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Join host Mary O'Neill Phillips for an amazing line up including Sean Stemaly, Ben Burgess, Jared Mullins, and Jordan Walker!
SEAN STEMALY was born in Western Kentucky and raised in the river-bottom fields of Southern Indiana, a hard-worker whose Country music comes straight from the only life he knows. Stemaly taught himself to sing over endless days in the cab of a Case IH 9370 tractor, planting the seeds of stardom to the sound of icons like Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, Alan Jackson and Jason Aldean. Now based in Nashville and signed to BIG LOUD RECORDS, the 24-year-old diesel wrenching, heavy-equipment operating talent infuses modern Country with youthful, salt-of-the-earth swagger and rocked up heartland soul – a sound that’s both fresh and based in timeless traditions. He’s penned over 100 songs in Music City’s vibrant collaborative scene – including the clever cross-Country romance of “Georgia” (over 1 million Spotify streams) – and is currently working on his debut studio recordings with superstar producer Joey Moi (Florida Georgia Line, Morgan Wallen). Stemaly has already hit the road with artists like Riley Green, HARDY, LANCO, Chris Lane, Morgan Wallen, among others, and his story is only just beginning to grow.
Born and raised in East Dallas, TX, by a guitarist dad and mom who DJed, Burgess was surrounded by all genres of music at a very early age. At 20, he headed to Austin, TX, where he performed and worked the clubs on iconic Sixth Street. After landing his first career cut with the Jonas Brothers’ “Chillin’ In the Summertime,” he decided to pack up and chase down his music dreams in Los Angeles, CA. But, Burgess was often told that his “twang was too loud.” He relocated to Nashville, TN, in 2010, and was welcomed with open arms. Burgess started writing with Warner Chappell Music in 2015, where he began stockpiling major cuts across all genres like Big Loud’s multi-week #1 smash with Morgan Wallen’s “Whiskey Glasses” (3X PLATINUM), Tyler Rich’s GOLD-certified “The Difference,” Pat Green’s “Drinkin’ Days” (Texas radio #1), Lil Wayne’s “Dreams,” Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan’s “There for You,” Dierks Bentley’s “My Religion,” HARDY’s “SIGNED, SOBER YOU,” and many others. Burgess’ tracks have also racked up major TV placements as featured on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and in commercials for Major League Baseball, Xbox, and Lexus.
Jared Mullins was much of a chameleon growing up, originally from Maryland, the singer/songwriter has a history of being a baseball player, a Sony Records artist, a FEMA manager, bartender, blender salesman, and now he is a successful songwriter working at Big Deal Music. In the short two years he has had as a songwriter, he's already had multiple songs recorded by artists such as Jake Owens, Justine Moore, Parmalee, Dylan Scott, and more. Additionally, he has garnered over 50 holds including Chris Young, Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker, Lee Brice, Michael Ray, and many others. Some of his singles like “Good Company” by Jake Owen or “Roots” by Parmalee can be heard on the radio.
Jordan Walker has signed a worldwide co-publishing agreement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing Nashville.
Walker has co-written songs including the multi-platinum, No. 1 single “When it Rains it Pours” by Luke Combs, “Mixed Drinks” by Mitchell Tenpenny, and “I’ve Been Good” by Cassadee Pope. Walker is also known for his former duo Walker McGuire, which released songs including “Mysteries of the World” and “Til Tomorrow,” which has earned over 28 million streams. He began his career in Wichita Falls, Texas, where he established a four-piece band while still in college and began opening for Wade Bowen, Randy Rogers and Josh Abbott Band. He moved to Nashville in 2012 to pursue a songwriting career.
“I was first introduced to Jordan as an artist, but I quickly learned what a remarkable gift he has for translating real-life emotions into song,” said Sony/ATV Nashville CEO Rusty Gaston. “This guy has a tremendous future ahead, and we are thrilled to welcome him to the Sony/ATV family.”
“I moved to this town in 2012 to write songs,” said Walker. “Somewhere on this wild ride, I lost that mindset and I’m glad to be back to doing what I love with Rusty and his team at Sony/ATV behind me.”
Join host Mary O'Neill Phillips for ladies night as she welcomes Ashland Craft, Meghan Patrick, Kasey Tyndall, Lainey Wilson