ray fulcher

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Ray Fulcher moved to Nashville from the small town of Harlem, Georgia. He is both an artist and songwriter and has been able to find success in both realms. Ray is best known for co-writing the multi-week #1 single “When It Rains It Pours” from country artist Luke Combs’ double-platinum debut record, This One’s For You. Ray’s name can be found on seven other songs from that record, along with eight songs on Luke's sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get. Among those eight songs are "Even Though I'm Leaving," "Lovin' On You," and the current single, "Does To Me," featuring Eric Church. When Ray isn’t writing songs Monday through Friday, he’s touring the country and continuing to grow his career as a country music artist. Currently, Ray’s six song EP, Somebody Like Me, which includes his singles “Anything Like You Dance” and “Life After You’re Leavin’” can be found on all major music platforms. He is published by both River House Artists and Universal Music Publishing Group.

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Driver is no stranger to Music City. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, he is a force to be reckoned with. Coming from a musical family, he is a songwriter by day and touring musician by night. Driver has played lead guitar for Grammy award-winning country artist, Eric Church, for over a decade and continues to write songs every day he isn’t on the road. In the songwriting world, some of Driver’s released cuts include Jon Pardi's "Call Me Country," William Michael Morgan’s “Workin’”, and up and coming duo Sixforty1’s “Maybe I Might”, to name a few. He is best known for writing Eric Church’s 2010 hit single “Smoke A Little Smoke.”

drew parker

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Drew embodies everything it means to be “traditional country.” Since moving to Nashville from the small, unincorporated town of Stewart, Georgia, Drew has found success as both an artist and songwriter. As an artist, some of his latest releases include "Hell Yeah Say When I'm In," "Party In The Back," and "I Was Lying." As a songwriter, he has found his name on songs such as “Lonely One” from Luke Combs’ debut record, This One's For You, along with Combs' latest record, What You See Is What You Get, with songs including "Nothing Like You" and "1, 2 Many," featuring Brooks & Dunn. Drew has recently added to the list of 'things to celebrate' with his first #1 song with Jake Owen’s hit single “Homemade."

Nicolette Hayford

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Originally from Starke, Florida, Nicolette has found herself enjoying great success since her move to Nashville. She is published by both River House Artists and SMACKSongs and has had multiple cuts with artists such as Ashley McBryde, William Michael Morgan, Robert Counts, Steve Moakler, and Bishop Gunn, to name a few. Nicolette is best known for co-writing Ashley McBryde’s “Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega" and "One Night Standards." Recently she has added to the list with cuts by Chrissy Metz with "Talking To God" and "Actress." As a songwriter, she brings to the table her powerful and well-crafted lyrics and loves to collaborate with both strong lyrical and melodic writers. Along with being a successful songwriter in world of country music, she also loves to write pop music and hopes to collaborate with more pop-oriented songwriters in the future.

Jordan Rowe

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Jordan Rowe’s love for music and dream to become a successful country singer/songwriter began when he was just a kid in the small town of Adel, Georgia. Jordan grew up listening to artists such as Joe Diffie, Alan Jackson, and Luke Bryan, all of which have played a major role in how he has crafted his own sound. At the age of eight, he learned to play the drums, which he played for most of his younger years in his church’s worship band. It wasn’t until he was a teenager that he decided to begin guitar lessons, all the while he was teaching himself to play the piano at home. He attended college at the University of Georgia, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Agribusiness and Music Business. After college, Jordan took the leap of faith and moved to Music City in June of 2019. A month later he released his first self titled EP. In summer of 2020, he celebrated the signing of his first publishing deal with River House Artists and Ashley Gorley’s Tape Room Music.

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