moment of inspiration

wisdom & logic behind Nashville's most established songwriters.

dan couch

the ex-country-singer turned family man turned hit songwriter is best known for “somethin’ bout a truck”, the #1 single from new artist, kip moore.

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george teren

the writer behind “when i get where i’m going” (brad paisley featuring dolly parton),  “stealing cinderella” (chuck wicks), and “a man don’t have to die” (brad paisley) talks about the road that led this music row veteran to a successful songwriting career and shares a little insight into the attitude behind a seasoned hit writer in an ever-changing market. george continues to be “teren it up” the charts.

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jaren johnston

when this nashville native isn’t fronting his rock band the cadillac black, he’s a go-to collaborator for keith urban and dierks bentley.  amongst a rapidly growing list of hits, jaren can proudly call “you gonna fly” (keith urban) and “sing ’em good my friend” (kenny chesney) his own.

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