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James HudsonJames "Bubba" Hudson

James "Bubba" Hudson began his music career in the Houston, Texas area. Bubba gained experience as an entertainer, playing guitar and sharing vocal duties in several groups including "The Greg Austin Band" and hit country artist, Johnny Lee.

In the early 90's, Bubba moved to Nashville to expand his career and has worked as a session vocalist and guitarist, vocal coach, songwriter and producer. It only took a couple of years for Bubba to build a portfolio as a producer, producing numerous Country Soundalike Albums. Bubba's Soundalike portfolio includes over 500 tracks, many of which have experienced excellent sales and have charted in Billboard on several occasions.

As an offshoot, Bubba was hired by Quality Music and Video to develop the Diane Horner Line Dance Instruction Videos. Bubba's relationship with Quality resulted in sales exceeding 3 Million! Bubba has also worked with Epic Recording Artist, James Bonamy and Star Search winner, Greg Rowles.

In the late 90's Bubba and Frank Macek collaborated on numerous projects including productions for Morey Management's rock artist, Jade and Curb Records' Pop Artist, Tyler Dean. Bubba continues to work hard in the studio as well as writing for Cherry Heart Music.

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Bill ShoreBill Shore

Bill Shore had his first songs recorded by music legends such as Billy Walker, Claude King, Mel Street and David Houston. Those early recordings inspired and motivated a young writer to work harder and his first top 20 record came from the great Tammy Wynette, “You Still Get To Me In My Dreams”. Through the ups and downs of the business he received encouragement from great artists and writers such as Johnny Russell, Conway Twitty, and Merle Haggard to push on. That encouragement paid off in Number One Songs by, Charley Pride, “Every Heart Should Have One”, George Strait, “I’d Like To Have That One Back”, and Sawyer Brown, “Trouble On The Line”. Top Tens by Garth Brooks, “Wild Horses”, as well as Marie Bottrell in Canada and over one hundred songs recorded by artists such as Porter Waggoner, Chris LeDoux, Vern Gosdin, Moe Bandy to name a few. Bill has received thee BMI Million Performance Achievement Citations and Four BMI awards.

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Ty WilliamsTy Williams

Ty Williams is a singer/songwriter/performer. At an early age, Ty learned about moving, as his family lived in several states and even Mexico due to his father’s job. Therefore there are numerous influences evident in his songwriting. After serving a tour in Iraq, Ty dedicated himself to music. Traveling to Nashville often while living in Richmond Virginia, Ty began meeting some terrific writers and other music industry folks. Between trips to Nashville, Ty worked with his band in Virginia and had the opportunity to play live at some really fun venues. At the end of 2006, Ty was offered a publishing deal and in a blink of an eye he moved to Nashville. 2007 has started with a rush, as Ty has written with a number of accomplished writers while also recording songs for his artist career. Ty has a tremendous future as a songwriter and artist!

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Dave WillsDavid Wills

David Wills: Tennessee born and raised, David has an extensive history in the Music Industry. An ASCAP Award winning songwriter and recipient of Multiple RIAA Gold, Platinum and Multiplatinum Awards, David scored his first top 5 hit, with his first release as a recording artist, on Epic Recods with "A Song On The Jukebox."

David toured with Country Music Legends Charlie Rich and Charley Pride singing and writing his way around the world. As a songwriter his songs speak for themselves, the number one song "The Last Thing I Needed Tonigt" by John Schnieder, and other hits "Wild Horses" by Garth Brooks, "If You're Thinking You Want A Stranger" by George Strait, "Leona" by Sawyer Brown, and Dove Award Winning: "Holding Out Hope To You" by Michael English. "Line on Love" by John Michael Montgomery, and other artists such as Chris LeDoux and Moe Bandy are found on his extensive discography.

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James HudsonJamie Floyd

Country Blues singer/songwriter Jamie Floyd, 22, possesses that unforgettable stand-out-in-a-crowd kind of authenticity--a soulful, sincere believability.

She's been surrounded by music since before she could talk. Raised by two professional musician parents, she grew up witnessing the ups and the downs that come along with living the lifestyle of an entertainer. She began to join her parents, singing in numerous country clubs throughout south Florida starting when she was just 2 years old. From there she went on to play virtually every major fair and festival along Florida's East coast beginning in 1995. Jamie was also a regular National Anthem singer for Major League Baseball's Spring Training and sang for crowds of 25,000+ in major sports stadiums including the American Airlines Arena and Pro-Player Stadium.

Her talent along with her down-to-earth approachability soon earned her incredible opportunities to open shows for some of music's most talented artists including: James Taylor, Rascal Flatts, Mark Wills and Neal McCoy. Major players in the Nashville industry have already taken notice. At age 13, she signed her first publishing and production deal (2000-2003) with Ric Wake, Senior VP of A&R, Epic/Sony. Since then she's worked with some of Nashville's most successful artists, writers and musicians.

Today she continues to play the Nashville area music scene, while being in the studio and writing as much as possible. Undeniably possessing the 'it' factor, she is a young woman with an old soul and a sincere love for making music. She says, "Making music is something that is so precious to me--its fulfilling, energizing, and especially therapeutic! Most of all, I see it as such a gift to be able to share something that means so much to me with an audience. I want people to walk away from my music affected." **In the fall of 2007 Jamie became Cherry Heart Music's newest staff writer!:

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Pete SallisPete Sallis

Originally from Chicago, Pete moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University and pursue music. He ended up playing drums or bass for artists like Soul'd Out, Tim Rushlow of Little Texas, Mindy McCready, and most recently with Trent Wilmon. He landed his first writing deal at Combustion Music and has gotten some cuts recently with Rodney Atkins, Joe Hikk, and George Canyon. In fact, the George Canyon's "Somebody Wrote Love" just won the 2006 CCMA 's Single of the Year. He signed at Cherry Heart Music in January. He plans to take over the world.

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