Stover’s childhood in Georgia provided the inspiration for some of his most personal songs, which also turned out to be some of his biggest hits. He co-wrote “Small Town USA” and “Til My Last Day” with singer Justin Moore, and also produced the tracks. His string of success continues with numerous singles including Tim McGraw’s smash “How I'll Always Be” and Justin Moore’s “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” Stover says, “There is so much of me in those songs, how I grew up and what I appreciate.”
As a producer, Stover’s current/past projects include Justin Moore’s latest, as well as established hitmakers Eli Young Band, Travis Denning, Drake White, and newly developing female artist LJ, all of whom Stover discovered and developed.
RED was started in 2014, and since has had 40 singles on the charts. With such songs as “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” by Justin Moore, “How Not To” by Dan + Shay, “How I’ll Always Be” by Tim McGraw and “Sleep Without You” by Brett Young. It takes a lot of hard work to get there that fast. I wanted to establish a place and a culture.”
Stover’s passion is evident when he talks about his roster that includes the talents of Kelly Archer, Nathan Spicer, Mercury recording artist Travis Denning and Capitol Nashville/Buena Vista recording artist Adam Hambrick, David Fanning, LJ, and Baker Grissom. “There’s nothing that makes me more proud than to see people go through what I went through and see their first success,” says Stover. “That’s my favorite part.”
Over his career, Jeremy Stover has also collaborated with Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen, Hunter Hayes, Patty Griffin, Sheryl Crow, Scotty McCreery, and many more.
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