Riley Weston has worked as an actress and writer on many television shows and feature films. She is now living in Nashville, focusing on her country music career. Her first single, If I Said Howdy To You is now getting attention from radio stations around the country. She has starred in the hit TV movie, What About Your Friends, written for the WB television drama, Felicity as well as starred as Story Zimmer in the critically acclaimed episode, Drawing the Line. She quickly grabbed the attention of Touchstone Pictures and Television brass who signed Riley to an acting and writing development deal. Riley followed her deal with writing the feature film, Damaged for Artisan Entertainment. She then wrote and starred in the highly rated ABC television movie, Christmas at Water’s Edge. She has received three awards for her debut novel, before i go: an IPPY Award for Story Teller of the Year, the Grand Prize at The New York Book Festival as well as the top honor as Best Fiction. And lastly, Riley received a Book Sense Pick Award. Riley is now meeting with investors to film the movie version of before i go, based on a script she wrote. Her goal is to shoot the movie in Tennessee. Also on her list are a few more shows for Hallmark! She is writing furiously now, all the while writing songs, and training for an Olympic ice skater for her movie in her spare time. Riley is busy in Nashville co-writing with amazing songwriters and recording her original music.
Steve Dean has written six #1 hits including Song of the Year- “Watching You” for Rodney Atkins, “Round About Way” for George Strait, “Walk On” for Reba McEntire, “Southern Star” for Alabama, “It Takes A Little Rain” for The Oak Ridge Boys and “Hearts Aren’t Made To Break” for Lee Greenwood.
Leslie Satcher is a fifth generation Texan. The daughter of a strong hearted single mother and grand daughter of cotton sharecroppers and pioneers, she is no stranger to hard work and perseverance. Born where the Chisolm Trail and the Red River cross, Leslie grew up singing in the churches and schools of Paris, Texas along side her baby sister Jeannie Winn. In 1989, during a short trip to Nashville, a friend prompted Leslie to record her voice over the tracks of country standards at The Barbara Mandrell Museum. That was all it took! Just four weeks later she was crossing her beloved Red River in a $1,000 Chevrolet dragging a U-Haul trailer with an ironing board strapped to the back. If her story sounds like the beginning of a country song, it was. After several “day jobs” in “Music City”, Leslie’s talent as a songwriter was recognized by a friend from church, Guy Penrod of the Gaither Vocal Band, who encouraged her to show her work to friends Larry Strickland and Naomi Judd. It was Naomi who helped her hone her skills into a more commercial form. Today Leslie is known for her hauntingly beautiful voice along with her talent as a hit songwriter. “When God Fearing Women Get the Blues,” recorded by Martina McBride, “Troubadour,” recorded by George Strait (the title track off of his 2008 CMA Album of the Year) and Kelly Pickler’s most recent single “Tough” are just a few of the songs she has written. Artists such as Randy Travis, Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, George Jones, Gretchen Wilson, Trisha Yearwood, Patty Loveless, Vince Gill, along dozens more have recorded her songs.
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