Jeremy Stover

Georgia native, Jeremy Stover came to Nashville to attend Belmont University to major in the same program that has graduated the likes of performers Brad Paisley, Trisha Yearwood and producers like Frank Rogers and Dann Huff. After graduating, Jeremy went to work for Muy Bueno Music in the tape room but continued to spend his time outside of work writing songs.

In 2000 landed his first publishing deal as a songwriter for Reba's Starstruck Entertainment. By 2003, Stover was starting to create a buzz with cuts by artists such as Superstar Martina McBride, Lonestar, Wynonna, Clay Walker and many others. Along with top ten hits on Emerson Drive, Danielle Peck and Lonestar. Eventually record companies took notice of the outstanding quality of the demos they were receiving from Stover which led to production duties on artists Jack Ingram, Danielle Peck, Emily West, Justin Moore and Johnny Reid.

In 2006, Stover wrote and produced his first #1 record, "Wherever You Are," on Jack Ingram. Stover has been in the studio with Justin Moore and Jack Ingram and on the charts with his songs "How 'Bout You Don't" by The Lost Trailers, "Small Town USA" by Justin Moore, "Sweet Sun Angel" by Matt Stillwell, and "Barefoot & Crazy" by Jack Ingram. Jeremy is currently climbing the charts with "Backwoods" by Justin Moore that he co-write and produced.




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