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Jewel was in Nashville recently, putting finishing touches on her upcoming single, “Stay Here Forever,” produced by Nathan Chapman. Jewel, who co-wrote the song, was joined by several Valory staffers in the studio to preview the track. Pictured (L-R): Drummer Nick Buda, Azoff Music’s Whitney Cheshier, Bassist Tim Marks, Azoff Music’s Virginia Davis, Producer Nathan Chapman, Jewel, Valory’s Jon Loba, Valory’s John Zarling, Valory’s JoJamie Hahr, Valory’s Allison Jones and Valory’s Brooke Yancey.

Jewel was in Nashville recently, putting finishing touches on her upcoming single, “Stay Here Forever,” produced by Nathan Chapman. Jewel, who co-wrote the song, was joined by several Valory staffers in the studio to preview the track. Pictured (L-R): Drummer Nick Buda, Azoff Music’s Whitney Cheshier, Bassist Tim Marks, Azoff Music’s Virginia Davis, Producer Nathan Chapman, Jewel, Valory’s Jon Loba, Valory’s John Zarling, Valory’s JoJamie Hahr, Valory’s Allison Jones and Valory’s Brooke Yancey.

Colt Ford, while on tour with Larry The Cable Guy in the Pacific Northwest, stopped by country station KKWF in Seattle, WA on Friday, December 4. Colt spent over two hours on-air with Lola. Pictured: Colt Ford (R) with MD Lola Montgomery (L) at 100.7 The Wolf in Seattle.

Colt Ford, while on tour with Larry The Cable Guy in the Pacific Northwest, stopped by country station KKWF in Seattle, WA on Friday, December 4. Colt spent over two hours on-air with Lola. Pictured: Colt Ford (R) with MD Lola Montgomery (L) at 100.7 The Wolf in Seattle.

Daywind Records’ artist, Aaron and Amanda Crabb, were recently at Nashville's Sound Shop recording a brand new album. The album is being produced by Michael Sykes and can be expected to hit stores this spring. Pictured (L-R): Michael Turner, Gary Prim, Amanda Crabb, Aaron Crabb, Michael Sykes, Norman Holland, John Willis, Jeff King, Steve Brewster, and engineer.

Daywind Records’ artist, Aaron and Amanda Crabb, were recently at Nashville's Sound Shop recording a brand new album. The album is being produced by Michael Sykes and can be expected to hit stores this spring. Pictured (L-R): Michael Turner, Gary Prim, Amanda Crabb, Aaron Crabb, Michael Sykes, Norman Holland, John Willis, Jeff King, Steve Brewster, and engineer.

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