Blake Henderson is from a small town in Oklahoma and was raised on that special brew of country music that embraces classic country, pop country and red dirt country, and his own music reflects all of those influences.
Andrew Stone is a former University of Iowa football player, where he played in the 2016 Rose Bowl. He moved in Nashville after graduating college, & is now signed to MV2 Entertainment & also is apart of New Lost City Record’s country duo, Whelan Stone.
Thompson has co-written more than 35 major label placements since 2016, including songs recorded by Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker, Luke Combs, Brett Young, Jake Owen, Justin Moore, Chris Lane, Michael Ray, Maddie and Tae, and more.
Joe Whelan was born & raised in Nashville, TN. He started writing music at the age of 21. His cuts include three songs on Tucker Beathard’s album, “Can’t Stay Here,” “How Gone Will I Go,” and “Too Drunk.” Whelan also co-wrote Australian artist Pete Murray’s “Found My Place.” He is signed to a co-publishing deal with MV2 Entertainment & Little Louder Music.
Singer-Songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Forrest Finn was born and raised in Ipswich, Massachusetts and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee pursuing a career as an artist, songwriter, and producer. After graduating from Belmont University with a degree in songwriting in 2018 Finn spent time in the different pop and country circles as a songwriter and producer securing over 10 cuts and racking up over 250,000 cumulative streams and plays on multiple platforms.