level of
respect and recognition that places him in the vanguard of
pioneers of the contemporary roots music movement.”
Karen Staley has written mega-hits including Take Me As I Am and Let’s Go To Vegas for Faith Hill and Tracy Byrd’s ACM Song of the Year Keeper of the Stars. She has also toured with some of the biggest names in country music, singing backup vocals with Reba McIntire, Faith Hill and Dolly Parton.
Karen was born in Weirton, West Virginia and raised in Georgetown, Pennsylvania, She was inspired to write songs after reading through the hymnal at her local church. It was a music teacher who gave her a guitar and taught Karen the chords to Annie’s Song by John Denver and Karen just couldn’t put that guitar down. Her steady rise in Nashville led to a featured singer/songwriter night at the famous Bluebird Café and the rest is history. She had three songs recorded by Patty Loveless on Patty’s initial album. Karen had a couple of record deals as an artist and charted several songs including So Good To Be In Love and Now and Then.
She has written over 1,000 songs in her career.
Joel has had songs recorded by Brad Paisley, Trace Atkins, Montgomery Gentry, Gary Allan, Lonestar, Cody Johnson and Craig Campbell, just to name a few. His song Family Man sung by Craig Campbell reached #14 on the country radio chart. SongsMontgomery Gentry- EmptyBrad Paisley- ToothbrushTrace Adkins- Tough People DoCraig Campbell-Family ManGary Allan- DropCody Johnson- Baby’s BlueLonestar- Tough
Nashville singer/songwriter Steve Dean has co-written six number one Billboard country hits, including the most played song on Country Radio in 2007 and Country AirCheck's Song of the Decade in 2017, "Watching You" for Rodney Atkins, the Grammy nominated "It Takes A Little Rain" for The Oak Ridge Boys, "Southern Star" for Alabama, "Round About Way" for George Strait, "Hearts Aren't Made To Break" for Lee Greenwood, "Walk On" for Reba McEntire, two number one bluegrass hits, "New Day Dawning" and "No More Lonely" for The Roys and one number one Top Independent Country Chart hit, "3935 West End Avenue" for Mason Dixon, as well as two Billboard top 10 hits, two Billboard top 20 hits and four Billboard top 40 hits.
The album Reba: Greatest Hits Volume 2, featuring his song Walk On won a Grammy at the 36th Annual Grammy Awards.
"Watching You", a Top Five Finalist for ACM Song of the Year in 2008.
Dean’s first single Don’t Your Memory Ever Sleep At Night was recorded by Steve Wariner in 1983. Other hits include Fast Lanes and Country Roads and Crossword Puzzle by Barbara Mandrell; Just Enough Rope by Rick Trevino; One Bridge I Didn’t Burn by Conway Twitty; The More I Learnby Ronna Reeves; Cool To Be A Fool by Joe Nichols. He has earned 8 BMI Songwriter Awards, and 2 BMI Publisher Awards. To date his songs have sold over 20 million records worldwide.
Other artists to record his songs include LoCash, Sister Hazel, Waylon Jennings, David Allen Coe, Billy Dean, Ronnie Milsap, Kenny Rogers, Pure Prairie League, Craig Morgan, Dierks Bentley, John Michael Montgomery, Lee Ann Womack, Point of Gace, Linda Davis and Neal McCoy.
Bill Whyte is a talented songwriter- entertainer who is also a member of the Country Music Broadcasters’ Hall of Fame.
His song Finger Pickin' Good" by Kristy Cox featuring Tommy Emmanuel won the Golden Guitar Award in Australia in 2021 for "Best Bluegrass Recording of the Year". The Golden Guitar's are the equivalent of a CMA Award in America.
He also has the title track on the Joe Nichols’ album Crickets and his songs have been recorded by Linda Davis, Brady Seals, Ray Stevens, Cledus T. Judd, Karen Wheeler, Brooke and Darren Aldridge, and others.
In 2016 had a #1 Gospel Bluegrass song He's A Coming recorded by Darin and Brooke Aldridge.
Through the years, Bill has performed with, Jeff Dunham, Heywood Banks, Larry the Cable Guy, Crystal Gayle, Little Big Town, Gary Morris and many others. And in 2019 Bill signed an exclusive publishing deal with Billy Blue Publishing in Nashville.
Bill has two comedy albums available. Off The Wall recorded “live” at the Bluebird Café in Nashville and more recently released Leave Em’ Laughing. His song I’m Going’ Ugly Early Tonightrecorded by Cledus T. Judd finished second for Novelty Song of the Year in the year it came out.
As a broadcaster he has been nominated three times for the Country Music Association’s “Air Personality of the Year” and was honored to win the CMA Award for Best Large Market Personality in 1991. Bill is also a winner of the Gavin “Large Market Broadcast Personality of The Year” as well as an AIR Award for “Best New Radio Show” in Nashville.
Don Gatlin has had songs recorded numerous artists including Kenny Rogers’ ‘I Won’t Forget’, Ronnie Milsap’s Fireworks, and Lee Greenwood’s Dancin’ With No Music Playing. Others to cut his songs include Blake Shelton, Emerson Drive, Joe Nichols and Ricky Van Shelton. He grew up in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania and he and his brother Darryl, played at Ponderosa Park in Ellsworth, Pennsylvania, as teenagers. The duo finished second in the nationwide Seagram’s 7 Battle of the Bands and then Don went on to win the Nashville Networks “You Can Be A Star,’ in 1986. He was given a record deal with Capital Records at the time. The brothers later signed as with Epic Records under the name Darryl and Don Ellis, releasing two albums with chart singles, including Goodbye Highway, No Sir and Something Moving In Me. In 1993 they were nominated for vocal duo of the Year by the Nashville Network, losing to Brooks and Dunn. In recent times Don has sang with his band Savanah Jack and with the Kenny Rogers Band on the Through The Years tour.industry.
Dave Pahanish is a 30-year veteran of the music industry working as a musician, artist, songwriter, singer, performer, and producer. He has three #1 songs on the Billboard Country Chart as a songwriter including Toby Keith’s “American Ride”, Keith Urban's "Without You" and Jimmy Wayne’s “Do You Believe Me Now?”, a song he also co-produced.He spent 15 years performing across his home-town southwestern Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area, before eventually making his way to Nashville. Within three weeks of landing in Nashville in late 2006, Dave was offered three publishing deals and signed with a company owned by songwriters Hillary Lindsey, Dallas Davidson and Cole Wright.Other cuts include Tim McGraw's “Right Back Atcha Babe" and "The One That Got Away" (also recorded by Lila McCann)- #12 Billboard single “I Will” by Jimmy Wayne, Emily West's “Completely Yours” and Collin Raye’s “Divine Everlasting Love”.Dave still performs regularly and has released 7 albums to date, all available on iTunes and other streaming sites. Most recently Dave has been producing other artists including Jake Hoot winner of the hit TV show "The Voice".
Jimmy Bilbrey, a Cookeville, Tennessee native, is a multi-instrumentalist/singer-songwriter who grew up in a musical home. He graduated from Tennessee Tech in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science degree in classical violin. An award-winning songwriter, Jimmy has had songs recorded by national and international artists. He has cuts by Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain including the #1 single Seven Miles From Wichita and the song Hard Rain; and the gospel song Wonderful Day by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, among others. He performed his original instrumental The Forever Waltz at Bluegrass Night at the famed Ryman Auditorium.Some of Jimmy's gospel songs are played regularly on the radio. He currently performs in his family bluegrass band, The Bilbreys, and has been the Minister of Music at University Heights Baptist Church since 1998.He is also the manager and host of Sutton Ole Time Music Hour in Granville, TN. Jimmy has 39 years of teaching experience and currently teaches violin/fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo, piano, ukulele, bass, songwriting and harmony singing at the Stevens Street School of Performing Arts in Cookeville, Tennessee.
Mark Houser is the front man for the band Mark Houser and Bluegrass Drive. His new album Americanaville has just been released to radio. The band’s initial album Uneven Road reached #9 on Billboard Magazine’s Bluegrass Album Chart. Houser wrote all songs on the record including, Lead Me Home that featured Grammy winner Rhonda Vincent on harmonies and reached #1 on the Inspirational Country Music Chart, the Christian Country Weekly Chart and Bluegrass Gospel Chart. The album, released on Rural Rhythm Records, included three chart singles. As a songwriter Houser has had songs recorded in various genres, including cuts by Rodney Atkins and Grand Ole Opry legend Jack Greene in country music (among others), and Little River Band, Russell Hitchcock of Air Supply and Anthony Krizan of the Spin Doctors, in pop music. In addition, Houser has penned many bluegrass cuts in addition to his own records, including one of the most played songs of 2007 ‘Seven Miles from Wichita’ by Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain, and a song on The Roys ICMA nominated album New Day Dawning titled Winding Roads.His song, co-written with Jimmy Bilbrey, Red, White and Blue Christmas was performed on numerous occasions on the late Grand Ole Opry by Opry legend, Jack Greene.
Drawing on influences that range from Adele to Tony Rice, Caleb & Leann are an eclectic mix of guitar-driven accompaniment and two-part harmony. Individually, the duo has spent most of their adult lives performing in the Middle-Tennessee area but didn't take the stage as a unit until mid-2020. Caleb Langford and Leann Huddleston weave intricate vocal lines that pay homage to the great songsmiths of the 20th century. Caleb & Leann are currently writing new material and will be recording in Nashville before the end of the 2021.
Justin is the son of Bluegrass USA Hall of Famer, John Henry Demps in Sparta Tn. Growing up singing Gospel music on WSMT radio and traveling to singing conventions with his family was an early influence on his singing skills. Later, playing Bluegrass with his dad, brother (Jimmy) and brother-in-law (Bobby), he played the guitar and fronted the shows. Justin was buck dancing on the Grand Ole Opry by the age of eleven with his neighbors (Bill Jones) square dance group, The Promenaders.
In the early 80's he traveled on the road playing Officers Clubs on Air Force Bases over the US with Lower Forty Grass from Virginia. The band made a change over to country leaving him to play bass for the group.
In 1982 he performed at the World's Fair in Knoxville Tn. at the Folklife Festival with The Grassroots Revival Project headed by the late Anne Romaine, Championship Fiddler Fraiser Moss, Jack Sallee and Sparky Rucker. After the fair he traveled with the Grassroots project playing schools and auditoriums all over the US. Influenced by folk music and storytelling greats, Moss, Rucker, Nimrod Workman, Phyillis Boyens, Hazel Dickens, Mike Seeger and the Georgia Sea Island Singers (Doug and Frankie Quimby), Justin learned how important friendship and musicianship was to his life.
Off the road he settled down in Sparta and started playing at his dad's dance hall called The Midway Music Barn. Later he joined guitar and banjo great Ron Bilbrey and the Country Scene Band playing bass for sixteen years. Justin and friend Phillip Moss formed the band High Caliber taking a show out on the road again. This time playing drums for twelve years with a mix of rock and country. After High Caliber split, he played drums for the group Backroads Band.
All the while writing songs of different genre, Justin always wanted to get back to his roots of Gospel and Bluegrass. Songwriting was the way. “Finding yourself musically sometimes takes a long journey,” Demps says. “The good thing is after you find it, it’s like you start all over again. Everyone’s life is a great story, good or bad. Some just has music to it.”
Somehow all the stories and characters from the past seem to fall on the pages of lyrics he wrote.
Jim Bowman, known as the Camo Cowboy, is a seasoned singer-songwriter with stories to tell. His career spans several decades from Mel Tillis’ 1983 chart single A Cowboy’s Dream to his most recent album release Song of the Long Hunter.
Jim has written many songs with one of the most touching songs being the song What Ol’ Roy Would Do which was featured in a television documentary of the life of Roy Rogers, the King of the Cowboys, with whom he later toured with on the western music circuit.
He tells his stories through captivating songs that he has written over the period of a lifetime. He has been blessed to work with some of the biggest names in country music as well as the film industry.
Danny Wells is recognized for the #1 hits, Check Yes or No recorded by George Strait, These Days recorded by Rascal Flatts and Couldn’t Last a Moment by Collin Raye. Originally from Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, Danny Wells graduated high school in 1978 and moved to Oklahoma City and earned his A.A. degree in Music from Southwestern College. Wells then headed out to Music City in 1980. He landed his first job on Music Row with Town and Country Productions where he mailed records for the Warner Brothers label. In 1983, Wells graduated from Belmont University with a B.M. in Commercial Music. Immediately after graduation, he began working as a song plugger for a music publishing company. He also spent much of his time playing in various bands, writing songs, and working in sales. In January of 1992 Wells began to concentrate on what he loved most—songwriting. In December of 1994, he wrote the George Strait hit, Check Yes Or No. The song would become a number one hit for four weeks for Strait. Some of the awards Check Yes Or No has received include 1996 CMA Single of the Year, the 1996 ACM Single of the Year, and Video of the Year, Entertainment Radio Network’s Song of the Year, Country Weekly Magazine’s 1996 Golden Pick Award for Song of the Year and Country Weekly magazine’s 1997 Golden Pick Award for Video of the Year. The song was also featured in the 1995-97 ad campaign for Wrangler Jeans. Check Yes Or No to date has received over 5 million spins on the radio making it George Strait’s top played song. Some of Danny’s other hits include This Everyday Love and While You Loved Me, both recorded by Rascal Flatts, Craig Morgan’s Little Bit of Life and Hello L-O-V- E, a hit single for John Michael Montgomery. He has also had cuts by numerous other artists, including JoDee Messina, Joe Diffie, Scotty McCreery, Crystal Gayle, Sara Evans, Tracy Byrd, Trent Tomlinson, James Bonamy, Billy Ray Cyrus, Chris Young, Julie Roberts, Wade Hayes and Confederate Railroad. Wells currently serves on the Executive Board for the Nashville Songwriters Association International as well as their Board of Directors.
Anthony Smith is a versatile songwriter, producer and arranger who has achieved great success in many genres, including Country, Pop, R&B, and Jazz. Artists who have recorded his songs include Chris Young, Reba, Parmalee, Lauren Alaina, Ben Gallaher, Bucky Covington, Lonestar, Clay Walker, Rodney Atkins, Regina Belle, Vince Gill, Jo Dee Messina, Neal McCoy, RBD, Donna Summer, Emerson Drive, Adam Gregory, Heartland, Shane Yellowbird, Jaydee Bixby, Trent Tomlinson, Rio Grand, The Wilkinsons, Kirk Whalum, Suzy Bogguss, Kenny Rogers, Ash Bowers, Aleksander With, John & Audrey Wiggins, Julie Reeves, Joanna Smith and Anita Cochran among others.Smith's hit songs include:“Tomorrow” – Chris Young (SESAC Song Of The Year 2011)“What About Now” – Lonestar (also used in a national "Toyota" campaign)“I Want My Life Back” – Bucky Covington“When Love Cries” – Donna Summer“Watch This” – Clay Walker“Love Happens Like That” – Neal McCoy“Jimmy’s Got A Girlfriend” – The Wilkinsons "Too Late To Worry" – Jo Dee Messina“Pictures” – Aleksander With (Sony International)Additionally, Smith recently had singles released in Canada on Sony artist Robbie Johnson, Jaydee Bixbee and Shane Yellowbird and on Sony International Artist “Aleksander With” in Norway and Germany. In addition the the Smash Hit “Tomorrow” from the album Neon by Chris Young was nominated for “SINGLE” of the YEAR in the 2012 ACM awards. Smith's songs have been used in films such as “Almost An Angel,” “ Earth Force” and “Graveyard Shift.”Smith was a featured “mentor songwriter,” along with Jermaine Jackson and George Clinton, on Seasons 2 and 3 of the hit CMT reality show, “GONE COUNTRY.”Smith's producer credits include the debut LP for Atlantic recording artist, South Sixty-Five, the debut LP for Curb Records artist, Trini Triggs and the debut LP for Curb Records/Asylum Records artist, Rio Grand. Other production contributions may be found on the Kirk Whalum LP, “In This Life.” Smith also produced and co-wrote the “Titans on 2” jingle for News Channel 2, WKRN in Nashville. Smith is VP of Creative / A&R of Porchlight Music. His other publishing companies include “Rhymes To Music”(Sesac), “Writes To Music,” (Sesac) (co-published with Nettwerk One Music/Revelry Music Group LLC, “Dreams To Music” (Sesac) (which co-publishes songs with Grand And Gee),"Works To Music" (ASCAP), “Notes to Music” (ASCAP) (which co-publishes songs with Warner Chappell Music) and “Words to Music”(BMI) (which co-publishes songs with Notewrite Music). Smith is a graduate of Leadership Music serves or has served on the boards of NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences - The Grammys), NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International) and The Nashville Film Festival.
Wood Newton is a career singer, songwriter, and producer with a body of work that most in the music industry could only aspire to. Born and raised in Hampton, Arkansas, a town with a population of only 1,600. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in business administration.
As a songwriter, Newton's discography boasts approximately 50 song cuts, Soon after moving to Nashville in 1976, Wood met Dan Tyler, and together they wrote two of country music’s biggest hits, ‘Bobbie Sue’ for the Oak Ridge Boys, and ‘Twenty Years Ago’ for Kenny Rogers, both of which received awards for a million performances by BMI.
Together with Tim Dubois, Wood Newton wrote the truck driver's anthem "Midnight Hauler", a number one hit for Razzy Bailey. He also wrote "What I Didn't Do" for Steve Warner, the third of his songs to receive the BMI million performance award. This song was also recorded by George Jones for his album The Rock. He wrote "I Want Everyone to Cry", Restless Heart's first top ten single and Alabama recorded "All Together Now" for the Grammy Award winning children's album Follow that Bird. He co-wrote and published ‘Pink Flamingos’ for Tracy Byrd’s double platinum No Ordinary Man album. He also wrote Riding With Pricate Malone, recorded by David Ball.
Some of the other artists who have recorded Wood's songs include T. G. Shepard, Pearl River, Joni Harms, Ann Murray, Willie Nelson, Gary Stewart, B.J. Thomas, Rita Coolidge, Conway Twitty, Lynn Anderson, Charlie Pride, Eddy Arnold, Louise Mandrell, Janie Fricke, Juice Newton, Marie Osmond, and Marty Robbins.
As an artist, Wood recorded an album for Electra Asylum Records that was produced by the great songwriter Even Stevens. His first two singles, ‘Last Exit for Love’, and ‘Lock, Stock and Barrel’, won him recognition with radio and loyal fans across the country.
Rafe Van Hoy has been active and successful as both writer and producer over four decades with credits in several categories and genres of music, including a Grammy Nomination, 11 BMI One Million Airplay Awards, 3 BMI Two Million Airplay Awards and beyond, and songs recorded by George Jones and Tammy Wynette, including the classic “Golden Ring”, Oak Ridge Boys, Michael Martin Murphy’s “What’s Forever For”, John Conlee, Patti Loveless, Brooks and Dunn, Reba McEntire, Leann Rimes, Fleetwood Mac, Diana Ross, Issac Hayes, Paul Carrack, and a long, long list of other. His songs have been on records selling well over 50 million copies.
He began his music career as a songwriter, landing his first publishing contract at 17. In the next 7 years he would become one of Nashville’s new emerging songwriters with 10 number one songs and as many top 10 singles, along with nearly 200 cuts by other artists. In one three- year period he had between 50 and 60 songs cuts each year. During this early time Rafe also worked as a session musician on many hit records, and then began adding producer to his list of credits, with songwriting always as his first passion.
Don’t let his larger-than-life presence fool you. Jake Hoot may stand 6’6”, but the Season 17 Champion of NBC’s The Voice is just as genuine and sweet natured as ever. Celebrating the release of his debut project Love Out Of Time, the 5-song EP features an all-star lineup of musicians and songwriters including Dean Sams, Danny Myrick, Jenne Fleenor, Dave Pahanish, Jamie Floyd and more. The new project also features a duet with international superstar Kelly Clarkson entitled “I Would’ve Loved You.” Upon its release, Love Out Of Time reached No. 2 on both the iTunes All-Genre Albums and Country Albums chart while “I Would’ve loved you reached No. 3 on the iTunes Country Singles Chart. Hoot and Clarkson also unveiled a music video for the ‘majestic’ (Rolling Stone Country) “I Would’ve Loved You” duet which has accumulated more than 6 million views, been featured on TODAY with Hoda & Jenna and is in broadcast rotation on CMT. The former contestant and coach recently reunited to perform “I Would’ve Loved You” on The Kelly Clarkson Show and Season 20 of The Voice. Following his record-breaking win on NBC’s The Voice, Hoot has gone on to release several tracks including charitable song and video, “Tennessee Strong,” which reached Top 10 in the iTunes Country Singles chart, debut single “Dangerous Thing,” special Father’s Day song, “The Best Job I Ever Had” and heartwarming love song, “Nadine.” Drawing inspiration from his childhood in the Dominican Republic, Hoot released a cover of “La Bamba” from his debut EP which landed in the Top 10 on the iTunes Latin charts. Much of Hoot’s sincere humility could be attributed to his unique and adventurous life growing up as the 2nd of 9 siblings to Missionary parents. Born in Texas, Hoot led quite the gypsy childhood having lived in Oklahoma, Haiti, and an 11-year stint in the Dominican Republic where he first learned to play guitar. Fluent in Spanish, Hoot credits his diverse musical influence to his time on the island. The singer/songwriter relocated to Tennessee at 20-years-old where he began gigging and attended Tennessee Tech University as a walk-on football player. There is no denying that Hoot is a natural philanthropist and gives back as much as possible. During his stint on The Voice, Hoot created a charitable merchandise line and was able to donate more than $15,000 to local organizations in his hometown of Cookeville, TN. Following the deadly tornadoes that hit Middle, Tennessee on March 3rd, Hoot released an uplifting song entitled “Tennessee Strong” which benefitted the Tornado survivors. Currently amassing over 6 million streams, more than 80K downloads and celebrating his third Grand Ole Opry performance, the future proves promising for this mega-talent with a heart of gold.SongsJake Hoot with Kelly Clarkson-I Would’ve Loved YouJake Hoot-Love Out of TimeJake Hoot- This Is The NightJake Hoot- Something We Can Slow Dance Tohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZpG1DefuzI