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Don King recorded several albums for Epic records in the 80's and has enjoyed chart success as acountry music artist with a half dozen top twenty nationally charted singles. During this time, hetoured with his band (Sawyer Brown) and opened concerts for Alabama, The Oak Ridge Boys, RebaMcEntire, Crystal Gayle, Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Ernest Tubb and other country artists.
Don's songwriting is what first got this Nebraska native noticed. He co-wrote Reba McEntire's hitsingle, "Why Do We Want What We Know We Can't Have." He also co-wrote Janie Fricke's "YouDon't Know Love." Both songs achieved top ten status in Billboard Magazine.
Don King was inducted into America's Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame on September 5th. 2015.
Don’s award-winning free-lance work with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency led to a full time position as Assistant Chief of Information and Education. He and his dad, Don King Sr., currently own and operate The Cypress Room studio in Nashville. Don lives in Tennessee's Williamson County, with his wife, Peggy and daughter, Katie. http://DonKingMusic.com
Jason Harmon comes from Decatur, Tennessee but now calls Nashville home. Coming from a strong Christian family he was first introduced to music through his church and parents. While in high school, Jason formed a christian rock group called Reign. They played cover Christian songs of groups like Third Day and The Newsboys.
Jason attended Middle Tennessee State University, where he graduated with a degree in Recording Industry: Production and Technology and a minor in Entertainment Technology.
He manages the podcast and trophy room portions of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency website, records and mixes PSA's, does on camera work along with shooting and editing.
Jason is the drummer for The Road Crew and also sings.
Jason married his high school sweetheart, Aimee. Their first child 'Tucker' arrived in January 2012!
Woody Bomar and his wife of 40 years, Carol, live in Nashville where he is president of Green Hills Music Group, a prominent Music Row enterprise. Woody began his music career as a songwriter, penning hits in the 80’s for the likes of Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. He left his job as General Manager at Combine Music in ’87 to start Little Big Town Music. In ’98, after a 10-year string of hits, including 15 #1 country singles, he sold his company to Sony/ATV where Woody was employed as Sr. Vice President & General Manager to reorganize and manage the Creative Department. In '06 he parted ways with Sony/ATV to return to independent publishing with a new entrepreneurial venture and to continue song-writing.
He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and a Vietnam Veteran. Woody is a member of the Country Music Assn., Americana Music Assn., Leadership Music, The Songwriters Guild of America, ASCAP, The Copyright Society Of The South, NSAI and NARAS. He is recipient of The Nashville Songwriters Association's President’s Award and an inductee into the MTSU College of Mass Communications Wall of Fame.
Joe Loesch was the leader of the 70’s pop group ”Solid Gold.” They released an album, “Sold Gold 50’s” for K-Tel and had a top 30’s chart hit with “My Share Of The Sidewalk” written by Michael Nesmith of the Monkees. Solid Gold performed regularly on the rising stage at Disneyland and at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. They opened for Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Paul Anka and others.
Joe was nominated 'Spoken Word' Producer of the Year by AFIM Indy Awards. He has won multipleSilver Microphone and Crystal Jade awards. He won the Early Childhood News Directors Choice award for his creative writing. His "Abraham Lincoln Logues" book was voted as a top ten children's book by Chicago Parent Magazine and is now available in Ford’s Theater in Washington, DC. He also received a platinum album for Garth Brooks, "No Fences," for his special effects on "The Thunder Rolls".
Joe is a voice actor, spoken word producer, author and voice over coach i Nashville, TN - http://JoeLoesch.com
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