Ray Fulcher moved to Nashville from the small town of Harlem, Georgia. He is both an artist and songwriter who 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’ debut record, This One’s For You. Ray’s name can be found on seven other songs from that record, along with nine songs on Luke's most recent deluxe album, What You See Ain't Always What You Get, including "Even Though I'm Leaving," "Does To Me" featuring Eric Church, "Lovin' On You," and "My Kinda Folk." Ray has also penned songs with artists such as Kameron Marlowe, Riley Green, and Drew Parker, to name a few. As an artist, Ray rang in 2021 with the signing of his record deal with Black River Entertainment. Ray's latest single "Girl in It," along with "Way Out" and crowd favorite "Bucket List Beers," can be found on all major music platforms. He is published by both River House Artists and Universal Music Publishing Group. When Ray isn't writing songs or touring the country, he's probably writing more songs, hunting, or spending time with his family.
Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Driver 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. Some of Driver’s released cuts as a songwriter include Jon Pardi's "Call Me Country," William Michael Morgan’s “Workin’”, Drew Parker's "All The Beers," Eric Church’s 2010 hit single “Smoke A Little Smoke," as well as "Rock n Roll Found Me" which can be found on Church's most recent album, Soul. In the writing room, Driver brings fresh ideas, tight lyrics, and an ability to relate to artists regardless of their musical style. When Driver isn't shredding guitar for Eric Church or writing monster hits, he's soaking up his time at home with his wife and two kids.
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, he celebrated signing a record deal with Warner Music Group at the beginning of 2021 and has since added to country radio with his latest single "While You're Gone"; cowritten with his friend and frequent collaborator, Jameson Rodgers. As a songwriter, Drew has made name for himself while helping pen hit songs such as Luke Combs' “Lonely One,” "Nothing Like You," "1, 2 Many," featuring Brooks & Dunn, and Combs' most recent #1 radio single "Forever After All." This marked Drew's second #1 song as a songwriter; following Jake Owen's "Homemade." When he isn't on the road playing shows, you are likely to find Drew spending his days with his wife, daughter and pup, iRacing, or eating at Texas Roadhouse.
Originally from Starke, Florida, Nicolette jumped head first into making her mark on Music City and Country Radio. Published by both River House Artists and SMACKSongs, Nicolette has had multiple cuts with various artists including 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 Certified Gold singles “Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega" and "One Night Standards," along with four other songs on McBryde's CMA, ACM, and Grammy-nominated record, Never Will. Recently she has been able to add to her list with cuts by Chrissy Metz including, "Talking To God," "Actress," and "Feel Good." In Nicolette's free time, she loves to travel and snuggle with her dog, Scooge.
Jordan Rowe’s love for music and his 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 further his musical knowledge and began guitar lessons, all the while teaching himself to play the piano at home. Jordan attended and graduated college from the University of Georgia, and in June of 2019, Jordan took a leap of faith and moved to Music City. In summer of 2020, he celebrated the signing of his first publishing deal with River House Artists and Ashley Gorley’s Tape Room Music. His most recent singles, "I Didn't Sleep Last Night" and "Bad Case Of The Good Ole Boy" can be found on all major music platforms. When Jordan isn't writing and recording music, he's either hunting, fishing, golfing or reading finance books.
Texas-raised singer/songwriter Grant Gilbert is 'country music without the twang.' Originally from Santo, Texas, Grant began guitar lessons in 2nd grade but quit shorty after, ultimately deciding that if he was going to learn how to play, he was going to do it by himself. In high school, Grant would spend his time before Friday night football games sitting in his car calling restaurants looking for singing gigs; all while using his best raspy "adult voice" in hopes they wouldn't realize he was underage. Grant went off to college at Texas Tech in Lubbock, where he began playing shows at the Blue Light, a rowdy club that became a proving ground for many of his heroes: Josh Abbott, Wade Bowen & William Clark Green. Grant even even got the chance to celebrate his 21st birthday with Abbot & Green in the crowd, leading to an impromptu duet with Abbott, performing Gary Allan's "Watching Airplanes." From there, he has played numerous shows with Abbott, along with many others throughout the Texas area, and has recently started making trips back and forth to Nashville to dive deeper into his songwriting talents. His 2021 EP "Trouble Like Us" is out now and available on all major music platforms. When Grant isn't driving to a show or flying to Nashville for writing trips, he's enjoying the outdoors with his brother or working on new music.