Singers, songwriters and entrepreneurs Erin Enderlin and Alex Kline have formed Cotton Gin Productions, a full-service music production company based in Nashville. The company’s first signing is artist and songwriter Scott Stevens from Knoxville, Tenn.
“Music has always been my passion,” said Enderlin. “Cotton Gin Productions is an avenue for me to support and develop artists that inspire me. I’m so proud to be working with a killer talent like Alex. Her creativity and work ethic consistently up the bar for me, and I can’t wait for us to introduce Scott Stevens to the world!”
Stevens first picked up a guitar at age 16. Two years later, he had a songwriting competition win and numerous local shows under his belt. Stevens began performing shows around the country, and his high-energy stage concerts caught the attention of Enderlin and Kline.
“Scott’s the whole package,” said Kline. “He’s a killer writer, guitar player and singer with that ‘it’ charisma really pulls you in instantly. He’s got the swagger of a modern day Conway Twitty, the energy of Bruce Springsteen and songs that are made to be cranked through car speakers with the windows down.”
Four of his songs have been used on the ABC TV show General Hospital, and some of his instrumental compositions can be heard on HGTV. SESAC writer Stevens has been in the studio with Enderlin and Kline writing and working on his upcoming project.
Enderlin’s songs have been recorded by Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack, and others. Enderlin penned Jackson’s 2004 single, “Monday Morning Church,” as well as Womack’s “Last Call.”
As part of the Lunabelles, Kline released the single “A Place To Shine,” and her song “Hit ‘N Run” was released in Canada by Jess Moskaluke.
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