Brandie Spradley is a Mississippi Girl…born and raised, but loves it here in Nashville. She can’t remember a time when she didn’t love music or the way it made her feel. Brandie loves all music…opera, classical, rock, jazz, country, heavy metal…you name it! She explains, “I have been very blessed to be able to have had the experiences I’ve had because of music…whether it was opening for Earth, Wind & Fire, playing for the World Series, or going into labor on stage in front of a few thousand people in the middle of performing Rocky Top. That definitely made for an interesting night!” Brandie has sung in bands since she was 16, and now continues to express herself through music, whether she is singing in the recording studio for songwriters, or songwriting herself.
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer, bassist, engineer, producer, Chip Martin wears many hats well. He formed his first band at the age of 12 and has been on stage ever since playing in rock and country-rock groups from Maine to Miami. In the late 70’s, Chip turned his talents toward songwriting, and to date has over 200 songs in his catalog. He has an RIAA certified gold record for his song “Forget About Love” recorded by country star Mark Wills, has a song that is the title track (“Love Me or Leave Me Alone”) on Randy Meisner’s (formerly of The Eagles) latest CD, a tune placed on Billy Paul’s record “Wide Open” (of “Me and Mrs. Jones” fame), and a cut by Grand Ole Opry star Billy Dean. The latest news for Chip is he co-wrote the upcoming single for The Little River Band’s CD. Chip is currently working with Kyle Lehning, producer of Randy Travis, Bryan White, Restless Heart, and many more, on a co-venture producing up-and-coming artists in Nashville. Chip is a voting member and has served on the Board of Governors of NARAS (the Grammy Organization), is active in the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), and is on the Board of Advisors for the Ga. Music Industry Assn.
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